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Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon Collection

Guides to Special Collections in the Music Division
Library of Congress, Washington DC,  1996


Contents

  • Introduction
  • Biographical Sketch
  • Related Publications
  • Scope and Content Note
  • Container List:
    Individual Production, Project, and Performance Files:
    • ACTOR'S CHOICE; ROUND THE WONDROUS [Television] (Verdon)
    • ALICE [Stage] (Verdon)
    • ALIVE AND KICKING [Stage] (Verdon)
    • ALL THAT JAZZ [Film] (Fosse)
    • BELLS ARE RINGING [Stage] (Fosse)
    • BIG DEAL [Stage] (Fosse)
    • BURNT OFFERINGS [Film] (Fosse)
    • CABARET [Film] (Fosse)
    • CALL ME MISTER [Stage] (Fosse)
    • CAN-CAN [Stage] (Verdon)
    • CHICAGO [Stage] (Fosse and Verdon)
    • CHILDREN! CHILDREN! [Stage] (Verdon)
    • COCOON [AND COCOON: THE RETURN] [Film] (Verdon)
    • THE CONQUERING HERO [Stage] (Fosse)
    • THE COTTON CLUB [Film] (Verdon)
    • DAMN YANKEES [Stage] (Fosse and Verdon)
    • DAMN YANKEES [Film] (Fosse and Verdon)
    • DANCE ME A SONG [Stage] (Fosse)
    • DANCIN' [Stage] (Fosse)
    • THE DANNY KAYE SHOW [Television] (Verdon)
    • THE DINAH SHORE SHOW [Television] (Verdon)
    • ENDINGS (Fosse)
    • FUNNY GIRL (Fosse)
    • THE GARRY MOORE SHOW (Fosse and Verdon)
    • THE GIRL I LEFT HOME FOR (Verdon)
    • HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING [Stage] (Fosse)
    • KISS ME KATE [Film] (Fosse)
    • LEGS [Stage] (Verdon)
    • LENNY [Film] (Fosse)
    • LITTLE ME [Stage] (Fosse)
    • THE LITTLE PRINCE [Film] (Fosse)
    • LIZA WITH A Z [Television] (Fosse)
    • LOVE LETTERS [Stage] (Verdon)
    • THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT [Stage] (Fosse)
    • MAGNUM, P.I. [Television] (Verdon)
    • MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER [Film] (Verdon)
    • MY SISTER EILEEN [Stage] (Fosse)
    • NEW GIRL IN TOWN [Stage] (Fosse and Verdon)
    • ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER [Stage] (Fosse)
    • ONCE UPON AN EASTERTIME [Television] (Verdon)
    • THE PAJAMA GAME [Stage and Film] (Fosse)
    • PAL JOEY [Various Productions] (Fosse)
    • LE PETIT CAFE [Stage] (Fosse)
    • PIPPIN [Stage] (Fosse)
    • PLEASURES AND PALACES [Stage] (Fosse)
    • THE RED MILL [Stage] (Verdon)
    • REDHEAD [Stage] (Fosse and Verdon)
    • THE SEASONS OF YOUTH [Television] (Fosse)
    • STAR 80 [Film] (Fosse)
    • STEAM HEAT [DANCE IN AMERICA: "Bob Fosse: STEAM HEAT"] [Television]
    • SWEET CHARITY [Stage] (Fosse and Verdon)
    • SWEET CHARITY [Film] (Fosse)
    • SWEET CHARITY [Revivals]
    • THAT'S DANCING! [Film] (Fosse)
    • THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT, PART II [Television] (Fosse)
    • THIEVES [Stage and Film] (Fosse)
    • VERNA [Stage] (Verdon)
    • WALKING HAPPY [Stage] (Fosse)
  • Fosse: Personal Papers and Career Miscellany
  • Verdon: Career Miscellany
  • Scrapbooks (Fosse and Verdon)
  • Photographs
  • Audiovisual Material
  • Oversized Materials
  • Scripts
  • Playbills and Programs
  • Magazines


The Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon Collection was acquired by the Library of Congress in 1992 through a gift made by Gwen Verdon. The Collection consists of production, project and performance materials, including scripts and set designs; business and personal papers and correspondence; songbooks, printed music scores and choreographic notes; photographs, posters and scrapbooks; and audiovisual materials. While the print materials are held by the Music Division, the Collection's audio-visual materials are housed in the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS). Prior to the gift, and since the death of Bob Fosse in 1987, Gwen Verdon served as the custodian of the Collection.

Certain restrictions as to the use or copying of the materials in this collection may apply. Consult a Reference Librarian in the Music Division for further information.

Approximate number of items: 54,840
Linear feet of shelf space occupied: 133 feet
Number of containers: 114


Biographical Sketch

Born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1927, Bob Fosse is known as one of musical theater's greatest choreographers and directors. After appearing as a dancer in such films as "Give A Girl A Break" and "Kiss Me Kate", both 1953, Fosse established himself as a choreographer in his first two Broadway shows, "The Pajama Game" (1954) and "Damn Yankees" (1955). His choreography includes such other classics as "New Girl in Town" (1957), "Redhead" (1959), "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" (1960), "Chicago" (1975), and "Dancin'" (1977). Films directed and choreographed by Fosse include "Sweet Charity" (1966), "Pippin" (1972), "Cabaret" (1973) and "All That Jazz" (1979), a semi-autobiographical effort. Fosse appeared in and choreographed the film "The Little Prince" (1974). He also directed the films "Lenny" (1974) and "Star 80" (1983). In 1986, he directed and choreographed Big Deal, a Broadway production which he also wrote.

Fosse's work earned him many awards including a Tony for "Pippin", an Oscar for "Cabaret" and an Emmy for "Liza with a Z", all in the same year, making him the first person ever to win the "triple crown" of the performing arts. He also captured the Tony Award for "Pajama Game", "Damn Yankees", "Redhead", "Little Me", "Sweet Charity", and "Dancin"', and won three Emmy Awards for his television special, "Liza with a Z". Other awards include a Drama Desk award for "Pippin" and a Donaldson Award for "Pajama Game".

Gwen Verdon, born in Los Angeles, California, in 1925, began her career as a dancer and continued to play roles throughout her career that employed her extraordinary dancing talents. She made her Broadway debut in "Alive and Kicking" in 1950, and is best known for her work in the Broadway productions of "Can-Can" (1953), "Damn Yankees" (1955), "New Girl in Town" (1957), "Redhead" (1959), "Sweet Charity" (1966) and "Chicago" (1975). Film appearances have included "On the Riviera" (1951), "Meet Me After the Show" (1951), "David and Bathsheba" (1952), "Mississippi Gambler" (1953), "Damn Yankees" (1958), "Cocoon I" (1986), "Cotton Club" (1984), and "Cocoon II" (1988).

Verdon has appeared in numerous television shows including "M*A*S*H", "Dear John", "Webster", and "Magnum PI", where she earned an Emmy award nomination. She was also a guest of the People's Republic of China, where she taught theater dance to the Beijing Ballet Company, and has worked as a consultant for revivals of several Fosse/Verdon shows.

Verdon is the recipient of many awards for her work. Her performances in "Can-Can", "Damn Yankees", "New Girl in Town", and "Redhead" all earned her Tony Awards.

Fosse and Verdon were married in 1960 and had one daughter, Nicole Fosse, also a professional dancer who appeared on Broadway in "Phantom of the Opera". Although separated, Fosse and Verdon remained close friends and collaborators until his death on the opening night of a revival of "Sweet Charity" at the National Theater in Washington, DC, in 1987.


Related Publications

Chandler, James Winston.  "The Function of the Choreographer in the
     Development of the Conceptual Musical:  An Examination of the
     Work of Jerome Robbins, Bob Fosse, and Michael Bennett on
     Broadway Between 1944 and 1981".  Ann Arbor, MI:  UMI
     Dissertation Services, 1993.

Gargaro, Kenneth Vance.  "The Work of Bob Fosse and the
     Choreographer-directors in the Translation of Musicals to the
     Screen".  Ann Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms International.
     1980.

Gottfried, Martin.  "All His Jazz:  The Life and Death of Bob
     Fosse".  New York:  Bantam Books.  1990.

Grubb, Kevin Boyd.  "Razzle Dazzle:  The Life and Work of Bob
     Fosse".  New York:  St. Martin's Press.  1989.

Martin, Cheryl Annette.  "Man on a Tightrope:  The Dark Vision of
     Bob Fosse."  Master's thesis, University of Southern
     California, 1985.

Prince, Harold.  "Contradictions:  Notes on Twenty-six Years in the
     Theatre".  New York:  Dodd, Mead.  1974.

Sloan, Ronna Elaine.  "Bob Fosse:  An Analytic-critical Study". 
     Ann Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms International.  1983


Scope and Content Note

The Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon Collection is an extensive collection of multi-format materials documenting the professional lives of two of America's most notable artists of the twentieth century. The collection spans both careers from their early appearances and projects through Fosse's last work.

The collection consists of: production or project files; Fosse's personal and professional papers and general files, correspondence, appointment books, calendars and daily notes; career miscellany of Gwen Verdon; documentation of awards given to both Fosse and Verdon; scrapbooks belonging to Fosse and Verdon; photographs and slides; audio and visual recordings; and other miscellaneous materials. Please note: the Contents list is not an index. When searching the paper finding aid, all sections should be scanned by title. When using the electronic version of the finding aid, search by title throughout the entire document to locate all materials related to that title.

The production and project files include music materials, correspondence, scripts, production materials, casting files, contracts, press reviews, newspaper clippings, programs, and other documentation. Arrangement is alphabetical by production name. Posters, handbills, artwork, printed music and music manuscripts, research materials, and selected large format photos are cross- referenced with the individual production files. Smaller format photos are arranged separately by title or topic. Though the production files are marked as either "Fosse" or "Verdon" only to identify the primary focus or credit; this does not preclude the involvement of both parties in a production or project. There are other titles listed in the career miscellany section and elsewhere that are not included in the project files.

Fosse's personal papers and career miscellany include files on Fosse's family and early life, his career as a serviceman in the United States Navy, obituaries, personal tributes to Fosse, publicity information, and Fosse's own writings. The general files include miscellaneous contracts and project files, as well as general office files. General correspondence related to Bob Fosse consists of drafts and copies of letters from Fosse, dating from 1960 to 1987, which are arranged chronologically. Related materials include Fosse's appointment books and calendars, and daily notes which consist mainly of phone lists and daily calendar information.

Material in the collection, aside from that which is found in the production files, pertaining specifically to Gwen Verdon is located in the Verdon: Career Miscellany series. Included are awards, documentation of public appearances and benefits pertaining to Fosse and Verdon, publicity materials, and other miscellaneous items.

Scrapbooks belonging to both Fosse and Verdon which document their respective careers contain clippings, photographs and memorabilia, and are in very fragile condition.

The series of photographic material consists of professional and personal images of Fosse and Verdon in the form of photographs, negatives, and slides. These items are listed within the series but are not cross-referenced in the production files to which they are related, or anywhere else within the finding aid. The audiovisual materials in the Collection include record albums, audio recording tapes, audio disc recordings, audio cassette tapes, compact discs, videocassettes and films. There are also WNET/13 film and videotape materials compiled during the production of a documentary on Bob Fosse, and related WNET research which includes press books and photos. These photos are not cross- referenced with the Photos files. All audiovisual materials are located in the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS) of the Library of Congress and are subject to that Division's policies for use and reproduction.

Oversized materials include posters, handbills, music sheets, photographs, art, set designs, costume sketches, and large format magazines and newspaper clippings. Materials pertaining to a specific show, or those which directly relate to either Fosse or Verdon are cross-referenced in the production files or the personal files.

The Miscellaneous materials consist of a variety of scripts, playbills and programs; miscellaneous magazines, and a various books not related to Fosse or Verdon productions. These are not cross-referenced within the individual production files.

Binders, covers, frames and other supports have been removed from most items because of their condition. Any identification they contained has been noted. Certain items of historical significance, such as Fosse's "Cabaret" script have been kept intact. Most covers have been stored separately at the end of the box numbered series (example: Box 1D, "All That Jazz" script covers). Please note: wherever possible, the original order of the materials has been maintained.

Mary E. Edsall, Dance Archivist
March 1996


Container List

      Individual Production, Project, and Performance Files

          ACTOR'S CHOICE: 'ROUND THE WONDROUS (Verdon)

Box 43A   SCRIPT
                    
               "The Writings of Lewis Carroll," by David Novak;
               read for WNDT/CH.13; reading script only; 61 pp.


                         ALICE (Verdon)

Box 43A   PREMIERE

               Souvenir program; invitation

          NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS


                   ALIVE AND KICKING (Verdon)

Box 43A   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 43A   PROGRAM

               Playbill, Hershey Theatre, 1950

Box 43A   MISCELLANEOUS

               Playbill ad; 1 p. lyrics; ticket order blank


                      ALL THAT JAZZ (Fosse)
                      (FOSSE EDITING FILES)

[All the following files marked "Editing notes" contain handwritten
notes by Bob Fosse (and possibly assistants) on the editing of
particular scenes]

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Katie/Joe Bedroom, Sc. 38+"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Dan demonstrates song, Sc. 33"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Take Off (after "number")"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Victoria: breakdown, Sc. 42"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Rehearsal III, Joe walks out; Sc. 44A"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Roy/Leland/Tony, Sc. 45"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Take off, part I, Sc. 52"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Take off, transition from parts 1-2, Sc. 52"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Bob's notes for scene 52"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "1st rehearsal into menage"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Flashback, nightclub, Sc. 22+"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Any Seat rehearsal, Sc. 36AA"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Joe's apt. (Debbie), Sc. 13/15/17"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Will reading; Sc. 128"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Projection Room, Sc. 12"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Audition: lineup, producers, Murray,
          Joe/Audrey/Michelle; Producers/Audrey, Joe/Audrey, Sc.
          4/5/7/8/9/ (sic)"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "First cutting room, Sc. 11"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Audition, Sc. 4"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Morning wakeup"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Limbo, NOT USED"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Leslie Perry Review, Sc. 122"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Lead In: Everything Old is New Again"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Everything Old is New Again, Sc. 59"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "2nd O'Conner Flood, Sc. 129"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Corridor, surgery team & Audrey/Katie, Sc. 130"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Insurance/surgery, Sc. 134-141B"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Hospital hallucination number, Sc. 143" (including lyric
          sheet with light cues)

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Fiorello's Restaurant, Sc. 145"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Heart attack after operation, Sc. 150/151/152"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Old lady dying, Sc. 168"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Bye Bye Life, Sc. 173"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Michelle scene (Joe in BA)"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Limbo - doctors, Sc. 127"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Corridor: Ann/Max/Rackmil, angiogram, Sc. 125/126"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Limbo: some people collect stamps, Sc. 82"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Lighting stage (Bill/John/Jules), Sc. 82"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Intercuts: Broadway Arts & hospital, Sc. 64-81"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Examining room, Sc. 63"

Box 3D    Editing notes:
          "Book reading - cabs, 1st hospital"



                          ALL THAT JAZZ
                         (CASTING FILES)

[NOTE: the casting files contain photo/resumes, letters from
applicants and agents, and occasional notes on applicants]

Box 4A    CASTING: General

Box 4A    CASTING: General

Box 4B    CASTING: General

Box 4B    CASTING: General

Box 4D    CASTING: General, "rejects"

Box 4D    CASTING: General, "rejects"

Box 4E    CASTING: General

Box 4C    CASTING: "Women"

Box 4C    CASTING: "Women"

Box 4C    CASTING: "Women"

Box 4E    CASTING: General

Box 4E    CASTING: General

Box 4E    CASTING: General

Box 5A    CASTING: "Strippers"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Young girls"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Old women"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Cafeteria people"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Dancers, Take Off with Us"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Character women, nurses, 25-35"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Jonathan"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Character women, nurses, 18-25"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Character women over 35"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Character men, 20-30"

Box 5A    CASTING: "Boys"

Box 5B    CASTING: "Men, 40-55"

Box 5B    CASTING: "People to see"

Box 5B    CASTING: "Men, 30-40"

Box 5B    CASTING: "Studs"

Box 5B    CASTING: Miscellaneous

               Also contains audition schedules, contact lists

Box 5B    CASTING: Fosse notes

               Grey clip folder marked "Casting - ATJ - Fosse;"
               audition schedules, notes, few photo/resumes,
               suggestions from agents, character lists with
               possible actors, extensive handwritten notes by Bob
               Fosse

Box 5C    CASTING: Fosse folder

               White clip folder, including cast list,
               photo/resumes,audition schedules and notes,
               calendar pages, cast deal memos, film storage
               inventory, set dressing inventory, casting notes,
               publicity for South America, contact sheets for
               cast and crew,shooting schedules, etc.

Box 5B    SELECTED CAST

               Resumes and photos, tagged with names, of those
               actors and actresses selected for film



                         ALL THAT JAZZ 
                         (GENERAL FILES)

Box 5C    DEAL MEMOS

               Cast deal memos, 1978; shooting schedule, #4

Box 5C    CONTACT SHEETS

               For ATJ AND DANCIN', staff, crew, locations

Box 5C    TITLES

               Including photos of graphics for "directed by BF"

Box 5C    PUBLICITY

               Cannes Film Festival statement; Columbia Pictures
               preliminary production information, including bios
               of Bob Fosse, motion picture stars, and crew;
               miscellaneous, e.g. air dates for Ann Reinking
               appearances

Box 6A    TECH CREW RESUMES

Box 5C    PRODUCTION MISCELLANEOUS

               Memos, miscellaneous invoices re: Fosse personal
               expenses; snapshot on set; 1976 Syosset Musical
               Workshop Tribute to Fosse; "Tommy McCarthy post-
               production schedule;" miscellaneous correspondence,
               Fosse and Michael Shurtleff, 1976; 2 interesting
               letters on casting leads between Shurtleff and
               Fosse, 1978; 3/11/77  2 pp. letter (notable), from
               Shurtleff to Bob Fosse, explaining the story of Joe
               Gideon from his perspective; Columbia Pictures
               correspondence re: marketing/publicity staff
               introductions; inventories pricing cameras,
               electrical supplies, Art Dept., wardrobe, etc.;
               Giuseppe Rotunno letter 1978 to Fosse

Box 5D    PRESS BOOK: Cannes

               Large press clippings book, French, re: Palm d'Or,
               Cannes

Box 5C    BRAZIL/ARGENTINA PUBLICITY TOUR

               Very miscellaneous notes

Box 6A    BUDGET

               Budget, undated, with ICM memo: "This is the one
               we're using"; preliminary budgets, 5/6/77 and
               5/9/77; delay cost estimates, 7/5/78 to 7/17/78

Box 5C    FILM STORAGE INVENTORY

Box 6A    FOREIGN

               Updates on foreign film results

Box 6A    MUSIC

               Music rights and costs, revised, 1979 by scene; Bob
               Fosse handwritten notes on music needed for film

Box 6A    POSSIBLE CREW

               Resumes for costume designers, PAs, asst.
               directors, etc.; staff and crew contact list

Box 6A    PRELIMINARY NOTES, FOSSE

               Fosse file, including scene list, locations/sets,
               script pages, quotes, possible dialogue, audition
               schedules and notes; 1976 miscellaneous notes, from
               friends and colleagues; extensive random notes,
               e.g.: "Notes on latter part of ATJ, 6/19/76; list
               of "possible events" in film; 1 script page,
               listing dances and timings

Box 6A    LEGAL/FINANCIAL

               Letters re: credits on paid ads, 1978;
               correspondence re: Richard Dreyfuss' breach of
               contract; question of Paramount payment, 1977;
               correspondence between DGA and Columbia Pictures on
               credits billing

Box 6B    MAGAZINE ARTICLES

               CUE, 2/1/80: "The Importance of Being Roy," by
               Cynthia Heimel; SCREEN, 5/17/80: "The Million
               Dollar Backlot," by Sue Emmett and "The Tireless
               Perfectionist," by David Aldredge, and "Cannes
               Festival" report; PEOPLE, 3/3/90: "After three
               coronaries and ical surgery, Bob Fosse puts his
               heart and soul into ALL THAT JAZZ," by Barbara
               Rowes; AFTER DARK, 2/80: "Fosse Reflects On Fosse,"
               by Kenneth L. Geist (2 copies); PLAYBOY, 9/80:
               "Interview: Roy Scheider"

Box 6B    MAGAZINE ARTICLES

               PLAYBOY, 3/80: "Movies;" AMERICAN FILM, 11/79:
               "Life as a Long Rehearsal," by Bernard Drew (3
               copies); LE NOUVEAU FILM FRANCAISE, 5/17/80: Cannes
               - ALL THAT JAZZ report

Box 6B    MAGAZINE ARTICLES

               LIFE, 11/79: "Fosse's Ego Trip," by Chris Chase;
               THE OBSERVER, 6/29/89: "Work, Women - and ALL THAT
               JAZZ," by Goodman/Bygrave

Box 6B    MAGAZINE ARTICLES

               SUNDAY TIMES (London), "I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man"
               (2 copies); NEWSWEEK, 12/24/79: "Dance of Death,"
               by Jack Kroll (2 copies); MD: "Films" review

Box 6B    PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 6B    PRESS REVIEWS

Box 6B    BRAZIL/ARGENTINA PRESS

Box 6C    NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 6C    FOSSE: DANCE/MUSIC NOTES, MISCELLANEOUS

               Few pages of notes (not Fosse) on ALL THAT JAZZ
               dance; couple song sheets, Bob Fosse lyrics and
               notes

Boxes 7C  MUSIC
     -7D
               "Emile Charlap" envelope marked: "Allan Heim,
               production parts, music" consisting of ozalid
               arrangements of music for the film by Ralph Burns. 
               Some loose music material

Box 85G   MISCELLANEOUS MUSIC

Box 6B    PUBLICITY MATERIALS

               Large format brochure: "For your consideration...
               Academy Awards".  One in color, one black and
               white; inserts for trade magazines

Item 97A  ALL THAT JAZZ POSTER

               33x48 black and white German poster


                     ALL THAT JAZZ - PHOTOS

Box 7A    PHOTOS

               Josh Weiner's ALL THAT JAZZ contact sheet

Box 86A   PHOTOS

               12x19 color photo, Ann Reinking alone; 16x19 color
               photo, Ann Reinking dancing (male dancer in
               background)

Box 85B   PHOTOS

               Several miscellaneous large format casting photos



                     ALL THAT JAZZ - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script. Covers have been removed
for preservation concerns.]

Box 1A    Screenplay, 8/3/76, green cover, blue dot

               133 pp.; with revisions; unmarked

Box 1A    Screenplay, 8/3/76, blue cover, blue dot

               Marked "1st draft, Bob Fosse's script;"  133 pp.;
               annotated

Box 1C    Screenplay, 8/3/76, gold cover, blue dot

               Marked "uncorrected 1st draft;" 133 pp. with
               revisions; unmarked

Box 1C    Screenplay, 8/3/76, brown cover

               Marked # 15, 133 pp. with revised pages; very few
               annotations

Box 1A    Screenplay, revised, 10/1/76

               126 pp.; unmarked

Box 1A    Screenplay, revised, 10/1/76

               Marked #5; 126 pp., unmarked; 1 page of notes

Box 1B    Screenplay, revised, 10/1/76, black vinyl cover

               126 pp.; few markings

Box 1B    Screenplay, revised, 10/1/76, black vinyl cover

               126 pp; unmarked

          15 DUPLICATES of above, all in black vinyl covers

Box 1B         Duplicates marked # 9 - 14

Box 1C         Duplicates marked #16 - 21

Box 2A         Duplicates marked #22 - 24

Box 2A    Screenplay, revised, 10/1/76

               Marked # 13; 126 pp; no annotations

Box 2A    Screenplay, revised, 10/1/76

               Marked # 13; 126 pp; several deletions

Box 2A    Screenplay, revised, 10/1/76, black vinyl cover

               126 pp.; few markings

Box 2A    Screenplay, revised, 4/14/77
               
               Marked # 11; 103 pp.; no annotation

Box 2A    Screenplay, revised, 4/14/77 
                    
               103 pp.; unmarked

Box 2B    Screenplay, revised, 4/14/77, green vinyl cover

               103 pp.; unmarked

Box 2B    Screenplay, revised, 4/14/77, green vinyl cover

               103 pp.; unmarked

Box 2B    Screenplay, revised, 4/14/77, green vinyl cover

               103 pp.; unmarked

Box 2B    Screenplay, revised, 5/26/78

               Marked # 32; 130 pp. with revisions; no annotation

Box 2B    Screenplay, 6/26/78

               Marked "Vicki, extra copy;" revised pages,  131
               pp.; some annotation

Box 2B    Screenplay, 6/26/78, black vinyl cover

               revised pages, few annotations

Box 2D    Director's script, 3/9/79, black 3 ring binder

               Marked "ALL THAT JAZZ, 3/9/79, final lined script,
               Bob Fosse;" continuity script

Box 2C    Fosse script, 6/26/78

               Original folder marked "Fosse's script;" 128 pp.
               with revisions; heavily annotated; numerous loose
               pages and other paper: revised crew and staff
               lists, billing, "multiple camera days," script
               notes, dancer list, revised staff and crew, Joe
               Gideon character analysis by Paddy Chayevsky,
               hospital scenes, music list, scene's list, cast
               list. See box list for specific items.

Box 3A    Script, undated

               104 pp.; some annotation; staff and crew list
               4/28/78; revised pages up to 5/16/78

Box 3A    Script, undated

               124 pp.; unmarked

Box 3A    Script, undated
               
               124 pp,; annotated

Box 3B    Script, 2nd draft
               
               From file marked "2nd draft, Fosse;" Bob Fosse and
               other handwritten annotation: very extensive
               changes; 150 pp.

Box 3B    Fosse notebooks

               Green composition notebook marked "Firebird -Rock,
               ALL THAT JAZZ 1;" music and dance notes

               Black composition notebook, unmarked, only  1 page
               of notes and a couple clippings

Box 3B    "1st script meeting, Fosse - Aurthur (sic), 7/1/76"

               Typed notes from meeting; notes from Paddy
               Chayevsky, 6/1/76

Box 3B    Revised screenplay pages

               150 pp.; very miscellaneous annotated drafts and
               revisions

Box 3B    "Script pages that have been retyped"

               Old script pages, heavily annotated, some
               handwritten notes

Box 3C    Script draft

               Handwritten

Box 3C    Script draft

               Mainly handwritten

Box 3C    Script draft

               Mainly handwritten; note: 46-48 seems to be written
               by someone other than Bob Fosse

Box 3C    "Script pages that have been retyped"

               Annotated

Box 3C    "Script, old pages, first draft"

               Few annotations

Box 3C    "Script, Bob Aurthur's old pages"

               Annotated

Box 3C    Revised script, 4/14/77

               Marked #4; 103 pp.; no annotation



                    BELLS ARE RINGING (Fosse)

Box 43A   PROGRAM

               Shubert Theatre, July 1957

Box 43A   LEGAL: CONTRACTS

               8/2/56 Fosse agreement with Comden, Green, Styne
               (original and photocopy); Bob Fosse and Theatre
               Guild, choreography agreement; 10/27/56 Jerome
               Robbins and Bob Fosse, for choreographic
               collaboration; Tams-Witmark Music Library, 8/23/57;
               7/15/57 British rights and royalties; 2/16/59, LA
               Civic Light Opera, play rights and interests;
               several letters regarding percentages and
               miscellaneous



                        BIG DEAL (Fosse) 

Box 8D    PLAYBILLS

               May 1986, Broadway Theatre (20 copies)

Box 8D    PLAYBILLS

               May 1986, Broadway Theatre (20 copies)

Box 8D    PLAYBILLS, assorted

          April 1986, Broadway Theatre (2 copies);June 1986,
          Broadway Theatre; Feb. 1986, Shubert Theatre (3 copies);
          March 1986, Shubert Theatre; PANORAMA (Boston weekly
          guide) 2/10-23/86 (2 copies); Playbill, Jack Lawrence
          Theatre, 4/86 (article on BIG DEAL)

Box 8C    MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               DANCE MAGAZINE, 7/86: "Fosse's Follies" by Kevin
               Grubb; NEW YORK Magazine, 4/7/86: "Bob Fosse's New
               BIG DEAL," by Kevin Kelly (3 copies); NEWSWEEK,
               4/21/86: "Broadway Boogie Woogie," by Jack Kroll

Box 8C    MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               TIME, 4/21/86: "Slick, Sassy, Borrowed and Blue,"
               by Wm. A. Henry III; VANITY FAIR, 4/86: "Glossy
               Fosse," by Sylviane Gold; DANCE MAGAZINE, 8/86:
               "Fosse and His Followers," by Kevin Grubb

Box 8A    TECH NOTES, Shubert, Boston

               All from March, with Bob Fosse notes

Box 8A    TECH NOTES, Shubert, Boston

               February and March, with Bob Fosse notes

Box 8A    TECH NOTES, Broadway

               April, some Bob Fosse notes

Box 8A    TECH NOTES, Miscellaneous

Box 8A    TECH NOTES, Miscellaneous

Box 8A    TECH NOTES, Miscellaneous

Box 8B    STAGE MANAGERS REPORTS

               1986, very few

Box 8B    BIG DEAL FILM SHOOT

               Film shooting schedule, 1985; script pages for
               scene to be shot

Box 8B    BIG DEAL RUNNING ORDER 

               Running order, 1/20/86 (2 copies); annotated by Bob
               Fosse, and a story board

Box 8B    RESEARCH 

               News clippings, postcards, FDR Inaugural address,
               1933; list of 1930s movie titles

Box 8B    ACTOR'S EQUITY

               1985 correspondence re: guidelines and regulations

Box 8B    SCRIPT NOTES: Herb Gardner

               Herb Gardner's notes (and transcript) on script;
               also includes long memo from Bob Fosse's secretary,
               dated 4/7; company phone list; dressing room list

Box 8B    PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 8C    NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 8B    CORRESPONDENCE, 1983: BIG DEAL ON MADONNA STREET

               Italian film; correspondence re: rights acquisition
               for Big Deal on Madonna Street: involves Stuart
               Ostrow, Allen Deutsch, Bob Fosse, Giovanna Cau;
               correspondence re: Peter Allen on music/lyrics
               matters

Box 8B    APPLICANTS FOR BOOK AND MUSIC

               Applications, photo/resumes, correspondence

Box 8B    CORRESPONDENCE, personal

               Re: BIG DEAL: people's responses to show,
               telegrams, letters; opening night correspondence

Box 8B    CONTACT SHEETS

               For company

Box 9B    CASTING

               10/23/85 auditions with Howard Feuer at Minskoff:
               photo/resumes, memos, audition schedules, notes,
               contact sheets, recommendations, character
               assignments, etc.

Box 9B    CASTING

               Miscellaneous photo/resumes

Box 9B    CASTING: "Possible YES, "A" file rejects"

               Miscellaneous photo/resumes

Box 9B    CASTING: "Finals 11/22/85"

               Miscellaneous photo/resumes

Box 9B    CASTING: audition cards

Box 9B    CASTING: "Callbacks, Fri., 11/22/85"

               Audition cards, photo/resumes, schedules, contact
               sheets

Box 9B    CASTING: "Finals, "B" file photo/resumes"

Box 9B    CASTING: "Finals, "NO," photo/resumes"

Box 9B    CASTING

               General photo/resumes, letters

Box 9B    CASTING: "#3, women outs"

               Audition cards, Bob Fosse notes

Box 9B    CASTING: "Polaroids and "A" file photo/resumes"

Box 8B    PRODUCTION MISCELLANEOUS, including technical crew and
          cast

               Talent list for production budget; BIG DEAL reading
               cast list, 1981; casting correspondence with Howard
               Feuer; script assignments; film shoot/lyrics/dance
               notes; Herb Gardner's 2nd verse of WHO's YR. LITTLE
               WHOZIS?

Box 8B    PRODUCTION CORRESPONDENCE

               3/19/86 letter from Gerry Schoenfeld, Chairman of
               the Board, Shubert Organization, to Bob Fosse
               detailing their suggestions for changes, etc. in
               show, 3 pp.

Box 9A    LEGAL/FINANCIAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1969-86

               1968, financial and rights agreements with writers,
               producers, director, including Italian movie rights
               correspondence; correspondence re contracts: Bob
               Fosse - director/choreographer; copyright search
               report, correspondence with David Begelman and Sam
               Cohn; including some miscellaneous such as theatre
               charges, Bob Fosse

Box 9A    LEGAL: CONTRACTS (#1)

               Bob Fosse contracts and drafts: production contract
               with Shuberts; director services; choreography;
               Riff Productions (executive producer services);
               letter agreement; and explanatory letters between
               Bob Fosse and ICM

Box 9A    LEGAL: CONTRACTS (#2)

               Production contract with Shuberts (duplicate);
               memos re: Bob Fosse contracts; Dramatists Guild
               correspondence; various contract revisions;
               material on royalty participation; other
               correspondence on various payments and advances
               between Bob Fosse, ICM, et al

Box 8B    CORRESPONDENCE: PUBLICITY

               Correspondence with Bert Fink of Fred Nathan Public
               Relations, and Lee Gross, re: publicity schedules
               for BIG DEAL; some miscellaneous

Box 9A    "DAILY CUTS & CHANGES"

               February 14-21

Box 9A    SCRIPT REVISIONS

               Revised script pages with actor's assignments;
               extensive files

Box 9A    BOWS

Box 9A    CORRESPONDENCE: Pete Hamill

               Miscellaneous articles Hamill sent Bob Fosse for
               possible BIG DEAL use



                     BIG DEAL MUSIC RESEARCH

[All from box marked same; titles in quotes are from original
folders]

Box 12A   LYRICS" , green 3 ring binder

               Lyrics with some annotations

Box 12A   "SONG TITLES", blue 3 ring binder

               Song titles with notes; correspondence with ASCAP
               and ICM re: song rights; partial list of publishers

Box 12D   "SONG TITLES, 20's - 30's - 40's"

Box 12A   "BIG DEAL LYRICS"

               Some annotation; information on Minskoff Theatre
               rehearsal studios; description of main BIG DEAL
               characters and several script pages

Box 12A   "BIG DEAL SONGS"

               Lyrics, some annotation

Box 12B   "LYRIC SHEETS"

               Some annotation

Box 12B   MISCELLANEOUS SHEET MUSIC

               Words and music; 1 page of lyric notes

Box 12B   MISCELLANEOUS SHEET MUSIC

               Same as above

Box 12C   "SHEET MUSIC"

Box 12C   SONG TITLES

               Annotated; 1920-29; 1930-39

Box 12C   "TUNES" 

Box 12D   "TUNES" 

Box 12D   "TUNES" 

Box 12D   "TUNES" 

Box 12D   "LYRICS" 

Box 12D   "LYRICS"



                           SONG BOOKS

Box 12E   "70 Songs: 1920-40," Home Library Series

          "The Swing Era: World's Greatest Hits of the 20's & 30's"

          "STAR DUST and 40 Golden Era Hits"

          "Great Songs of the 30's"

          "First Time Ever: 650 Outstanding Songs"

          "The Golden Era of Nostalgia Music, Vol. 4"

          "Swing & the Big Band Era," Great Songs of the Century
          Series

          "Songs from the Golden Eras: 1930-49"

          "1001 Jumbo Song Book"



               BIG DEAL, MOUNTED PHOTOGRAPHS

[All shots of cast and scenes from production]

Box 96F   20x29, color, mounted on cardboard, man dancing with
          shadow of a dollar sign

Box 95A   29x64, color, mounted on cardboard

Box 95B   64x29, color, mounted on cardboard

Box 95C   64x29 color, mounted on cardboard

Box 96B   43x29 color, mounted on cardboard

Box 96C   43x29 color, mounted on cardboard

Box 96D   48x21 color, mounted on cardboard

Box 96E   48x31 color, mounted on cardboard



                       BIG DEAL, SET MODEL

Box 98    36" L x 25" H x 28"W, model of set



                       BIG DEAL - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script. Covers have been removed.]

Box 66A   Script, 1958 film, red cover

               Translated from Italian movie directed by         
               Mario Monicelli, unmarked

Box 66A   Script, early, red clip notebook

               Undated, early annotated draft

Box 66A   Script, 1st draft, 4/5/69

               Inside marked by Bob Fosse: "Before selection of
               composer; 111 pp.; annotated with revisions and
               deletions

Box 66A   Script, 1st draft, 7/1/69, black vinyl cover

               166 pp.; unmarked

Box 66A   Script, original

               Marked "original;" undated, 157 pp.; some
               annotations; cut-up, taped-up copy

Box 66A   Script, early pages

               50 pp. revised scenes; little annotation

Box 66A   Screenplay, 1st draft - old pages

               100 pp., miscellaneous; few annotations

Box 66A   Script notes and pages

               Several memos, Bob Fosse to David Picker, United
               Artists, discussing script revisions; reactions to
               readings of BIG DEAL (Robert Aurthur, David Shaw);
               Paddy Chayevsky's notes; Bob Fosse correspondence
               with Ray Stark; Bob Fosse handwritten notes

Box 66A   Script, early drafts

               Bob Fosse handwritten and typed notes, ideas,
               drafts, very miscellaneous; fragile

Box 66B   Script, 6/17/85

               Note on title page, "June 17, 1985, Prepared for a
               reading;" 137 pp., few revisions and deletions

Box 66B   Rehearsal script, 12/85, black vinyl cover

               133 pp.; unmarked

Box 66B   Rehearsal script, 12/85, black vinyl cover

               133 pp.; unmarked

Box 10A   Rehearsal script, 12/85, master

               This was marked, "Master rehearsal script,
               12/18/85, sent to Studio Duplicating Services;" few
               changes, deletions, additions; DRAFT; 137 pp.

Box 10A   Rehearsal script, 12/85, master

               Marked, "Master, 12/18/85, annotated; 137 pp.

Box 10B   Rehearsal script, 12/85, Bob Fosse master, black paper 3
          ring binder

               With contact sheet, set and costume diagrams, light
               cues, etc.; annotated by Bob Fosse; 132 pp. with
               revisions; dance notes ; marked "Bob Fosse"

Box 10B   Rehearsal script, 12/85, 3 ring black vinyl binder

               Marked "Cathy Nicholas" on title page; tabbed
               binder with calendar appointments, cues, contact
               sheets, running order, technical shift plot,
               production and rehearsal schedules, music, sound
               effects, props; annotations; Bob Fosse banking
               list; material on television commercial; tech
               notes, Bob Fosse program biography

Box 10A   Production script, 5/24/86

               Marked "Master/Final" on original cover; corrected
               copy, with dance diagrams; 133 pp.

Box 10B   Rehearsal script, Bob Fosse, black vinyl 3 ring binder

               Marked "B. Fosse, BIG DEAL old script; "extensively
               annotated version of 6/17/85 script; has alternate
               endings, calendar with Bob Fosse notes; photocopies
               of stage plan

Box 10B   Casting - sets, etc. notebook, Bob Fosse, blue vinyl 3
          ring binder
                    
               Marked "Bob Fosse, casting - sets - costumes -
               music - old pages - miscellaneous schedules - BIG
               DEAL; including contact sheets, photo/resumes,
               casting and audition information

Box 10B   Script, purple vinyl cover

               Early version of script; 89 pp.

Box 66B   Fosse notebook

               Composition book with a few pages of Bob Fosse
               handwritten notes

Box 66B   1st draft, working script

               Undated; 159 pp.; with list of possible numbers,
               main characters; annotated - primarily cuts and
               additions

Box 66B   1st draft, working script

               Same as above, though both seem to be originals

Box 66B   First draft 7/1/69

               126 pp.; some annotation

Box 66B   Script - Reading

               Marked same; 157 pp.; annotated; includes list of
               actors and notes on roles to be read for

Box 66B   Script changes

               Marked same; legal pad pages, paste ups and
               handwritten pages; this is a partial script draft
               in longhand

Box 66C   Working Manuscript (1 of 2)

               Marked same; extensively revised pages, annotated,
               numerous handwritten draft pages

Box 66C   Working Manuscript (2 of 2)

               Same as above

Box 11B   Fosse Notebook - "Ideas - Notes" 

               Marked same on cover; Mead composition notebook;
               script and dance notes, etc., handwritten, not
               extensive

Box 11B   Fosse Notebook - "BIG DEAL - Act I"

               Mead composition notebook, tabbed with song titles;
               dance and music notes for several songs

Box 11B   Fosse Notebook - "BIG DEAL - ACT II"

               Mead composition notebook, tabbed with song titles;
               dance and music notes for several songs

Box 11A   Rehearsal script, 12/85, black vinyl cover

               133 pp.; unmarked

Box 11A   1st draft screenplay, 7/1/69, black vinyl cover

               166 pp.; very few deletions

Box 11A   1st draft screenplay, 7/1/69, black vinyl cover

               166 pp.; annotated, mainly 1st act

Box 11C   Combined stage reading and screenplay, black clip binder

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 11C   Combined stage reading and screenplay, gold ICM paper
          cover

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 11C   Combined stage reading and screenplay, gold ICM paper
          cover

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 11C   Combined stage reading and screenplay, gold ICM paper
          cover

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 11C   Combined stage reading and screenplay, gold ICM paper
          cover

               118 pp.; annotated

Box 11C   Combined stage reading and screenplay, gold ICM paper
          cover

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 11C   Combined stage reading and screenplay, gold ICM cover

               Title page marked: "June 17, 1985, prepared for a
               reading;" 137 pp.; some highlighted dialogue

Box 11C   Script, "screen-stage combo", blue vinyl 3 ring binder

               Marked same on cover; 157 pp.; very marked up;
               undated

Box 11C   Script, black 3 ring binder

               Undated; 137 pp.; including "musical program"
               sheets, musical breakdown by character; very few
               notes, some revised pages.

Box 11A   SIDES, red 3 ring binder

               Marked same; contains tabbed script pages for
               various characters

Box 11A   SIDES/LYRICS, green 3 ring binder

               Marked SIDES on cover and LYRICS on spine; contains
               script pages with music/sound effect notes

Box 10A   REVISED SCRIPT PAGES

               Revised script pages, by scene



                     BURNT OFFERINGS (Fosse)

Box 13C   CASTING

               Photo/resumes; agency client lists

Box 13C   CASTING

               Photo/resumes; agency client lists

Box 13C   CORRESPONDENCE

               Bob Fosse handwritten drafts; miscellaneous
               correspondence re: acquiring a house for the set;
               memo to Larry Turman re: Barbara Streisand casting;
               various memos, letters, progress reports, casting
               suggestions, script discussions between Bob Fosse
               and Turman of 20th Century-Fox, 1970's

Box 14D   BUDGET

               Production budget, 1970

Box 14D   FINANCIAL: Fosse personal

               Bob Fosse's CA travel expenses: hotel, airfare,
               personal miscellaneous; few notes on BURNT
               OFFERINGS' costs

Box 14D   CASTING, including memos (1 of 2)

               Photo/resumes and correspondence from prospective
               actors and agents; Turman and Andrea Brandt memos
               on casting; Bob Fosse notes on readings; interview
               schedules with notes; lists of candidates and
               possibilities; extensive

Box 14D   CASTING, including memos (2 of 2)

               Continuation of above file

Box 14D   MISCELLANEOUS

               Several Bob Fosse handwritten notes on costs,
               locations, etc.; address list



                    BURNT OFFERINGS - SCRIPTS

Box 13A   Screenplay, revised, orange paper cover
                    
               117 pp.; unmarked

Box 13A   Screenplay, revised, orange paper cover

               117 pp.; unmarked

Box 13A   Screenplay, revised, orange paper cover

               117 pp.; unmarked

Box 13A   Screenplay, revised, orange paper cover

               117 pp.; unmarked; has "sex operation" written in
               pencil on title page

Box 13A   Screenplay, revised, orange paper cover

               115 pp.

Box 13A   Screenplay, revised

               Marked "Turman Notes" on cover; 117 pp.; annotation
               by Lawrence Turman

Box 13A   Screenplay, revised, yellow CMA paper cover

               105 pp.; few annotations

Box 13B   Screenplay, revised, brown spring binder

               117 pp.; unmarked

Box 13B   Screenplay

               "BURNT OFFERINGS or How I Spent Our Summer;" "CBS
               comments," 5/6/70, 3 pp. in front; 133 pp.; heavily
               annotated, plus characters, possible cuts, notes on
               art and set directors, and "movies to see"

Box 13A   Screenplay, black paper cover

               "BURNT OFFERINGS or How I Spent Our Summer;" 133
               pp.; unmarked

Box 13B   Screenplay, "rewrite", black spring binder

               Cover marked "rewrite"; shooting script;      109
               pp.;annotated

Box 13B   Script pages

               Annotated, cuts and dialogue changes; 35 pp.

Box 13B   Script revisions, 5/12/70

Box 13B   Script revisions, 5/12/70  

               duplicate

Box 13B   Script revisions, 5/12/70  

               duplicate

Box 13B   Script revisions, 5/12/70

               duplicate

Box 13B   "Script rewrites, 9-10/70"

               20 pp.; few markings; letter from Robert Marasco,
               11/20/70 re: script changes

Box 14D   Fosse script notes

               20 pp. handwritten; 1 p. typed Paddy Chayevsky
               notes; 20th Century-Fox outline notes, 1969



                         CABARET (Fosse)

Box 16E   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               NEW YORK, Feb. 21, 1972: "Best of Both Worlds," by
               Judith Crist; L'UOMO VOGUE, June/July 1973: "Dal
               Teatro al CABARET," "Il Volo Di Michael York," and
               "Bob Fosse;"  AFTER DARK, Feb. 1972: "Maybe This
               Time - a photo preview of CABARET," by Neil
               Applebaum; CHAPLIN 116, No.5 1972: "CABARET," by
               Torsten Manns

Box 16E   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               TIME, Feb. 28, 1972: "Liza - Fire, Air and a Touch
               of Anguish," by Gerald Clarke (4 copies)

Box 16E   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               NEWSWEEK, Feb. 28, 1972: "Liza Minnelli: A Star Is
               Born," by S. K. Oberbeck (2 copies); TIME, April 9,
               1973: " Hollywood's Revenge" (on CABARET Oscars);
               LIFE, Feb. 4, 1972: "Liza" (2 copies)

Box 16F   PRESS REVIEWS

               Including radio and television transcripts,
               magazine clips and photocopies of newspaper
               clippings, etc.

Box 16F   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 16A   UNIT LISTS

Box 16A   LOCATION MEMOS, 1971

               Location and set research

Box 16B   CY FEUER

               Correspondence from envelope marked "Cy Feuer,"
               containing Bob Fosse's insurance application, Bob
               Fosse hand-written notes and letter to Martin re:
               production problems (pertaining to overheard Feuer
               phone call); Cy Feuer correspondence, 1970-71, re:
               script and score

Box 16B   CASTING: Dancers, Germany

               Audition schedules, memos, notes, lists of dancers

Box 16A   COSTUMES

               Costume/character/production number lists, 1971;
               wardrobe memos

Box 16D   LYRICS

               Shooting and editing notes, and timing for these
               lyrics, extensively annotated; "Cabaret," "Mein
               Herr"

Box 16D   LYRICS

               Editing and shooting notes, "Maybe This Time," and
               "Two Ladies"

Box 16D   LYRICS
               Lyric sheets, music notes, "Wilkommen," and
               "Wilkommen Finale"

Box 16D   LYRICS

               Music notes, editing notes, "Tomorrow Belongs to
               Me"

Box 16D   LYRICS

               Music notes, choreography notes, "If You Could See
               Her Now," and "Money"

Box 16B   SET DESIGNS

               Set plot and memos, plus blueprint designs for
               various sets

Box 16B   PREVIEW CARDS

               For 1972 Los Angeles and Anaheim previews

Box 16A   RESEARCH, GERMANY

               Postcards and photos for location, set and costume
               research: Munich, Berlin, Hamburg

Box 16B   CONTRACTS

               Bob Fosse contract, 1970, and correspondence;
               handwritten notes by Bob Fosse

Box 16B   BUDGETS

               German budgets, including formal 1970 complete
               budget; CABARET costume count; ABC
               interdepartmental memos, 1971 re: production
               representatives and budget, associate producer
               assignments; employment letter, unit publicist,
               budget and shooting schedule for period vehicles;
               memos on added costs, sets, mechanicals

Box 16A   MEMORANDA, German Office

               1971, miscellaneous informational office memos, re:
               rehearsal rooms, expenses, staff/crew hiring;
               preproduction research on photos and films;
               information on dancers; cast and crew flight
               schedules, etc.

Box 16B   SHOOTING SCHEDULES

               Breakdown sheets, based on 10/22/70 script

Box 16C   CASTING

               Memos, resumes, letters, photos

Box 16D   SONGS AND NOTES

               From file marked "Songs," annotated, revised lyric
               sheets; extensive Bob Fosse drafts of lyrics

Box 16B   FOSSE NOTES

               "CABARET Ideas" notebook, with handwritten notes,
               including cinematography and editing

Box 16B   PREMIERE PROGRAM

               Includes ad cut, and Spanish ad

Box 16B   FOREIGN STAGE PRODUCTIONS

               Programs: Theater An Der Wien, 1970-71; Det Danske
               Teater, 1969-70

Box 16B   FINANCIAL, Fosse personal expenses

               London, Germany bills and receipts for hotels,
               travel, meals, etc.; memos to Cy Feuer re: living
               expenses, etc.

Box 16B   CORRESPONDENCE, re: film crew and staff

               1970 memos, correspondence and resumes, re:
               cameramen, costume designers, director of
               photography, editors, and so on; includes Bob Fosse
               handwritten interview notes and Robert Surtees
               correspondence

Box 16B   CORRESPONDENCE, Fosse personal

               Miscellaneous memos, Bob Fosse notes;
               correspondence with Surtees, John Kobal on books,
               hiring, etc.; pamphlet of CABARET sketches "It had
               been a big pleasure to work for you... Ladies group
               sextette;" miscellaneous banking, etc.

Box 16B   LEGAL/FINANCIAL

               1973-83: legal correspondence and statements,
               including ABC's financial statements on CABARET;
               1971 Writers Guild correspondence re: credit
               arbitration; contractual payment schedules,
               residuals, etc.

Box 16A - 16B

          PRODUCTION MISCELLANEOUS

               German vocabulary list; fact sheet on Munich,
               flight schedules, Germany; hotel lists, contact
               sheets; ABC letter, 1971 on editing schedule; G.
               Unsworth, cameraman memo on filming concerns;
               period vehicle/location lists; cast start/finish
               schedule; London schedule; Germany brochure; Bob
               Fosse "To Do" handwritten memo for Europe; Bob
               Fosse handwritten note on Surtees; other
               miscellaneous information and notes

Box 16A   EDITING MISCELLANEOUS

               Sequence breakdown/synopsis 7/11/90; musical
               numbers and spots, with timing, 6/25/70

Box 16B   SCRIPT NOTES (from friends)

               From file marked "Friends' notes after reading
               script," including comments from Neil Simon, Bob
               Aurthur,Gwen Verdon; 10/6/70 letter from Cy Feuer
               to W.E. Dodd (Allied Artists' president) on changes
               in first draft screenplay suggested by Dodd; Bob
               Fosse's script notes, typed and handwritten

Box 16B   DIALOGUE REVISIONS

               Notes on various script pages, much in Bob Fosse's
               hand

Box 16B   SCRIPT MISCELLANEOUS

               Sequence breakdowns, musical numbers, locations,
               and appropriate script pages

Box 16C   CASTING

               Letters, photo/resumes, correspondence, audition
               schedules, memos

Box 85B   PRESS CLIPPINGS BOOK

               Post-Academy Awards; large format, 12x16, including
               quotes, photos, other press

Box 85B   CABARET PRESS

               Extensive press reviews, all photocopies; 1972

Box 85F   CABARET POSTERS

               Color, Italian, 40x55, (1); Color, 27x41, (3
               copies)



                        CABARET - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script.]

Box 15A   Script, 1st draft, blue vinyl cover

               Marked # 30; 129 pp.; no annotations

Box 15A   Script, 1st draft revised, blue vinyl cover

               Marked # 81; 129 pp.; no annotations

Box 15A   Script, 1st draft revised

               Marked # 82; 129 pp.; few annotations

Box 15A   Script, 1st draft revised, "Rewrite as of 12/1"

               Marked " # 20; "Rewrite as of 12/1;" 129 pp. with
               sequence breakdown and footage count; photocopied
               and original deletions, dialogue additions, etc.

Box 15A   Script (partial), revised pages

               100 pp., with Bob Fosse annotations

Box 15A   Script, 1st draft (partial), revisions

               Photocopied and original Bob Fosse annotations;
               revisions; 57 pp.

Box 15A   "Old pages from Fosse script"

               Marked "Old stuff from Fosse script; 100 pp.; some
               annotation by Bob Fosse

Box 15B   Script draft, 3/6/70

               102 pp., some annotation

Box 15B   Script (partial), with revisions

               Revised pages; 100 pp., with Bob Fosse annotations

Box 15C   Final draft, 2/15/71, black spring binder

               Marked "Bob Fosse," # 7; this is a shooting script,
               with camera directions and setups, dialogue
               additions and changes, handwritten annotations

Box 15C   Bob Fosse Editing Notes, grey 3 ring binder

               Marked "final draft, 15 Feb., 1971," and "script
               notes, Trudy von Trotha;" with shooting and editing
               information: soundtrack, camera, footage, etc.



                     CALL ME MISTER (Fosse)

Box 43A   LEGAL

               1946 Actors Equity contract, Bob Fosse



                        CAN-CAN (Verdon)

Box 43A   PROGRAMS

               4 different undated souvenir programs

Box 43A   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               VOGUE, 10/15/53: "See the Pretty Petticoat;" TOPS,
               4/54: "Tops in Theatre;" METROPOLITAN HOST Theatre
               review, 5/16/53; SATURDAY REVIEW, 5/23/53: "Who
               Threw the Overalls in Mr. Porter's Bouilla-
               baisse," by Henry Hewes

Box 43A   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 86D   PRESS, Fragile

               Fragile magazines (complete), magazine pages, and
               newspaper clippings, bound to matte board, from:

                    A)   CAN-CAN, 1953-54

                    B)   CAN-CAN, 1953-54

                    C)   CAN-CAN, pages from single fragile
                         scrapbook

                    D)   CAN-CAN

Box 86A   CAN-CAN ILLUSTRATION

               Milton Marx caricature on illustration board,
               13x18; black and white



                   CHICAGO (Fosse and Verdon)

Box 18A   RESEARCH: The TRIBUNE and Chicago journalism

               Book excerpts, photocopies, re: Chicago TRIBUNE in
               1928, Chicago journalism, historical events in
               Chicago, e.g. hangings, etc.

Box 18A   RESEARCH: 1920-30

               Photocopies of newspapers, 1922-23, on journalism
               and crime

Box 18A   RESEARCH: Beulah Annin

               Articles on Beulah Annin and a few other
               characters: cover sheets (listing specific stage
               characters) and clippings pertaining to the actual
               person who was the basis for the character; also,
               notes on meetings with researchers

Box 18A   RESEARCH: 1920's

               Police files, newspaper clippings

Box 18A   RESEARCH: Annin's police files and trial transcript

               50 pp., including a letter from Ian Shearn,
               researcher

Box 18A   RESEARCH: Annin reportage

               Cover letter from Alison Price, researcher, and
               miscellaneous correspondence with researchers;
               excerpts from news-clippings, trial transcripts and
               reportage, 80 pp., including "Gene Siskel" research

Box 18G   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               AFTERDARK, 6/75: "Gwen Verdon and CHICAGO: The
               Reincarnation of Roxie Hart," by Clarke Taylor (3
               copies); PEOPLE, 6/23/75: "ON STAGE: Separated but
               still mated professionally, Gwen Verdon hoofs for
               her ex;"  CENTRE STAGE, 9-10/77: "Bob Fosse: From
               Dancer to Director," by Lawrence O'Toole

Box 18G   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               CUE, 7/7-13/75; CUE, 6/16-22/75: "All About Evil,"
               by Marilyn Stasio; DANCE Magazine, 11/75: "Bob
               Fosse's CHICAGO: Roxie's Razzle Dazzle and All That
               Jazz," by Richard Philp; FOOTLIGHTS, 6/78: "Ladies
               of the Evening: Gwen Verdon, Portrait by Peter
               Michael Carlisle" (same, Chita Rivera, Portrait) (3
               copies); VOGUE, 9/75: "People Are Talking About..,
               CHICAGO, That Razzle Dazzle Musical," by Leo Lerman

Box 18F   PROGRAMS

               Playbill, Forrest Theatre, 1975 (autographed to Bob
               Fosse from Paul Solen); playbill, 46th St. Theatre,
               5/75; Stagebill (Chicago, IL) 4/78 (4 copies);
               Playbills, 46th St. Theatre: 7/75, 6/77, 8/75,
               3/77; Playbill, Colonial Theatre, 9/77

Box 18F   PROGRAMS, international productions

               Program and handbill: Teatro El Nacional, Buenos
               Aires, 1977; programs only for the following:
               Greece, 1982; Aarhus Theatre, 1976; Theater in
               Freiburg, 1981; Abo Svenska Teater, Finland, 1976;
               Teater Arena, Ghent, Belgium, 1980-81; Operett
               Szinhaz, Hungary; Stadsteatern, 3/11/76 (European
               premiere); Helsingin Kaupungin Teater (and
               handbill); Det Danske Teater, 1976-77; Hamburger
               Thalia Theater, 1977; Riksteatern, Sweden, 1976;
               handbill: Arena Teater, Ghent, Belgium; handbill
               and program: Ungdommens Teater, 1977

Box 18F   PROGRAMS

               The Hanna Theatre, Cleveland, 1978; Harrah's
               Marina, Atlantic City, 1985; University of Akron,
               Ohio program, autographed to Bob Fosse by Arlene
               Fontana

Box 18F   PROGRAM, 1927 production

               From 2/21/27 play CHICAGO by Maurine Watkins,
               staged by George Abbott, autographed by George
               Abbott

Box 18C   STAGE MANAGERS' REPORTS, 1975-78

Box 18D   MUSIC

               For "It," " Funny Honey," "Roxie," " Razzle
               Dazzle," "We Both Reached for the Gun," "Loopin' on
               the Loop," "Me & My Baby," "My Own Best Friend"

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, miscellaneous productions

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, foreign productions

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, 1973

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, 1975

Box 19B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1975

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, 1977

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, 1978

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, 1978

Box 19B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1978

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, 1979

Box 19B   PRESS REVIEWS, 1985

Box 18C   TECH NOTES, undated

Box 18B   CASTING, 1974-75

               Correspondence with  Michael Shurtleff; audition
               schedules; character lists; callback sheets;
               photo/resumes and letters; audition lists with Bob
               Fosse notes

Box 18B   CASTING

               Photo/resumes; audition cards; Bob Fosse notes

Box 18B   CASTING, 1976-77

               See above

Box 18B   CASTING

               Photo/resumes; undated correspondence

Box 18C   TELEVISION COMMERCIALS

               1975 correspondence re: commercial spots, plus
               television schedule

Box 18C   REHEARSAL AND PRODUCTION SCHEDULES

               1974 and undated; including contact lists

Box 18C   CORRESPONDENCE AND SCHEDULES, 1978

               A few 1978 promotional schedules for Verdon and
               Rivera

Box 18C   LEGAL/FINANCIAL

               1974 correspondence re: Bob Fosse production
               contacts; royalty agreements and correspondence
               about reductions in royalties, 1974-76; 1974
               prospectus for CHICAGO Company; Verdon's 9/74
               agreement with CHICAGO Co.; closing notice; file
               covers 1974-82, but material is sparse after 1976

Box 18C   FINANCIAL, 1974-79

               Financial statements and budgets, 1974-79,
               including estimated production costs, 1974, and
               weekly operating budgets; assorted financial
               statements for 1975, 1977

Box 18C   CORRESPONDENCE, miscellaneous

               Several theatre-goers' complaints

Box 18C   CORRESPONDENCE, re: script

               Fred Ebb's notes on script reviews, undated;
               4/23/78 letter re: script reviews, with Bob Fosse
               marginal notes

Box 18E   PLAYSCRIPT

               French's musical library publication of CHICAGO
               script (3 copies)

Box 19B   CALENDAR, 1986

               "Hirschfeld's Broadway," including CHICAGO
               caricature; CHICAGO publicity card

Box 17C   CHICAGO (Watkins)

               Playscript of Maurine Watkins play; photocopied
               press clippings from original (Watkins) production

Items 97C, 97K

          POSTERS AND HANDBILLS

               Black and white, 17x24 photo of trade ad for film
               (1); 16x27 1/2 color lobby poster from Det Danske
               Teater (1); 41x59 color poster, 46th Street Theatre

Box 93B   HANDBILL, Framed

               14x21 color handbill, Abo Svenska Theatre, in clear
               plastic modular frame

Box 86A   HANDBILLS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
               Single matte folder:

                    Handbill, color, 14x19, Alexander Theatre,
                    1977; Handbill, 16 1/2x23 1/2, color, Teater
                    Arena; Poster, 20x27 1/2 color, Operett
                    Szinhaz Drawing (reproduction), Verdon
                    dancing, by Mark Cote (2, same)

               loose:

                    Caricature, on illustration board, by Mark
                    Cote; this is an original; there are copies
                    elsewhere

Box 85F   SKETCH

               12x15 pencil drawing by Graff, 1978, of Ann
               Reinking and Liza Minnelli as Roxie Hart; mattted
               in 20x23 frame

Box 86A   PHOTOS

               15x19, mounted black and white photos, both by
               Murray Laden, one of Verdon, one of Verdon and
               Chita Rivera

Box 87A   FRAMED POSTER

               16x20, color, 46th St. Theatre



                        CHICAGO - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script.  Covers have been
removed.]

Box 17A   Script, 1st draft

               Marked # 39, "1st draft, 8/3/73; no annotations;
               136 pp.

Box 17A   Script, 1st draft, blue vinyl cover

               Marked # 7, "1st draft, 8/3/73; no annotations; 136
               pp.

Box 17A   Script, 1st draft, blue vinyl cover

               Marked # 40; "1st draft, 8/13/73 (?);" 136 pp.; no
               annotations

Box 17A   Script, black vinyl cover

               Undated; no annotations; 106 pp. plus property list

Box 17A   Script, black vinyl cover

               Undated; no annotations; 106 pp. plus property list

Box 17A   Script, black vinyl cover

               106 pp. plus property list; annotated, with
               handwritten dance notes on final page

Box 17A   Rehearsal script, black spring binder marked "Gwen
          Verdon," inside red binder

               Marked # 26, "Rehearsal script, 10/21/74;" 134+
               pp.; much handwritten notation, mainly 1st Act

Box 17B   Rehearsal script, black spring binder

               Marked "10/21/74;" handwritten notation, including
               dance notes, etc.; 136+ pp.

Box 17B   Rehearsal script, black clip binder

               Marked 10/21/74; 71 pp., 1st Act only; unmarked

Box 17B   Playscript, Watkins, wood-grain vinyl clip binder

               "CHICAGO, A Play in 3 Acts," by Maurine Watkins;
               103+ pp., including property plot, electrical plot,
               sketches, annotations

Box 17B   Script pages

               Both Act I and II; 150+ pp.; some handwritten notes

Box 17B   Script pages

               Some revisions dating 3/8/75; handwritten notations
               and changes

Box 17B   Script

               150 pp.; from folder marked "Script corrections,
               4/7/75; annotated

Box 17B   Script

               98+ pp., marked "Script corrections;" has felt
               marker and pencil notation

Box 17B   "Old script pages"

               Very assorted pages, including entire handwritten
               pages; typed "outline;" important file, heavily
               annotated

Box 17C   Script

               Marked # 99, "1st draft, 8/3/73;" 132 pp.; unmarked

Box 19A   Script, brown vinyl 3 ring binder

               Director's script, including rehearsal and
               production schedules 2/24/75; tabbed by scenes;
               with revisions and notations

Box 17C   Playscript, Watkins
                    
               CHICAGO, by Maurine Watkins, 1927 (Alfred A.
               Knopf); see also playscript in paper files, listed
               elsewhere

AT MBRS   RECORDING

               Phono record,"CHICAGO Surprise 1975 - Happy
               Holidays from Peter Howard"

Box 19A   Script, Gwen Verdon

               From discarded 3 ring binder; contains script,
               revised pages, personal notes, clippings, etc.;
               heavily annotated by Verdon

Box 17C   Script, Gwen Verdon, corrected copy, black vinyl cover

               Marked on title page: "Gwen Verdon corrected copy,
               as of 1/20/78;" 106 pp.; some annotation

Box 17C   Script, Act I

               Assorted pages, Act I, with list of "small changes"

Box 17C   Playscript, Watkins

               CHICAGO, by Maurine Watkins



                  CHILDREN! CHILDREN! (Verdon)

Box 43A   Script, revised 12/71, blue spring binder

               Cover: Gwen Verdon imprint; marked "Revised,
               12/71;" 95 pp.; extensively annotated

Box 43A   Script miscellany, belongs with above script

               Loose pages originally with above script, including
               pages of script changes, many memo pad pages of
               dialogue in Verdon's hand and others'; couple
               letters re: script changes

Box 43C   2 sheets of music

Box 43A   Script, revised 12/71

               Marked same; 92 pp.; very few markings

Box 43C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 43A   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               NEW YORK, 3/16/72: mention in "Best Bets"

Box 43A   PROGRAMS

               Playbills: Ritz Theatre, 2/72 (6 copies); Ritz
               Theatre souvenir programs (4)



            COCOON (AND COCOON: The Return) (Verdon)

Box 43A   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 43A   PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 43A   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               NIGHT LIFE, 6/85: "Back on the Screen in This
               Summer's COCOON: Gwen Verdon," by Jane Waldman (2
               copies); GOLDEN YEARS, 11/88: "COCOON: The Return"

Box 43A   PREMIERE PROGRAM



                   THE CONQUERING HERO (Fosse)

Box 43B   Script, 1st draft

               Marked #4, and "Robert Linden" on cover; title:
               "The Hero;" these are two scripts taped together,
               1st and 2nd acts; 78 pp. each act; few annotations

Box 43B   CONTRACTS, 1960-61

               Bob Fosse correspondence with MSC Artists; Bob
               Fosse contract; correspondence with Producer's
               Theatre; agreements re: rights to the Preston
               Sturges property; MBPC (minimum basic production
               contract) involving authorship; 4/6/60 Fosse letter
               to Robert Freyer and Lawrence Carr outlining his
               complaints about their professional relationships
               (photocopy); miscellaneous; extensive file

Box 43B   FOSSE NOTES

               Notes on GOTCHA Ballet, War Ballet and others;
               sketch for narrative of ballet; script page
               excerpts, annotated; handwritten
               choreography/music/dialogue notes by Bob Fosse -
               Fosse's working notes; original folder title:
               "Notes and Ballet narration (some scenes),
               suggestions by Gelbart for campaign."

Box 43B   LEGAL/ARBITRATION

               Newspaper clippings on arbitration; legal papers on
               R. Fosse vs Producers Theatre, Inc. 1960-61,
               regarding Bob Fosse choreography; correspondence,
               exhibits; 8/28/61 notice of award by American
               Arbitration Association; Arbitrator's award - 6
               cents - on note card, plus news clipping on award

Box 43B   PROGRAM

               National Theatre, 11/60

Box 43B   FOSSE NOTEBOOK

               Small (5x7) notebook containing handwritten notes,
               "Hero" (and other)

Box 57C   MUSIC

               Music for "The Campaign"



                    THE COTTON CLUB (Verdon)      

Box 43B   PREMIERE PROGRAM



             DAMN YANKEES (stage) (Fosse and Verdon)

Box 43B   PROGRAMS

               46th Street Theatre Playbill, 5/55, 5/56; 2
               souvenir programs

Box 43B   LEGAL

               Bob Fosse choreography contract, with draft
               material

Box 43B   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               SATURDAY REVIEW, 5/21/55: "A Frank Marriedwell
               Story," by Henry Hewes; NEWSWEEK, 5/16/55: "The
               Bases Loaded;" TIME, 5/16/55: "New Musical in
               Manhattan" (2 copies); THEATRE ARTS, 11/56: "The
               Complete Text of DAMN YANKEES;" VOGUE, 5/15/55:
               "People Are Talking About..."

Box 43B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 57C   MUSIC 

               Music sheets for "Who's Got the Pain," "Brains and
               Talent"

Box 86D   PRESS, fragile

               Fragile magazines (complete), magazine pages, and
               newspaper clippings, bound to matte board, from:

                    DAMN YANKEES, pages from single fragile
                    scrapbook

                    DAMN YANKEES, 1955: magazines; 1974: clippings

                    DAMN YANKEES, 1955: clippings

                    DAMN YANKEES, 1955: clippings

Box 86D   LOOSE:

                    VARIETY, 5/11/55: "Baseball B.O. Poison," page
                    one

                    BILLBOARD, 5/14/55

Box 86A   PHOTOS, matte folder:

               15x 19 1/2 black and white photo of Verdon in
               "Whatever Lola Wants" costume (damaged)

Box 93A   POSTERS:

               Framed poster, 15x23, color, original, Verdon in
               baseball shirt, 46th St. Theatre

Box 93A        Framed poster, 15x23, color, original, Verdon in
               "Whatever Lola Wants" costume, 46th St. Theatre

Box 86A   MISCELLANEOUS

               SPORTS ILLUSTRATED montage of magazine photos of
               Verdon in baseball uniform, 16x19



                       DAMN YANKEES (film)

Box 43B   LEGAL

               1957 contract, Warner Bros. and Gwen Verdon; 1958
               contract, Bob Fosse and Warner Bros.; contract
               notes; single letter re: use of choreography in
               another production

Box 43B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 43B   AD CUTS, 2

Box 86A   AD CUTS, 3, single matte folder



                   DAMN YANKEES (1974 revival)

Box 43B   PROGRAMS

               Arie Crown Music Theatre, Chicago, undated and
               1972, multiple copies

Box 43B   NEWS CLIPPINGS

Box 43C   PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 43C   PRESS, Fragile

               Fragile clippings, bound to matte board, from: DAMN
               YANKEES, 1974: clippings, bound with 1955 magazines



                     DANCE ME A SONG (Fosse)

Box 43B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 43B   PROGRAM

               Royale Theatre Playbill, 1/1950



                         DANCIN' (Fosse)

Box 85F   HANDBILLS

               2 handbills, 14x22, full color, Broadhurst Theatre
               (1 on cardboard)

Box 97D   POSTERS  AND AD CUTS

               Foreign DANCIN' posters: 15x22, color, Palais de
               Congres, Paris; 16x23, color, Theatre Mogador,
               Paris; 13 x 27 1/2 (not illustrated, handbill),
               Teatro Comunale Bologna; 27x39, color, Teatro
               Petruzzelli, 1983

Box 85A        2 sheets of ad cuts (mildewed)



                  THE DANNY KAYE SHOW (Verdon)

[Note: Verdon appeared on 7 episodes of The Danny Kaye Show between
1963 and 1965]

Box 43C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1965

Box 43B   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               DANCE Magazine, 11/64: "Turn on TV"

Box 43B   LEGAL

               Notes and 1 p. correspondence on contract draft



                      THE DINAH SHORE SHOW

Box 43B   LEGAL

               1959 contract, Bob Fosse choreography for "Erbie
               Fitch's Twitch", from REDHEAD


                         ENDINGS (Fosse)

[Note: Title of the film is referred to both as ENDING and ENDINGS]

Boxes 14C CASTING
     -14D
               photo/resumes

Box 14C   CASTING - "Possible people to see in NY"

               photo/resumes

Box 14C   CASTING - "People seen in NY"

               photo/resumes

Box 14C   CASTING - "People seen in CA"

               photo/resumes

Box 14C   CASTING - "People who have been seen"

               photo/resumes

Box 14B   CASTING - Fosse audition notes, blue cover notebook

               Bob Fosse's notebook; has audition schedules, notes
               on characters and actors; extensive

Box 14C   CASTING - "CA"

               Interview schedules and notes

Box 14C   CASTING - "NY"

               Interview schedules and notes

Box 14B   FOSSE NOTEBOOK

               Composition book marked "Ending;" contains notes by
               Bob Fosse (handwritten) and others; plus clipping
               on the book ENDING, loose news clippings on
               hospices; Pete Hamill and Herb Gardner notes on
               ENDING script; transcript of notes for film called
               DYING; documentary shot list; Stuart Ostrow notes
               on script; Robert Alan Aurthur's article, "Thoughts
               on the Death of My Father"

Box 14B   RESEARCH

               Magazine clippings on book ENDING by Hilma
               Wolitzer, on death, disease, dying; notes on the
               movie DYING; brochures on hospitals and medical
               centers; medical reports on myeloma disease;
               questionnaires for physicians, including that of
               8/26/76 meeting with physician in E. Hampton on
               dying and ethics; outline/synopsis of ENDING by
               script reader; notes on stages of death; clippings
               on cancer treatments

Box 14B   LEGAL, 1974-76

               Correspondence re: agreement with Hilda Wolitzer;
               R. A. Aurthur's agreement, 10/74 and revisions
               (including memos to Ostrow on this); draft and
               memos on Ostrow/Fosse agreement, 1975; CPA letter
               to Ostrow on taxes

Box 14D   PRODUCTION SCHEDULE AND BUDGET

               2/5/76 shooting schedule and preliminary production
               budget; cover memo, Steve Kesten

Box 14B   PRODUCTION MISCELLANY

               Script record; photo/resumes; letters; notes on
               crew applicants



                        ENDING - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script]

[NOTE: initial scripts were titled ENDING; the revisions and final
are titled ENDINGS]

Box 13D   Screenplay, 2nd draft revisions

               Marked "9/4/75, 9/11/75;" 129 pp.; some annotation,
               cuts, additions, etc.; ENDINGS

Box 13D   Screenplay

               Marked "9/4/75, 9/11/75;" 129 pp.; ENDINGS; partial
               script carbon, not annotated, plus miscellaneous
               heavily annotated revised pages; Bob Fosse/Aurthur
               (?) notes on script; letter to Ostrow and Bob Fosse
               from Aurthur (?), 1975, on script; documentary shot
               list with revisions; Aurthur's (?) outline and
               notes for meeting with Bob Fosse, 12/18/74; other
               noted dated 12/75; this file contains extensive
               material

Box 13D   Screenplay, 2nd draft

               Marked "94/75, 9/11/75," ENDINGS; 136 pp.;
               photocopy with few markings

Box 13C   Screenplay revisions

               100 pp.; extensive revisions

Box 13D   Screenplay, 11/11/75

               Marked ENDING; 103 pp.; few changes, several loose
               pages; photocopy

Box 14A   Screenplay, 12/1/75

               Marked #20; 105 pp.; few markings

Box 14A   Screenplay, 12/1/75

               Marked #6; 105 pp.; unmarked

Box 14A   Screenplay, 12/1/75

               Marked #2; 105 pp.; unmarked

Box 14A   Screenplay, 12/1/75, purple cover

               Marked #21; 105 pp.; unmarked except for Bob Fosse
               notes on title page

Box 14A   Screenplay, 2nd draft, pink folder

               Seems to be 2 separate scripts; 1 = 132 pp.; 2 =
               marked "2nd draft," is only 44 pp.; few annotations
               on both



                       FUNNY GIRL (Fosse)

Box 44A   Script, 9/6/63, yellow paper cover

               36 pp.; unmarked

Box 44A   Script, 9/6/63, yellow paper cover

               36 pp.; unmarked

Box 44A   Script, revised

               Incomplete, mainly Act II; revised pages; unmarked;
               undated; 36 pp.

Box 44A   Script, Act II, blue and white paper cover

               38 pp; unmarked

Box 44A   Script, red paper cover

               Acts I and II; 84 pp.; undated; some annotation,
               Act II

Box 44A   Script, 6/19/63, black cover

               Act I only; 52 pp.; extensive annotations in Bob
               Fosse's hand

Box 44A   Script, Act I

               Act I only; 22 pp.; revised pages dated 9/6/63;
               unmarked

Box 44A   "Script pages, old 2nd Act"

               Annotated

Box 44A   "Script pages, Act II revisions

               Annotated

Box 44A   Music

               Music/song plot, that is, breakdown of songs by Act
               and breakdown of numbers by characters; song
               outline Act II; lyrics with notes

Box 44A   "Ideas - old scenes - untyped lyrics, and some
          correspondence"

               From folder marked same; also includes old plot
               synopsis

Box 44A   "Extra lyrics"

               From folder marked same; also, breakdown of numbers
               by characters

Box 44A   SET DESIGNS

Box 44A   CASTING

               One page audition schedule and notes; 2
               photo/resumes

Box 44A   CORRESPONDENCE

               Bob Fosse handwritten 3 pp. letter draft, re: his
               withdrawal from show; telegram 9/17/63 Ray Stark to
               Bob Fosse re: same

Box 44A   LEGAL

               8/63 draft of Bob Fosse director/choreographer
               agreement, with pages of notes; material on Bob
               Fosse withdrawal, 9/63, from show, including
               agreement, associated correspondence, and newspaper
               clipping

Box 44A   PROGRAM

               Souvenir program; telegram re: premiere party
               cancellation



                  THE GARRY MOORE SHOW (CBS TV)
                       (Fosse and Verdon)

Box 44A   LEGAL

               Fosse contract for dancing

Box 44A   LEGAL

               Verdon's appearance contract, CBS TV, 1965; 1963
               correspondence, including draft agreement on JIMMY
               DEAN SHOW (she turned this show down)

Box 57C   MUSIC



                THE GIRL I LEFT HOME FOR (Verdon)

Box 57C   MUSIC, Miscellaneous



                   HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS
                      WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
                             (Fosse)

Box 44E   PROGRAMS

               46th Street Theatre Playbill, 11/5/62; souvenir
               program

Box 44C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, New York

Box 44C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, Philadelphia

Box 44C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, general

Box 44C   Script, blue vinyl cover

               Undated; 131 pp; Bob Fosse notes on staging, songs,
               etc.

Box 44C   Script

               Marked "Bob Fosse #33 revised;" undated; 151 pp.;
               with property list, costume plot; prop plot; light
               and music cues; not annotated

Box 44C   FINANCIAL, 1 of 2

               Correspondence 1964-75, extensive; this is material
               related to financial matters, primarily
               negotiations and payments to Bob Fosse for US and
               international productions of HOW TO SUCCEED; also
               including some box office statements, NYC 1964 and
               London Company; some Feuer/Martin correspondence
               re: royalties and disagreements

Box 44C   FINANCIAL, 2 of 2

               Continuation of above

Box 44C   PRESS REVIEWS

               Including press book, 1961

Box 44C   MISCELLANEOUS

               Several rehearsal schedules for national company

Box 93A   POSTER

               Framed poster, 15x23, color, 46th St. Theatre



                      KISS ME KATE (Fosse)

Box 44C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 44C   FINANCIAL

               One royalty statement, 2/18/65



                          LEGS (Verdon)

Box 44C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 85F   MISCELLANEOUS

               11x14 poster board thank you card from LEGS cast to
               Gwen Verdon



                      LENNY (Fosse) - PAPER

Box 20A   CASTING - various male roles

               photo/resumes

Box 20A   CASTING - "Honey"

               Bob Fosse notes and memos discussing various
               actresses; casting suggestions from Juliet Taylor
               Casting; interview/auditions schedules and notes;
               polaroids, photo/resumes; correspondence - 1973;
               extensive file

Box 20A   CASTING - "Honey"

               photo/resumes; polaroids

Box 20A   CASTING - "Honey"

               photo/resumes; polaroids; memos and letters

Box 20A   CASTING - "Lenny"

               photo/resumes; polaroids; memos and letters

Box 20A   CASTING - general files

               call back lists, 12/73; cast breakdown lists
               11/20/73; memo, 12/3/73 on "dates and suggested
               cast deals;" casting lists, McDermont Talent
               Agency; audition notes, including Florida casting;
               correspondence, Michael Shurtleff; resumes: crew
               and cast; many casting suggestions and Bob Fosse
               notes

Box 20A   CREW LISTS

Box 20A   MUSIC

               Correspondence re: musical director/composer;
               Herbie Hancock package; music: "Yesterday"
               (Beatles)

Box 20B   SCHEDULES: pre-production, shooting

               Interiors list/by scene; shooting schedule 1/18/74;
               preproduction: Dustin Hoffman and Valerie Perrine;
               memo re: Geoffrey Unsworth; travel schedule; memo
               re: Miami location survey

Box 20A   CREW RESUMES

               Resumes for positions of costume designer, art
               director, production designer, production manager,
               production assistants, film editor; agency
               personnel lists; Bob Fosse notes

Box 20B   LOCATIONS

               Location lists: interiors/exteriors, clubs; memos;
               Bob Fosse lists

Box 22A   RESEARCH (A) 

               Note: these may be part of Lawrence Schiller
               research. The Schiller list is filed in "Research -
               Schiller (1 of 6)"
               Photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles on
               Lenny Bruce, including Albert Goldman's writing;
               photocopies of book excerpts (including Paul
               Krasner's autobiography, HOW A SATIRICAL EDITOR...)
               with notes; SATURDAY REVIEW le, 1972; NEW YORKER,
               1969; PLAYBOY, 1960's, etc.

Box 22A   RESEARCH (B)

               Note: these may be part of Lawrence Schiller
               research. The Schiller list is filed in "Research -
               Schiller (1 of 6)"
               Additional photocopied clippings, 1959-72

Box 22A   RESEARCH (C)

               Note: these may be part of Lawrence Schiller
               research. The Schiller list is filed in "Research -
               Schiller (1 of 6)"
               8x10 photo of Lenny Bruce billboard; Albert Goldman
               articles, 1963-64 on Lenny Bruce; annotated
               article,"Lenny and a Mother's Love," by Arthur
               Bell; miscellaneous, including someone's notes on
               Bruce and on the Schiller interviews; list of Lenny
               Bruce tapes (2 copies)

Box 22A   RESEARCH: court proceedings

               Court proceedings, obscenity trials: summaries,
               transcripts, and associated papers from 1956-

Box 22A   RESEARCH: Lawrence Schiller (1 of 6)

               The following 6 files are transcripts of interviews
               done by Schiller, and documentation collected for
               the book LENNY BRUCE (by Albert Goldman, "based on
               the journalism of Lawrence Schiller). File # 1 of 6
               contains a list explaining the interviewees'
               relationship to Bruce, as well as the additional
               documentation

Box 22A   RESEARCH: Lawrence Schiller (2 of 6)

Box 22A   RESEARCH: Lawrence Schiller (3 of 6)

Box 22A   RESEARCH: Lawrence Schiller (4 of 6)

Box 22A   RESEARCH: Lawrence Schiller (5 of 6)

Box 22A   RESEARCH: Lawrence Schiller (6 of 6)

Box 20B   FINANCIAL

               Correspondence re: accounting, Movielab, 1974;
               correspondence between David Licht and United
               Artists re: United Artists' methods of billing and
               payment on LENNY; LENNY financial statements,
               5/29/76

Box 20B   LEGAL: contracts

               1973-78; 1974: film credit negotiations, title
               layouts, correspondence re: profit distribution;
               1973: Bob Fosse director's contract; Bob
               Fosse/United Artists "financing and sale
               agreements" re: LENNY, 1978

Box 20B   LENNY (play) REVIEWS

               Reviews of the O'Horgan-directed production of the
               play LENNY

Box 20B   CORRESPONDENCE

               Letters from and promotional piece on Sally Marr
               (Bruce's mother); 12/21/73 letter to Hoffman from
               "Gloria," with information on Lenny Bruce;
               correspondence re: appropriate research sources for
               Bob Fosse and Dustin  Hoffman; several long
               letters, 1973, from Marvin Worth, 20th Century Fox
               re: Marvin Worth's reaction to LENNY script (these
               have Bob Fosse's marginal notes), and personal note
               from Marvin Worth to Bob Fosse; note, from Julian
               Barry to Bob Fosse; 1974: Worth at 20th Century-Fox
               re: marketing exploitation of film (and photocopy
               of same, with Bob Fosse's marginal notes

Box 20B   PRODUCTION MISCELLANEOUS

               Several personal letters re: casting; Miami street
               map; several phone call lists and memos from Bob
               Fosse's secretary; script record; screening guest
               list with screening notes; cast/crew hiring
               miscellany; list of office expenses, including
               small billings; extras list, LA party; Bob Fosse
               itinerary for 6/4/74

Box 22C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

               Contains newspaper clippings only

Box 22C   PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 22A   MAGAZINES

               "Stamp Help Out! And Other Short Stories" by Lenny
               Bruce: paperback publication

Box 22C   MAGAZINES

               NEW YORK, 12/16/74: "Bob Fosse Off His Toes," by
               Paul Gardner (2 copies); NEW YORK, 1973: "The Real
               Lenny Bruce is Alive and Well in Brooklyn," by
               Albert Goldman; TIME, 12/16/74: "People" section
               note on Valerie Perrine

Box 22C   MAGAZINES

               PEOPLE, 12/23/74: "After Talking Dirty in LENNY,
               Dustin Hoffman Tries Directing," by Richard
               Meryman; PEOPLE, 12/2/74: "Valerie Perrine of
               LENNY, the Sex Goddess of the '70's," by Jim
               Watters; NEW TIMES, 12/13/74: "The Irresistible
               Rise of Lenny Bruce," by Frank Rich; FILMMAKERS
               NEWSLETTER, Feb/75: "The Making of LENNY: An
               Interview with Bob Fosse," (3 copies)

Box 20B   MAGAZINES

               VILLAGE VOICE, 11/21/74: "Will the Real Lenny Bruce
               Please Stand Up," by Andrew Sarris; NEW YORK,
               9/6/71: "Tonight at the Blue Angel: Lenny Bruce,"
               by Albert Goldman

Box 22C   MISCELLANEOUS CLIPPINGS (for research)

               Newspaper and magazine clippings

Box 23D   RESEARCH SLIDES

               2 boxes of research slides for porno districts,
               Boston

Box 86D   PRESS, Oversized

               NEW YORK NEWS Magazine, 1/26/75, (LENNY) "Valerie
               Perrine: I'm No Grace Kelly," by Bob Lardine

Box 85F   POSTERS

               LENNY, black and white poster, 27x41, (2 copies)

Box 93A   ADS, Framed

               Framed black and white VARIETY page, 16x20, "Bob
               Fosse, Best Director for LENNY"

Box 87A   Framed 23x18 double page spread United Artists magazine
          advertisement, listing Oscar nominations for LENNY, black
          and white

Box 23E   MISCELLANEOUS

               5 1/2 x 7 1/2 framed drawing of Lenny Bruce



                         LENNY - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script]

Box 21A   Screenplay, 1st draft

               72 pp.; final pages: "some obligatory scenes"

Box 21A   Screenplay, 1st draft

               72 pp.; contains a small amount of handwritten
               annotation (Bob Fosse and Julian Barry?)

Box 21A   Screenplay, 1st draft, maroon vinyl cover

               72 pp.; small amount of handwritten annotation

Box 21A   Screenplay, July 26, 1973, black 3-ring binder

               140 pp.; with heavy annotation, including cuts,
               revisions, dialogue changes; Bob Fosse?

Box 21A   Screenplay, 7/26/73

               Marked "working script," 143 pp.; few annotations
               (Bob Fosse)

Box 21A   Screenplay, 7/26/73, red vinyl cover

               Marked #7; 143 pp., few annotations

Box 21A   Screenplay, 7/26/73

               Marked # 13; 143 pp.; no annotations; pages missing

Box 21A   Screenplay, 7/26/73

               Marked # 31; 143 pp.; no annotations

Box 21B   Screenplay, 7/26/73

               143 pp.; no annotations

Box 21B   Screenplay, 7/26/73

               143 pp.; no annotations

Box 21B   Screenplay, 7/26/73, red vinyl cover

               143 pp.; no annotations

Box 21B   Screenplay, 7/26/73, red vinyl cover

               143 pp.; no annotations

Box 21B   Screenplay, 7/26/73, red vinyl cover

               143 pp.; no annotations

Box 21C   Screenplay, 7/26/73, black spring binder

               143 pp.; with revised pages; includes Bob Fosse
               annotations, e.g. dialogue additions

Box 21C   Screenplay, rehearsal draft, 12/8/73, black vinyl cover

               128 pp.; no annotations

Box 21C   Screenplay, Director's final draft, 1/5/74, black spring
          binder

               Cover marked "Fosse," inside page marked "Fosse
               #1," annotated by Bob Fosse, including dialogue
               changes, revised pages; 135 pp., with alternate
               endings

Box 20C   Screenplay, "old pages"

               copy of first draft, 250 pp. with revised pages,
               cuts, etc. from various script versions; both
               originals and photocopies; many annotations,
               including Bob Fosse and Julian Barry

Box 20C   Screenplay, "old pages"

               copy of first draft, 150-200 pp. with revised
               pages, cuts, etc. from various script versions;
               both originals and photocopies; many annotations,
               including Bob Fosse and Julian Barry

Box 20C   Screenplay, "old pages"

               copy of first draft, 150-200 pp. with revised
               pages, cuts, etc. from various script versions;
               both originals and photocopies; many annotations,
               including Bob Fosse and Julian Barry

Box 20C   Screenplay, miscellaneous pages

               100 pp.; annotated, including Bob Fosse and Julian
               Barry notes

Box 20D   Screenplay, miscellaneous pages

               100-150 pp.; few annotations

Box 20C   Screenplay materials

               Very miscellaneous; 35-50 pp., including script
               corrections and changes, a few editing notes, 1974;
               script memos, 1973, David Picker to Bob Fosse;
               script #4 revisions, etc.

Box 21C   Fosse notebook 

               Composition notebook, with Bob Fosse handwritten
               notes

Box 20D   "Old script pages" (1)

               Assorted; some annotations

Box 20D   "Old script pages" (2)

               Assorted; some annotations

Box 20D   "Old script pages" (3)

               Assorted; some annotations

Box 20D   "Old script pages" (4)

               Assorted; no annotations

Box 23A   "Master script - Nick Sgarro", binder

               Dated 1/5/74; marked "master script - Nick Sgarro"
               on front page;  128 pp., including timing, notes,
               with few annotations.  Sgarro was script
               supervisor.

Box 23A   Screenplay, 7/26/73, maroon vinyl cover
                    
               143 pp.; no annotations

Box 23A   Screenplay, 7/26/73, maroon vinyl cover

               143 pp.; no annotations

Box 23A   Screenplay, rehearsal draft, 12/8/73, black vinyl cover

               128 pp.; no annotations

Box 23A   Screenplay, rehearsal draft, 12/8/73, black vinyl cover

               128 pp.; no annotations

Box 23B   Screenplay, rehearsal draft, 12/8/73, black vinyl cover

               128 pp.; no annotations

Box 23B   Screenplay, revised rehearsal draft, 12/8/73

               Marked "revisions up to date 1/2/74;" label on
               black vinyl cover was "revised rehearsal draft,
               1/2/74;" 128 pp. with revisions

Box 21C   Fosse notebook

Box 23B   Screenplay, first draft, maroon vinyl cover

               72 pp.; very few notations

Box 23B   Screenplay, revised draft, 11/13/70

               120 pp.; grey paper cover marked: "No. 1;" unmarked

Box 23B   Screenplay, first draft, 3/30/70, green paper cover

               142 pp.; unmarked

Box 23B   Screenplay

               Marked both "#1" and "No. 3"on title page; 105 pp.;
               unmarked

Box 23C   Screenplay

               Marked "Script No. 4" on title page, with Julian
               Barry notes (photocopied) on title page; 105 pp.
               with notation (photocopy)

Box 23C   Screenplay, work in progress

               Marked "work in progress" on title page, with
               handwritten note to Bob Fosse signed "Julian;" 52
               pp.; unmarked

Box 23C   Screenplay

               105+ pp. with revised pages; unmarked

Box 23C   Screenplay, revised 2nd draft, 8/3/70

               Marked "production # 8895" on  yellow paper cover;
               124 pp.; unmarked

Box 23C   Screenplay, 2nd draft, 5/19/70, green paper cover

               149 pp.; unmarked



                        LITTLE ME (Fosse)

Box 44E   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 44D   PRESS REVIEWS

Box 44C   Script, 8/71, black vinyl cover

               Marked # 21; 130 pp.; unmarked

Box 44D   PROGRAM

               Playbill, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 1/7/63

Box 44D   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               THEATRE ARTS, 11/62: "The Seven Caesars," by
               Richard and Betsy Gehman; THEATRE ARTS, 5/63, on
               Tony Nominations; NEWSWEEK, 11/26/62 (cover): "Sid
               Caesar: The Many Faces of LITTLE ME;" "Conquest of
               the 7 Caesars," by Richard Lemon; DANCE Magazine,
               6/63: "Lament for Broadway," by Leo Lerman

Box 44C   FINANCIAL
               1963-65, assorted royalty statements and associated
               correspondence; 1963 financial statement for Hot
               Spot Venture (LITTLE ME?)

Box 44C   CASTING

               Audition schedules and notes, callbacks, 1962

Box 44D   FOSSE NOTEBOOK

               Composition notebook, with handwritten notes,
               including dance notes, production list; also legal
               pad pages with notes on dances, stage business,
               etc.

Boxes 44C LEGAL
     -44D
               1964 licensing agreement with Tams Witmark; Bob
               Fosse's co-director and choreographer agreements,
               various drafts, one signed, related correspondence
               and notes; royalty agreements; agreements on
               soundtrack album rights; Letter of Instructions;
               British licensing agreements; agreement for the
               original cast album with RCA; material on proposed
               tour, etc.

Boxes 44C LEGAL
     -44D
               Continuation of #9

Box 93A   POSTERS

               Framed poster, 15x23, original, color, Lunt-
               Fontanne Theatre

               Artist's design paste-up, by Paul Bacon, 20x28



                    THE LITTLE PRINCE (Fosse)

Box 44D   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               VARIETY, Japan, 1985 (2 different issues); SIGHT &
               SOUND, Summer 1973 (cover)

Box 44E   PRESS REVIEWS

Box 44E   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 44D   PRODUCTION MISCELLANEOUS

               Unit list, editing notes



                      LIZA WITH A Z (Fosse)

Box 45A   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 45A   Script

               Tabbed production script, with lyrics, props,
               timing, etc.; annotated by Bob Fosse

Box 45A   Script, 1st draft, 5/27/71

               27 pp.; few notes

Box 45A   FINANCIAL

               Budget, LIZA WITH A Z account

Box 45A   FOSSE NOTEBOOK

               Composition notebook marked "LIZA TV" with dance
               notes, music and lyric notes, etc.; not very
               extensive

Box 45A   CORRESPONDENCE

               1 fan letter, 1973



                      LOVE LETTERS (Verdon)

Box 45A   CORRESPONDENCE

               Letter, 1990, from producer



                THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT (Fosse)

Box 45A   MADWOMAN: MISCELLANEOUS

               [Note: this is a project Bob Fosse began work on;
               Jerry Alden cover letter and "concept, MADWOMAN of
               CHAILLOT musical version 8/3/62;" outline; Bob
               Fosse notes; producing manager's contract, Bob
               Fosse and the Dramatists Guild, with letter 5/20/59
               attached]



                       MAGNUM, PI (Verdon)

Box 45A   Script, bound leather
                    
               Cover embossed "Resolutions" and Gwen Verdon;
               dedication to Gwen Verdon from Tom Selleck,
               "Thanks, 'mom';" 236 pp.; production date, 2/5/88

Box 45A   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS



                  MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER (Verdon)

Box 45A   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

               1 clipping with attached note

Box 86A   MISCELLANEOUS

               color advertisement from magazine, 9 1/2 x 12 1/2



                    MY SISTER EILEEN (Fosse)

Box 45A   Script, bound leather

               Embossed cover "MY SISTER EILEEN, BOB FOSSE;"
               revised final draft screenplay, 10/4/54; frontpiece
               8x10 black and white photo of Janet Leigh and Bob
               Fosse, and 2nd inset 8x10 black and white photo of
               3-shot with Bob Fosse; 218 pp.

Box 45A   SONG SHEET



               NEW GIRL IN TOWN (Fosse and Verdon)

Box 44E   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 45B   PROGRAMS

               Playbill, 46th St. Theatre, 10/57

Box 45B   FINANCIAL/LEGAL

               1 letter 1/13/58 concerning royalty agreement on
               possibly closing show; 9/27/56 Bob Fosse
               choreography contract; 9/28/57 "summary statement
               of receipts and disbursements;" 3/1/58 and 2/22/58
               weekly financial statements

Box 57B   MUSIC

               Music sheets for "Ven I Valse"

Box 85B   MISCELLANEOUS

               Costume Sketch (1) Gwen Verdon, for NEW GIRL IN
               TOWN

Box 93A   POSTER

               Framed poster, damaged, tape; 15x23, Oscar Liebman,
               artist, color, 46th St. Theatre



           ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER (Fosse)

Box 45B   Script, 3/9/64

               123 pp.; some annotation

Box 45B   CASTING

               Cast breakdown; audition schedule and notes, 1964;
               note: some of this seemed to include LITTLE ME and
               PLEASURES AND PALACES material

Box 45B   LEGAL

               1963 correspondence re: contracts; Bob Fosse draft
               director/choreographer contract with attached
               correspondence, notes, revisions, etc.

Box 45B   FOSSE NOTEBOOK

               Composition notebook marked "Clear Day & Odd
               Ideas," including dance notes and character notes



                ONCE UPON AN EASTERTIME (Verdon)

Box 45B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

               Note: show air date of 4/18/54, CBS



                     THE PAJAMA GAME (Fosse)

          (Various stage productions and film version)

Box 45B   CONTRACTS

               Warner Bros. and Bob Fosse 1956 choreography
               contract for motion picture; 1973 revival
               choreography agreement; 1954 choreography agreement
               for the play; MGM 1954 letter re: Bob Fosse's being
               under contract to MGM when he left to do the play;
               Bob Fosse letter to Jean Dalrymple re: reproduction
               of Bob Fosse choreography in Lincoln Center
               production; Bob Fosse letter, 1957 on summer stock
               use of his choreography

Box 45B   PROGRAMS

               PlaybillS: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 12/73; St. James
               Theatre, 8/55; souvenir program

Box 45B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 45B   REVIVAL, 1973

               7/73 letter to Sam Cohn re: percentages to be paid
               in revival

Box 93A   PAJAMA GAME

               Framed poster, 15x23, color, Peter Arno design, St.
               James Theatre



                        PAL JOEY (Fosse)

                      (Various Productions)

Box 45C   SCRIPT, black paper cover

               Undated; 78 pp.; fragile; very few markings

Box 45C   SCRIPT, REVIVAL 1952, black cover

               78 pp.; "Bob Fosse" written on title page; few
               markings

Box 45B   SCRIPT, REVIVAL 1952

               78 pp.; no annotation

Box 45B   O'HARA STORY

               Photocopy of John O'Hara's PAL JOEY short story

Box 45C   PROGRAMS

               Roosevelt Playhouse, Miami (1 original, 4
               photocopies); Playbills, City Center 5/27/63 (Bob
               Fosse) (2 copies); City Center 5/29/61 (3 copies);
               souvenir programs, City Center (Bob Fosse) (4
               copies)

Box 45C   LIBRETTO AND LYRICS

               2 photocopies of Random House publication, 1952

Box 45C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1961-63

Box 45C   CONTRACT, 1963

               City Center choreography agreement; standard Actors
               Equity agreement

Box 45C   CONTRACT, 1955

               Bob Fosse, Actors Equity contract

Box 45C   PRESS REVIEWS

Box 45C   FOSSE: CHOREOGRAPHY NOTES

               Handwritten, 6 pp.

Box 45C   VOCAL SCORE

               Published by Chappell & Co., Inc

Box 93A   POSTERS

               Framed poster, black and white photo, 10x14 (photo
               size), of Viveca Lindfors and Fosse, by Alice
               Jeffrey, 1965; in 17x21 frame

Item 96A       20x40 Foamcore mounted photo of Fosse young, in
               robe



                     LE PETITE CAFE (Fosse)

Box 45C   SCRIPT

               2 very fragile pages, and 2 photocopies of a play
               Bob Fosse wrote as a child



                         PIPPIN (Fosse)

Box 24E   MUSIC

               "Spread a Little Sunshine" (2); "Magic To Do"

Box 25C   PLAYBILLS

               Imperial Theatre: 1973: March, April, May, June;
               Imperial Theatre: April 1976, December 1975,
               October 1972 (2); Program, Kennedy Center,
               September 1972

Box 25D   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               THE NEW YORKER, Nov. 4, 1974: "Carolingian Razzle
               Dazzle," by Brendan Gill (2 copies); TIME, Nov. 6,
               1972: "Medieval Hippie," by T.E. Kalem (2)

Box 25D   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               NEWSWEEK, Nov. 6, 1972, "Charley's Kid," by Jack
               Kroll; LIFE, Nov. 17, 1972, "Happy Reign for
               PIPPIN" (2 copies)

Box 25C   SONGBOOK

               PIPPIN "vocal selection"

Box 25D   PRESS REVIEWS - 1972

               Including radio and television transcripts,
               magazine clips and photocopies of newspaper
               clippings, etc.

Box 25D   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS - 1972

               Newspaper clips only

Box 25D   PRESS REVIEWS - 1978, Los Angeles

               Including radio and television transcripts,
               magazine clips and photocopies of newspaper
               clippings, etc.

Box 25D   PRESS, Miscellaneous - 1973-82

               Newspaper clippings

Box 25D   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS - 1975

Box 25D   PRESS REVIEWS - 1986

               Including radio and television transcripts,
               magazine clips and photocopies of newspaper
               clippings, etc.

Box 25D   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS - 1972

Box 25D   PRESS REVIEWS - 1978, Los Angeles

               Including radio and television transcripts,
               magazine clips and photocopies of newspaper
               clippings, etc.

Box 25D   PRESS REVIEWS - 1972

               Including radio and television transcripts,
               magazine clips and photocopies of newspaper
               clippings, etc.

Box 25A   LEGAL/FINANCIAL

               Bob Fosse contract, 3/3/72, with Stuart Ostrow;
               legal correspondence, 197--72; prospectus, the
               PIPPIN Co., 4/10/72; Limited Partnership Agreement,
               PIPPIN Co., draft; 9/12/73, correspondence and
               briefs, Schwartz-Ostrow (Alvin Deutsch is attorney
               for Ostrow); 1973: pension and welfare payments,
               London agreement; 1973-76: royalties information;
               1974: TOFT, Lincoln Center agreement; 1971: draft,
               Bob Fosse authors; 1971: contract draft for
               direction/choreography

Box 24C   DEPOSITION: Grove Entertainment vs. PIPPIN/Ostrow

               313 pp. deposition  of Bob Fosse, 5/13/76

Box 24C   STUART OSTROW FOUNDATION, 1973-81 (1)

               This material was boxed with PIPPIN.  Primarily
               1970's material: correspondence, theatre fact
               sheets (Williamstown, Goodspeed, St. Clements),
               Board of Directors' papers, fundraising, Musical
               Theatre Lab (Kennedy Center) papers, budgets,
               reports, hiring information, script lists, etc.

Box 24C   STUART OSTROW FOUNDATION, 1973-81 (2)

               Same as above

Box 24C   STUART OSTROW FOUNDATION, 1973-81 (3)

               Same as above

Box 25A   RESEARCH

               Photocopied book excerpts, including "Musical
               Instruments of the Medieval Age"

Box 25B   CASTING

               Correspondence, Stuart Ostrow, Michael Shurtleff,
               Bob Fosse, 1972-73; audition schedules, recall
               lists, casting cards, etc.

Box 25B   CASTING

               Same as above; 1971-77

Box 25B   CASTING

               Same as above; plus polaroids

Box 25A   STAGE MANAGER'S REPORTS, 1977

               January- May 1977, December 1976

Box 25A   TECH NOTES

               For 2/3/76 and undated performances; 6/13/74 letter
               from Bob Fosse to cast

Box 25A   PIPPIN COMPANY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

               11/30/75, 12/28/75

Box 24C   OSTROW FOUNDATION FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

               Not related to PIPPIN; dated 1974, 75, 76, 78

Box 25A   SHEEHAN TELE-SCENES (1)

               Same as 27 below

Box 25A   SHEEHAN TELE-SCENES (2)

               Concerning television production; contact
               sheet/cast list; 1981-82 correspondence between
               David Sheehan and Bob Fosse, plus related
               correspondence (e.g. DGA) including: production
               concept, proposed production schedule, notes (not
               Bob Fosse) on arrangements, terms, editing; 2/1/81
               contract for options to PIPPIN (Hirson/Schwartz);
               3/26/81 copy of final agreement Sheehan Tele-
               Scenes/Hillard Elkins Organization (executive
               producer); PIPPIN post-production editing schedule;
               HOLLYWOOD REPORTER press; extensive Fosse notes;
               program for Hamilton Place production of PIPPIN;
               miscellany 

Box 25C   FAMILY HOME ENTERTAINMENT

               Handbill ads for 1981 release of THE PIPPIN; 2 news
               clippings re: auction of PIPPIN videotape rights,
               and settlement between MCPS Video Industries vs.
               David Sheehan Tele-scenes

Box 25A   CORRESPONDENCE, including Opening Night, 1972

               9/11/72 opening night: telegrams, personal notes,
               also on subsequent performances

Box 25A   VIENNA PRODUCTION

               1973 correspondence re: Theater An Der Wein
               production

Box 25A   LAS VEGAS REVIEW

               1973 draft agreement re: show

Box 25A   PIPPIN PRODUCTION MISCELLANEOUS, 1971-75

               1971 correspondence Bob Fosse to Ostrow; various
               cast lists; set budget 8/7/72; stage moves for
               cast; 12/29/71 tentative production schedule; lists
               on characters, costume changes, set elements;
               production schedule, London, 1973; Bob Fosse
               memorial for Irene Ryan; correspondence 1977, Alvin
               Deutsch and Bob Fosse re: revised script; 1973
               Ostrow to Bob Fosse on PIPPIN motion picture; 1977
               Deutsch to Bob Fosse on National Road tour, plus
               travel schedule; memos on PIPPIN television
               commercial and costs; job requests; Bob Fosse notes
               on PIPPIN

Box 85F   PIPPIN Poster and Art

               Color poster, 41 x 64 1/2; photo montage of color
               snapshots of cast members, 21 x 18 1/2, on suede
               leather backing, handmade

Box 93A   POSTERS

               Framed poster, 15x23, color, Opera House at the
               Kennedy Center

               Framed poster, black and white, 16x22, Box 87B with
               press quotes



                        PIPPIN - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script.]

Box 24A   SCRIPT (REVISED)

               Undated; marked # 26; with revisions dated 2/27/72;
               some handwritten Bob Fosse annotation; 103 pp.

Box 24A   SCRIPT, blue vinyl cover

               Undated; 107 pp.; no annotations

Box 24A   SCRIPT, blue vinyl cover

               Undated; marked # 6; 107 pp.; no annotations 

Box 24A   REHEARSAL SCRIPT, 8/7/72, blue vinyl cover

               Marked # 2, "Bob Fosse" written on title page;
               contains revisions dated 8/22, 9/10; annotations by
               Bob Fosse (and other), and diagram/sketches 

Box 24A   PRODUCTION SCRIPT, 10/23/72, blue vinyl cover

               Marked "authorized version;" 96 pp. no annotation

Box 24A   PRODUCTION SCRIPT, 10/23/72, blue vinyl cover

               96 pp. no annotation

Box 24A   PRODUCTION SCRIPT, 10/23/72

               Marked "authorized version;" 96 pp. no annotation

Box 24A   PRODUCTION SCRIPT, 10/23/72

               Marked "authorized version;" 96 pp. no annotation

Box 24B   PRODUCTION SCRIPT, 10/23/72

               Marked "authorized version;" 96 pp.; with extensive
               original and photocopied annotations; this would
               seem to contain Bob Fosse's notes upon seeing the
               play with an audience

Box 24B   REHEARSAL SCRIPT, 8/7/72, red spring cover

               Marked # 43, "Copy revised" and "Bob Fosse;" with
               numerous revised pages, some original (not Bob
               Fosse) and photocopied changes

Box 24B   PRODUCTION SCRIPT, 4/1/76, black vinyl cover

               Marked "authorized version;" 96 pp. no annotation

Box 24B   SCRIPT REVISIONS

               200+ revised script pages; handwritten annotations;
               very miscellaneous

Box 24B   SCRIPT PAGES AND REVISIONS

               Early version with revisions and handwritten
               annotations; pages marked "rough draft"; some of
               this is from Roger Hirson and includes a note to
               Bob Fosse from Roger Hirson on changes.

Box 24B   SCRIPT REVISIONS

               Assorted pages of script revisions; few
               annotations; Bob Fosse note at front

Box 24B   SCRIPT REVISIONS

               More pages, multiple dates, some annotation

Box 24B   PRODUCTION SCRIPT, 4/1/74

               96 pp.; unmarked



                  PLEASURES AND PALACES (Fosse)

Box 46A   PROGRAMS

               Souvenir program

Box 46A   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

               Including coverage of Bob Fosse's lawsuit on
               choreography

Box 46A   SCRIPT, 1/25/65

               Marked "Bob Fosse;" extensively annotated

Box 46A   FOSSE'S NOTEBOOK

               With handwritten dance notes, etc.

Box 46A   COSTUMES

               Copies of Wittop's design sketches; costume
               research from file marked "Fashions & Costumes"

Box 46A   SCRIPT PAGES

               Partial script, lots of revisions and annotation;
               lyric sheets; note to Bob Fosse re: understudies

Box 46A   CASTING

               Audition schedules and notes (some of these marked
               "Ex-Lover"; this was the original title)

Box 46A   LEGAL/FINANCIAL

               1964 draft contract and notes, Bob Fosse
               director/choreographer; agreements with Music
               Theatre International over net profits; many Jack
               Perlman notes (Jack Perlman was Bob Fosse's
               attorney); 1965 assistant choreographer contracts;
               royalty and box office correspondence; proposed
               Detroit production schedule 

Box 85F   POSTER

               Color lithograph, 14x22, Fisher Theatre, Detroit



                      THE RED MILL (Verdon)

Box 58B   PROGRAM

               Souvenir program, 1940, Victor Herbert's THE RED
               MILL, featuring the Broadbent Ballet Dancers, with
               Gwen Verdon



                   REDHEAD (Fosse and Verdon)

Box 46B   SCRIPT, red vinyl cover

               Undated; 113 pp.; some annotation (Gwen Verdon's
               copy?); list of musical numbers, lyrics

Box 46B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, Philadelphia

Box 46B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, New York and Washington, D.C. 

Box 46B   SONGSHEETS

               "I Feel Merely Marvelous," "The Right Finger of My
               Left Hand;"

Box 46B   PROGRAMS

               Playbills: 46th St. Theatre, 2/2/59 (2 copies),
               1959, 5/18/59; Shubert Theatre, 3/60, 4/60;
               National Theatre 1958 (59?); Shubert, Philadelphia;
               Shubert, New Haven, 12/27/58 (world premiere);
               handbills (3) from Arie Crown Theatre at McCormick
               Place

Box 46B   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               DANCE Magazine, 5/59: "Closeup of REDHEAD," by Leo
               Lerman (2 copies); THIS WEEK (D.C.), 12/28/58 (2
               copies); DANCE Magazine, 3/59: "At the Theatre," by
               Leo Lerman

Box 46B   CONTRACTS

               Gwen Verdon's 1958 contract draft, extensive
               changes and Perlman notes; Bob Fosse's 1958
               contract, director/choreographer; miscellaneous
               contracts, including Donald McKayle's for
               additional choreography

Box 46B   STATIONERY

               REDHEAD-logo business envelopes; few thank you
               notes

Box 46B   McKAYLE vs. FOSSE

               1959-60, extensive: Perlman notes, documentation
               (such as Gwen Verdon's handwritten account of
               events, "preparation for exam before trial," cross
               examinations, summonses, interviews, etc.) and
               general legal papers on McKayle vs. Fosse lawsuit

Box 46B   McKAYLE vs FOSSE

               Continuation of above file

Box 46B   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, general

Box 57E   MUSIC 

               "Simply Marvelous," "I Feel Merely Marvelous,"
               "Tom's Apartment," "Look Who's in Love," "'Erbie
               Fitch's Dilemma," "Pickpocket Tango," "The Right
               Finger of Me Left Hand"

Box 86D   PRESS, Fragile

               Fragile magazines (complete), magazine pages, and
               newspaper clippings, bound to matte board, from:
               REDHEAD, 1958-60

                    LIFE Magazine, 2/23/59: REDHEAD (Verdon)
                    cover(2 complete magazines)

Box 85F   POSTERS

               Color, 41x64, 46th St. Theatre

Box 93A   POSTER, framed

               Framed poster, 15x23, original, color, 46th St.
               Theatre

Box 86A   PHOTOS

               REDHEAD (loose): 13x16 black and white mounted
               photo of Verdon and Richard Kiley, by Murray Laden



                  THE SEASONS OF YOUTH (Fosse)

Box 46C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

               Note: Nov. 1/61 ABC television special



                         STAR 80 (Fosse)

Box 31C   RESEARCH: interviews with Hugh Hefner...

               Transcripts of interviews, Cushner, Hefner, and
               "random details from notebooks"

Box 31C   RESEARCH: Hefner and PLAYBOY, Stratten Enterprises, etc.

               Also including research material on Peter
               Bogdanovich; photocopied photos of Playboy Mansion
               interiors, and of Hefner

Box 31D   RESEARCH: Press about Stratten's death

Box 31E   RESEARCH: VILLAGE VOICE/PLAYBOY, and Nash stories

               Teresa Carpenter's VOICE Stratten story, PLAYBOY
               article, and excerpt from Jay Robert Nash, "Murder
               Among the Mighty"

Box 31C   RESEARCH: Hugh Hefner and Paul Snider clippings

Box 31C   RESEARCH: PLAYBOY correspondence

               1980 interoffice PLAYBOY correspondence, mixture of
               personal and professional; correspondence from
               Hefner re: writing of the Stratten tribute

Box 31C   RESEARCH: Hefner photos

Box 42E   NEGATIVES:

               Assorted black and white, color photos of Hefner

Box 31C   MISCELLANEOUS SOURCE MATERIAL: research/legal

               Ladd Co. interoffice memo, 1981, attached to
               extensive Bob Fosse letter (to Sam Cohn) re: source
               material for STAR 80; 2 outlines of "Dorothy
               Stratten Project;" Bob Fosse to Cohn, 1981,
               documenting sources; Bob Fosse handwritten drafts
               and notes on sources; few pieces miscellaneous
               correspondence re: STAR 80; clipping on Stratten
               Story (Television); several script pages

Box 31C   SOURCE MATERIAL: research/legal

               1981-82, correspondence between Cohn, Bob Fosse,
               Ladd Co., and law offices of Rosenfeld, Meyer and
               Susman documenting sources, legal questions,
               procedures etc.; Ladd Co. memos on possible cuts;
               extensive file

Box 31B   PHOTOS: lists

               Lists, including Bob Fosse notes, on photography
               needed for film, e.g. montage shots

Box 31B   LEGAL: contracts and budgets

               Draft copy of Bob Fosse contract for story,
               screenplay and directing services, 9/22/81; Sven
               Nykvist loanout agreement; cover sheet, Casilli
               release form; agreement, Bob Fosse and Ladd Co.,
               2/3/82; Bob Fosse and Teresa Carpenter agreement,
               12/1/80; Bob Fosse's final cut agreement with Ladd
               Co., 1/19/82; Ladd Co. re: rights to Carpenter's
               story, 2/10/82; Bob Fosse/Ladd Co. agreements,
               story, screenplay, directing, executive producer,
               1982, with Bob Fosse's handwritten notes; VILLAGE
               VOICE quitclaim on Carpenter story; releases and
               payments for videocassettes (tapes of Stratten);
               some Bob Fosse personal expense miscellaneous;
               Hemingway expense miscellaneous; 10/28/82 STAR 80
               cost report

Box 31B   SHOOTING SCHEDULES

               Vancouver; also shooting schedule with set, cast
               and props description

Box 31B   CALL SHEETS

Box 31B   IMMIGRATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS, VANCOUVER

               Ladd Co. memos for cast/crew work and
               accommodations in Canada

Box 31B   CONTACT LISTS 

               Staff, crew, cast, including Vancouver

Box 31B   MISCELLANEOUS LOCATION LISTS, SHOOTING SCHEDULES AND
          TRAVEL INFORMATION

               Canadian location lists, surveys, shooting
               schedules, travel memos

Box 31B   FOSSE: HOUSES

               Correspondence and miscellany re: possible Bob
               Fosse residences throughout filmmaking

Box 35A   PRODUCTION MISCELLANY

               Brochure, Vancouver; Bob Fosse's jury summons;
               miscellaneous interoffice memos; videocassette
               research lists; memo re: Vancouver police
               procedures; list of Hemingway polaroid montage
               poses

Box 31B   SET BLUEPRINTS

Box 31B   INTEROFFICE MEMOS AND CORRESPONDENCE

               Memos, Ladd Co., Bob Fosse; 1982 calendar; blank
               release forms, maps, phone call lists;
               miscellaneous production schedules; appointment
               schedules, etc.

Box 31C   RESEARCH: Stratten and Snider autopsy reports

               Autopsy, medical, and case reports

Box 31D   RESEARCH: Dorothy Stratten press

               Prior to death

Box 31B   LEGAL: contracts, releases, etc.

               Interview releases; Bob Fosse film director deal
               memos; DGA memos; staff and crew loanout
               agreements; list of signed contracts; Bob Fosse and
               K. Meyers letters to Kanter, Ladd Co. re: script
               changes; Bob Fosse's letter to Peternella Eldridge
               (Stratten's mother) offering payment to family;
               1981 PLAYBOY attorney correspondence re: PLAYBOY
               trademark; correspondence legal services billing;
               KOJAK footage clearance; employment agreements, Bob
               Fosse, cast and crew; collective agreement with
               Canadian DGA, Teamsters and others; RF Productions
               Canadian registration

Box 35A   EUROPEAN TRIP: Fosse

               2/7/84, 2/20/84, schedules, brochures for Bob
               Fosse's publicity tours; interview schedules, phone
               numbers, etc.

Box 35A   LOS ANGELES TRIP: Fosse

               Information on research trip for film; phone lists,
               notes, Academy Players Directory, etc.

Box 35C   TITLES AND CREDITS

               DGA correspondence re: credits, 1983; main titles,
               etc. with legal requirements; yellow "Fosse"
               notebook with notes on titles, spotting, and music
               spotting notes by reel

Box 31C   RESEARCH: notes on Hefner/PLAYBOY,(Cis Rundle)

               Letters and notes on PLAYBOY Mansion activities and
               lifestyle by Cis Rundle to Bob Fosse

Box 35B   MUSIC

               Blue notebook "Top albums and singles, 1978, 79,
               80; 1 Billboard Publications/research notebook

Box 35B   MUSIC

               2 Billboard Publications/research notebooks

Box 35B   PREMIERE

               Press clipping; benefit invitation and thank you to
               Bob Fosse from Postgraduate Center for Mental
               Health (premiere beneficiary); 3 premiere souvenir
               programs

Box 35B   SCREENINGS

               Memos, guest lists, theatre lists, screening
               schedules; screening notes (for editing)

Box 31B   "PATTI JAMES NOTES"

               James was Bob Fosse's California assistant; phone
               lists; cast/crew lists for PERSONAL BEST;
               information on photographer Mario Casilli

Box 35A   PUBLICITY: production notes

               Biographies; standard press stories on actors,
               locations, etc; Ladd Co. publicity

Box 35A   PUBLICITY

               Extensive; interview schedules; interviewer lists;
               memos, Lee Gross, Ladd Co.; Bob Fosse letter to
               Mariel Hemingway on publicity

Box 31D   RESEARCH: Stratten, "Saturday Show"

               Excerpt from interview transcript

Box 35A   CORRESPONDENCE

               Miscellaneous: from critics; personal notes,
               telegrams; some Bob Fosse/Ladd Co. correspondence
               about film stock; Roger Rees/Bob Fosse
               correspondence on immigration matters; inquiries
               from individuals hoping to work as consultants on
               film; fan mail, reactions to film; WGA letter on
               withdrawal of WGA/Warner Bros. case, 1984

Box 35A   EDITING NOTES

               Bob Fosse's extensive, handwritten editing notes

Box 35A   EDITING NOTES

               Bob Fosse's extensive, handwritten editing notes

Box 35B   SCREENING NOTES

               Bob Fosse's handwritten notes, typed transcript

Box 35A   CORRESPONDENCE, SPECIAL

               Bogdanovich memo 3/5/82 to Bob Pawsner re: STAR 80;
               Louise Hoogstraten (Stratten's sister) letter to
               Bob Fosse 8/29/83 and Bob Fosse letter draft
               response; Bob Fosse draft, special screening
               invitation to unknown person

Box 35C   STAR 80 - TELEVISION VERSION

               Lists of possible cuts for Television version of
               film

Box 35A   LOOPING

               From Sound One, including voice over info - cue
               sheets, schedules, etc.

Box 35A   CONTINUITY

               Continuity/reels, from folder dated 5/10/83

Box 35B   MUSIC TIMING SHEETS

               Bob Fosse's tabbed notebook of music timing sheets,
               with some notes

Box 35B   MUSIC, MISCELLANEOUS

               Music department inventory; sheet music; annotated
               lyric sheets; Ladd Co. memos on song quotes,
               licensing fees; music spotting notes by reel; song
               sheets

Box 31C   RESEARCH: AUTOS

               Brochures on various cars

Box 35C   CASTING, notebook

               Brown cover; including cast list, interview
               schedule and notes

Box 35C   CASTING - "LA"

               Cast lists, audition/interview schedules, audition
               scripts; Eric Roberts biography

Box 35D   CASTING - "Audition scenes"

               For leads

Box 35D   CASTING - "Eileen, open call"

               Studio 54, 3/11/82; photo/resumes

Box 35D   CASTING - "Playboy"

               Men and women, photo/resumes, polaroids

Box 35D   CASTING - "General"

               Cast list, women and men audition schedules,
               audition scenes, photo/resumes

Box 35D   CASTING -  "General"

               Same as above

Box 34A   CASTING - "Comic"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Eileen, NY"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Faye or Betty, maybe"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Aram"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Mark, Joey, Makeup Lady"

               Audition scenes

Box 34A   CASTING

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Off bulletin board in Fosse's office"

               Photos and information on actors and actresses cast

Box 34A   CASTING - "Roy, Pete Rose, Bobo, Phil Wass, Vince"
                    
               Audition scenes, photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "DQ blonde"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Charlie, Geber/NY men"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Fineman"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Mark"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Female emcee"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34A   CASTING - "Hefner"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "NY women/Dorothy"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "CA women/Dorothy"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Paul/NY"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Paul/California men"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "TOOTSIE girls"

               Photocopied resumes from Dustin Hoffman

Box 34B   CASTING - "Football player jock"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING -"Mrs. Hoogstraten"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Interviewer"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "George"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Meg"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Principal"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Eileen, CA"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Eileen, callbacks/NY/CA"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34B   CASTING - "Possible Eileens"

               Photo/resumes and polaroids

Box 34C   CASTING - "NO, Eileens"

               Photo/resumes and polaroids

Box 34C   CASTING - "Calder"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34C   CASTING - "NY supporting actors"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34C   CASTING - "Possible, no specific role"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34C   CASTING - "YES/CA"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34C   CASTING - "Unsolicited resumes"

               Photo/resumes

Box 34C   CASTING - "California casting"

               Audition schedules, photo/resumes

Box 35C   CASTING - "Cast/crew"

               Audition/interview schedules

Box 35D   CASTING - General

               Photo/resumes, polaroids, audition schedules,
               notes, correspondence, some snapshots

Box 35D   CASTING - General

               Photo/resumes, polaroids, audition schedules,
               notes, correspondence, some snapshots

Box 35D   CASTING - "Eileen"

               Audition cards

Box 35D   CASTING - "CA, Wednesday"

               Photo/resumes, polaroids

Box 35D   CASTING - "CA, Thursday"

               Photo/resumes, polaroids

Box 36D   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 36C   PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 36B   TRADE ADS

               For Academy Award and other nominations

Box 36B   TRADE ADS

               For Academy Award and other nominations

Box 36D   FOREIGN PRESS REVIEWS

Box 36D   PROMOTION AND PUBLICITY

               Interview requests; Bob Fosse publicity itinerary; 
               screening lists, promo/publications list;
               correspondence re: various publicity proposals for
               film; marketing ideas; critics' post-screening
               comments

Box 36C   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               LIFE, 11/83 (1st run copy): "Making Over Mariel,"
               by Cyndi Stivers; ROLLING STONE, 1/19/84: "Bob
               Fosse's Follies," by Barry Rehfeld (2 copies)

Box 36C   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               NEWSWEEK, 11/14/83: "An American Sleaze Tragedy,"
               by Jack Kroll (2 copies); TIME, 1/2/84, "Best of
               1983 Review;" PEOPLE, 12/5/83: "Cliff Robertson,"
               by Michelle Green

Box 36C   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               TIME, 11/14/83: "A Centerfold Tragedy of Manners,"
               by Richard Schickel (3 copies)

Box 36C   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               LA REVUE DU CINEMA, 3/84: "Bob Fosse," by Jacques
               Valot; THE CABLE GUIDE, 11/84: "Bob Fosse" (3
               copies); The Arts Magazine, CHICAGO TRIBUNE,
               11/6/83: "Who Killed Playmate Dorothy Stratten?" by
               Gene Siskel

Box 31D   RESEARCH - Stratten

               Playmate of the Year promotional package; photos
               and clips from Stratten's PLAYBOY articles

Box 31D   RESEARCH - Stratten 

               High school yearbook and directory
               2, listing Dorothy Hoogstraten

Box 31D   MARIEL HEMINGWAY - publicity

               PLAYBOY article, using photos

Box 36A   PHOTOS - Stratten/Casilli

               Photocopies of Mario Casilli's shots of Stratten as
               Playmate of the Year

Box 36A   PHOTOS - Stratten/Snider

               Numerous snapshots (some photocopies) of Paul
               Snider and Stratten - personal snaps

Box 36A   PHOTOS - Casilli/Vaughan miscellaneous

               Photos and polaroids shot by Mario Casilli and
               Steve Vaughan

Box 86B   LOCATION PHOTOS, CA

               Large format black and white, taped together

Box 35A   PHOTO LISTS AND OLD PACKING INVENTORIES

Box 36A   PRESS KIT

               Includes photos, biographies, production
               information

Box 35E   MUSIC

Box 36B   TRADE AD

               Mounted on Foamcore

Box 85F   TRADE AD

               Laminated press quotes, 7x13

Item 97I  POSTERS AND PHOTO PROOFS

               STAR 80: color 1 sheet, 27x41, of Mariel Hemingway
               with daisy; 10 sheets of color proofs of Mariel
               Hemingway as Dorothy Stratten, reproducing her
               PLAYBOY poses and cover, 23x36 each; color photo of
               Mariel Hemingway POLAROID montage, 20x24

Box 85A, Item 97J
          POSTERS (damaged)

               NOTE: these were damaged by mildew; they've been
               packaged together.  23x62 French STAR 80 posters,
               (2; 1 is autographed to "Steve" by Bob Fosse);
               47x64 French posters (2, 1 with minimal damage);
               15x21 French handbill (1); French STAR 80 press kit
               (1); 2 press clippings

Box 86B   HANDBILL AND TRADE AD

               Mounted black white film ad, 16x20; STAR 80 15x21
               handbill, color; 12x18 trade ad

          STAR 80, 15x21, handbill, color; 12x18, trade ad

Item 94   PLASTER BUST, Hemingway

               Life size plaster bust of Mariel Hemingway, created
               for death scene

Boxes 41C RESEARCH, Magazines
     -41G
               Various PLAYBOY, PENTHOUSE, and other magazines of
               this genre used for STAR 80 research have been
               packed in these boxes, where additional space was
               available



                     STAR 80 PHOTO MATERIALS

[NOTE: the STAR 80 files contain extensive photographic materials
produced both by Mario Casilli, who shot the PLAYBOY photos for the
film, and by Steven Vaughan, who was the film's still photography. 
Because of the quantity of materials, they are listed separately
from the other general photo files]

Boxes 42A      PHOTOS, NEGATIVE, AND MISCELLANEOUS
     -42E
               "Shoebox:"
                    
               contains small group of Casilli 4x5 black and white
               negatives; one box of polaroids (extensive); group
               of indexed Casilli 4x5 negatives, color, and black
               and white; snapshots of Cliff Robertson as Hugh
               Hefner; envelope marked "Hefner magazine dupes,
               personal photos and dupes, etc.;" 1 packing list
               for Casilli work (for indexed negatives?)

               Assorted Vaughan/Casilli slides

               10 copies of "fake" PLAYBOY "Playmate of the Year,
               1980" issues, with Mariel Hemingway replacing
               Dorothy Stratten

               Archival file folders of:

               Steve Vaughan's work, mainly Vancouver

               Mario Casilli's work

               Elliot Marks' work-these are mainly color photos,
                              various formats, including contact
                              sheets

               From file folder taped shut (Bob Fosse note on
               envelope):" Mariel/Stratten, selected black and
               white, color shots"

Box 41F   PHOTOS AND RESEARCH MISCELLANEOUS 

               PLAYBOY magazines, various, used for research;
               includes some Stratten issues; several copies of
               "Playmate of the Year, 1980" with Hemingway as
               Stratten; hanging files of Vaughan and Casilli
               black and white, and color photos, indexed; blank
               "Playmate of the Year 1980" file folders. Casilli's
               removed.

Box 39A   PHOTOS AND RESEARCH MISCELLANEOUS
   -39C
               Casilli, Marks and Vaughan photos and contact
               sheets

               PLAYBOY magazines, various, used for research;
               includes some Stratten issues; Casilli reject
               slides; Vaughan Vancouver negatives

Box 38A   SLIDES
   -38I
               Vaughan and Casilli reject slides (box originally
               labeled #5).

Box 40A   SLIDES AND RESEARCH MISCELLANEOUS
   -40B,41A
               Reject slides; PLAYBOYS and assorted magazines used
               for research

Box 37A PHOTOGRAPHY, MISCELLANEOUS
   -37F
               4 blue oversized 3 ring binders containing Steve
               Vaughan's contact sheets for: scenes from the film,
               production shots, etc.

               1 blue cloth 3 ring binder containing production
               notes on Casilli photos and polaroids; includes
               notes and numbered slides.

               2 oversized black scrapbooks of clothing ads and
               other clippings from PLAYBOY and assorted
               magazines, for research.



                        STAR 80 - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script.]

Box 32A   Script, 1st draft, 5/7/81

               1st page marked "Names & changes missing;" few
               annotations; 166 pp.

Box 32A   "Pages from 1st draft of script, 5/7/81"

               Script with revised pages; many notes and
               additional pages; 20 pp.

Box 32A   Script, 1st draft, 5/7/81

               1st page marked "Names & changes missing;"unmarked;
               166 pp.

Box 32A   Script, 1st draft, 5/7/81

               166 pp.

Box 32A   Screenplay, 10/81, tan Ladd Co. cover

               Marked "H.F., uncorrected" on title page; 150 pp.;
               unmarked

Box 32B   Screenplay, 10/81, red 3 ring binder

               159 pp.; unmarked

Box 32B   Screenplay, 1/82

               159 pp.; timing notes on title page; some
               annotations

Box 32B   Screenplay, 1/82, green cover

               159 pp.; unmarked

Box 32B   Screenplay, tan Ladd Co. cover

               159 pp.; undated; title page missing; unmarked

Box 32B   Script, "old pages"

               Many revisions, annotations

Box 32B   Script, "old pages"

               Many revisions, annotations

Box 32B   Script, "old pages & Fosse notes"

               Extensive; including lots of notes and ideas, old
               script pages; draft letter in Bob Fosse's hand to
               "Jay" re: real names of characters in STAR 80,
               including source information; much of this file in
               writing other than Bob Fosse's hand

Box 32B   Script revisions

               Packed with 6/7/82 script; 200 pp.; very
               miscellaneous; some notes and annotation

Box 32B   Script, 6/7/82, revisions

               150 pp.; very few markings

Box 31A   Script, 1/82

               Partial?; 159 pp., with inserted notes, otherwise,
               few markings

Box 31A   Screenplay, "old copy"

               From envelope marked same; 82 pp.; very few
               annotations

Box 31A   Script outline

               Script and story outlines for "Dorothy Stratten
               Project"

Box 31A   Fosse notebook and notes

               black composition notebook marked "Notes - Dialogue
               - Moments - HB;" handwritten; including some script
               scenes, list of photos needed for film

Box 31A   Script, "outpages from rehearsal week"

               Annotated

Box 31A   "Quotes for Dorothy's photo sessions scenes"

Box 31A   "Quotes for Dorothy's interview"

Box 31A   "Ideas, improvised dialog"

               From envelope marked same; including script
               revisions, partial story board, dialogue from
               various scenes, some handwritten material; many
               script pages and revisions; also includes partial
               script draft and notes, numbered 1-5, handwritten
               and typed

Box 31A   "Dorothy Stratten Project: Outline, Herb's notes"

               19 pp. outline with handwritten notes by Herb
               (Gardner?)

Box 31A   "Old pages, Fosse script, January"

               Old pages, annotated

Box 33A   Screenplay, 1st draft, 5/7/81, dark brown 3 ring binder

               157+ pp.; original cover label: "STAR 80 -
               Rehearsal Script;" annotated; scene outline

Box 33A   Screenplay, 1st draft, 5/7/81, brown 3 ring binder

               Original cover label: "STAR 80 Working Script;" 166
               pp.; revisions, annotations

Box 33A   "Fosse: Ideas, Schedules, Legal, Addresses, etc.", black
          3 ring binder

               Original cover label marked same; including
               handwritten 6 pp. letter from Herb (Gardner) with
               dialogue for the Playboy Mansion party scenes;
               tabbed binder with sections for script ideas, crew
               lists, casting material, etc.; legal material
               involves possible Bogdanovich and Hoogstraten
               litigation; much on Carpenter sources

Box 33A   Continuity script, black 3 ring binder
   -33B
               Complete continuity script, with dialogue, camera,
               etc.

Box 31B   Locations research, black 3 ring binder

               Original cover label marked same; contains
               reference photos: snapshots of locations,
               California, New York, Canada

Box 33B   Screenplay, 6/7/82, black 3 ring binder

               Striped label: STAR 80; 145 pp.; shot/scene
               breakdowns

Box 31B   Revised shooting schedules, 2/14/82, 2/19/82, 3/5/82

Box 31B   Script, 1st draft, 5/7/81, brown cover)

               Marked "OK but penciled changes;" 157 pp.;
               annotated

          Miscellaneous, shooting and editing

               Assorted, scene print lists, location lists, Bob
               Fosse notes, etc.



                           STEAM HEAT
       (WNET/13 DANCE IN AMERICA documentary on Bob Fosse)

Box 46C   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 46C   PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 46C   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               NINE (KETC Magazine), 2/90: "All That Jazz," by
               Mary Wagner (2 copies); NEW YORK, 2/20/90: mention
               in Television section

Box 46C   MISCELLANEOUS

               2 preview invitations



                      SWEET CHARITY (stage)
                       (Fosse and Verdon)

["Stage" refers to the original stage production. The film version
is listed separately, as are revivals]

Box 29D   MAGAZINE REVIEWS
    30E   
               LIFE, March 25, 1966; IMPRESARIO, December, 1965:
               "Verdon Is Back - and SWEET CHARITY has her!" by
               Florence Semon

Box 30D   PRESS REVIEWS
   -30E
               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 30D   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS
   -30E
               Contains newspaper clippings only, 1965

Box 26C   LEGAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1964-66

               Correspondence, Jack Perlman, 1964, re: CHARITY
               financial negotiations; assistant choreographer
               agreement with Robert Tucker, 1965; correspondence
               related to various agreements, with Columbia
               Records, Fellini, Fields, Coleman, Nancy
               Enterprises, etc.; correspondence re: subsidiary
               rights, credit negotiations, royalties, foreign
               rights, national company proposal, Random House
               publication rights, CHARITY - England, Australia,
               Las Vegas; 12/22/65 partnership agreement for "The
               Small World of Charity;" 9/14/65 Gwen Verdon/Fryer,
               Carr and Harris contract etc.

Box 26C   LEGAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1967-69

               Correspondence re: Caesar's Palace - Las Vegas
               CHARITY; Ed Sullivan Show, 1967; royalty problems
               with CHARITY, London, Australia, New York; Greek
               Theatre, LA; Fellini agreements; Tams-Witmark Music
               Library, etc.

Box 26C   FINANCIAL, 1966-67

               Australian admissions and royalties record, 8/67;
               financial condition reports (Hollender and Shapiro)
               for CHARITY Company, 6/67, Las Vegas and NY; box
               office statements, Palace Theatre, NY, 3-4-5/66;
               balance sheet 6/67; financial condition statements,
               Las Vegas, NY for 10/67; 3 pp. documenting minor
               expenses; summary of operations sheets for National
               Tour, 10/67

Box 26C   MARTIN CHARNIN vs. FRYER, CARR AND HARRIS, INC.

               Correspondence from Jack Perlman re: Charnin vs.
               Fryer, Carr and Harris, Inc., CHARITY Company and
               Robert Fosse, 1966-69, including release form ($1)
               dated 12/71; 2 copies of the cross examination of
               Bob Fosse in this case, 3/69, 6/69; 7/67 legal pad
               notes, handwritten (Perlman): "Fosse account of
               Events;" Drama Bookshop bill with Bob Fosse note:
               "Jack - very important...don't lose" (pertains to
               case; 2 pp. handwritten Bob Fosse notes

Box 26F   COSTUMES

               8x10 photos of costume sketches for most
               characters, 30, marked "IN" and "OUT"

Box 26F   COSTUMES

               8x10 photos of costume sketches for most
               characters, 30, marked "IN" and "OUT"

Box 26D   LYRICS - DIRECTOR'S

               Tabbed lyric sheets with Bob Fosse notes, cuts,
               revisions, etc.

Box 26F   COSTUME PLOT

               Black 3 ring binder with photos of sketches,
               10/27/65, costume plot with notes and item lists

Box 26E   SHEET MUSIC 

               2 are autographed by Simon, Coleman, Fields: "If My
               Friends...," "Poor Everybody Else;" also: "Where Am
               I Going," "Big Spender," "Too Many Tomorrows,"
               "Baby, Dream Your Dream," "You Should See Yourself"

Box 26F   SHEET MUSIC

               "You Should See Yourself" (2 copies); "If My
               Friends..." (2 copies)

Box 26D   CORRESPONDENCE, Opening Night

               1/29/66; extensive telegrams and correspondence

Box 26D   MISCELLANEOUS

               Telegram announcing tour of NYC company; note on
               1967 program; Bob Fosse itinerary for Miami tour;
               costume list from Eaves-Brooks Costume Company,
               undated; 2 programs from Banshees award to Bob
               Hope, 4/26/66, featuring dances from CHARITY

Box 30C   PREMIERE

               2 souvenir programs, 2 opening night tickets

Box 26D   PROGRAMS
    30C
               Playbills: Shubert Theatre, 12/66 (2 copies),
               Palace Theatre, 6/67; Stagebills: Palace Theatre,
               1/67, 2/67, 2/66 (3 copies), 9/66, 10/66

Box 57C   SONGBOOK

               Songbook, "SWEET CHARITY: Vocal Selections"

Box 86A   MISCELLANEOUS

               Sketch, 12 1/2 x 18,"Dear Ms. Charity ...," by Bob
               Costello

Box 86B   HANDBILL

               SWEET CHARITY (stage), 15x22, color, Theatre de la
               Music production

Box 93A   POSTER

               Framed poster, 15x23, original, color, Verdon,
               Palace Theatre



                 SWEET CHARITY (stage) - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script.]

[NOTE: Also check "SWEET CHARITY (revivals) - scripts" for Las
Vegas, 1967, version]

Box 26A   Script, "Original Two Act Version..."

               Marked "Original 2 Act Version, before Simon," and
               "Book by Bert Louis," dated 7/10/65; 143 pp.,
               carbon and originals (?), with handwritten
               annotations; also marked "Bob's original script for
               SWEET CHARITY"

Box 26A   Script, early "Fosse version"

               Marked # 24, "Gwen Verdon, Fosse Version, "Book by
               Bert Louis;" 135 pp., very few annotations, but
               includes notes such as "This is to be
               musicalized..."

Box 26A   Script, revised  8/65

               Carbon; 75 pp.; Act One only; no annotations

Box 26A   Script, Act Two, draft

               62 pp., Act Two; some annotation; carbon

Box 26A   Script, Neil Simon's 1st draft, grey binder

               Marked "Doc's 1st draft;" incomplete, mainly 2nd
               Act, few annotations

Box 26A   Script, Neil Simon's 1st Act revisions, red folder

               Marked same and "Revised, Aug. 1965;" unmarked;
               ALSO: miscellaneous - character list for "New Act
               I," staff directory, tentative production schedule
               8/24/65, dancer list, "conceivable running order,"
               "possible numbers, both songs & dances," some
               lyrics; ALSO: red folder marked "Extra Pages," "I
               don't know where they belong," containing assorted
               unmarked script pages

Box 26A   Script, first cuts, orange vinyl cover

               Marked "First Cuts" "Bob Fosse" and # 62, "Book by
               Neil Simon; 119 pp.; few annotations

Box 26A   Script, green cover

               Marked "Book by Neil Simon," # 51, "Broadway
               Version;" 119 pp.; no annotations

Box 26A   Script, green cover

               Marked "Book by Neil Simon," # 51 (sic), "Broadway
               Version;" 119 pp.; no annotations

Box 26A   Script, green cover

               Marked "Book by Neil Simon," # 51 (sic), "Broadway
               Version;" 119 pp.; no annotations

Box 26B   Production script, Paul Phillips, black spring binder

               Marked # 8; Phillips was stage manager; tabbed
               script with all acts marked, including tech plot,
               light cues, etc., annotated; and file folder marked
               "(Paul Phillips) advance materials for SWEET
               CHARITY" includes xeroxed photos, prop list,
               running order, staff directory

Box 30B   Fosse's Notebook

               Containing handwritten choreography notes, etc.

Box 26A   Fosse Notes

               This has some CHARITY filmscript pages, but also
               has notes attached to various drafts: A) "Early
               notes on show called Dance Hall before seeing
               CABIRIA"  B) "Translation of Spanish Man in (?)
               Charnin didn't get"  C) "Misc. notes on CHARITY;"
               These notes are in Bob Fosse's hand

Box 27A   Script, orange vinyl cover
                    
               Title paged marked "old, #80;" 119 pp.; unmarked;
               undated

Box 27A   Script, red vinyl cover

               Marked #1; 126 pp.; unmarked; including cast of
               characters, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers,
               etc.

Box 27A   Script, red vinyl cover

               Marked #26; 126 pp.; unmarked; including cast of
               characters, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers,
               etc.

Box 27A   Script, red vinyl cover

               126 pp.; unmarked; including cast of characters,
               synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, etc.

Box 27A   Script, blue vinyl cover

               126 pp.; unmarked; including cast of characters,
               synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, etc.

Box 27A   Script, Tams-Witmark Music Library, maroon vinyl cover

               126 pp.; no notation; labeled "Property of Tams-
               Witmark Music Library on cover



                      SWEET CHARITY (film)

Box 30D   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               LOOK, 7/9/68: "SWEET CHARITY" by Jack Hamilton (2
               copies); DANCE MAGAZINE, 2/69: "Bob Fosse
               Translates SWEET CHARITY from Stage to Screen," by
               Viola Hegyi Swisher (2 copies); MOTION PICTURE
               HERALD, 6/68: "On the Set of SWEET CHARITY," by Tom
               Gray; DANCE MAGAZINE, 7/69: "SWEET CHARITY," by
               Maria Harriton (cut out); TODAY'S CINEMA, 2/24/69:
               "How Fosse Went To Hollywood," by John Ware; KINE
               WEEKLY (UK), 2/22/69: SWEET CHARITY review, by
               Graham Clarke

Box 30C   PREVIEW PROGRAM

Box 30E   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box 30D   PRESS REVIEWS

               This category includes transcripts of radio and
               television coverage, as well as print reviews

Box 30E   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, FRANCE

Box 30A   LEGAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1966-68

               Correspondence re: motion picture rights, Fellini
               (NIGHTS OF CABIRIA), and De Laurentiis; extensive
               correspondence on the Universal Pictures rights
               purchase; correspondence re: agreements with
               Fields, Simon, Bob Fosse; copy of procedure re:
               distribution of monies with respect to motion
               picture rights for CHARITY; correspondence re:
               associate producer (Bob Fosse) with Universal
               Pictures; correspondence re: music rights

Box 30A   STEP OUTLINE

               I.A.L. Diamond, 7/28/67 (2 copies)

Box 30A   LOCATIONS RESEARCH, NYC

               Postcards and brochures; extensive photo file
               stored elsewhere

Box 30A   PREVIEW CARDS

               Phoenix, AZ 12/6/68; Chicago, IL 12/7/68

Box 30A   MISCELLANEOUS

               Correspondence, personal congratulations; Schiller
               interview with Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse; undated
               Bob Fosse biography; correspondence from the
               Association Francaise de la Critique protesting cut
               version of film from Universal, May 1969; staff and
               crew list, etc.

AT MBRS   RECORDING

               4/23/68 phonodisc recording of "I'm a Brass Band
               rehearsal (film?)

Box 27E   CLAPBOARD

               Universal City Studios, 6/15/68, autographed by
               crew



                 SWEET CHARITY (Film) - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script]

Box 30A   Screenplay, 1st draft, 8/8/67, red cover

               Marked "1st draft screenplay by I.A.L. Diamond
               (Scenes 1 through 87) 8/8/67;" 27 pp.; few
               annotations

Box 30A   Screenplay, 1st draft, 8/17/67, yellow cover

               Marked "1st draft screenplay by I.A.L. Diamond,
               Scenes 1 through 75, revised 8/17/67;" 51 pp.,
               annotations

Box 30A   Screenplay, 1st draft, 11/16/67, green cover

               By Peter Stone; 84 pp.; some annotations

Box 30A   Screenplay, 1st draft, 11/28/67, "Director", green
          Universal Studios cover

               Marked "Director" on cover; by Peter Stone; with
               Bob Fosse notes and markings; 146 pp.

Box 30A   Screenplay, 1st draft, 11/28/67, green Universal Studios
          cover

               Unmarked copy; 146 pp.

Box 27C   Final screenplay, "Director's," 1/17/68, black 3 ring
          binder

               Marked on cover: "Script, Mr. Fosse;" 140 pp., with
               revised pages; some annotation

Box 30B   Synopsis, Notes, NIGHTS OF CABIRIA

               4/67 synopsis of the film NIGHTS OF CABIRIA;
               synopsis of SWEET CHARITY, by Neil Simon; notes
               (typed) to Bob Fosse from Robert Arthur on film
               editing; script pages, dialogue, revisions, and
               extensive annotations, with extensive Bob Fosse
               handwritten versions and notes. NOTE: This file
               contains some material pertaining to the original
               stage production, but was kept intact as Fosse had
               filed it

Box 30B   Screenplay, 1st draft 9/28/67, blue spring binder: THE
          CAROL BURNETT SHOW, Gwen Verdon)

               By Peter Stone; 122 pp; some annotations; 

Box 30B   Fosse's Notes, blue spring binder: SWEET CHARITY - DER
          FUHRER

               Bob Fosse's notebook, important, containing
               shooting notes, general notes (location lists,
               construction schedules, etc); lyrics, camera shots,
               estimated footage; interoffice memos; shooting
               schedules, score information, staff and crew lists;
               movement/dance notes; partial storyboard, and so
               on.



                SWEET CHARITY (film) - NOTEBOOKS 

                 (These belong with the scripts)

Box 30B   Director's Notebook

               "Banner Line" composition notebook, with only a few
               pages of Bob Fosse's writing; includes some loose
               memo pad sheets

Box 30B   Music notes, green paper cover

               Editing notes for music, dated 7/30/68

Box 30B   Musical numbers, blue cover

               Shooting script for musical numbers, with a few Bob
               Fosse notes

Box 30B   Casting, blue cover

               Cast list with character/actor names and contact
               sheets

Box 30B   CHARITY - "Oscar", blue cover

               Role outline, Bob Fosse dialogue ideas, etc. on
               Oscar section of film; note to reader from Bob
               Fosse at front.

Box 30B   CHARITY - "Oscar", blue cover

               Original (# 5 is duplicate), with a few handwritten
               annotations

Box 30B   CHARITY - "Movie Star", blue cover

               Outline, Bob Fosse idea for dialogue, etc. on
               particular character

Box 30B   Endings - miscellaneous versions, blue cover

               Script pages, draft pages, revisions, some Bob
               Fosse annotations

Box 30B   Endings - revised versions

               Script pages from final screenplay, dated 1/17/68;
               with revised endings and alternate endings dated
               8/1/68



                    SWEET CHARITY (revivals)

[NOTE: check dates on these files for productions which are not
properly revivals, but which belong with the original stage
production (on tour)]

Box 29D   PRESS REVIEWS

               1985-86; this category includes transcripts of
               radio and television coverage, as well as print
               reviews

Box 29D   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

               1985-86; Debbie Allen, Ann Reinking

Box 29D   PRESS REVIEWS 

               1987; Donna McKechnie, Philadelphia

Box 29D   NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

               1987; Donna McKechnie, Toronto

Box 29D   PRESS REVIEWS

               1987; Donna McKechnie, Toronto

Box 29C   CASTING, 5/7/87 - "Nikki-Ursala"

               Audition schedules, photo/resumes

Box 29C   CASTING, 5/13/87 - "Herman"

               Herman audition script

Box 29C   CASTING, 5/27/87 - Equity Female Dancers

               Audition schedules, with notes

Box 29C   CASTING, 4/23/87 - "Oscar, Nikki, Ursala, Herman"

               Audition schedules, notes, photo/resumes

Box 29C   CASTING, 4/30/87 - "Nikki, Ursala, Herman"

               Audition schedules, notes, photo/resumes

Box 29C   CASTING, 12/5/86 - "Ursala, Big Daddy"

               Audition schedules, notes, photo/resumes

Box 29C   CASTING, 2/19/87, 2/5/87 - "Oscar"

               Audition schedules, notes, photo/resumes

Box 29C   CASTING, 8/19/86 - 2nd swing call

               Audition schedules, notes, photo/resumes

Box 29C   CASTING, 7/29/86 - "Herman"

               Audition schedules, photo/resumes, notes

Box 29A   CORRESPONDENCE, 1985 - L.A. Opening

               Telegrams, letters, notes, etc.

Box 29A   NATIONAL TOUR, Toronto, 1987

               Cast and crew contact sheets, June and July weekly
               schedules

Box 29A   NATIONAL TOUR, Toronto, 1987 - Tech notes

               Technical notes and color photos, set design

Box 29A   NATIONAL TOUR, Toronto, 1987 - Miscellaneous

               Fan and personal letters and notes; casting list
               and updates, staff lists, Bob Fosse rough
               itinerary; Stagebill and playbill corrections;
               dresser note  forms, information on studio
               availability, etc.

Box 29A   NATIONAL TOUR, Philadelphia, 1987

               PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER ad, photocopy; tour policy
               memo; weekly September schedule; itinerary 9/1-9/3;
               1 letter of resignation

Box 29A   STAGE MANAGER'S REPORTS, 1985-87

Box 29B   CASTING, 1984-87

               Audition schedules, notes, memos, photo/resumes

Box 29B   CASTING

               Audition schedules, notes, casting cards

Box 29B   CASTING, National Company, 1987

               Male dancer alternates; audition notes,
               photo/resumes, casting cards

Box 29B   CASTING, National Company - New dancers

               Casting cards, notes, photo/resumes

Box 29B   CASTING, National Company

               Female dancer alternates, 3rd; photo/resumes,
               polaroids, notes

Box 29B   CASTING, National Company

               Female dancer alternates, 2nd; same as 25

Box 29B   CASTING, National Company

               Female dancer alternates, 1st; photo/resumes,
               polaroids; notes, ranking list of alternates

Box 29A   TECH NOTES

               Undated, some April 1986

Box 29A   CORRESPONDENCE AND MISCELLANEOUS, 1984-87

               Mainly personal congratulations and thanks on
               CHARITY shows; including a few small production
               miscellaneous, e.g. playbill corrections, minor
               bills; also 1984 correspondence re: book
               publication with Random House; 1985 Orpheum Theatre
               subscription gross potential sheets; 3/21/86
               tentative production schedule; 1/31/87 royalty
               proposal formula

Box 29A   PRODUCTION SCHEDULES, 1985-86

               Rehearsal and production schedules

Box 29    PUBLICITY, 1985-87

               Also contains some correspondence re: critics and
               interviews, plus copies of Los Angeles ads

Box 29B   CAST AND CREW CONTACT SHEETS

               1985 - Debbie Allen show

Box 29A   PUBLICITY, Toronto, 1987

               Publicity schedules

AT MBRS   MUSIC, San Francisco

               Script pages, correspondence, notes, and 2 cassette
               tapes (located at Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and
               Recorded Sound Division), all re: "Rhythm of Life"

Box 29A   PROGRAMS, Miscellaneous

               Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, 1967; Theatre de la
               Musique, undated; St. Paul Civic Opera Association,
               undated; Lido Program, with SWEET CHARITY, 1977?

Box 29D   MAGAZINE REVIEWS

               PERFORMING ARTS, July 1985: program for SWEET
               CHARITY with Debbie Allen (2 copies)

Box 28D   PROGRAMS

               Playbills: Minskoff Theatre, Debbie Allen, April
               1986 (18 copies); same, May 1986 (1 copy)

Box 28D   PROGRAMS

               Playbills: Minskoff Theatre, Ann Reinking, Dec 1986
               (20 copies)

Box 28D   PROGRAMS

               Royal Alexandria Theatre (Canada), 1985; The
               National Theatre (Washington, D.C., 9/87; both
               Donna McKechnie

Box 97B   POSTER

               Large -  51' in height, black and white computer
               printout reproduction of the "Big Spender" girls
               photo



               SWEET CHARITY (revivals) - SCRIPTS

[NOTE: identifications such as "Director's final draft," or
"rehearsal draft," are taken directly from the scripts themselves,
as are dates.  Scripts may be duplicates.  The terms "annotated,"
"notations," "markings" refer not only to commentary written on the
scripts, but also any cuts, revisions, dialogue changes, etc., that
have been marked on a particular script. Covers have been removed,
unless marked.]

[NOTE: several scripts, which are not properly "revivals," are
included here. NB: the dates.  The following scripts are numbered
and lettered to distinguish them from the other SWEET CHARITY
scripts.]

Box 28A   Script, Las Vegas, 1/67, red cover

               Marked "Las Vegas edition, Jan. 1967" and "This
               version arranged for the Caesar's Palace production
               which opened Dec. 29, 1966;" 80 pp., unmarked

Box 28A   Script, Las Vegas, 1/67, "ICM" gold paper cover

               4 duplicate copies of above

Box 28A   Script, Las Vegas, "cut version", blue cover

               82 pp., some handwritten annotation

Box 28A   Script, Las Vegas, "Mr. Fosse cut script"

               Marked #10, "This roughly matches published
               version;" 119 pp.; cuts marked

Box 28B   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, blue vinyl cover

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 28B   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, blue vinyl cover

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 28B   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, blue vinyl cover

               118 pp.; marked "Fosse" inside; several pages of
               foreign language annotation

Box 28B   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, black vinyl cover

               118 pp.; marked "playing version, Nov. 1986;" no
               annotations; 2 copies

Box 28B   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, black vinyl cover

               118 pp.; marked "playing version, Nov. 1986;"
               several small dialogue changes marked

Box 28B   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, black vinyl cover

               118 pp.; marked "playing version, Nov. 1986;" no
               annotations

Box 28C   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, black vinyl cover

               118 pp.; marked "playing version, Nov.  1986;" no
               annotations

Box 28C   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, black vinyl cover

               118 pp.; marked "playing version, Nov. 1986;" no
               annotations

Box 28C   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, blue fabric 3 ring binder

               118 pp.; Bob Fosse's script: Bob Fosse annotations,
               dialogue changes, deletions, etc.

Box 27A   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, blue vinyl cover

               118 pp.; unmarked

Box 27B   Rehearsal script, 1985 revival, blue vinyl cover

               Marked "Balcar Monobloc 800 W" (?) inside;
               annotated with light cues; 117 pp.

Box 27B   Rehearsal scripts, 1985 revival
   -22A
               Marked "Playing version Nov. 1986 (sic); 118 pp.;
               clean

Box 27C   Rehearsal scripts, 1985 revival
   -24A
               Same as above



                         THAT'S DANCING!

Box 46C   PROGRAMS

               2 souvenir programs, MGM, 1985



                  THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT, Part II

Box 46C   PRESS REVIEW

               Note: film includes a clip on Bob Fosse



                         THIEVES (Fosse)

Box 46C   PROGRAM

               Note: Fosse made film appearance, but this is a
               stage playbill: Broadhurst Theatre, 7/74]

Box 46C   Screenplay, black vinyl cover

               110 pp.; unmarked

Box 93A   POSTERS/PHOTOS

               20x24, black and white closeup photo of Bob Fosse
               in character, mounted on Foamcore; 20x24, black and
               white medium shot photo of Bob Fosse in character,
               mounted on Foamcore

Box 85F   PHOTO

               Framed black and white mounted photo of Bob Fosse
               by Louis Goldman, 14 1/2 x 20 (9 1/2 x 14 photo
               size), with inscription by Louis Goldman



                         VERNA (Verdon)

Box 46C   SCRIPT

               Story, "Verna," by Paul Gallico; and 20 pp.of
               extensive Gwen Verdon notes, her synopsis and
               commentary; this was never produced



                      WALKING HAPPY (Fosse)

Box 46C   PROGRAM

               Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 11/66

Box 46C   LEGAL/FINANCIAL, 1966-68

               Correspondence re: royalties; Bob Fosse 4/67
               director/choreographer agreement; Perlman notes and
               miscellaneous: amateur and stock rights, subsidiary
               rights, London production, other optioning, etc.


BOB FOSSE PERSONAL PAPERS AND CAREER MISCELLANY

Box 52B Early family genealogy Including 1986 letter from classmate with yearbook clipping and photo of Bob Fosse Box 86E Front page of THE AMUNDSEN LOG, 10/5/44 (Amundsen High School, Chicago), with banner: "Bob Fosse President" Box 52B Bob Fosse, Military service papers, 1946 Box 52B Bob Fosse, biographies Box 52B, Bob Fosse obituaries 52A Box 52A Fosse, Palace Theatre Memorial program Box 52A Correspondence re: documentary STEAM HEAT, WNET/13 production Box 60F Correspondence re: biography: ALL HIS JAZZ (Martin Gottfried, 1990--see RELATED PUBLICATIONS); Correspondence to Gwen Verdon re: book; news clippings AWARDS Awards, miscellaneous certificates/notifications: [NOTES: statuettes, medals, plaques, etc. are not included with this collection; this list includes only papers material such as nomination certificates, and is not comprehensive] Box 52E Scholastic Magazine Bellringer award, SWEET CHARITY, 1969 Box 52B FOCUS award (Datsun), 1981 Box 52B Disabled American Veterans certificate, certifying Bob Fosse as a charter member of the DAV Commanders Club, for "devotion and generosity" Box 52B IAHD award, 1981 Box 86A 8th International Film Festival of India, 1981, certificate of participation, ALL THAT JAZZ Box 52B Marquis Who's Who Publications Board, for publication in WHO'S WHO 1976/77 Box 52B Drama League (correspondence) re: "Outstanding Achievement in Musical Theatre," 1986 Box 52B STEREO REVIEW Magazine award, CHICAGO album, 1975 DEA (Dance Educators of America) (correspondence) re: ALL THAT JAZZ award, 1980 Box 52B Wisdom Hall of Fame nomination Box 52B Polish award, KABARET, 1974 Box 52B Outer Circle Critics award, 1973, for PIPPIN direction Box 52B Hollywood Foreign Press Association, for Best Director, CABARET, 1972 Box 86A George Foster Peabody Radio and Television Award, 1973, to NBC/LIZA WITH A Z, program only, (award certificate boxed separately) Box 52B Magazine cover, DANCE Magazine 4/63, listing annual award winners, including Bob Fosse Box 52A Mr. Abbott, 1986: "For lifetime achievement in the Theatre," (presented by the Stage Directors and Choreographers Workshop Foundation) Programs only Box 52A Mr. Abbott, 1986 Additional programs, flyer, and guest list Box 52A Mr. Abbott, Miscellaneous 1987 (Mike Nichols) and 1988 (Agnes de Mille) Mr. Abbott programs Box 52A Academy Award Nomination certificates; HOLLYWOOD REPORTER 3/26/80 trade ads for ALL THAT JAZZ nominations Box 52A Astaire Award, 1986: "For the Best in Broadway Choreography" (presented by the Anglo-American Contemporary Dance Foundation); co-award with Peter Martins 2 programs; letter from committee; NY TIMES clipping Box 52A Capezio Dance Award, 1987 2 clippings, letter from committee Box 52A DGA nominations (Directors Guild of America) 1975 program listing nominees; 1972 DGA nomination for LIZA WITH A Z Box 52A Drama Desk Nomination and award certificates: 1972, award for PIPPIN choreography; 1977 nomination for DANCIN' choreography; 1972 award for PIPPIN direction; nominations, 1985, for BIG DEAL direction and choreography, 1985-86 SWEET CHARITY, for outstanding direction of a musical Box 52A Emmy 3 nomination certificates for LIZA WITH A Z, 1972/73 (for outstanding achievement in choreography, outstanding single program in variety and pop music, and to Bob Fosse for outstanding directorial achievement Box 7E, Palme d'Or, Cannes Film Festival: 1980, ALL THAT JAZZ 52A 2 Film Festival programs, directory, and several miscellaneous items Box 52A Lion of the Performing Arts, 1987 (presented by the New York Public Library) 1 piece of correspondence Moscow 1990 SOVIET FILM Magazine, postcards, small souvenirs, interview with Gwen Verdon and translation Box 52A Players Club Tribute, 1975: "Taps for Fosse" Program; press clipping from Players Bulletin Box 52A Star 1988 (presented by the Theatre Collection Council, Museum of the City of New York) Quarterly publication with article on award Box 52A Theatre Hall of Fame (American Theatre Critics Association) 1979 program Box 52A Tony 52B Announcement cards for (2) PIPPIN, Best Choreography, Best Direction; Playbill from the ceremony; Playbill from choreography award, DANCIN', 1978 Box 52A Tony Nominations: Certificates of nomination 52B for: Best Director, Musical, 1972-73, PIPPIN Best Choreographer, 1972-73, PIPPIN Best Book of a Musical, 1975-76, CHICAGO, Bob Fosse and Fred Ebb Best Director, Musical, 1975-76, CHICAGO Best Choreographer, 1976-76, CHICAGO Outstanding Choreography, 1977-78, DANCIN' Best Director, Musical 1977-78, DANCIN' Best Director, Musical, 1985-86, BIG DEAL Outstanding Choreography, 1985-86, BIG DEAL Outstanding Book of a Musical, 1985-86, BIG DEAL Best Book of a Musical, 1985-86, BIG DEAL Box 52B Program for 1964 Tony ceremony, Bob Fosse nomination for PAL JOEY; invitation for 1980 ceremony; 1981 and 1982 Tony programs; Playbill for 1986 Tonys Box 52B Tony 1976 Correspondence only Box 52B "Triple Crown," 1973 "Answered" correspondence on winning the Tony, Emmy, and Academy awards Box 52B "Triple Crown," 1973 "Unanswered" correspondence on winning the Tony, Emmy, and Academy awards Box 52D 52E "Triple Crown," 1973 Magazine reviews: PENTHOUSE, 1/74: "Except for Bob Fosse," by Lionel Chetwynd (2 copies); ACTION (DGA Magazine), 5-6/73: "Honors & Directors;" (4 copies); HOLLYWOOD REPORTER advertisement, 7/3/73: "What Directors Are Saying" Box 52D, "Triple Crown," 1973 52E Newspaper and magazine clippings Box 52C "Broadway and the Tony Awards," by James C. Jewell Published dissertation PUBLICITY FILES [NOTE: these files contain assorted articles focused primarily on the life and career of Bob Fosse, though current productions may be mentioned, and contain useful biographical information. For publicity on specific productions, check individual show files] Box 52D Bob Fosse, publicity: 1950s Bob Fosse, publicity: 1960s Bob Fosse, publicity: 1970s Bob Fosse, publicity: 1970s Newspaper clippings only Bob Fosse, publicity: 1980s Bob Fosse, publicity: 1980s Newspaper clippings only Box 86D Bob Fosse, publicity files, fragile General magazines and clippings, bound to matte board Box 52C "Bob Fosse: An Analytic - Critical Study," by Ronna Elaine Sloan Unpublished 1983 CUNY dissertation Box 52E Fosse, publicity: magazine articles Playbill: "Broadway Babies;" AFTER DARK, 6/72: "The Many Facets of Bob Fosse," by Glenn Loney; PLAYBOY: "Betting on Kim (Basinger) Personally," by Bruce Williamson Box 57H THE HAMPTONS, 8/1/86: "The Dancin' Man (Bob Fosse)," by Dick Anderson Box 86A CMA (Creative Management Associates) Ad honoring Bob Fosse for his "Triple Crown" ENDORSEMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS: Box 52D HORIZON advertising endorsement Ad cuts Box 52D United Telecom advertisement, 1985 Copy of ad Box 86A Mitsubishi ad featuring Bob Fosse, black and white, 13x18 Box 53A Ruby Awards presentation to Bette Midler, 1973 AFTER DARK Magazine, 6/73, sponsors Box 53A Night of 100 Stars benefit participant, 1985 Program Box 53A Tony Awards presentation, 1987 Correspondence from Don Mischer Productions FOSSE WRITING FILES [NOTE: this is very miscellaneous, undated and sometimes unidentified] Box 53B Notebook, "Odd Ideas" Brown "National" composition book, with handwritten notes; also, small black ring binder listing miscellaneous ideas Box 53B Notebook, miscellaneous writing "Penrite" composition book, marked "Odd" on front cover, handwritten notes with news clippings Box 53B Undated writing 10 sheets of handwritten material, including "Coda for a Dancer" and "The Dirty Young Man on his Flying Trapeze;" also, several pieces - short story (written upon hearing of Joan McCracken's death),film ideas, vocabulary list, identified by Gwen Verdon notes Box 53B "Future Projects & Ideas" Notes for "Dirty Jokes" piece; "Ladies Man," "Meeting with Prince;" newsclippings, costume ideas, etc. MISCELLANEOUS Box 52B "Special papers and miscellaneous" file Telegram from Anya and Harold Arlen, 1966; telegram, Fosse to Verdon, CHICAGO opening night, San Francisco, 1/27/78; 2 newspaper crossword puzzles, featuring Fosse name; PLAYBOY letter, 7/6/73, turning down Bob Fosse as interview subject; Note: These "stray" items were not originally filed with correspondence Box 54G Fosse, Miscellaneous: "Your Place in the Cosmos: An Index to Stars and People" Listing Bob Fosse's star Box 86A Caricature of Bob Fosse and scenes from shows, on illustration board, by Mark Cote FOSSE GENERAL FILES MISCELLANEOUS CONTRACTS, PROJECTS, OFFICE FILES, ETC. (Including Gwen Verdon contracts where noted) [NOTE: much of the following is general office files, such as phone lists and casting magazines] Box 51A MCA Artists vs. Robert Fosse, 1962-64 (1 of 3) Extensive and varied correspondence and legal documents pertaining to lawsuit over MCA representation of Bob Fosse Box 51A Correspondence, Jack Perlman 1962-70, from the point where Jack Perlman took over from MCA Artists (Jack Perlman was Bob Fosse's attorney); extensive and varied file, much handwritten, on matters such as SWEET CHARITY, script offers, etc. Box 51A MGM contracts, 1951-53 Employment contracts and correspondence with MGM/Loews, Inc., 1951-53 Box 51A "The Gay Girls" 6/54 contract for Bob Fosse with Columbia Pictures for choreography and dance direction of this motion picture Box 51A "The Girls Against the Boys" 10/1959, Bob Fosse contract for staging and directing the musical revue Box 51A "Copper and Brass" 9/1957 contract for Bob Fosse; this was a play Bob Fosse edited Box 51A CMA - David Begelman contracts, 1969-73 Bob Fosse's agreements, 1969, '72, '73, with Creative Management Associates Box 51A General Artists agreements (Gwen Verdon) 1964 and undated representation agreements and related correspondence Box 51A Union materials Bank forms; DGA memoranda, 1973, re: negotiations with the Association of Motion Pictures and Television Producers; collective bargaining and royalty cuts rules - Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, 1962; etc. Box 51B Weegee Project, Stuart Ostrow, 1984 Ostrow correspondence about proposed project; photocopy of NAKED CITY, by Weegee Box 51B "Atlantic City" script, blue paper cover Marked "First draft & Notes"; by Jack Heifner Box 51B "Atlantic City" miscellaneous Pete Hamill outline; several letters between Heifner and Stuart Ostrow, 1981-84; lyric sheets; from envelope marked "Atlantic City - Cy Coleman" Box 51B Winchell Project Extensive photocopied press clippings on Walter Winchell Box 51B GRIND, Ben Vereen, 1985 Press clippings on GRIND; Bob Fosse's dance notes Box 51C Contact sheets Telephone/address list for various shows Box 51C 1977 calendar, annotated Box 51E MILLIMETER '77, "Directors '77" issue Box 51E DANCE Magazine Annual 1975 Box 51E FACE INTERNATIONAL Casting guide Box 51C "Phone Book - old pages" This file and the following four contain records of incoming and outgoing phone calls, and some notes and memos; generally undated Box 51C Phone lists and memos Box 51E Casting, general, 1980s Photo/resumes, correspondence Box 51D The Laundry Bob Fosse was part owner of this restaurant; newsclippings on opening Box 51D Michael Bennett: obituary Box 51D Paddy Chayevsky: correspondence Box 51D Paddy Chayevsky: general Press clippings, playbills, theatre reviews, obituaries Box 51D Paddy Chayevsky: funeral service Box 51D Stuart Ostrow Foundation, 1977 1977 Board of Directors meeting agenda; various foundation reports, e.g. fundraising, Musical Theatre Lab, etc. Box 51D Ann Reinking Press clippings Box 51D Miscellaneous paper Couple script outlines, Drama Bookstore brochures FOSSE: CORRESPONDENCE, GENERAL [NOTE: The bulk of this material was originally stored together in letter file boxes, ordered chronologically. (This material was tored separately from the "General Files" listed above.) The following is a list of dates; there are usually several file folders of correspondence per year listed. This is primarily professional correspondence, and contains many carbons and photocopies of Bob Fosse letters and memos] Box 47A Undated Box 47A 1960-65 Box 47A 1966 Box 47A 1967 no 1968 or 1969 Box 47A 1970 Box 47A 1971 Box 47A 1972 Box 47A 1973 Box 47B 1974 Box 47B 1975 Box 47D 1976 Box 47C Oversized correspondence Box 48A 1977 Box 48A 1978 Box 48A 1979 Box 48B, 1980 49A Box 49A 1981 Box 49A, 1982 49B Box 49B, 1983 49C Box 49C 1984 no 1985 Box 49D Oversized correspondence Box 50A 1986 Including file on "Jules Fisher - Russian Project" Box 50A 1987 Box 50B Oversized correspondence Box 50C Miscellaneous APPOINTMENT BOOKS/CALENDARS Box 55G 1966 Executive Almanac, brown paper cover Box 55G 1967-68 Week-at-a-glance Appointment Book, maroon cover Box 55G 1969 Diary, red cover Box 55G 1970 Diary, black cover DAILY NOTES (PHONE LISTS) AND CALENDARS (FOSSE) [NOTE: Daily Notes or Phone Lists contain incoming and outgoing phone calls and notes; calendars are annotated] Box 54D Phone Lists, 1/81-4/81, blue notebook Phone Lists, 4/81-8/81, blue notebook Phone Lists, 9/81-12/1, blue notebook Box 54E Daily Notes, 1982, black 3 ring binder Daily Notes, 1983, black 3 ring binder Daily Notes, 1984, brown 3 ring binder Daily Notes, 1985, black 3 ring binder Daily Notes, 1986, black 3 ring binder Daily Notes, 1987, black 3 ring binder Box 54A CALENDARS: 1976, 1977, 1980 (2), 1981, 1982 (2), 1983 54D (2), 1984 (2), 1985 (2), 1986 (2) With appointments and notes Box 54D MONTHLY PLANNERS: 1975, 1976, 1982 (2)

GWEN VERDON CAREER MISCELLANY

Box 53C Bio General correspondence, 1980's Actor's Fund, 1985 Lifetime membership American Dance Machine--articles Booth Theatre Library Items on permanent loan, 1989 deposit paper Charity functions Various programs China, teaching dance ASIA Magazines, Chinese magazines, CHICAGO program for Imperial Theatre, miscellaneous newsclippings on China John Drew Theatre benefit: THE NUTCRACKER Programs and audition cards "A Divertissement of Dancers," Lincoln Center benefit Script and program Box 57A Peter Gennaro/Gwen Verdon Benefit -57B Conductor's score from show medley, and parts Houston Ballet, 1978 Press clippings; 4 programs Little Theatre, 1959 Press clippings Milliken Breakfast Show Press clippings; 1974 program National Ballet Benefit, 1973 Press clippings Players Club Playbill, 1989; press clipping Ritz Theatre Letter with Ritz tickets; dedication program (Gwen Verdon was speaker); brochure "Salute to Neil Simon", 1988 Magazine article "Star Spangled Gala," 1976, Lincoln Center benefit Program; Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera performing CHICAGO piece Paul Taylor benefit, 1981, Gwen Verdon, Nureyev and Baryshnikov Press clippings Theatre programs, miscellaneous, 1990 Tony Awards presentation, 1987 Press clippings "Tribute to George Abbott," 1990 Program Ziegfeld Club, 1973 Program AWARDS, TRIBUTES, HONORS [Statuettes, plaques, etc. are not included in this collection, although numerous certificates are. See also "Awards" series] Box 53D Certificates of Appreciation from: Screen Actors Guild; Center for Learning Disabilities; Suffolk County (for Brookhaven Theatre Dance Guild work); Chamber Ballet, 1982 Clipping Box 86A Hamilton College, Honorary Doctorate, to Gwen Verdon Certificate Box 86A FILM DAILY, 1958, "Filmdom's Famous Fives," to Gwen Verdon Certificate Box 86A Newspaper Guild of New York, 1959 Page One Award to Gwen Verdon for REDHEAD Certificate Box 86A Interfest, 1990, award to Gwen Verdon Certificate Box 53D Tribute, American Cancer Society: "Gwen Verdon Week," Culver City, CA, 1960 Box 53D Emmy nominations: 1987, MAGNUM PI for "Infinity and Jelly Donuts Certificate and correspondence Box 53D 1989, STEAM HEAT documentary, for "contributions to an outstanding informational special" Certificate Box 53D Governor's Award (NY State), 1989 Program, correspondence, and press clippings Box 53D Hamilton College Honorary Degree, 1988 Doctor of Humane Letters; correspondence and college brochure Box 53D Howe School (Culver City, CA) Tribute, 1990 Press clippings Box 53D "Lambs' Spring Gambol," 1981, honoring Gwen Verdon Program and 3 flyers Box 53D Lion of the Performing Arts award, 1988, New York Public Library 1989 program; "tribute" book: "Images of the Dance," by Lillian Moore Box 53D Postgraduate Center for Mental Health: "A Gala Musical Tribute to Gwen Verdon and Cy Coleman" 1985 Playbill Box 53D Southern Rep Tribute to Gwen Verdon Program, brochure, menus, newsclippings Box 53D Theatre Hall of Fame, 1981 Membership Scroll of Honor, programs Box 53D Tony nominations Certificate for CHICAGO, 1975-76 Box 53D "Tony Babies," 1981 - publicity re: past Tony award winners Press clipping PUBLICITY FILES [NOTE: these files contain assorted articles focused primarily on the life and career of Verdon, though current productions may be mentioned, and contain useful biographical information. For publicity on specific productions, check individual show files] Box 53E Publicity: 1950's; 60's; 70's; 80's Box 53E Publicity: magazine articles Re: MANHATTAN Publicity: magazine articles THEATRE WEEK,8/6/90: "Gwen Verdon and All That Jazz," by Michael Buckley; THEATRE WEEK, 6/20/90, Letter to the Editor re: preceding article; "New York Scene" (by Marriott Marquis), Spring 1985 Box 57H THE HAMPTONS, 7/4/86: "Gwen Verdon Does a Number - On Critics and Producers," by Dick Anderson 3 copies Box 53E Verdon, interviews SPOTLIGHT! 1984, correspondence with Ryan Keating, host, and several snapshots of Gwen Verdon on show Box 86A PHOTOS Gwen Verdon; 16x18 black and white (some color added) photo of Gwen Verdon dancing (damaged) Gwen Verdon; 3 (fragile, damaged) mounted black and white photos, 10x13, 10 1/2 x 12 1/2, 10 1/2 x 12, all by Marcus Blechman, early career publicity Allan Jones; black and white 8x10 photo of Allan Jones, mounted with autograph to Gwen Verdon Barney Martin; black and white photo by Martha Swope, with 1976 autograph, including 8x10 cardboard piece, with note: "To Gwen, I love you I love you, Barney" Box 85F MISCELLANEOUS Thank you to Gwen Verdon from workshop students Written on computer paper Box 85B Costume Sketches, Gwen Verdon From unidentified television show, (2) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL RELATED TO BOB FOSSE AND GWEN VERDON Box 57C, SHEET MUSIC (Oversized) 57G MISCELLANEOUS: "Bubbles Was a Cheerleader," "Let Me Entertain You," "The Category Stomp," "The Girl I Left Home For"(music Gwen Verdon recorded on the album) Box 57F DANCE Magazine "Jack Cole" series by Glenn Loney, 1/83, 2/83, 3/83, 4/83, 5/83, 6/83, 8/83,9/83, 11/83, 12/83, 1/84

SCRAPBOOKS (FOSSE, VERDON)

[NOTE: the designation "Fosse" or "Verdon" scrapbook marks the SUBJECT of the scrapbook, not necessarily the creator. All scrapbooks are extremely fragile] Box 55A Scrapbook, Fosse - fragile; black embossed cover with Dutch boy and girl with "Scrapbook" 1948-1950; clippings scrapbook, many undated; includes CALL ME MISTER, MAKE MINE MANHATTAN, etc.; Bob Fosse and Mary Ann Niles dance reviews; includes DANCE ME A SONG, 1950 press reviews Box 55B Scrapbook, Verdon - fragile; red embossed cover with gold squares pattern Clippings scrapbook of CAN-CAN, DAMN YANKEES, NEW GIRL IN TOWN, REDHEAD, etc.; includes playbills Box 55C Scrapbook, Verdon - fragile; green embossed cover with gold borders NEW GIRL IN TOWN, including playbills and press Box 55D Scrapbook, Verdon - fragile; green embossed cover with gold borders REDHEAD, including playbills and press Box 56A Scrapbook, Fosse - fragile; blue cover with embossed scissors Clippings scrapbook of CALL ME MISTER and other; 1946-48; black and white photo of Bob Fosse and Mary Ann Niles on title page Box 56B Scrapbook, Fosse - fragile; brown cover with embossed scissors 1938-45; HOOK, LINE AND SINKER, MAKE MINE MANHATTAN, PAL JOEY, and others; Bob Fosse high school, Riff Brothers, and Navy material, including photos and ads as well as clippings; script pages with notes for THREE'S A CROWD; important documentation Box 56C Scrapbook, Fosse; light orange cover with embossed scissors Photos, posters and handbills, press clippings on HOOK, LINE, AND SINKER, CALL ME MISTER, and others including later material; Joan McCracken press Box 56D Scrapbook; dark orange scrapbook with embossed scissors Clippings: photos of dancers in various poses Box 56E Scrapbook; green cover with gold bars and "Scrapbook" Clippings: photos of dancers in various poses Box 56F Scrapbook, Fosse; navy blue cover 1952-1960; title page article: "Bob Fosse: Triple Threat;" including KISS ME KATE, PAJAMA GAME, DAMN YANKEES, REDHEAD; includes playbills and clippings Box 56G Scrapbook, Fosse; stars and stripes cover 1972-73; clippings, telegrams etc. on 1973 "Triple Crown," SWEET CHARITY, LIZA WITH A Z, CABARET Box 58A, Miscellaneous dance programs and brochures 58B Box 58A, Miscellaneous souvenir film programs 58B

PHOTOGRAPHS

[NOTE: Photos are arranged by, and related to: production or project; Fosse/Verdon individual files; Fosse/Verdon combined photos; personal shots; and miscellaneous. Color slides, poster slides and negatives are included. "Duplicate" entries are intentional; they pertain to different photos] THE AFFAIRS OF DOBIE GILLIS Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Fosse and 3 other leads, publicity shot; ALIVE AND KICKING Box 59A Photograph: 5x7, black and white, 1 By Will Rapport of the dance: "The Reason for Divorce is Marriage," featuring Jack Cole and others Box 59A Photograph: 5x7, black and white, 1 By Fred Fehl of the dance: "Cole Scuttle Blues," 1951, at the Winter Garden, featuring Gwen Verdon and Marie Grosscup Box 59A Photograph: 5x7, black and white, 1 By Will Rapport of the dance: "The Reason for Divorce is Marriage," 1951, at the Winter Garden, featuring Jack Cole and Gwen Verdon Box 59A Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 5 By Fred Fehl of the dance: "Dove's Blues," 1951, featuring Gwen Verdon, Jack Cole and others Box 59A Photograph: 5x7, black and white, 1 By Will Rapport of the dance: "Dove's Blues," dress rehearsal, featuring Gwen Verdon, Jack Cole, and Marie Grosscup ALL THAT JAZZ Box 59A Photographs: 3 1/2 x 5, color, 4 Of Ann Reinking; duplicates of same shot Box 60D Photographs: 4x5, color, 3 Various head shots of Roy Scheider Box 60D Photo contact prints: color, 2 Dance photos: Leland Palmer in studio, etc. Box 59A Photographs and negative: 8x10, color, 10 File: "Fosse Portraits"; excellent prints of Bob Fosse directing Leland Palmer, Roy Scheider (several), dancers, crew, Bob Fosse at camera, publicity stills (and 1 8x10 negative for publicity still) Box 59A Photographs: assorted sizes, color 20 Color contact prints, and 1 4x8 of Sandahl Bergman; very small prints of Ann Reinking, Erzebet Foldi, Roy Scheider, dancers and others in scenes from film Box 59A Photographs: contact prints, 8x10s, color, 16 Portraits: Roy Scheider, Ann Reinking, Erzebet Foldi, in costume; several stills: Ann Reinking and Erzebet Foldi dancing, Joe's apartment, Airotica dance, shots of Ann Reinking leaping, several small format photos of Roy Scheider Box 59A Photographs: 8x10 snapshots, black and white, 14 Bob Fosse showing steps to dancers; Erzebet Foldi, Leland Palmer and Michael Bennett (some of these are casting photos of Leland Palmer and Michael Bennett, not film stills); casting: Ann Reinking; numerous informal shots of Roy Scheider and Erzebet Foldi; publicity shot: Jessica Lange; Bob Fosse directing Roy Scheider; ALL THAT JAZZ ad; an autographed "joke" photo from Roy Scheider to Bob Fosse Box 59A Photographs: contact sheets, black and white, 5 File: "Cannes" (Cannes Film Festival) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 10 File: "Research" hospital and cafeteria photos Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 File: "Festivals"; shots of Bob Fosse and others at various festivals Box 86E Photographs: 11x14, color, 3; 11x14, black and white, 2) Color: Roy Scheider in role 2; portrait shot of Scheider and Erzebet Foldi 1; black and white: ALL THAT JAZZ in neon lights, 2 Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 50 South American film festivals photos BIG DEAL Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 4 stage stills, assorted: Devine/Derricks, male leads, dancers; 1 opening night photo of Bob Fosse and leads; 1 still, Bill Robinson research; 1 casting shot of Cleavant Derricks BURNT OFFERINGS Box 59A Photographs: snapshots, color, 5 House used in film, exterior shots CABARET Box 60D Photograph: 4x5, black and white, 1 Joel Grey onstage with female dancers Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, color, 2 Gorilla costume, made up Box 59A Photographs: 7x7, black and white, 4 From file: "Locations"; German streets and buildings Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 9 Film stills/publicity stills including Michael York, Marisa Berenson, Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey (all leads); publicity still of Joel Grey with Cabaret girls; Joel Grey with gorilla Box 59A Photographs: 12 x 9 1/2, black and white, 2 Production still of Bob Fosse and Geoffrey Unsworrth, and of Bob Fosse directing Box 59A Photograph: 9x11, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse portrait, sitting on box with negative Box 86E Photograph: 9x12, color, 1 Bob Fosse directing Minnelli - the camera is behind Bob Fosse, he's gesturing with his hands, on Munichset Box 86E Photograph: 9x14, black and white, 1 Liza Minnelli, in still from another film, perhaps "...Junie Moon;" (casting file shot?) CALL ME MISTER Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 By Leo Friedman; 3 shot, including Fosse in uniform, autographed by "Joe and Ira" Box 59A Photograph: 7 1/2 x 8, black and white, 1 Fosse dancing Box 59E Photograph and negative: snapshot, black and white, 1 Fosse, Mary Ann Niles and unidentified in front of marquee Box 59E Photograph and negative: 7 1/2 x 7 1/2, black and white, 1 Fosse in uniform Box 59A Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 1 Fosse, Robert Sheerer, Cliff Ferre and unidentified female dancer CAN-CAN Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 7 By Fred Fehl (6); by Will Rapport (1); various scenes from CAN-CAN, each featuring Gwen Verdon Box 59A Transparencies: 4x5 (several smaller), color, 20 From file: "LIFE Magazine, color transparencies" shots of Gwen Verdon as "Eve" and several LIFE shots of Gwen Verdon in gown Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon making up in dressing room Box 59A Photograph: 5x6, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon as "Eve" Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Duplicate publicity shots, portraits in striped blouse Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Publicity: Gwen Verdon eating a hot dog CHICAGO (VARIOUS PRODUCTIONS) Box 60D, Photographs and negatives: snapshots, color, 25 59E CHICAGO research (jail facilities), including negatives Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, color, 3 CHICAGO, Gwen Verdon backstage; stage still; Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, color, 2 1 duplicate of Gwen Verdon backstage; 2nd backstage shot Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, color, 2 Cast shots (each different), 1978 tour, backstage, informal Box 59A Photographs: 8x8, black and white, 10 Gwen Verdon, personal; Gwen Verdon and women from cast, primarily Chita Rivera, in informal "fooling around" shots Box 59A Photographs: snapshots, color, 10 Informal; Gwen Verdon as Roxie; various family, friends and cast shots Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 8 CHICAGO party, mainly shots of Gwen Verdon and Nicole Fosse Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 6 Series of Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera dancing Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 Bird's eye view of stage and orchestra (1); publicity portrait, informal, Gwen Verdon, (1); autographed still, Jerry Orbach to Bob Fosse (1) Box 59A Slides: color, 12 Research: "Ian's slides of Beulah Annin's address" exteriors (Ian: researcher) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 14 "Opening Night Party,": contact sheets, general shots (9), Gwen Verdon and Nicole Fosse (3), Gwen Verdon (2), Nicole and Bob Fosse dancing (1) Box 85B Photograph: 11x14, black and white, 1 Chita Rivera and Gwen Verdon Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon, Chita Rivera and Liza Minnelli performing NOWADAYS at Kander and Ebb Tribute (including smaller color snapshot) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, color, 1 Cast and some crew (and Gwen Verdon), from tour, informal Box 59A Photographs Box 59E (and) Negative: 8x10, black and white, 3 Ann Reinking as Roxie, autographed to Bob Fosse; L. Nemetz as Velma, autographed; negative of Nemetz and Reinking (1) COCOON Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 Different publicity portraits of Gwen Verdon (3); publicity shot of Gwen Verdon in film, as dance instructor (1); publicity shot of Gwen Verdon and Don Ameche (1) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, color, 2 Cast shot; cast and crew Box 59A Photograph: snapshot, color, 1 Verdon in character COCOON II Box 60D Photograph: Snapshot, color, 1 Gwen Verdon and 4 men at wrap party for film THE CONQUERING HERO Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse rehearsing dancers in studio; 8x10 photo box THE CONQUERING HERO Box 86C2 Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 33 By Pat Ferrier; terrific series (few duplicates) photographed over a period: Bob Fosse at rehearsals. Many shots include actors and actresses, but the focus is Bob Fosse. Some have been used for publicity DAMN YANKEES (STAGE, ORIGINAL PRODUCTION) Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 20 By Fred Fehl, all from original production, various scenes, all with Gwen Verdon (and other leads); few duplicates; excellent quality; including photo used for poster Box 60D Photographs: 5x7 (several smaller), black and white, 32 By Will Rapport; note on back of one photo identifies it as an out-of-town production; these photos do not all include Gwen Verdon; they show a broad range of players and scenes; the quality is not as good as Fehl's Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 11 Different shots of Gwen Verdon and Stephan Douglass in "Whatever Lola Wants" (3); Different shots of Gwen Verdon and Stephen Douglass (in costume, in recording studio, publicity shots for show recording) (3); Gwen Verdon crouching on stage, in baseball uniform (also show recording still) (1); 2nd recording session series: Gwen Verdon alone (2), and Gwen Verdon, Stephen Douglass, Walston (4) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 Publicity: baseball team (1); cast photos (2); Gwen Verdon alone, Gwen Verdon with 2 others, publicity shots for Signet Portable Library (3) Box 86E Photographs: various formats, black and white, 5 LIFE Magazine photographer: damaged print, Bob Fosse rehearsing cast (he's striding with head in hands), (1), 9 x 13 1/2; SUN-TIMES, Leo Friedman: different scenes of Gwen Verdon and Ray Walston (2, 10x13); Leo Friedman: different shots marked "YANKEES in New Haven tryout. This ballet was cut and replaced by WHO'S GOT THE PAIN," Gwen Verdon with gorilla in one shot, dancing with group in the other (2, 9x13 and 10 1/2 x 13 1/2); Leo Friedman: different shots of Stephen Douglass and Gwen Verdon in LOLA number (2), 10x13 Box 86E Photographs: 10x12, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon, group at the Tony Awards Box 86E Photograph: 8x13, black and white, 1 Retouched "Lola" (Gwen Verdon) portrait, used for publicity DAMN YANKEES (FILM) Box 60D Photographs: 4x5, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse, posing in a striped shirt and hat Box 60D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 Publicity shots, Gwen Verdon: head shot; dancing: "Two Lost Souls" DAMN YANKEES (revival) Box 60D Photographs: 4x5, black and white, 50 Excellent quality, primarily various scenes with Gwen Verdon, Jerry Lanning, and Ray Walston Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon and Jerry Lanning DAMN YANKEES (MISCELLANEOUS) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 Different shots of men at work, during recording of cast album (2); Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse in Malibu, during DAMN YANKEES period, Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse (3), Bob Fosse (1); contact sheets, Malibu photo session (1) Box 59A Transparency: 5x7, color, 1 Gwen Verdon leaping to make catch in baseball uniform DANCE ME A SONG Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 2 By Will Rapport; 2 different shots of Bob Fosse, Bob Scheerer and Cliff Ferre dancing DANCIN' Box 60D Slide: color, 1 A poster (?) sketch of dancers in various poses, with DANCIN' - BOB FOSSE, logo, signed " Marx" (Marcia Marx Bennett?) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 By Martha Swope; Ann Reinking (with other dancers), rehearsing; Bob Fosse, half kneeling, directing three dancers Box 59A Photographs: 7x10, black and white, 2 By Martha Swope; Bob Fosse and original DANCIN' company; Bob Fosse crouching, rehearsing dancers Box 59A Photograph: 7x10, black and white, 1 By Lene Costello; Gwen Verdon and DANCIN' company by reflecting pool Box 59A Photograph: 7x10, black and white, 1 By Lene Costello; dancers' footwear by pool, companion to above shot Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Original DANCIN' company Box 86E Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 4 By Lene Costello; 2 shots, and duplicates of each of DANCIN' cast, informal THE DANNY KAYE SHOW Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, 7x9, black and white, 9 Danny Kaye and Gwen Verdon photos from a series of 7 different sketches or skits, some dated 1963. Several were shot during musical/dance numbers; several are simply posed; included are 2 shots of Danny Kaye and Gwen Verdon in suit and leotard with straw boaters THE DICK CAVETT SHOW (Verdon) Box 59A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 By Roger Greenawalt; Gwen Verdon and Dick Cavett laughing, seated on directors' chairs THE DICK CAVETT SHOW (Fosse) Box 59A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 Shots from Cavett's interview of Bob Fosse; 1 closeup of Bob Fosse, one 2 shot of Bob Fosse and Dick Cavett laughing ENDINGS Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 50 Location research, primarily hospital/hospice interiors and exteriors Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 Location research, primarily contact sheets of hospital interiors and exteriors THE GARRY MOORE SHOW, 1961 Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 11 By J. Peter Happel; 11 different shots of Gwen Verdon in various skits, dances, musical numbers, etc. Includes shots of Gwen Verdon with Garry Moore, dancers, Carol Burnett, Julie Andrews and others THE GARRY MOORE SHOW, 1962 Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 By J. Peter Happel and Hal McKusick; 3 different numbers from the show, 2 including Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon and Carol Burnett in chef's uniforms, and 4 from the Gwen Verdon/Bob Fosse DANCIN' MAN number (the MAN photos were shot by Hal McKusick) THE GARRY MOORE SHOW, 1963 Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 13 By J. Peter Happel and Friedman-Abeles; series of stills from different sketches, musical and dance numbers. All feature Gwen Verdon; some include Dru Davis, Marie Lake, Carol Burnett, Julie Andrews, Jerry Stiller, et al THE GARRY MOORE SHOW, 1964 Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 By J. Peter Happel; series of stills from different sketches, musical and dance numbers, including Theatre of the Deaf performers GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES (LOCATION) Box 60D Photographs: 4x5 (and smaller), black and white, 18 Paris: Versailles exteriors (7); several shots of Jeanne Crain and Jane Russell dancing; Gwen Verdon and Jack Cole at the Rodin Museum; Gwen Verdon and Billy Trivilla (designer) at the Rodin Museum; 1 interior, Rodin Museum; Gwen Verdon and Jane Russell; 2 informal shots, 1 with Gwen Verdon Box 59B Photographs: Contact sheet shots, black and white, 3 Paris, 1954: contact sheets (cut up) of Gwen Verdon in costume, with stars. The dance number pictured in stills was cut Box 60D Photographs: 3 1/2 x 5, black and white, 5 Gwen Verdon in costume and performing film number (which was cut from film) Box 60D Photographs: 3 1/2 x 3 1/2, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon making up, seated on chair, in costume GIVE A GIRL A BREAK Box 60D Photographs: 4x5, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse, Gower Champion and Kurt Kasznar in joke pose with 3 dogs, 1952 Box 60D Photographs: 4x5, black and white, 1 Wardrobe still, Bob Fosse as "Dowdy" Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, color, 1 MGM publicity still (reproduction), Bob Fosse, Kurt Kasznar and Gower Champion Box 86E Lobby card: 11x14, color, 1 Lobby card: Bob Fosse, Gower Champion, and Debbie Reynolds LEGS Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, color, 1 Publicity shot closeup of Gwen Verdon LENNY Box 59B Photographs: snapshots, black and white, 20; 8x10, black and white, 9 RESEARCH: personal snapshots (re-shot from photos) of Lenny Bruce, as child, performing, in court, with Honey, mug shot, etc.; 3 location shots, Chinese restaurant; 2 contact sheets of Lenny Bruce in performance; 4 exterior shots of Lenny Bruce's home Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 3 duplicate shots of Bob Fosse, in denim shirt with viewfinder around his neck; 1 of Bob Fosse giving Dustin Hoffman direction in courtroom scene Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 9 New York theatres: theatre lines at marquees featuring LENNY (8); 1 page stat of various press quotes THE LITTLE PRINCE Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, color, 5 Feb. 1973, Bob Fosse, director and crew at work, informal shots Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 15 Informal production shots, mainly of Bob Fosse working out his movements in the tree; not very good quality photographs Box 60D Photographs Box 59E (and) Negatives: 8x10, black and white, 15 Single series of Bob Fosse publicity shots, closeups, profile smoking cigar; 8x10 negative of same shot Box 60D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 20 Series of Paramount publicity shots: Bob Fosse in tree, dancing, Bob Fosse and Steve Warner (Prince), with snake, etc. Box 86C Photographs Box 59E (and) Negatives: 14x11, black and white, 50 Extensive, high quality stills, production shots, and informal shots of Bob Fosse choreographing and dancing his Snake Dance: plotting dance moves, speaking with director and actor, etc. Broad range of shots, with numerous duplicates. 1 4x5 negative of publicity still, Bob Fosse in a tree. Also includes familiar silhouette shot of Bob Fosse dancing MAKE MINE MANHATTAN Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 4 By Will Rapport; Bob Fosse and others dancing (Bob Fosse is the focus of each shot), 1 leaping Bob Fosse shot Box 60D Photograph: 4x5, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse in mid air leap over another dancer, with cast in background MAGNUM, P.I. Box 59B Photograph: 8x10, color, 1 Publicity shot of MAGNUM "family" THE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW Box 59B Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Autographed photo of Mike Douglas Box 53D Photo Album From Gwen Verdon appearance on show MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 Different publicity shots of Gwen Verdon dancing (3); Film still and dupe, Gwen Verdon in foreground, with balcony and 3 shot behind her; film still, Gwen Verdon dancing with 4 black men (1) MY SISTER EILEEN Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 8 Columbia Pictures publicity and film stills: 4 separate shots of Janet Leigh and Bob Fosse in performance (1 - dancing together), 1 shot of Bob Fosse and Tommy Ball dancing, 1 2-shot closeup of Leigh and Bob Fosse; 2 publicity shots of Bob Fosse in polka dot bow tie MILIKEN SHOW, BOBBY MORSE AND GWEN VERDON Box 59B Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Closeup of Gwen Verdon and Robert Morse NEW GIRL IN TOWN Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 15 By Will Rapport; various scenes, all featuring Gwen Verdon (she appears solo in some) Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 2 By Fred Fehl; Gwen Verdon in both, 1 with nearly complete cast; excellent quality Box 60D Photographs: 4x5 (and 2 contact prints), black and white, 9 Assorted stills, Gwen Verdon only, in various costumes and scenes Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 By Friedman-Abeles (Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse shots only). Rehearsal: Series of 3 different Gwen Verdon/Bob Fosse dancing shots, 2 with Bob Fosse and other dancers Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 "Matt's Dream Ballet" (1); "Check Apron Ball" (1); Gwen Verdon, George Wallace, Cameron Prud'homme, series from single scene (3) by A. E. Lynch Box 59B Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 By A. E. Lynch; publicity: marquee at night Box 59B Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 By Susan Sherman; publicity: Gwen Verdon and "marionette" at Easter Bonnet Teatable Fashion Show, Waldorf Box 59B Photograph: 5x7, color, 1 Publicity: Gwen Verdon in costume Box 85B Photograph: 11x14, black and white, 1 By Friedman-Abeles; rehearsal shot of Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse (used in publicity), includes other dancers in background Box 86E Photographs: 10 x 13 1/2 to 11x14, black and white, 18 By Friedman-Abeles; series of publicity shots for NEW GIRL: Gwen Verdon and George Wallace on the docks of NYC, includes Gwen Verdon cooking, Gwen Verdon with longshoremen in bar, Gwen Verdon dancing on the docks, etc. THE PAJAMA GAME (LONDON) Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 Elizabeth Seal, rehearsal, different shots PAL JOEY (LINDFORS AND BRUCE) Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 11 By Fred Fehl; featuring various scenes and players: Lester Wilson, Viveca Lindfors and Carol Bruce (Bob Fosse is also in each shot); excellent quality PAL JOEY (MISCELLANEOUS) Box 60D Photographs: 4x5 (and snapshot), black and white, 2 Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse, informal shot, in Wallingford, CT, while Bob Fosse was doing PAL JOEY Box 60D Photograph: 4x5, black and white, 1 By Will Rapport; on stage: Carol Bruce and Bob Fosse Box 60D Photograph: snapshot, color, 1 Bob Fosse and the Dano Sisters Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 Various productions: Different shots of Bob Fosse in performance, a) with Carol Bruce, b) leaping over other dancers, c) dancing alone (3), all by J. Peter Happel; Fosse making up in striped dressing gown, 1966 (by Arthur Todd) (1); 1963: Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse (1); Verdon and other PAL JOEY cast member (she was visiting in Wallingford, CT (1); Fosse in performance, with attached news clipping "Bob Fosse the best of all possible Joeys" THE PERRY COMO SHOW Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 By Friedman-Abeles; 2 different performance shots, of Gwen Verdon, Perry Como and others around piano, with guitars PIPPIN Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 9 Various scenes from the show, including performance shots of Ben Vereen, Jon Rubinstein, Leland Palmer, Jill Clayburgh, Irene Ryan and Eric Berry Box 86E Photograph: 11x14, black and white, 1 Full length photo of Leland Palmer REDHEAD Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 16 By Fred Fehl; various scenes, all featuring Gwen Verdon, but including Richard Kiley and other cast members; excellent quality Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 7 By Fred Fehl; Gwen Verdon performing "Erbie Fitch's Twitch" Box 60D Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 9 Rehearsal: including Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon; also tour rehearsal Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, black and white, 30 Assorted scenes from production Box 59B Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 13 By Vandamm; stills from various dances and scenes, including full cast and shots of Gwen Verdon and Richard Kiley. Several publicity shots of Gwen Verdon alone (including red shoes costume and poster shot) and with Kiley (12 by Vandamm); 1 NY DAILY NEWS shot of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon, Richard Kiley and Tony Awards Box 86E Photographs: 10 1/2 x 13 1/2, black and white, 4 From envelope marked "Orchestra Rehearsal and Pickpocket Tango;" Orchestra rehearsal: Verdon/Fosse, rear silhouette surveying orchestra (1); Bob Fosse and composer Albert Hague (1); Gwen Verdon singing, with Jerry Blackton, Dorothy Fields, Albert Hague (1); different shots of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon and Bill Guski rehearsing "Pickpocket Tango" (2) Box 86E Photographs: 11x14, color, 2 Linda Bartlett; production shots, each featuring Gwen Verdon, 1 seated drinking, 1 three shot Box 86E SUNDAY NEWS Magazine: 11x14, color, 1 Laminated page of SUNDAY NEWS Magazine, 7/19/59, featuring photos from REDHEAD, with text STAR 80 Box 59E Negative: 3x4, color, 1 By Steve Vaughan; negative of Bob Fosse gesturing with hands at the sides of his head (used for publicity) Box 59C Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 By Stephen Vaughan; Bob Fosse, with viewfinder and cap, sitting on the edge of a bathtub Box 59E Negatives: 8x10, color, 2 Negative of Mariel Hemingway/Dorothy Stratten poster used in film Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 100-125 Film stills from box marked "STAR 80: stills Bob Fosse did not approve for publicity," wide assortment, including photos of Bob Fosse SWEET CHARITY (STAGE) Box 86E Photographs: 9 1/2x13 1/2 to 11x12, black and white, 4 By Al Stewart; stills from several different scenes, each featuring Gwen Verdon (very chiaroscuro), and one enlargement of still Box 86E Photographs: 9x13, black and white, 2 By Mark Kauffman (LIFE); photos of Gwen Verdon in dressing gown, seated, "After the show, 1966" Box 86E Photographs: 11x 14, black and white, 4 By Friedman-Abeles; 2 separate shots for production publicity, each with duplicate: a) Charity: twisted foot, hand on hip, finger in mouth; b) backwards glance, hand on hip (poster) Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 By Friedman-Abeles; Gwen Verdon, Helen Gallagher, and Thelma Oliver (1); "If My Friends," (2); Gwen Verdon in trench coat (1) Box 59C Photographs: 7x9, 4x8, black and white, 3 7x9: Gwen Verdon and flowerpot, Gwen Verdon glancing upward; 4x8 (mounted): Gwen Verdon sniffing flower Box 59C Photographs: 8x10 and contact sheets, black and white, 10 Publicity: photos done for special benefit CHARITY performance for the Actor's Fund, including Gwen Verdon with the following: Carol Channing, Sean Connery, Ricky and David Nelson (and wives), and unidentified (7); 2 contact sheets with some of the same shots and Gwen Verdon and Bob Hope; Paul Phillips painting Gwen Verdon's "Charlie" heart on arm (1) Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 By Friedman-Abeles; publicity: Gwen Verdon and unidentified newspaper critic; Gwen Verdon posing with Talmage Tours staff; duplicates (2), Palace Theatre marquee; 8x10 photo box Box 59C Photographs: 7x9, black and white, 6 The Ed Sullivan Show: different shots of Gwen Verdon performing, "If My Friends..."; 8x10 photo box Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 19; 4x5 negative Opening Night: Press photo, Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse opening night party, Waldorf, single series; negative of same photo Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 16 By Friedman-Abeles and Bela Cseh Opening Night: different shots of people congratulating Bob Fosse and Gen Verdon (a couple Cseh prints); 3 different shots of Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse, and James Henaghan (Gwen Verdon's son) Box 59C Photograph 8x10, black and white, 1 Publicity: Verdon as Charity (poster series?) Box 85B Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 3; 10x13, black and white, 2 Ringling Bros. Circus, publicity: 11x14: Gwen Verdon waving from atop an elephant (who's wearing a CHARITY banner) (3 duplicates); 10x13: same series, with unidentified man in shot (1), and unidentified man next to elephant Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 Ringling Bros.: 2 of the same shot, Gwen Verdon atop elephant; Gwen Verdon and Ringling Bros. representative; these are publicity shots SWEET CHARITY (FILM) Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, color, 75 Location research, New York; some of these include Bob Fosse Box 60E Negative: 3x4, black and white, 1 Fosse demonstrates dance steps to Shirley MacLaine Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 15 Location research: NYC interiors and exteriors Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 Rehearsal: Bob Fosse drinking coffee and dangling viewfinder (1); Bob Fosse with viewfinder (1); Bob Fosse and Shirley MacLaine (1); Bob Fosse demonstrating dance steps to MacLaine (1) Box 59C Photograph: 5x7, color, 1 Robert Surtees and Bob Fosse at camera, outdoor shot Box 85B Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 25 Many by Larry Barbier (Universal Pictures); 3 separate matte folders marked "production stills," not in sequence: Bob Fosse setting up shots, directing Shirley MacLaine, between scenes, filming dances ("Frug") with Gwen Verdon assisting, general "director" shots - Bob Fosse on stepladder, giving directions to unseen crew, at the camera, with crew on street and in lake. Bob Fosse directing Shirley MacLaine, in dance hall and on the street; Shirley MacLaine alone. Gwen Verdon and Sammy Davis, Jr. recording "Big Daddy;" Bob Fosse directing "Brass Band" on sets, outdoors, etc. Single photo of Gwen Verdon, Shirley MacLaine and Nicole Fosse. 2 duplicate shots of Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse, Shirley MacLaine, and Paddy Chayefsky and son Box 85B Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 12 Some by Larry Barbier (Universal Pictures); matte folder marked "film stills," several shots from "Rich Kids Frug" (4); "Brass Band" with Shirley MacLaine (1); Shirley Maclaine on rooftop (2); several with Sammy Davis and Shirley MacLaine; Chita Rivera (1) Box 85B Photographs: 10 x 13 1/2, black and white, 6 "Fosse rehearsing MacLaine:" series from 5 different negatives of Bob Fosse showing Shirley MacLaine dance steps; focus is on Bob Fosse, Shirley MacLaine is partially visible (from rear) in several shots, Gwen Verdon is partially visible (from rear) in several shots Box 85B Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 4 By Larry Barbier (Universal Pictures); matte folder marked "Fosse, Verdon, Simon:" 3 separate photos (1 dupe) of Neil Simon and daughters, Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon (visiting set?) Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, color, 5 File, Personal: Trip to Italy Bob Fosse with Neil Simon's family, taken when Bob Fosse visited Simon in Italy to persuade him to work on SWEET CHARITY; photos of Bob Fosse at airport and with Joan Simon and daughter at tourist spots SWEET CHARITY (REVIVALS) Box 59C Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 3 different shots of Debbie Allen posing with cast members; 1 shot of Bob Fosse, Cy Coleman, Allen, Gwen Verdon and unidentified; 1 shot of Gwen Verdon and Debbie Allen rehearsing, 1984 Box 59C Photograph: 5x7, color, 1; 9x7, black and white, 2 5x7 of Gwen Verdon and female cast; 9x7 shots of Juliet Prowse performing with 2 others in Las Vegas Box 86E Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 2 By Robert Kalfus (NY POST); Revival, Debbie Allen: Cast, Cy Coleman, Debbie Allen, Bob Fosse at piano, 1986; Debbie Allen, Bob Fosse, and Gwen Verdon, 1986 SWEET CHARITY (FOREIGN STAGE) Box 59C Photographs: 7x9 1/2, black and white, 10 By Jean Daniel Cadinot; French production, various scenes; one autographed photo WATUSI, 1953 Box 59D Photographs: contact sheets, black and white, 2 Contact sheet for 4x5 negatives (4 shots each), and duplicate, of Gwen Verdon performing in costume BOB FOSSE FOSSE, Personal - Childhood and Family Box 60A Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 2 Bob Fosse's parents, wedding day (sepia toned); Cyril Fosse and his mother Box 60A Photographs Box 60E (and) negative: 8x10, black and white, 8 Bob Fosse and: nieces and nephews (?) (2); family group around a "first birthday" cake (1); Fosse family (with boys in military uniform), duplicate and negative (2); Cyril, older, with family group (and duplicate) (2); Wedding Day, including young Bob (1) Box 60A Photographs: snapshots, black and white and color, 4 Bob Fosse and other small children in bathing suits; Cyril Fosse, Bob Fosse and Pat Fosse playing horsey; Bob Fosse in young man's "He-Man" pose in trunks on beach; Fosse (in his 20's?), with family (color snapshot) Box 60E Negatives: 4x5, black and white, 2 Bob Fosse as young child (1); Bobby on horse (1) Box 60A Photographs Box 60E (and) Negatives: 8x10, black and white (1) 8x10 Bob Fosse photo, grade school, with 4x5 negative; (1) 8x10 formal (high school graduation?) photo, black and white tinted Box 60D Photograph: 1 x 1/2, black and white, 1 Cut-out high school photo of Bob Fosse Box 60D Photograph: 5x7, sepia toned, 1 Seems to be Bob Fosse's high school yearbook photos Box 60D Photographs: 3x4 1/2, black and white, 1 Snapshot of Bob Fosse in Amundsen High letter sweater, with Lucille Fosse (sister in law); dated 12/6/42 Box 60E Negative: 4x5, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse family group, with young adult Bob kneeling in front row Box 60D Photographs: 3 1/2x3 1/2, black and white, 1 Possibly a Fosse family school graduation (dated 6/59, which means it's not Bob Fosse's) Box 60D Photographs: 3 1/2x2 1/2, color, 1 Fosse (20's?) sitting on a couch with his mother and father Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, color, 5 Photos of Cyril Fosse and his second wife, newly wed; snapshot print date is 7/61 (Bob Fosse's father) FOSSE, Early Dance and Performance Box 60D Photographs: 5 1/2x7, black and white, 11 Bob Fosse in a series of poses with a dark haired girl; these were taken during a 1 Act play at the Chicago Academy of Theatre Arts (Bob Fosse alone, duplicates, 4; series of 4 different poses with girl and duplicates, 7 Box 60D Photographs: 4x3, black and white, 1 Young Bob Fosse at barre of dance studio with 7 girl dancers Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 The Riff Brothers (?) with female dancers (2 separate shots), note on back: "age 15, studied ballet;" original photo and duplicate, young Bobby with top hat; Bob performing, microphone in foreground, autographed by Morris B. Sachs Box 60A Photographs Box 60E (and) negatives: 5x7, snapshots, black and white Young Fosse and girl dancers (from rear) (1 snapshot and negative); 5x7, sepia toned, young Bob Fosse performing before group with "Welcome Home" sign behind them (photo and neg); 5x7, Bob Fosse performing, high school age, nightclub (1) FOSSE, the Riff Brothers Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 11 5 different shots of the Riff Brothers, all posed publicity shots, some full length, others closer (duplicates) Box 60A Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 1 The Riff Brothers with a WGN radio microphone FOSSE, First Choreography Job Box 60A Photographs 60E (and) Negative: 8x10, 5x7, black and white, 28 Young Bob Fosse instructing girls holding fans: the original is a 5x7 print, there's an 8x10 negative, and 25 poor quality duplicates; 8x10 original photo of Bob Fosse, with bandaged hand, standing in dance studio next to a girl holding fan FOSSE, Navy Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 Bob Fosse and others performing Box 60D Photograph: 3 1/2x5, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse and friends (Bobby Beers, Bill Nalle), in uniform, "taking a stroll in Honolulu" (Bob Fosse ID on back) FOSSE, Joan McCracken Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 By Maurice Seymour, Vandamm; autographed (to "Cindy") publicity still, by Maurice Seymour; ca. 1952 publicity shot; publicity shot; "Bloomer Girl" still; Vandamm "Oklahoma!" shot; several magazine clippings (to be refiled) FOSSE, Early Professional, unidentified Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 Single shot and duplicates from Bob Fosse play (?); Bob Fosse in stage makeup, posed with a group of actors and actresses (Gwen Verdon was unable to identify this photo) FOSSE, MGM Publicity, 1950's Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 20 3 separate publicity portraits of Bob Fosse, with numerous duplicates Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 15 Single series and duplicates, Bob Fosse posing with legs cross and walking stick FOSSE, Portraits and Publicity Box 86E Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 30 By Britain Hill; series of 3 different shots of Bob Fosse, seated, with "OH WOW" poster in background Box 85B Photographs: 11x14, color, 2 By Steve Vaughan; STAR 80 portrait: duplicates, Bob Fosse with cigarette in mouth and hands thrown up next to his head Box 85B Photograph 11x14, black and white, 1 By Mike Tighe; mounted image, 6x7, Bob Fosse, seated, with leg up, 1975 Box 85B Photograph: 9x14, black and white, 1 Undated head shot of Bob Fosse wearing sunglasses Box 85B Photograph: 11x14, black and white, 1 By Mary Ellen Mark; full length portrait of Bob Fosse in cutoffs and sunglasses, smoking and holding wine glass; used for "Mr. Abbott" program Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, 5x7, black and white, color, 10 Miscellaneous shots of Bob Fosse from the mid- 1970's on, being interviewed or directing PHOTOS--AWARDS FOSSE, Columbia College, 1973 Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 6 Bob Fosse speaking at ceremony (honorary doctorate) (1); Bob Fosse with academicians (5) Box 60A Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 4 Bob Fosse speaking at ceremony, all same shot, with statuette: "BF: Honorary doctorate of arts, Columbia College, Chicago, 6/8/73 Box 60A Photograph: 5x7, black and white 1 Rosa Parks and Bob Fosse FOSSE, Awards Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, and color, 6 Bob Fosse at award ceremonies and parties, Dance Educators of America, Tony, and unidentified FOSSE, Academy Award, 1972 Box 60A Photographs 60E (and) negative: 8x10, black and white, 2 Bob Fosse with Oscar (including 8x10 negative); Bob Fosse with Oscar, making acceptance speech FOSSE, Astaire Award Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 Bob Fosse, Ginger Rogers and awards group (1); Bob Fosse and Debbie Allen (1); party shot (1) FOSSE, Star Award Box 60A Photographs: 5x7, black and white, 2 Gwen Verdon receiving posthumous Star Award for Bob Fosse: Ann Reinking, Gwen Verdon and Shirley MacLaine; Gwen Verdon and Star Award group FOSSE, New York Heart Ball, 1983 Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 8 Bob Fosse and others (including Cy Coleman), at award ceremony and party FOSSE, Ruby Awards Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3; 5x7, black and white, 1 By Ron Galella, Louis Peres, et al; Bob Fosse and Bette Midler (4); Bob Fosse presented her with a Ruby Award for AFTER DARK Magazine FOSSE, Personal, Miscellaneous Box 60A Photographs: Miscellaneous formats, black and white, color Box 85B Photographs From "Julie Hagerty" file: Bob Fosse and Julie Hagerty at restaurant (2); 8x10, color, modeling shot of Hagerty (1); 9x12, color, modeling shot (1); modeling brochure on Hagerty Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 Shots from Herb Gardner's wedding party: Herb Gardner and Bob Fosse (3); Paddy Chayefsky and Ann Reinking (1) Box 60D Photograph: snapshot, color, 1 Bob Fosse and Buddy Hackett Box 60A Photographs: 5x7, color, 2; 5x7, black and white, 3 Color: Bob Fosse, Chita Rivera and others (2); 1 each: Bob Fosse and Gilda Radner, Bob Fosse at a party, Bob Fosse and Alan Alda FOSSE, Miscellaneous Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 6; 8x10 and snapshot, color, 2 Color: RUE DE LA FOSSE signplate (8x10), LES FOSSETTES sign (snapshot); black and white: young Liza Minnelli with Gene Kelly; Bob Fosse and Gene Kelly; Joey Heatherton (Gwen Verdon notation on back); Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse on unidentified opening night; Bob Fosse and Neil Simon (SWEET CHARITY or LITTLE ME); Bob Fosse, Cy Coleman, and unidentified boxer Box 60A Photograph: 7x9, black and white, 1 Still of Fred Astaire dancing, autographed by Fred Astaire to Bob Fosse Box 60A Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 George Abbott and Bob Fosse, at rehearsal MISCELLANEOUS (Not Fosse or Verdon) Box 60B Photographs: 8x10, black and white Separate stills, Marlon Brando, George Murphy, Fred Astaire (autographed), Joan McCracken, and other notable people; Bob Fosse at Tony Awards GWEN VERDON VERDON, Childhood and Family Box 59D Photographs: various formats, black and white, 6 7x9: Gertrude Verdon (mother), as young woman, plus duplicate (2); 8x10: Gertrude Verdon, older (1), Gwen and Gertrude Verdon, with car (1); 5x7: photo of wedding (Verdon's father is included in the wedding party) (1), plus ID chart; 5x7: portrait of Verdon's grandfather (?) (1) Box 59D Photographs Box 59E (and) Negatives: 8x10, black and white, 15 Childhood, single series: Verdon as little girl, photographed outdoors, used as "Tony Baby" publicity shot; 2 originals, 1 8x10 negative, numerous duplicate photos Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4; 3 1/2x5, black and white, 2 2 different shots, 1936?, Gwen Verdon and Ginger Fisher (8x10); Gwen Verdon at 3 or 4 (small size, and 2 8x10 copies of photo from same series); 3 1/2 x 5 photo of Gwen Verdon at age 6 VERDON, Personal (teens) Box 60D Photographs: 4x5, black and white, 2 Gwen Verdon at 16 yrs., with mother; Gwen Verdon (photo cropped), seated, 15 years VERDON AND DEL VALLE DANCE TEAM Box 60D Photographs: snapshot, black and white, 1 Gabriel Del Valle and Gwen Verdon (15 yrs. old), at the El Lehon (?) Hotel, Bakersfield, CA; publicity shot Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 By Bob Dunn; publicity shots of Gwen Verdon and Gabriel Del Valle dancing together VERDON, Jack Cole and Gwen Verdon, Nightclubs Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 8 By Maurice Seymour and Ray Fisher Jack Cole, Gwen Verdon and Nita Bieber in 4 different shots of dances (plus several duplicates) - not all 3 dancers are in each shot Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 By Marcus Blechman and Ray Fisher; 2 publicity shots, Gwen Verdon; 1 dance shot, Gwen Verdon Box 59D Photographs: 7 1/2 x 8 1/2, black and white, 2 By Ben and Sid Ross; Gwen Verdon and Jack Cole, separate dances VERDON, Jack Cole Box 59D Photographs and drawings: 8x10, black and white, color, 3 Reproductions of Hirschfeld caricatures of Jack Cole (2); color shot of Jack Cole in costume, dancing JACK COLE (Harkness, 1974) Box 60D Photographs: 4 x 5 1/2, black and white, 30 By Dorothy Beskind; these all show Jack Cole teaching dance; all taken from an album marked "Jack Cole, Harkness, 1971-72, East Indian Class" Box 60D Photographs: 4 x 5 1/2, black and white, 27 By Dorothy Beskind; these all show Jack Cole teaching dance; all taken from an album marked "Jack Cole, Harkness, 1971-72, Preparation to Move Class" VERDON, Miscellaneous Professional Appearances Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 Houston Ballet: Gwen Verdon and Ben Stevenson, Tango Box 59D Photograph: 8x10, color, 1 From: "File: M.A.S.H. (Television)"; Gwen Verdon and several cast members: "MASH, the last season" Box 60D Snapshot: color, 1 From: "File: Television Show (Bag lady)"; Michael Schultz (director) with Gwen Verdon in costume as bag lady for unidentified television show Box 85B Photograph: 11x14, black and white, 1 By Carroll Seghers II; Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera performing in top hat and tails Box 60D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 Gwen Verdon on skates, wearing a fur (fashion show on ice, promoting furs); Gwen Verdon seated with group, including "Pegeen," for an unidentified radio talk show Box 59D Contact Sheets: 8x10, black and white, 3 Gwen Verdon (and other models) at unidentified fashion show, on runway Box 59D Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 From file: "Gwen Verdon and Jack Benny"; unidentified event, Gwen Verdon and Jack Benny Box 59D Photograph: 8x10, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon and Leonard Probst on the stage of the Palace Theatre the day they started tearing it down to restore for legit show VERDON, Miscellaneous, including Benefits Box 86E Photographs: 11x14, black and white, 7 Various photographers including Murray Laden: mounted photo, Gwen Verdon in glasses and straw hat (1); Ra Cantu: Gwen Verdon (and woman pianist) performing for the Bedside Network, Lyons VA Hospital, 1965 (3), and damaged print, same series, Gwen Verdon holding "Bedside Network Songbook" (1); Pat Ferrier: Elizabeth Seal and Gwen Verdon performing in a Postgraduate Center for Mental Health benefit, 1 of Seal alone, 2 of Seal and Gwen Verdon Box 59D Photographs, 8x10, black and white, 5 From file: "Poster Boy Series"; single series, Gwen Verdon at Central Park West home with poster boy (unidentified affiliation) Box 59D Photograph: 8x10, color, 1 From: file: "Little Theatre of the Deaf"; Gwen Verdon on stage Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 Series from Bedside Network Award ceremony, honoring Martha Raye; Gwen Verdon presenting award Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 7 Gwen Verdon, Bedside Network (1); John Drew Theatre Benefit, East Hampton: Gwen Verdon and Gary Chryst (1); Honi Coles and Gwen Verdon, Harlem dance benefit (1); Gwen Verdon at Variety Club party for children (1); Gwen Verdon and Alfred Drake, Players Club (1); Gwen Verdon and Dick Clark, Cerebral Palsy telethon (1) Box 59D Photograph: 5x7, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon and others, Lincoln Center Library benefit auction Box 59D Photograph: 6 1/2x8, black and white, 1 Gwen Verdon, Michel Baryshnikov and Rudolph Nureyev at Paul Taylor Benefit, 1981 VERDON, Teaching Workshop, 1981 Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 Different shots of Gwen Verdon instructing students at 1981 teaching workshop, Colgate Community College Box 85B Photographs: 14x17, black and white, 2 Mounted photos of Gwen Verdon instructing, Colgate Community College Teaching Workshop: Gwen Verdon alone, Gwen Verdon working with a dancer VERDON, China Box 59B Photographs: Assorted formats, black and white, color 20 photos of Gwen Verdon teaching dance in China, traveling and socializing with Ben Stevenson, Houston Ballet; several; photographs of the Chinese performance VERDON, AWARDS VERDON, "Culver City Day" Box 60D Photographs: snapshots, color, 3 Gwen Verdon with various people (including former schoolteachers); Gwen Verdon is being honored with her own "Culver City Day" VERDON, Awards: Lion of the Performing Arts Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 Gwen Verdon being honored by the New York Public Library: shot of award recipients, Gwen Verdon included; Gwen Verdon and Alvin Ailey VERDON, Awards: Miss Ziegfeld, 1973 Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2; 5x7, black and white, color, 2; snapshots, color, 2 Gwen Verdon receiving crown (2, 8x10); crowning ceremony (2, 5x7, black and white); Gwen Verdon crowned, holding bouquet (5x7, color); 2 color snapshots of Miss Ziegfeld (Gwen Verdon) and dancers VERDON, Tribute (Gwen Verdon and Cy Coleman) Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 13 Gwen Verdon and Cy Coleman honored by the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health; includes excellent photos of Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse, and Nicole Fosse; Gwen Verdon and Jacques D'Amboise; Gwen Verdon and Shirley MacLaine, et al Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 4 NY State Governor's Award (?) (1); unidentified, with Jerry Lanning (2); unidentified, with Ingrid Bergman (1) VERDON, Awards: Hamilton College Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 By Bill Ray; Gwen Verdon accepting award (2 different shots), for Honorary Doctorate of Letters VERDON, Publicity, Early Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 3 Different shots of curly haired Gwen Verdon, age 16? (2); Gwen Verdon on her 21st birthday (1) VERDON, Publicity: LIFE Magazine Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 2 2 shots of Gwen Verdon making up for photograph as Harlequin (LIFE cover) Box 60B Transparencies: 5x7, color, 6 Gwen Verdon in various Harlequin poses VERDON, Portraits (Seymour Linden series) Box 59D Photographs, contact sheets, 59E (and) Negatives: 8x10, black and white Portraits (2); contact sheets of informal shots, some including dog (4); 3 8x10 black and white negatives VERDON, Portraits (cat series) Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 13 Single series of Gwen Verdon with cats VERDON, Publicity, 1959 Box 60D Contact sheets: black and white By Ormond Gigli; cut-up contact sheets, 17 different shots of Gwen Verdon posing, done at the time of REDHEAD VERDON, Publicity (single series, Central Park West) Box 59D Contact sheets: black and white, 3 Informal shots of Gwen Verdon at home, Central Park West apartment VERDON, Publicity Portraits Box 59D Photographs Box 59E (and) Negative: 8x10, black and white, 10 Mainly black and white publicity photos ranging from at the time of DAMN YANKEES to 1990's (10 different shots); 8x11 black and white negative of 1950's publicity photo (includes print) VERDON, Personal Miscellaneous Box 59D Photographs: 8x10, 8x8, color Shots of Gwen Verdon and friends Box 60D Photographs: snapshot, color 1 Gwen Verdon and Sanford Meisner BOB FOSSE AND GWEN VERDON BOB FOSSE AND GWEN VERDON, John F. Kennedy Performance Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 6 Performance in London: 2 shots at airport, including Richard Adler and Sally Ann Howes; John F. Kennedy and Gwen Verdon; John F. Kennedy with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon FOSSE AND VERDON, Tony Awards, 1987 Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 Bob Fosse speaking (and duplicates); Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon (and duplicates), presenting 1987 Tony Awards PERSONAL PHOTOS: Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 8 4 different shots of Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse, at East Hampton, 1980 Box 60A Photographs: 5x7, color, 6 From file: "Miscellaneous Parties": Arnold Weissburg party: Gwen Verdon with Norman Mailer, Lee Radziwill, Vivian Leigh, Tony Perkins and others; Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, color, 3; 8x10, black and white, 1 Several shots of Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse in color; 1 shot, black and white, unidentified parties Box 60A Photographs: 7 1/2x9 1/2, black and white, 2 Around the time of REDHEAD: Gwen Verdon with horse, Bob Fosse with horse Box 60A Photographs: 8x10, black and white, 5 Various shots from 1961 trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, including 2 of Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse playing darts COLOR SLIDES Box 60C CABARET (4) Also 35mm negatives CHICAGO (16) Set designs COCOON (3) DAMN YANKEES Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon THE LITTLE PRINCE (19) PIPPIN (10) REDHEAD (13) Not original production STAR 80 (15) FOSSE (2) Portraits FOSSE AND VERDON (4) Tony Awards (Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon and Trevor Nunn NEGATIVES, 8x10 Box 60B BIG DEAL: Poster CHICAGO Gwen Verdon CHICAGO Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera DAMN YANKEES: Poster Original, Gwen Verdon in baseball uniform REDHEAD Erbie Fitch, Gwen Verdon SWEET CHARITY: Poster Gwen Verdon reclining POSTER SLIDES Box 60C BIG DEAL (3) CHICAGO (14) LITTLE ME (4) PIPPIN (13) REDHEAD (3) SWEET CHARITY (3) Gwen Verdon, looking over her shoulder SWEET CHARITY (3) Gwen Verdon, reclining

RECORD ALBUMS, AUDIO RECORDING TAPES, AUDIO DISC RECORDINGS AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES, AND COMPACT DISCS

[NOTE: These materials are located in the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS) of the Library of Congress. As available, MARC record numbers are indicated next to each record album, audio recording tape, audio disc recording, audio cassette tape or compact disc] [NOTE: audio disc recordings are demo/rehearsal/personal disc recordings not released commercially] [NOTE: these are NOT cross referenced with individual productions] ALL THAT JAZZ FILES 1) Booth Colman, actor, :30 spot for casting [audio recording tape] ALL THAT JAZZ [Casablanca original motion picture soundtrack] [record album] ANNIE [Columbia, original motion picture soundtrack, Albert Finney/Carol Burnett/Ann Reinking], 1982] [record album] ATLANTIC CITY [note script listed elsewhere] [cassette tape] "Ballad # 3, Ballad # 4, Arnold Schwarzwald" [audio recording disc] BELLS ARE RINGING [Columbia original cast recording, Judy Holliday] [record album] BELLS ARE RINGING [Columbia digitally remastered from the original master tapes, Judy Holliday, 1956] [CD] BIG DEAL: Tony Awards, "Beat Me Daddy" [cassette tape] CABARET [ABC original sound track recording, Liza Minnelli/Michael York/Joel Grey, 1972] [record album] CABARET [these were with misc. CABARET files]: 1) "Introspection," Mike Alterman [audio recording tape] 2) "Earth," Acts I & II [audio recording tape] 3) "Ben Vereen: 'Play Piper Play, etc.'" [audio recording tape] CAN-CAN [Capitol, original Broadway cast recording, Lilo/Peter Cookson/Gwen Verdon] [record album] CARMEN CAVALLARO, The Poet of the Piano, Medleys from SWEET CHARITY, FINIAN'S RAINBOW, FUNNY GIRL, STAR [Decca] [record album] CHICAGO [Arista original cast album, Gwen Verdon/Chita Rivera/Jerry Orbach, 1975] [record album - 3 copies] CHICAGO AND ALL THAT JAZZ, Lee Konitz Big Band Jazz of the Broadway Hit Musical [Groove Merchant, 1975] [record album] CHICAGO [only handwritten ID, not commercial tape] [cassette tape] CHICAGO, "Montage, :60" produced by Elaine Thompson [audio recording tape] CHICAGO, "I Love You" [audio recording tape] CHICAGO, ACT I & ACT II [2 separate tapes], Aarhus Theatre, Denmark production, 9-10/76 [cassette tapes] DAMN YANKEES [RCA original soundtrack recording, Gwen Verdon/Tab Hunter/Ray Walston, 1958] [record album] DAMN YANKEES [RCA original cast recording, Gwen Verdon/Stephen Douglass/Ray Walston] [Gwen Verdon: Baseball uniform cover] [record album] DAMN YANKEES [RCA original cast recording, Gwen Verdon/Stephen Douglass/Ray Walston, 1955] [record album, CD] DAMN YANKEES, rehearsal tape?, songs listed on box, undated [audio recording tape] DAMN YANKEES [marked # R9250-1] [audio recording disc] DANNY KAYE SHOW, Gwen Verdon, "Downtown" [audio recording tape] EATING RAOUL [note script listed elsewhere] [audio cassette tape] ED SULLIVAN SHOW, Gwen Verdon, 2/1/790 [audio recording tape] A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM [Capitol original Broadway cast recording, Jack Cole, choreography] [record album] THE GIRL I LEFT HOME FOR [RCA, Gwen Verdon, 1956] [record album] THE GIRLS AGAINST THE BOYS [Capitol] [45 rpm. record] GIVE A GIRL A BREAK, "In Our United States," Bob Fosse [labeled "Nola studios" [audio recording disc] GIVE A GIRL A BREAK, "In Our United States," Bob Fosse [MGM, marked "Rehearsal" 8/15/53?"] [audio recording disc] "Gwen Verdon" [Anne Auchland (?) interview] [audio cassette tape] "Gwen Verdon" [labeled (topmost# in series) # F2PB - 8026] [2 audio recording discs] GWEN VERDON PREPARES TO MOVE [Kimbo Educational, 1973] [2 brochures, record album missing] HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. ABBOTT! Act I, Act 2 [2 cassette tapes] HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING [RCA original Broadway cast recording, Robert Morse/Rudy Vallee] [record album - 2 copies] HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING [UA original motion picture recording, Robert Morse/Rudy Vallee] [record album] HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING (Ray Ellis and His Orchestra Play Frank Loesser's Music) [RCA, 1961] [record album] "I Wanna Be A Dancin' Man" Verdon - Fosse [audio disc recording] JAMAICA [RCA original cast album, Jack Cole, choreographer, 1957] [record album] JONATHAN WINTERS SHOW, "Sweet Talk," Gwen Verdon, air 9/25/68 [audio recording tape] KISMET [Columbia original Broadway cast, Jack Cole, choreography, 1953] [record album] KISS ME KATE [MGM recording from film soundtrack, Kathryn Grayson/Howard Keel] [record album] LITTLE ME [RCA original Broadway cast recording, Sid Caesar/Virginia, 1962] [record album] LITTLE ME [RCA, original Broadway cast recording, Sid Caesar/Virginia Martin] [record album] LIZA WITH A Z [Columbia, 1972] [record album] LIZA WITH A Z [Columbia, 1972] [8 track cassette tape] LYLE, LYLE CROCODILE, Read by Gwen Verdon [Caedmon, 1969] [record album] ME AND JULIET [RCA original cast recording, Isabel Bigley/Joan McCracken] [record album] THE MERRY WIDOW, Songs by Fernando Lamas [MGM, recorded from the motion picture soundtrack] [record album] NEW GIRL IN TOWN [RCA original cast recording, Gwen Verdon/Thelma Ritter/George Wallace, 1957] [record album - 2 copies] "On the Other Side of the Tracks, Tony Bennett" [audio recording disc] THE PAJAMA GAME [Columbia digitally remastered, John Raitt/Janis Paige/Eddie Foy, Jr.] [CD] THE PAJAMA GAME [Columbia original cast album, John Raitt/Janis Paige/Eddie Foy, Jr.] [record album] PAL JOEY [Columbia digitally remastered from original master, Vivienne Segal/Harold Lang, 1950] [CD] PAL JOEY [That's Entertainment Records, original 1980 London cast, Sian Phillips/Denis Lawson] [record album] PIPPIN [Motown original Broadway cast album, John Rubinstein/Ben Vereen, 1972] [CD] PIPPIN [Motown original cast album, 1972] [record album] PLEASURES AND PALACES, Demos [audio disc recording] REDHEAD [RCA original cast recording, Gwen Verdon/Richard Kiley, 1959] [record album - 2 copies] REDHEAD, The Rex Stewart Quintet [Design] [record album] REDHEAD, Selections from, Hill Bowen and His Orchestra [RCA Camden, 1959] [record album] [REDHEAD] LA PELI ROJA [Mexican] [RCA, Armando Calvo/Virma Gonzalez] [record album] [REDHEAD] Meyer Davis Plays REDHEAD for Dancing [RCA, 1959] [record album - 2 copies, one autographed by Meyer Davis] REDHEAD [listing from box]: 1) "It Doesn't Take a Minute" 2) "Love and ? Don't Mix" 3) "Two Faces in the Dark" 4) "You Love I" 5) "Simpson Sisters" 6) "What Has She Got" 7) "Dream in a Fog" 8) "Just For Once" 9) "Tom & Wedding Band" 10) "You're My Cup of Tea" [audio recording tape] REDHEAD, "We Love's Ye, Jimey," Gwen Verdon [audio recording disc] REDHEAD (?), "Just For Once," Gwen Verdon [audio recording disc] REDHEAD, "The Right Finger of Me Left Hand," Gwen Verdon [audio recording disc - 2 copies] REDHEAD (?), "It Doesn't Take a Minute," Gwen Verdon [audio recording disc] REDHEAD, 5/2/58, 6 songs [listed on box], "Property of Dorothy Fields," [audio recording tape] RELAXATION - THE KEY TO LIFE [Kimbo, 1972] [record album, brochure] SHADES OF TODAY, Pat Williams [including "Bubbles Was A Cheerleader" [MGM] [record album] "The Song of Christmas," Gwen Verdon [audio recording disc] THE STORY OF FERDINAND, Gwen Verdon Reading [Caedmon, 1971] [record album] "Sunny & Very Good Year, Bill Bogart & Ron Parker" [audio recording disc] SWEET CHARITY [Columbia original Broadway cast recording, Gwen Verdon] [record album - 2 copies, CD] SWEET CHARITY [Decca original soundtrack album of the motion picture, Shirley MacLaine/Sammy Davis, Jr.] [record album - 2 copies] SWEET CHARITY, Debbie Allen as Charity [EMI Broadway cast album, 1986] [record album, cassette tape] MUSIC FROM SWEET CHARITY, Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra [Decca] [record album] SWEET CHARITY, Opening Night [This seems to be a dupe of "Opening Night at the Palace, the New Musical Comedy Hit, A Special On- the-scene Report from The Palace Opening and Cast Party at the Waldorf" by Radio Personality Fred Robbins]; Side B has "The Girl I Left Home For", Gwen Verdon [audio cassette tape] SWEET CHARITY, rehearsal ?, [listing from box]; 1) "Charity's Theme" 2) "You Should See Yourself" 3) "Soliloquy -Raincheck" [audio recording tape] "SWEET CHARITY" [labeled # 02013] [audio disc recording] SWEET CHARITY, "BIG SPENDER" [labeled # 02013, 1/31/68] [audio disc recording] SWEET CHARITY, "Rich Man's Frug" [labeled # 02013] [audio disc recording] SWEET CHARITY, "Rich Man's Frug" Part II, Part III [labeled # 02013] [audio disc recording] SWEET CHARITY [labeled only # 02013] [audio disc recording] SWEET CHARITY, "Big Spender" [labeled # 02013, 2/2/68] [audio disc recording] SWEET CHARITY [labeled "Notable Music, Lida Music"] [audio disc recording - 2 copies] SWEET CHARITY, "It's A Nice Face" [labeled #02013, 4/30/68] [audio disc recording] SWEET CHARITY, "Where Am I Going & Tag" [labeled #02013, 4/24/68] [audio disc recording] "Tears of Joy" Frank Loesser [audio disc recording] AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES FROM CASE MARKED "Submissions and Miscellaneous" [NOTE: these are not cross referenced with individual shows] 1) IT'S RAINING MEN [Paul Jarbara Demo] 2) LOVE ME AGAIN [Rita Coolidge] 3) PINK FLOYD/LED ZEPPLIN 4) LIZA/MEIN HERR 5) NOT LABELED 6) PIANO ?? demo?? 7) JED FEUER 8) TONY WEBSTER SONGS 9) DEDICATION TO "Love Is" [cassette 31] 10) THE MUSICAL: THE MODEL 11) HERB ALPERT: "Wild Romance;" THE POINTER SISTERS: "Contact" 12) SAY YOU, SAY ME [Lionel Richie] AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES FROM CASE MARKED "Submissions": 1) LECTURE; OCTOBER GROUP 2) RITE OF SPRING; ALLEN HERMAN PRODUCTIONS 3) JAZZICAL [Mike Garson] 4) STEVE ALLEN SONGS, VOL. IV 5) GERARD KENNY SONGS FOR BOB FOSSE 6) JONI (?) GROVES/ COMMERCIAL DEMOS 7) PEECH BOYS; RAY PARKER; BAZZ; GRACE JONES 8) HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME [Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray] 9) WILLPOWER 10) JACK WEST 11) THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE [Tierney-Drachman] 12) VAUDEVILLE MEMORIES [Jeff Steele] AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES FROM CASE MARKED "Miscellaneous, including Chayefsky Emmy Tribute and Interviews" 1) WILBUR STUMP/INTERVIEW; PERFORMANCE 2) same 3) EMMY AWARD TRIBUTE TO PADDY CHAYEFSKY 4) INTERVIEW 5/15/86 WITH GRUBB 5) FOSSE/NYU FILMMAKERS 6) FREDERICK GAYMON/TOM BAUMGARTNER 7) TIM COLLINS; INTERVIEW/PERFORMANCE 8) CHARLOTTE AND HAROLD GREENE 9) CASSETTE #3: "Down Home Diddley Dum" to "Mabel" 10) PERCUSSION IV AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES FROM BOX MARKED "Show, Research, Miscellaneous" 1) MONOLOGUE: TAG STANDUP 2) SONGS BY BOB CHRISTIANSON 3) LENNY BRUCE IS OUT AGAIN 4) GRAND OPENING [Spencer/Calloway] 5) THE BEST OF LENNY BRUCE 6) INTROSPECTION/MIKE ALTERMAN 7) CHICAGO, 1974: Announcement of Bob's Illness 8) WHO'S SORRY NOW 9) CHRISTMAS SONGS 10) HEAT: MUSIC, 1986 11) not labeled 12) not labeled 13) JOYCE FORD: 6 tapes 14) LENNY BRUCE INTERVIEWS 15) LENNY BRUCE: THE BERKELEY CONCERT 16) THINGS ARE GETTING BETTER [Van Joyce] 17) not labeled 18) "JOE'S SONG" DEMO [Jeffrey Townsend] 19) "AFTER YOU'VE GONE" [Benny Goodman] 20) LENNY BRUCE: THANK YOU, MASKED MAN 21) LENNY BRUCE IN CONCERT 22) LENNY BRUCE: AMERICAN 23) ESSENTIAL LENNY BRUCE POLITICS 24) MAHOGANNY #1 25) MAHOGANNY #2 26) MAHOGANNY #3 27) MEPHISTOPHELES 28) PIPPIN COMMERCIAL 29) KEN LAUB MUSIC 30) SHEL SILVERSTEIN; THE DEVIL & BILLY MARKHAM; BILLY MARKHAM'S DREAM 31) MIKE SHURTLEFF 32) ALL THAT JAZZ: STAND-UP MONOLOGUE 33) JENNIFER O'NEIL 34) THE RAGTIME BLUES 35) SIRENS 36) not labeled 37) EDITED BACH 38) not labeled 39) SONY DEMO CASSETTE 40) TV COMMERCIAL 41) '76 ARRANGEMENT 42) not labeled AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES FROM BOX MARKED "ALL THAT JAZZ, DANCIN', SWEET CHARITY" 1) ALL THAT JAZZ: ALL SELECTED TAKES 2) RHYTHM OF LIFE: ORIGINAL CAST 3) SWEET CHARITY I: LA CHANDLER PAVILION 8/17/85 MATINEE 4) ALL THAT JAZZ: ALL SELECTED TAKES 5) ALL THAT JAZZ: TAKE OFF WITH US...ETC. 6) ALL THAT JAZZ: 13-41;42-60, all takes 7) ALL THAT JAZZ: TAKE OFF WITH US, INTERLUDE, ETC. 8) ALL THAT JAZZ: BYE, BYE LIFE 9) ALL THAT JAZZ: HOSPITAL MEDLEY, PARTS 2,3,4 10) THERE'S NO BUSINESS ...[ETHEL MERMAN] 11) ALL THAT JAZZ: HOSPITAL MEDLEY, PART 1 11/23/78 12) ACT III 13) SWEET CHARITY II: SAT. MAT., 8/17/85 14) SWEET CHARITY: I'M THE BRAVEST INDIVIDUAL 15) LINDA CLIFFORD; IF MY FRIENDS COULD SEE ME NOW 16) ALL THAT JAZZ: MEDLEY: AFTER YOU'RE GONE, ETC.] AUDIO CASSETTES FROM BOX MARKED "STAR 80, LITTLE ME, GRIND, GOODBYE PEOPLE, I'M NOT RAPPAPORT, STAR 80" 1) GRIND 1 2) GRIND II 3) LITTLE ME: THE BACKSTAGE STORY 4) SONG & DANCE, NOV. 85, ACT II 5) STAR 80: UNDERSCORE 6) LADD CO: STAR 80 7) THE FOSSE/REES TAPE, 12/31/81 8) STAR 80, French, Warner-Columbia 8) I'M NOT RAPPAPORT 9) GOODBYE PEOPLE, MUSIC CUES 10) GOODBYE PEOPLE, 5/4/79 11) EDITING ROOM, SOUND 12) I'M NOT RAPPAPORT, ACT I 13) STAR 80, Editing, Television soundtrack AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES FROM BOX MARKED "BIG DEAL Research" 1) ROMAN DICARE 2) COOKIE VAN HOUSE/LOUIE ANDERSON 3) DEE CULLIN 4) LLOYD PRITCHARD/REX PUREFOY 5) FREDERICK GAYMON/TOM BAUMGARTNER 6) ERWIN LAITALA/TED DENESHA 7) J.D. STEELE GOSPEL SINGERS/GARY NEAL (BARKER) 8) MATTHEW KIRBY/KIRBY PLAYING DULCIMER [Including duplicates of above:] 1) FLASH BULBS IGNITING 2) GRANDFATHER CLOCK 3) WATCH TICKING I 4) BIG DEAL/:30 SCRATCH TRACK 5) MAKING WHOOPEE [Ray Charles] 6) WELL GIT IT 7) GET IT [TROMBONE] 8) IKE 9) ARE YOU HAVING ANY FUN 10) LORETTA DEVINE VOCAL DEMO 11) NOT LABELED 12) HARRY AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES FROM CASES MARKED "BIG DEAL Research" 1) CHARLIE MY BOY 2) COURTROOM RAP 3) AIN'T WE GOT FUN 4) RUMBLE 5) SITTIN' ON TOP 6) AIN'T WE GOT FUN/STOPTIME 7) BUTTON UP 8) HAPPY DAYS 9) DIG DEAL 2/18/86 10) REHEARSAL RUN-THROUGH 11) AIN'T WE GOT FUN 12) RAP 13) I GOT A FEELIN' 14) RAINBOW RIDER II/AIN'T SHE SWEET 1) FOR NO GOOD REASON 2) GIGOLO 3) CHERRIES 4) PICK YOURSELF UP 5) SCRATCH SONG DEMOS 6) CHICAGO [STREETCAR] 7) FOR NO GOOD 8) BEAT ME UPDATE 11/8 9) FOR NO GOOD REASON 10) ROB. SOUNDS 1 11) MUSIC GOES 'ROUND 12) ME AND MY SHADOW 13) T'AINT 1 & 3 14) AIN'T WE GOT 15) WH0-ZIS 1) ME AND MY SHADOW/T'AINT WHAT CHA DO 2) ME AND MY SHADOW/T'AINT WHAT CHA DO 3) CAMERA STEALING/BEAT ME DADDY/WELL GIT IT 4) PETER ALLEN: SONG HE WROTE FOR BIG DEAL 5) FINGER-RHYTHMS 6) ROBBERY [RHYTHM] 7) MUSIC GOES II 8) WESTSIDE RUMBLE 9) DADDY 10) BEAT ME [VOCAL] 11) SYNTH PERCUSSION 12) HARRY 13) AIN'T WE GOT FUN/TAP DANCE 14) BEAT ME BREAKDOWN 15) AIN'T - SOUND TRACKS 1) BIG DEAL/2 SPOTS/BOSTON 2) HAPPY DAYS 3) BEAT ME DADDY! :30 4) NEW BEAT ME, PART III 5) NEW CAMERA 6) ROBBERY TO END OF BOWS 7) EVERYBODY - BABY - NEW VERSIONS 8) BEAT ME [IMPROV] AND NEW BEAT ME 9) NOW'S THE TIME 10) ROBBERY 11) MILLION DOLLAR 12) BEAT ME REVISED 13) AIN'T SHE [POPCORN] 14) SHADOWS [RHYTHM] 15) ROBBERY 2/12 16) ROOSEVELT FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS 3/4/33 VIDEOCASSETTE TAPES, GENERAL [NOTE: all materials are located in the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS) of the Library of Congress. As available, MARC record numbers are indicated next to each videocassette tape] [NOTE: unless otherwise marked, these are all VHS format videocassettes. Identification has been taken from labels. The following are not necessarily grouped by their relation to a particular production, but alphabetically, according to labeling] [NOTE: Several pieces of correspondence and title lists pertaining to videotapes are filed elsewhere] [NOTE: these videocassette tapes are NOT cross referenced with individual productions] ALL THAT JAZZ [marked 3/4/85, television version, "property of Columbia Pictures-BF"] ALL THAT JAZZ [20th Century-Fox; RT: 123) (2 copies) DEBBIE ALLEN PRESENTATION, 2/8/85 [3/4"]; LC Record #95-514438 THE AMERICAN DANCE MACHINE: A Celebration of Broadway Dance FRED ASTAIRE SPECIAL and SWING TIME AT THE MOVIES, Program # 209:review of STAR 80 [3/4"] BEAT ME DADDY, Tony Awards BELMONT COMMERCIAL (Gwen Verdon); LC Record #95-514365 BIG DEAL, #1 BIG DEAL, # 2 BIG DEAL: "Where There's Smoke" [:30]; LC Record #95-514672 BIG DEAL: "Where There's Smoke" [4/24/86] BIG DEAL, compilation of rehearsal stories [WABC-TV/Ch. 7; CNN/Showbiz Today; Entertainment Tonight] BIG DEAL Boston TV Coverage: Entertainment Tonite opening night feature; WCVB-TV: Review and feature; WBZ-TV, Review and feature; WNEV-TV, Review and feature; WCVB-TV, "Good Day Boston," with Loretta Devine; WBZ-TV "Live on Four" with Cleavant Derricks; WGBH-TV, "10 PM News," Kevin Kelly interview with Bob Fosse; WCVB-TV: "Good Day Boston" with Alan Weeks, WCVB-TV, "City Line with Loretta Devine and Alan Weeks BIG DEAL ON MADONNA STREET; LC Record #95-514673 "BROADWAY! A Musical History with Ron Husman" Demo tape "BROADWAY! A Musical History," Vol. 1-5, 5 tapes CABARET [commercial release] [3 copies] CABARET [MGM/CBS] THE CANNES SHOW, 1980; THE OSCAR RACE, 1980 [3/4"] CHICAGO, Ash Ledonne Fisher, Vol. 1, 4/26/85 CHICAGO, Gwen and Chita [Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera, television commercial]; LC Record #95-514269 CHICAGO, television commercial; LC Record #95-514270 CHICAGO, television commercial; LC Record #95-514355 THE CLOWNS, Fellini COLE, Jack: Jack Cole Film Dances "Cool Hand Luke," Dr. Pepper, 5/8/81, Gwen Verdon; LC Record #95- 514433 "Cool Hand Luke, 5/8/81; LC Record #95-514919 DAMN YANKEES [Warner Home Video] Dance "Enamoranzia"; LC Record #95-514267 DANCE IN AMERICA: "Romeo and Juliet," San Francisco Ballet DANCE NUMBERS BY AMERICAN CHOREOGRAPHERS [Gwen Verdon's tape] Includes the following excerpts: OKLAHOMA! [Agnes de Mille: Dream ballet excerpts (Film - 1955) (Television Special - 1979) Biography of Jerome Robbins FANCY FREE - excerpt (1980) WEST SIDE STORY (film, 1961) Dance at the Gym Cool 7 BRIDES FOR 7 BROTHERS (Michael Kidd) (film, 1954) Hoedown HELLO, DOLLY! (Michael Kidd, 1969) Dancing ON THE RIVIERA (Jack Cole, 1951) Finale KISS ME KATE (Pan Hermes and Bob Fosse) (film, 1953) From This Moment On MY SISTER EILEEN (Bob Fosse, 1955) Alley Dance Give Me a Band PAJAMA GAME (Bob Fosse, 1958) Steam Heat DAMN YANKEES (Bob Fosse, 1958 Mambo Two Lost Souls LES GIRLS (Jack Cole, 1957) Why Am I So Gone...? CABARET (Bob Fosse, 1972) Mein Herr MOVIE, MOVIE (Michael Kidd, 1977) Torchin' for Bill SHOWSTOPPERS - A CHORUS LINE (Michael Bennett, television, 1980) Music and the Mirror THE LITTLE PRINCE (Bob Fosse, 1974) Snake in the Grass DANCIN' (Bob Fosse, 1977) Sing Sing Sing ALL THAT JAZZ (Bob Fosse, 1979) On Broadway Everything Old Is New Again DAVID AND BATHSHEBA DAVID AND BATHSHEBA [CBS Fox] DEAR JOHN 3/9/89 DERRICKS, Cleavant, "Moscow on the Hudson" [excerpts] DICK CAVETT SHOW, with Bob Fosse (2 half hour programs) THE DINAH SHORE SHOW [Nicole Fosse, Gwen Verdon] DOROTHY STRATTEN: THE UNTOLD STORY FAME [1015 The Center] THE FARMER TAKES A WIFE, 1953 FERRY, David: Audition tape [3/4"] "BOB FOSSE: STEAM HEAT," WNET/Thirteen, Great Performances, Dance in America, Episode # 1541, 1/25/90 FOSSE, London Television FOSSE: Various Dances FOSSE DANCES: KISS ME KATE; GIVE A GIRL A BREAK; MY SISTER EILEEN ? "Fox Rock" [3/4"] FROM RAQUEL [WELCH] WITH LOVE [3/4"] GIBB, Andy - segments: From Olivia Newton-John special and hosting "The Midnight Special," Bob Fosse presentation [3/4"] GIMME A BREAK [Gwen Verdon] GOOD MORNING, NY, Peter Bogdanovich interview (at 361 ft.) HALL, Arsenio, audition tape [3/4"] Hall of Fame, Television HAMILTON PLACE THEATRE, 5/81, selected interior shots [3/4"] HANG UP THE PHONE, directed by Howie Deutsch, 4/19/84 [3/4"] HELLO HOLLYWOOD: Bob Fosse (Italian, 2/1/88) HELLO HOLLYWOOD, Bob Fosse, 3/24/81 HELLO HOLLYWOOD, Bob Fosse, 4/23/81 HELLO HOLLYWOOD, QUI BROADWAY, RAI Italian television [3/4"] BOB HOPE SPECIAL, 10/14/68 [Gwen Verdon dances; original reel #4] [3/4"]; LC Record #95-514453 HOTEL, 5/18/89 HUBBARD STREET DANCE, 6/14/85 INVITATION TO THE WEDDING, Part 1 of 2 [3/4" tape] INVITATION TO THE WEDDING, Part 2 of 2 [3/4" tape] ISLAND dailies [reels 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, MOS reels 42. 46. 47 Pic/Tk] KEVIN KELLY - Bob Fosse, 2/24/86 KIDS, INC., show #216, starring Gwen Verdon: "Grandma Won't You Dance With Me" LEGS, ABC TV movie [Beta] LENNY, with Wilhemina label LENNY [Bob Fosse, 8/25/80] LENNY [United Artists] LENNY, Part I [3/4"] LENNY, Part II [3/4"] LIFE ON EARTH, Episode 12 LIVE AT FIVE, Mariel Hemingway Interview [52 ft.- 85 ft.] (Same tape as TODAY SHOW with Bob Fosse) LIZA WITH A Z, 1/5/87 LIZA WITH A Z [film to tape transfer, 11/13/89] LOVE CONNECTION II LOVE CONNECTION III MAGNUM, PI [10/31/85 (1039 ft.); 2/11/89] MAGNUM, PI [final] M*A*S*H, guest star Gwen Verdon: "That's Show Biz"; LC Record #95- 514919 MEISNER, SANDY, Documentary [excerpts] MOTOWN RETURNS TO THE APOLLO [NBC TV, May, 1985]: 000: opening 5.30: Medley - Tall, Tan, Teasin' 18.50: Gregory Hines 23.25: Tap - film clips 26.35: Hoofers MUSIC OF THE BIG BANDS MUSIC MOVES ME, Ann Reinking and Gary Chryst; Liza Minnelli interview MY WICKED WICKED WAYS [TV movie] NIGHT OF 100 STARS, performance date 2/17/85 [2 copies] NOXEMA SHAVING CREAM COMMERCIAL, with Farah Fawcett; LC Record #95- 514364 ON STAGE AMERICA [starts at 165', Ben Veeren segment ends at 242'] ONE OF A KIND SHOW, Frankie Klein and Manuel Arte PAUL'S CASE (American Short Stories Series), with Eric Roberts [audition material for STAR 80) [3/4"] PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, Producer's Circle, Parts 1 and 2, Episode 1, 9/19/85 PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, Producer's Circle, Parts 1 and 2, Episode 2, 9/19/85 PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, Producer's Circle, Parts 1 and 2, Episode 3, 9/19/85 PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, Producer's Circle, Parts 1 and 2, Episode 4, 9/19/85 PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, Producer's Circle, Parts 1 and 2, Episode 5, 9/19/85 PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, Producer's Circle, Parts 1 and 2, Episode 6, 9/19/85 PIPPIN, the University of Michigan PIPPIN, "Gisela, Fastrada" (Gisela is a German nightclub) [3/4"] PIPPIN: His Life and Times, Sheehan-Tele-Scenes, 1981 PIPPIN presentation, David Sheehan, 9/81 PIPPIN presentation, David Sheehan, 9/81 NOTE: the following 3/4" videotapes are editing materials for the Sheehan-Tele-Scenes production (information is taken directly from labels): PIPPIN, Part 1 of 2, Address code [3/4"] PIPPIN, Part 2 of 2, Address code [3/4"] PIPPIN, Part II, with Fosse fixes by Doby/Acito, 12/9/81 [3/4"] PIPPIN, Part II, with Fosse fixes by Doby/Acito, 12/9/81 [3/4"] PIPPIN, 11/1/81 [3/4"] PIPPIN, Part I, Final as of 11/22/81 [3/4"] FAST LANE LIVING, Final, 4/3/81 [marked Sheehan Telescenes, "yet another cutting style"] [3/4"] PIPPIN, Part I, Final, 11/19/81 [3/4"] PIPPIN, K. Doby's work [including Doby's letter to Bob Fosse] [3/4"] PIPPIN, Act I off line, master, 9/14/81 [3/4"] PIPPIN, first hour, 10/7/81 [3/4"] PIPPIN, 10/8/81, 1" on line with off line inserts [3/4"] PIPPIN, Part I out takes, excerpt of pull-ups [3/4"] PIPPIN Finale, 12/9/81, according to Bob Fosse notes executed by Doby and Acito [3/4"] PIPPIN, 9/2/81, Scene 1, 2nd cut [3/4"] PIPPIN, 10/30/81, Right Track and Finale [3/4"] PIPPIN, 8/30/81, 1st cut, open title sequence and Magic to do, corner of the sky [3/4"] Playmate Video Magazine Interview [VHS] REINKING, Ann, Casting, 11/3/75 [3/4"]; LC Record #95-514676 REINKING, Ann, Demo Tape, 30 min., 1/11/83 [3/4"]; LC Record #95- 514675 RICHIE, Lionel, "Dancing on the Ceiling," dir: Stanley Donen JEROME ROBBINS, Live from Studio 8H, 7/2/198? OTHER DANCES (3 numbers from 3 FOR THE SHOW, Jack Cole; Grable) RICHARD ROMANUS, "Ten Speed and Brown Shoe," audition tape [3/4"] SATURDAY Show, Miss Playmate and Miss USA [3/4"] GENE SHALIT Interview with Bob Fosse, 1/19/85 [and LOVE CONNECTION IV] GENE SHALIT Interview with Eric Roberts [3/4"] Barbara Sharma Demo Tape DAVID SHEEHAN, 3/24/81 DAVID SHEEHAN, Cannes [3/4"] SHOWDANCE, the BBC Late Show, 1991 SHOWTIME, November TAKE ONE Profile of Bob Fosse, interviewer: Laura Davis [3/4 "] SHOWTIME IN CANNES, with David Sheehan, 1980 [3/4"] SHOWTIME IN CANNES, Bob Fosse, 8/25/80 SHOWTIME IN HOLLYWOOD #2, David Sheehan, 10/80 [3/4"] SHOWTIME IN HOLLYWOOD #3, David Sheehan, 12/15/80 [3/4"] SHOWTIME IN HOLLYWOOD #6, David Sheehan with Bob Fosse, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Ann Reinking [3/4"] SHOWTIME IN HOLLYWOOD #22, David Sheehan [3/4"] JOEL SIEGEL, Oscars, 4/14/80 [3/4"] JOEL SIEGEL, Oscar Show, Bob Fosse, 8/25/80 SMITH, Norman: "Reel Life" [3/4"] THE SOUTH BANK SHOW, Bob Fosse, 3/26/81 SPOTLIGHT! [Gwen Verdon, Guest] SRO: Paris CABARET, 11/7/80 [3/4"] Star Award, Michael Bennett, 1988 ["Reflections" by Bob Avian, Presentation Version] Star Award, Bob Fosse, 1988: "Reflections, by Gwen Verdon" STAR 80 [Ladd/Warner] STAR 80: WABC-TV, ABC NET, GOOD MORNING AMERICA [3/4"] STAR 80, "Music cues for recording sessions" (4) [3/4"] marked on cover "for re-recording, use as blanks] STAR 80, "Trailer composite, 8/25/83" STAR 80, Casting: Tracy and Kirsten [3/4"] STAR 80, Casting: N.Y. "Betty:" Sheila Kennedy, Courtney Carrington [VHS] STAR 80, Casting: NY "Betty:" Sheila Kennedy, Courtney Carrington [3/4"] STAR 80, Casting: Jennifer Coofe (Betty) [3/4"] STAR 80, "Eileen" casting, 4/13/82 (2) [3/4] (tape label reads "Tracie & Nicole, 4/13/82") STAR 80, Casting, "Eileen" Test, Central Park, Quogue, with Lisa STAR 80, Casting, "Eileen" Test, Nicole's interview and Kathy, #3, 4/13/82 [3/4"] STAR 80, Casting, "Eileen" Test, Kathy cont., #4, 4/13/82 [3/4"] STAR 80, rough cut videotape edit, part 1 STAR 80, rough cut videotape edit, part 2 STAR 80, Edited Version, Temp Music, and Full 3 Min. Version [3/4"] STAR 80, Mariel Hemingway Interview, 9:00 am, 2/3/82; Hefner Interview Ch. 7/ABC, 7:30, 2/2/82 STAR 80, WNBC-TV, NBC NET, TODAY, Nov. 16, Wed., 7am [3/4"] STAR 80: Clips 40-45; publicity clips, "New" [3/4"] STAR 80: Television excerpts, 40-46, "Old" [3/4"] STAR 80: Television excerpts, 10/22/83 [VHS] "Steps," Dr. Pepper, 5/8/81, Gwen Verdon STRATTEN, Dorothy, 5/6/82, Canadian Television STRATTEN, Dorothy: BCTV [3/4"] STRATTEN, Dorothy: BCTV News: "Playmate Murdered," and "Stratten Film" [3/4"] STRATTEN, Dorothy: 1980 Playboy Playmate of the Year Press Luncheon STRATTEN, Dorothy: 1980 Playmate of the Year Press Luncheon, with time code [3/4"] STRATTEN, Dorothy: TONITE SHOW segment [3/4"] SWEENEY TODD, Part 1, [3/4"] SWEENEY TODD, Part 2, 3/12/82 [3/4"] SWEENEY TODD, Part 3, [3/4"] SWEET CHARITY, Part 1, Steve David SWEET CHARITY, Part 2, Steve David Backstage at SWEET CHARITY, 1986; LC Record #95-514778 SWEET CHARITY, PBS version SWEET CHARITY - 1 SWEET CHARITY, Minskoff Theatre, 10/27/86 [:30, SWEET CHARITY; :10 SWEET CHARITY]; LC Record #95-514704 SWEET CHARITY (Bob Fosse, reel 1, 5/22/85) 1) "Big Spender" 2) "Frug" 3) "If My Friends Could See Me Now" 4) "There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This" SWEET CHARITY (Bob Fosse, reel 2, 5/22/85) 1) "Rhythm of Life" 2) "Brass Band" 3) "I Love to Cry at Weddings" SWEET CHARITY Commercial [30 sec]; Brass Band [10 sec]; [Macy's Parade]; LC Record #95-514772 "Taste the Music" Frank Langella audition tape [ALL THAT JAZZ] [3/4"]; LC Record #95-514358, #95-514357, #95-514359 THE TEMPEST, 5/27/80; LC Record #95-514268 THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT, Part II [MGM/CBS] (2) THIEVES TODAY SHOW, Bob Fosse interview [5.5 ft.-49 ft.] (tape also including Mariel Hemingway on LIVE AT FIVE) TOMORROW Show, Dorothy Stratten [after 400 ft.] Tony Awards, Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon Tony Awards, Bob Fosse, 1980, American Theatre Wing Tony Awards, 1986 TRAPPER, 3/30/85 [TRAPPER 0-607; Bill Boggs, 608-659] TV HALL OF FAME Unidentified [3/4"] VASQUEZ, Antonia: Pfizer/Coty, Emeraude, "One Man, One Fragrance" [3/4"]; LC Record #95-514362 "Verdon" VERDON [Bob Fosse, 3/24/81] GWEN VERDON'S DANCE NUMBERS [Bob Fosse, 3/31/81] VIEWPOINT: "Cameras, Courts, Justice," 5/24/84, Part 1 [3/4"] VIEWPOINT: "Cameras, Courts, Justice," 5/24/84, Part 2 [3/4"] CRAIG WASSON, "Nights at O'Rears" audition tape [3/4"] CRAIG WASSON, "Four Friends" audition tape [3/4"] WEBSTER, 1/10/86; EQUALIZER, 2/19/86; WEBSTER YORK, Michael: Screen test [3/4"] WNET/13 FILM AND VIDEOTAPE MATERIALS [USED FOR "BOB FOSSE: STEAM HEAT"] [NOTE: all materials are located in the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS) of the Library of Congress. As available, MARC record numbers are indicated next to each film, video, or sound recording] [NOTE: all information is taken from labeling on the materials themselves; these materials are not cross listed with individual productions] WNET/THIRTEEN, GREAT PERFORMANCES DANCE IN AMERICA: BOB FOSSE VARIOUS DANCE ROUTINES [3/4 in. videocassette, master]; LC Record #95-514847 BREAKFAST TIME "BOB FOSSE" [3/4 in. videocassette] ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: FOSSE OBIT FOOTAGE [label on tape; label on case also says "BIG DEAL outtakes"] [3/4 in. videocassette, KCS-20]; LC Record #95-514674 #1 BOB FOSSE: AMERICAN EXPRESS COMMERCIAL [1 in. videotape]; LC Record #95-514356 PIPPIN COMMERCIAL (Through ADO) [1 in. videotape] #211 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: BOB FOSSE SEGMENTS [4 cut spots] [1 in. videotape] #211B DANCE IN AMERICA: BOB FOSSE: STEAM HEAT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT - 4 cut segments B-Roll, Split audio tracks, 1/16/90 [1 in. videotape] #7 WOGAN: BOB FOSSE INTERVIEW [1 in. videotape] #9 FOSSE/MEISER DANCE IN AMERICA workpic transfer w/audio & Nagra audio only [1 in. videotape] #10 9/10/85 AM: FOSSE ON LENNY 9/24/87 PM: FOSSE OBIT [1 in. videotape] #13 SWEET CHARITY, featurette, Part 1 of 3 [1 in. videotape, film transfer master] #14 CAVALCADE OF STARS [1 in. videotape] #18 AFFAIRS OF DOBIE GILLIS, GIVE A GIRL A BREAK [clip reel] [1 in. videotape] #47 PAJAMA GAME: Clip [1 in. videotape] #33 THE LITTLE PRINCE, SWEET CHARITY, CABARET, [SECTIONS FROM LASERDISC] [1 in. videotape] # 49 DAMN YANKEES: SELECTED CLIPS [1 in. videotape] #50 MY SISTER EILEEN: SELECTED CLIPS [1 in. videotape] #70 TOMORROW SHOW: BOB FOSSE [1 in. videotape] DANCIN': DANCIN' ROAD SHOW :30 [1 in. videotape] #210 SINGLE TAPE: BOB FOSSE STEAM HEAT 1) Title test 2) DANCIN' 3) CHICAGO commercial [1 in. videotape] #40 SINGLE TAPE: KISS ME KATE, INDIAN DANCE, SHOELESS JOE, SENIOR LOCO, ALL THAT JAZZ [1 in. videotape] From box marked: "I INCH VIDEOTAPE, GWEN VERDON & NICOLE FOSSE INTERVIEW, 9/89, FILM TO TAPE": Green FUJI videotape cases numbered 20-30 [11 cases] #4 YOUR HIT PARADE, 10/7/50 [1 in. videotape] #5 WE THE PEOPLE, 11/24/50 [1 in. videotape] #16 BURNS AND ALLEN [1 in. videotape] #17 GARRY MOORE SHOW [1 in. videotape] #48 STAR 80 TRAILER [1 in. videotape] From box marked "#1, FILM NEG, Camera A, Interview with Gwen Verdon and Nicole Fosse, 9/89;" and 16 mm film negatives From box marked "#2, FILM NEG, Camera B, Interview with Gwen Verdon and Nicole Fosse, 9/89;" and 16mm film negatives DANCE IN AMERICA audio tape: 1) Audiotape of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/6/89, Roll #1 2) "Raw Audio" of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/6/89, Roll #2 3) "Raw Audio" of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/6/89, Roll #3 4) "Raw Audio" of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/6/89, Roll #4 5) "Raw Audio" of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/7/89, Roll #5 6) "Raw Audio" of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/7/89, Roll #6 7) "Raw Audio" of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/7/89, Roll #7 8) "Raw Audio" of Gwen Verdon Interview, 9/7/89, Roll #8 WNET/13 RESEARCH: PRESS BOOKS Box 82A 1) FOSSE: TRANSCRIPTS Re: Fred Astaire Boston BIG DEAL footage Capezio Award Dance Magazine Award Dick Cavett Show Nicole Fosse Interview Re: Sanford Meisner Joel Siegel Interview Sheehan Interviews SWEET CHARITY Featurette Shalit Interview STAR 80 Trailer SWEET CHARITY Palace opening Tomorrow Show Gwen Verdon Interview Terry Wogan Show (BBC) WNET/13 RESEARCH: PHOTOS Box 60D 1) Assorted photographs printed for WNET use: Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon professional/personal miscellaneous, primarily black and white, 8x10, including stills from HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS, NEW GIRL IN TOWN, BELLS ARE RINGING, REDHEAD, PAL JOEY, ALL THAT JAZZ, and photos of Fosse, Joan McCracken, et al. FILM, GENERAL (Including film picture and soundtrack elements) [NOTE: all materials are located in the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS) of the Library of Congress. As available, MARC record numbers are indicated next to each film, video, or sound recording] [NOTE: identifications on film elements have been taken from leaders and cans; these materials are not cross referenced with individual productions] FILM PRINTS, MISCELLANEOUS: FOSSE MEMORIAL, Stanley Donen [can, 16mm] FOSSE MEMORIAL, 2 of 3 [35mm film case] FOSSE MEMORIAL, 3 of 3 [35mm film case] CABARET [16mm film case] LENNY [16mm film case] PERSON TO PERSON, Gwen Verdon [can, 16mm] THE LITTLE PRINCE 1) THE LITTLE PRINCE: SNAKE DANCE, Scene 160, Dupe Mag Soundtrack, 592 ft., 35mm 2) THE LITTLE PRINCE: SNAKE DANCE, black and white dupe action for the above track, 35mm UNIDENTIFIED 1) Marked Universal, Prod. # 53124, B Neg, 8/30/79, Reel 1 2) Marked Universal, Prod. # 50917, B Neg, 11/16/78 TELEVISION COMMERCIALS, VARIOUS 16mm film clips for commercials: 1) CHICAGO #3, Billy's Girls 2) PIPPIN, 1 1/2 min version 3) CHICAGO #2, Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera 4) CHICAGO, Jazz :30 5) Fosse, American Express 6) PIPPIN II 7) PIPPIN, Dance, color :60 8) 8mm film from Peter Turgeon (?) 9) 16mm color film on reel - Ben Vereen at head, PIPPIN? ADDITIONAL AUDIO TAPES 1) Audio tape: EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN 2) Audio tape: Peter Allen songs STAR 80 [35mm prints, in carrying cases] 1) STAR 80, Reels 4, 5, 6, marked "Back Up #1, 8/26/83" 2) STAR 80, Reels 4, 5, 6, marked "interneg check print, 8/8/83" 3) STAR 80, Reels 1, 2, 3, marked " #2 Preferred Print, 8/16/83" 4) STAR 80, Reel 6, marked "Back Up print" [single reel case] 5) STAR 80, Reels 1, 2, 3, marked "#1 Back Print, 8/26/83" 6) STAR 80, Reels 1, 2, 3,, marked "NY Back Up Print"[film needs cleaning; one badly rusted reel] 7) STAR 80, Reels 4, 5 marked "Back Up Only, do not screen" 8) STAR 80, Reels 1, 2, 3, marked "interneg check print, 8/8/83" 9) STAR 80, Reels 4, 5, 6, marked "NY Back Up Print STAR 80 Reel 6, "Wet gate reel" [in box, 35mm] Reel 6, "non-splice" [can, 35mm] Reel 6, "splice" [can, 35mm] STAR 80 FILM ELEMENTS 1) Scene 76, Carnival, Paul and Eileen, A Cam, B Negative, PIX 2) WILD TRACK 3) Scene 76, Wild Tack, Eileen's dialogue 4) Scene 77, August Playmate, Hugh Hefner, Dorothy Stratten, picture track 5) Scene 76, Look at Me, B cam, B negative 6) Scene 76, Look at Me, B cam, B negative STAR 80 FILM ELEMENTS Reel 6, FXB (35mm picture track) Reel 6, DIAL X (35mm picture and soundtrack) Reel 6, FX D [35mm picture track] Reel 6, FX A [35mm picture track] Reel 6, DUB DIA C [35mm picture and soundtrack] STAR 80 FILM ELEMENTS Reel 6, FXC R-6 Reel 6, FXH R-6 Reel 6, FXI R-6 Reel 4, Music 6 Reel 6, Dub Dia A Reel 6, Dia D Reel 6, Dia B Reel 6, Dia C Reel 6, Pix Reel 6, Pix (sic) Reel 6, Dia A Reel 6, Dub Dia B STAR 80 FILM ELEMENTS Reel 6, FXE R-6 Reel 6, FXF, R-6 Reel 9?, Backup Pix Reel 5, Music, 2B Reel 5, Music, 2A Reel 5, Music 1 Reel 5, Music 4 Reel 5, Music 3 Reel 5, Music 5 Reel 5, Music 6 Reel 5, Music 7 Unidentified STAR 80 FILM ELEMENTS Reel 6, FXG Reel 5, C trk, magnetic stripe Reel 5, D trk, magnetic stripe Reel 5, A trk, magnetic stripe Reel 5, B trk, magnetic stripe (music) R3AB ? Reel 5, MX Dupe Pic 2/25/83 Reel 5, FXF Reel 5, FXC Reel 5, FXE Reel 5, FXH Reel 5, FXG STAR 80 FILM ELEMENTS Reel 5, FXB Reel 5, FXA Reel 5, FXD Reel 5, Dia A Reel 5, Dia C Reel 5, Dub Dia A Reel 5, Dia Y Reel 5, Dia X Reel 5, Dia B Reel 5, Dub Dia B Reel 5, Dub Dia C STAR 80 MUSIC 1) PLAYBACK, SOOKIE SOOKIE 2) PLAYBACK, WE'VE ONLY JUST BEGUN 3) PLAYBACK, ONE WAY OR ANOTHER 4) WILD TRACK: BLACK EYED BLUES [Joe Cocker] 5) PLAYBACK, DO I DO 6) PLAYBACK, ADAGIO IN G [Albinoni] STAR 80 MUSIC REELS 1) PLAYBACK: YMCA 2) PLAYBACK: LOVE'S THEME 3) PLAYBACK: TUBULAR BELLS 4) PLAYBACK: BARTOK CONCERTO FOR ORCHESTRA 5) PLAYBACK: LAY DOWN SALLY [mansion, Scene 90] 6) PLAYBACK: UP ON CRIPPLE CREEK [mansion, Scene 90] MISCELLANEOUS [Including STAR 80 and THE LITTLE PRINCE] 1) TWO TIME CHARLIE [can, 8mm] 2) TAKE ALL OF ME, Count Basie [Audio tape, in can] 3) 16mm soundtrack labeled "Synch, Jump cut" 4) 16mm color film (release print) segment, labeled "sound fill," but is part of a Montgomery Clift film 5) 16mm black and white film clips, labeled "trims," unidentified 6) 16mm black and white film clips, labeled "outtakes" unidentified 7) Unidentified audio tape, no label 8) MISCELLANEOUS can containing audio tape: "Traffic, Children Playing, Baby Crying," few feet of STAR 80 titles few feet of STAR 80 slides, audio tape labeled "Waters? trims") 9) Small can, 16mm black and white film, labeled "Trims, Jumpcut" 10) THE LITTLE PRINCE - 35mm audio and picture for Bob Fosse dance sequence

OVERSIZED ITEMS

[NOTE: these items are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable, and also with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon personal files where applicable] SHEET MUSIC (Oversized) Box 57C THE CONQUERING HERO "The Campaign" Box 57C DAMN YANKEES "Who's Got the Pain," "Brains and Talent" Box 57C THE GARRY MOORE SHOW Sheet music used in the show Box 57C NEW GIRL IN TOWN "Ven I Valse" Box 57C SWEET CHARITY Songbook, "SWEET CHARITY: Vocal Selections" Box 57E REDHEAD "Simply Marvelous," " I Feel Merely Marvelous," "Tom's Apartment," "Look Who's in Love," "'Erbie Fitch's Dilemma," "Pickpocket Tango," "The Right Finger of Me Left Hand" Box 57C, MISCELLANEOUS 57G "Bubbles Was a Cheerleader," "Let Me Entertain You," "The Category Stomp," "The Girl I Left Home For" (music Gwen Verdon recorded on the album) Box 57A, PETER GENNARO/GWEN VERDON BENEFIT 57B This is a mixture of the Peter Gennaro/Gwen Verdon music used for a performance at the restored Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh, PA MISCELLANEOUS--Fosse/Verdon Box 57H THE HAMPTONS, 7/4/86: "Gwen Verdon Does a Number - On Critics and Producers" By Dick Anderson, 3 copies Box 57H THE HAMPTONS, 8/1/86: "The Dancin' Man (Bob Fosse)" By Dick Anderson Box 57H DANCE Magazine, "Jack Cole" Series by Glenn Loney, 1/83, 2/83, 3/83, 4/83, 5/83, 6/83, 8/83,9/83, 11/83, 12/83, 1/84 Box 7B SCRAPBOOK Clippings scrapbook on Bert Williams MISCELLANEOUS--Posters, handbills, etc. [NOTE: these items are cross referenced with individual production files where applicable] Box 97A ALL THAT JAZZ 33x48 black and white German poster Box 96F BIG DEAL 20x29 color poster, mounted on cardboard Items 95A BIG DEAL -95C 29x64 color reproductions of cast, mounted on cardboard Box 87A CHICAGO 16x27 1/2 color lobby poster from Det Danske Teater Box 87B CHICAGO 41x59 color poster, 46th Street Theatre Box 97D DANCIN' Foreign DANCIN' posters: 15x22, color, Palais de Congres, Paris; 16x23, color, Theatre Mogador, Paris; 13 x 27 1/2 (not illustrated, handbill), Teatro Comunale Bologna; 27x39, color, Teatro Petruzzelli, 1983 Box 97J STAR 80 Color 1 sheet, 27x41, of Mariel Hemingway with daisy Box 97I STAR 80 10 sheets of color proofs of Mariel Hemingway as Dorothy Stratten, reproducing her PLAYBOY poses and cover; 23x36 each Box 97J STAR 80 Color photo (printed in negative) of Mariel Hemingway POLAROID montage; 20x24 Box 97B SWEET CHARITY Large - 51 in./height, black and white computer printout reproduction of the "Big Spender" girls photo MISCELLANEOUS (Not pertaining to Bob Fosse or Gwen Verdon) Box 97E ERTÉ 24x32 color poster for Grosvenor Gallery Box 97E FOX GRAPHIC ORIGINALS 40x25 poster of dancers in tuxedos on piano keys Box 97E NIGHT OF 100 STARS Color, 29 1/2x50 Box 97E SLEIGHT OF HAND One sheet color poster, Cort Theatre, signed by J.C. Suares (designer) OVERSIZED PHOTO BOX 86A (Unless otherwise noted) [NOTE: these items are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable, and also with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon personal files where applicable] ALL THAT JAZZ, 12x19 color photo; 16x19 color photo Ann Reinking dancing (alone); Ann Reinking dancing (male dancer in background) CAN-CAN, 13x18 black and white Milton Marx caricature on illustration board CHICAGO Handbill, color, 14x19, Alexander Theatre, 1977; Handbill, 16 1/2 x 23 1/2, color, Teater Arena; Poster, 20 x 27 1/2 color, Operett Szinhaz Drawing (reproduction), Gwen Verdon dancing, by Mark Cote (2, same) CHICAGO, 15x19, mounted black and white photos By Murray Laden, one of Gwen Verdon, one of Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera CHICAGO, caricature, on illustration board By Mark Cote; this is an original; there are copies elsewhere DAMN YANKEES, 15 x 19 1/2 black and white photo Gwen Verdon in "Whatever Lola Wants" costume (damaged) DAMN YANKEES, 16x19 photo montage SPORTS ILLUSTRATED montage of magazine photos of Gwen Verdon in baseball uniform THE MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER, 9 1/2x12 1/2 color advertisement Advertisement from magazine REDHEAD, 13x16 black and white mounted photo Gwen Verdon and Richard Kiley, by Murray Laden Box 86B STAR 80, 16x20 black and white advertisement Film advertisement Box 86B SWEET CHARITY (stage), sketch, 12 1/2 x 18 "Dear Ms. Charity ...," by Bob Costello Box 86B Various productions DAMN YANKEES (film) 3 large ad cuts SWEET CHARITY (stage), 15x22, color Theatre de la Music production STAR 80 15x21, handbill, color; 12x18, trade ad Box 86A Fosse Caricature of Bob Fosse and scenes from shows, on illustration board, by Mark Cote Fosse, 13x18, black and white ad Mitsubishi ad of Bob Fosse Verdon, 16x18 black and white (some color added) photo Gwen Verdon dancing (damaged) Verdon, 3 (fragile, damaged) mounted black and white photos, 10x13, 10 1/2 x 12 1/2, 10 1/2 x 12 By Marcus Blechman, early career publicity Allan Jones, black and white 8x10 photo Allan Jones; mounted with autograph to Gwen Verdon Barney Martin, black and white mounted photo Barney Martin, with autograph, "To Mary...4/24/76," photo by Martha Swope; 8x10 cardboard piece, with note: "To Gwen, I love you I love you, Barney" Box 86A AWARD CERTIFICATES Hamilton College, Honorary Doctorate, to Gwen Verdon FILM DAILY, 1958, "Filmdom's Famous Fives," to Gwen Verdon Newspaper Guild of New York, 1959 Page One Award to Gwen Verdon for REDHEAD Interfest, 1990, award to Gwen Verdon George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, 1972, to Bob Fosse for LIZA WITH A Z 8th International Film Festival of India, 1981, certificate of participation, for ALL THAT JAZZ CMA (Creative Management Associates) ad honoring Bob Fosse for his "Triple Crown" OVERSIZED PHOTO BOX 85B (Unless otherwise noted) [NOTE: these items are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable, and also with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon personal files where applicable] Box 85B ALL THAT JAZZ Several miscellaneous large-format casting photos Box 85C CABARET: press reviews Extensive; photocopies; 1972 CABARET: press book Post-Academy Awards; including review quotes, photos, other press Box 85B Costume Sketches, Gwen Verdon: NEW GIRL IN TOWN (1); from unidentified television show (2) Box 85B Location research: 2 contact sheets Unidentified Box 85B PHOTOGRAPHS, large format see PHOTO FILES Box 85B CHICAGO: photograph, 11x14, black and white Chita Rivera and Gwen Verdon Box 85B NEW GIRL IN TOWN: photograph, 11x14, black and white By Friedman-Abeles; rehearsal shot of Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse (used in publicity), including other dancers in background Box 85B SWEET CHARITY (stage): Ringling Bros. Circus; photographs, 11x14, black and white, 3 10x13, black and white, 2 11x14 Gwen Verdon waving from atop an elephant (who's wearing a CHARITY banner) (3 duplicates); 10x13: same series, with unidentified man in shot (1), and unidentified man next to elephant Box 85B SWEET CHARITY (film): photographs, 11x14, black and white, 25 Many by Larry Barbier (Universal Pictures); 3 separate matte folders marked "production stills," not in sequence: Bob Fosse setting up shots, directing Shirley MacLaine, between scenes, filming dances ("Frug") with Gwen Verdon assisting, general "director" shots - Bob Fosse on stepladder, giving directions to unseen crew, at the camera, with crew on street and in lake. Bob Fosse directing Shirley MacLaine, in dance hall and on the street; Shirley MacLaine alone. Gwen Verdon and Sammy Davis, Jr. recording "Big Daddy;" Bob Fosse directing "Brass Band" on sets, outdoors, etc. Single photo of Gwen Verdon, Shirley MacLaine and Nicole Fosse. 2 duplicate shots of Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse, Shirley MacLaine, and Paddy Chayefsky and son. Box 85B SWEET CHARITY (film): photographs, 11x14, black and white, 12 Some by Larry Barbier (Universal Pictures); matte folder marked "film stills," several shots from "Rich Kids Frug" (4); "Brass Band" with Shirley MacLaine (1); Shirley MacLaine on rooftop (2); several with Sammy Davis and Shirley MacLaine; Chita Rivera (1) Box 85B SWEET CHARITY (film): photographs, 10 x 13 1/2, black and white, 6 "Fosse rehearsing MacLaine:" series from 5 different negatives of Bob Fosse showing Shirley MacLaine dance steps; focus is on Bob Fosse, Shirley MacLaine is partially visible (from rear) in several, Gwen Verdon is partially visible (from rear) in several Box 85B SWEET CHARITY (film): 11x14, black and white, 4 By Larry Barbier (Universal Pictures); matte folder marked "Fosse, Verdon, Simon:" 3 separate photos (1 dupe) of Neil Simon and daughters, Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon (visiting set?) Box 85B BOB FOSSE, Miscellaneous Box 85B Portraits: photographs, 11x14, color, 2 By Steve Vaughan; STAR 80 portrait: duplicates, Bob Fosse with cigarette in mouth and hands thrown up next to his head Box 85B Photograph: 11x14, black and white, 1 By Mike Tighe; mounted image, 6x7, Bob Fosse, seated, with leg up, 1975 Box 85B Photograph, 9x14, black and white, 1 Undated head shot of Bob Fosse wearing sunglasses Box 85B Photograph, 11x14, black and white, 1 By Mary Ellen Mark; full length portrait of Bob Fosse in cutoffs and sunglasses, smoking and holding wine glass; used for "Mr. Abbott" program Box 85B GWEN VERDON, Miscellaneous Box 85B Photograph, 11x14, black and white, 1 By Carroll Seghers II; Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera performing in top hat and tails Box 85B Photographs, 14x17, black and white, 2 Mounted photos of Gwen Verdon instructing, Colgate Community College Teaching Workshop: Gwen Verdon alone, Gwen Verdon working with a dancer OVERSIZED BOX 86C Box 86C1 THE CONQUERING HERO Photographs, 11x14, black and white, 33 By Pat Ferrier; terrific series (few duplicates) photographed over a period: Bob Fosse at rehearsals. Many shots include actors and actresses, but the focus is Bob Fosse. Some have been used for publicity Box 86C2 THE LITTLE PRINCE Photographs and negatives, 14x11, black and white, 50 Extensive, high quality stills, production shots, and informals of Bob Fosse choreographing and dancing his Snake Dance: plotting dance moves, speaking with director and actor, etc. Broad range of shots, with numerous duplicates. 1 4x5 negative of publicity still, Bob Fosse in tree. Also includes familiar silhouette shot of Bob Fosse dancing OVERSIZED CLIPPINGS BOX 86D (Unless otherwise noted) [NOTE: these items are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable, and also with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon personal files where applicable] Fragile magazines (complete), magazine pages, and newspaper clippings, bound to matte board, from: CAN-CAN 1953-54 CAN-CAN Pages from single fragile scrapbook DAMN YANKEES Pages from single fragile scrapbook DAMN YANKEES 1955: magazines; 1974: clippings DAMN YANKEES 1955: clippings DAMN YANKEES 1955: clippings REDHEAD, 1958-60 BOB FOSSE Fragile general magazines and clippings LIFE Magazine 2/23/59: REDHEAD (Gwen Verdon) cover (2 complete magazines VARIETY 5/11/55: "Baseball B.O. Poison," page one BILLBOARD, 5/14/55 NEW YORK NEWS Magazine 1/26/75, (LENNY) "Valerie Perrine: I'm No Grace Kelly," by Bob Lardine OVERSIZED BOX 86E (Unless otherwise noted) [NOTE: these items are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable, and also with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon personal files where applicable] FOSSE Front page of THE AMUNDSEN LOG, 10/5/44 (Amundsen High School, Chicago), with banner: "Bob Fosse President" MINNELLI, LIZA Matted black and white photo in 14 x17 frame PHOTOGRAPHS Large format; see PHOTO FILES Box 86E BOB FOSSE, Portraits: photographs, 11x14, black and white, 3 By Britain Hill; series of 3 different shots of Bob Fosse, seated, with "OH WOW" poster in background Box 86E GWEN VERDON, Miscellaneous, (including benefits); photographs, 11x14, black and white, 7 Various photographers including Murray Laden: mounted photo, Gwen Verdon in glasses and straw hat (1); Ra Cantu: Gwen Verdon (and woman pianist) performing for the Bedside Network, Lyons VA Hospital, 1965 (3), and damaged print, same series, Gwen Verdon holding "Bedside Network Songbook" (1); Pat Ferrier: Elizabeth Seal and Gwen Verdon performing in a Postgraduate Center for Mental Health benefit, 1 of Seal alone, 2 of Seal and Gwen Verdon Box 86E REDHEAD, Rehearsal; photographs, 10 1/2 x 13 1/2, black and white, 4 From envelope marked "Orchestra Rehearsal and Pickpocket Tango;" Orchestra rehearsal: Gwen Verdon/Bob Fosse, rear silhouette surveying orchestra (1); Bob Fosse and composer Albert Hague (1); Gwen Verdon singing, with Jerry Blackton, Dorothy Fields, Albert Hague (1); different shots of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon and Bill Guski rehearsing "Pickpocket Tango" (2) Box 86E REDHEAD, photograph, 11x14, color, 2 By Linda Bartlett, production shots, each featuring Gwen Verdon, 1 seated drinking, 1 three shot Box 86E SUNDAY NEWS Magazine, 11x14, color, laminated page, 1 Laminated page of SUNDAY NEWS Magazine, 7/19/59, featuring photos from REDHEAD, with text Box 86E ALL THAT JAZZ, photographs, 11x14, color, 3; 11x14, black and white, 2 Color: Roy Scheider in role (2); portrait shot of Roy Scheider and Erzebet Foldi (1); black and white: ALL THAT JAZZ in neon lights (2) Box 86E CABARET, photograph, 9x12, color, 1 Fosse directing Minnelli - the camera is behind Fosse, he's gesturing with his hands, Munich set Box 86E Photograph, 9x14, black and white Liza Minnelli, in still from another film, perhaps "...Junie Moon;" casting file shot? Box 86E DAMN YANKEES (stage), photographs, various formats, black and white, 5 LIFE Magazine photographer: damaged print, Bob Fosse rehearsing cast (he's striding with head in hands) (1, 9 x 13 1/2); SUN-TIMES, Leo Friedman: different scenes of Gwen Verdon and Ray Walston (2, 10x13); Leo Friedman: different shots marked "YANKEES in New Haven tryout. This piece was cut and replaced by WHO'S GOT THE PAIN," Gwen Verdon with gorilla in one shot, dancing with group in the other (2, 9x13 and 10 1/2 x 13 1/2); Leo Friedman: different shots of Stephen Douglass and Gwen Verdon in LOLA number (2, 10x13) Box 86E DAMN YANKEES (stage), photographs, 10x12, black and white, 1 Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon, group at the Tony Awards Box 86E DAMN YANKEES, photograph, 8x13, black and white 1 Retouched "Lola" Verdon portrait, used for publicity Box 86E DANCIN', photographs, 11x14, black and white, 4 By Lene Costello; 2 shots, and duplicates of each of DANCIN' cast, informal Box 86E GIVE A GIRL A BREAK, lobby card, 11x14, color, 1 Lobby card: Bob Fosse, Gower Champion, and Debbie Reynolds Box 86E PIPPIN, photograph, 11x14, black and white, 1 Full length photo of Leland Palmer Box 86E NEW GIRL IN TOWN, photographs, 10 x 13 1/2 to 11x14, black and white, 18 By Friedman-Abeles; series of publicity shots for NEW GIRL: Gwen Verdon and George Wallace on the docks of NYC, including Gwen Verdon cooking, Gwen Verdon with longshoremen in bar, Gwen Verdon dancing on the docks, etc. Box 86E SWEET CHARITY (stage), photographs, 9 1/2 x 13 1/2 to 11x12, black and white, 4 By Al Stewart; stills from several different scenes, each featuring Gwen Verdon (very chiaroscuro), and one enlargement of still Box 86E Photographs, 9x13, black and white, 2 By Mark Kauffman (LIFE); photos of Gwen Verdon in dressing gown, seated, "After the show, 1966" Box 86E Photographs, 11x 14, black and white, 4 By Friedman-Abeles; 2 separate shots for production publicity, each with duplicate: a) Charity: twisted foot, hand on hip, finger in mouth; b) backwards glance, hand on hip (poster) Box 86E SWEET CHARITY (revival - Debbie Allen), photographs, 11x14, black and white, 2 By Robert Kalfus (NY POST); cast, Cy Coleman, Debbie Allen, Bob Fosse at piano, 1986; Debbie Allen, Bob Fosse, and Gwen Verdon, 1986 OVERSIZED POSTER BOX 85D (Unless otherwise noted) [NOTE: these items are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable, and also with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon personal files where applicable] CABARET, posters Color, 40x55, Italian Color, 27x41, 3 copies CHICAGO, 12x15 pencil drawing, matted in 20x23 frame By Graff, 1978, of Ann Reinking and Liza Minnelli as Roxie Hart DANCIN', 2 handbills, 14 x22, full color Broadhurst Theatre (1 on cardboard) BOB FOSSE, MISCELLANEOUS, costume sketches, 16x24 "I am your Bobby doll," LEGS, 11x14 poster board Thank you card from LEGS cast to GWEN VERDON LENNY, black and white poster, 27x41, 2 MAN OF LA MANCHA, 14x22 window card, color Anta Washington Square Theatre PIPPIN, color poster, 41x64 1/2 Photo montage of color snapshots of cast members, 21x18 1/2, on suede backing, handmade PLEASURES AND PALACES, color lithograph, 14x22 Fisher Theatre, Detroit REDHEAD, color poster, 41x64 46th St. Theatre Box 85A STAR 80, laminated press quotes, 7x13 Box 85A POSTERS (NOTE: these were damaged by mildew; they've been packaged together): 23x62 French STAR 80 posters; (2; 1 is autographed to "Steve" by Bob Fosse); 47x64 French posters (2, 1 with minimal damage); 15x21 French handbill (1); French STAR 80 press kit (1); 2 press clippings Box 85D THIEVES, black and white mounted photo, 14 1/2x20, 9 1/2x 14 -photo size Photo of Bob Fosse by Louis Goldman, with inscription by Louis Goldman Box 85D GWEN VERDON, MISCELLANEOUS Thank you to Gwen Verdon from students (teaching workshop), on computer paper Box 57A, VERDON, MISCELLANEOUS 57B Peter Gennaro/Gwen Verdon Benefit conductor's score from show medley Box 57G GWEN VERDON, MISCELLANEOUS "Bubbles Was a Cheerleader" conductor's score Box 7 ALL THAT JAZZ Sheet music Box 85E, STAR 80 85F Sheet music FRAMED POSTERS, MOUNTED PHOTOS, ETC. [NOTE: these items are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable] Box 96F BIG DEAL, 20x29 color poster Man dancing, with shadow of a dollar bill sign, mounted on cardboard BIG DEAL, 29x64, color Reproduction of cast, mounted on cardboard Boxes 95A, 95B, 95C, posters BIG DEAL, 2 64x29 color posters Mounted on cardboard; 2 different shots of cast Boxes 95A, 95B, 95C, posters BIG DEAL, 2 43x29 color posters Mounted on cardboard; 2 different shots of cast Boxes 96B, 96C, posters BIG DEAL, 48x21 color poster Mounted on cardboard Box 96E, posters BIG DEAL, 48x31 color poster Mounted on cardboard Box 96D, posters Box 87A CHICAGO, 14x21 color handbill Abo Svenska Theatre, in clear plastic modular frame Box 87A CHICAGO, framed poster, 16x20, color 46th St. Theatre Box 93A DAMN YANKEES #1, framed poster, 15x23, color Original, Gwen Verdon in baseball shirt, 46th St. Theatre Box 93A DAMN YANKEES #2, framed poster, 15x23, color Original, Gwen Verdon in "Whatever Lola Wants" costume, 46th St. Theatre Box 93A HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, framed poster, 15x23, color 46th St. Theatre Box 87A LENNY, framed black and white magazine page, 16x20 From VARIETY; "Bob Fosse, Best Director for LENNY" Box 87A LENNY, framed, 23x18, black and white, double page ad United Artists double page spread magazine ad, listing Oscar nominations for LENNY, black and white Box 93A LITTLE ME, framed color poster, 15x23 Original; Lunt Fontanne Theatre Box 93B LITTLE ME, artist's design paste-up, 20x28 By Paul Bacon Box 93A NEW GIRL IN TOWN, framed color poster, 15x23 By Oscar Liebman (artist); 46th St. Theatre; damaged and taped Box 93A PAJAMA GAME, framed poster, 15x23, color Peter Arno design, St. James Theatre Box 93A PAL JOEY, framed poster, black and white photo, 10x14-- photo size; in 17x21 frame Viveca Lindfors and Bob Fosse, by Alice Jeffrey, 1965 Box 96A PAL JOEY, 20x40 Foamcore mounted photo Young Bob Fosse in robe Box 87A PIPPIN, framed poster, 15x23, color Opera House at the Kennedy Center Box 87A PIPPIN, framed poster, black and white, 16x22 With press quotes Box 93A REDHEAD, framed poster, 15x23, color Original, 46th St. Theatre Box 93A SWEET CHARITY, framed poster, 15x23, color Original, Gwen Verdon, Palace Theatre Box 93A THIEVES, 20x24, black and white photo Bob Fosse in character, mounted on Foamcore Box 93A THIEVES, 20x24, black and white photo Bob Fosse in character, mounted on Foamcore Box 87A SET SKETCH, 23x18 Unidentified, drawing room, signed by artist Box 112 FILM FEST, BERLIN, framed poster, 33x46 From the 34th International Berlin Film Fest, 1984

SCRIPTS, MISCELLANEOUS

[Primarily material sent to Bob Fosse on spec, or colleagues' and friends' projects, also includes articles and manuscripts] Box 61A 5-6-7-8: A Sort of Musical Comedy Stan Cutler THE ADVERSARY Edward H. Schmitt AMERICA WAS Jack Heifner AMERIKA Yoram Porat and Shlomo Gronich ANNIE Carol Sobieski ANY DAY NOW Michael Nolin and David Engelbach AURORE, The Early Life of George Sand Carroll Baker AWAY OUT William Saroyan BECKY! Berny Stringle BLUE MOVIE Terry Southern Box 61B BOJANGLES Samm-Art Williams; 2 THE CHAMPEEN Melvin Van Peebles CHAPLIN Colin Welland DESERT ROSE Larry McMurtry, book draft CHILDREN OF PARADISE Marcel Carne DOUBLE JEOPARDY David Shaw Box 61C EATING RAOUL, The Musical Paul Bartel ELAINE MAY MUSICAL EUDORA AND THE ZEBRA Mary C. Noble FIREBIRD Nieman Chiffre-Nul FORMERLY BERMAN'S Alan King THE GOODBYE PEOPLE Herb Gardner (2) HANG-UPS Leslie Bricusse HEADMISTRESS Henry Denker Box 61D HUNDREDS OF GIRLS (?) I LOVE MY WIFE Michael Stewart JAZZ BABIES Larry Gelbart JAZZ DANCING, uncorrected bound proofs Robert Audrey THE LATE GREAT CREATURE Peter Stone Box 61E LIBBY HOLMAN Jon Bradshaw LIFE CYCLE Roderick Taylor LIFE'S PROMISES W. Peter Bradford LIGHT A PENNY CANDLE Jack Dunphy LIVES OF THE POETS E.L. Doctorow Box 61F THE LIVING END Frank Galati MACK THE KNIFE Alan Howard MIRRORS, 2: book and screenplay James Lipton MUSIC IS MY MISTRESS Berny Stringle THE NAME OF A SOUP Elaine May Box 63A ON THE RIVIERA Richard Clarke ONE NIGHT STAND Herb Gardner THE PETRIFIED FOREST (?) PICASSO AND HIS FRIENDS Ralph Herrmanns RAGTIME E.L. Doctorow ST. JAMES ELK John McTiernan SATURDAY NIGHT Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein SILENCE David Rayfiel Box 63B STOMPING GROUND Denis Hamill and John Hamill TREVOR John Bowen TREVOR Robert Goldman UNTITLED David Shaw Box 63C UNTITLED SCREENPLAY Norman Steinberg VIVA!, A Musical Adventure Felicia Bauer and Matt Dubey WHITE DOG Romain Gary (article) WORLD'S FAIR E.L. Doctorow YES INDEED! Avery Corman YONDERLAND Natasha Ronay

PLAYBILLS AND PROGRAMS

(Not directly related to Bob Fosse or Gwen Verdon's work) Box 58A AFTER THE FALL ALL OVER TOWN AMERICAN PASSION (2) AS IS BALLET RUSSE DE MONTECARLO BETRAYAL BINGO BROADWAY BOUND CANDIDE CATS THE CHANGING ROOM CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD THE COLORED MUSEUM DIVISION STREET DOCTOR JAZZ DREAM GIRLS ENCORE AWARDS, 1985 PROGRAM EVITA (2) FOLLIES FOOLS THE GOODBYE PEOPLE THE GOOD DOCTOR GOODTIME CHARLEY JOEL HALL DANCERS MARVIN HAMLISCH (MUSICAL TRIBUTE) HAY FEVER THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES I'M NOT RAPPAPORT IRENE JACKIE MASON'S "The World According to Me!" JEROME ROBBIN'S BROADWAY JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR THE MAGIC SHOW LIZA MINNELLI IN CONCERT THE MOONY SHAPIRO SONGBOOK ANN REINKING/MUSIC MOVES ME Box 58B THE NEW DRAMATIST'S SPRING LUNCHEON, 4/13/84 NINE NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY NUREYEV AND FRIENDS ONE MORE SONG/ONE MORE DANCE (3) ORPHANS OVER THERE! PEG THE RED MILL THE RINK ROSE SINGIN' IN THE RAIN THE SUNSHINE BOYS TANGO ARGENTINA TSCHAIKOVSKY FESTIVAL, NYC BALLET, 1981 (2) UN TRAGEDIE DE CARMEN TRIBUTE TRIBUTE TO PAVLOVA WELCOME TO THE CLUB THE WIZ Box 58C PROGRAMS, MISCELLANEOUS 1989 ENCORE AWARDS 25TH ANNIVERSARY (ARTS BUSINESS COUNCIL) FILM: "BODY DOUBLE" FILM: "THE FALCON AND THE SNOWMAN" FILM: "THE KILLING FIELDS" NEW YORK CITY BALLET TCHAIKOVSKY FESTIVAL 1981 NEW YORK CITY BALLET 1981 FILM: "ROXANNE" SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAN BALLET "TRIBUTE TO PAVLOVA" PENDLETON FESTIVAL BALLET FILM: "2010"

MISCELLANEOUS MAGAZINES

(Including some dance articles, and articles on colleagues or co- stars, but otherwise not directly related to Bob Fosse or Gwen Verdon) AFTER DARK, 3/69 ESQUIRE, 4/74 ESQUIRE, 5/75 ESQUIRE, 6/75 ESQUIRE, 8/86 LIFE, 2/25/72 LIFE, 3/3/72 LIFE, 11/3/72 LIFE, Special Report, 1974 NEW YORK TIMES Magazine, 1/1/84 NEW YORKER, 2/21/25 (reprint) NEW YORKER, 5/22/89 ROLLING STONE, 3/15/84 SHOW, 11/63 TEMPO (Italy), 8/1/70 VANITY FAIR, 11/85
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