Identification: MSS 099, F851
Creator: Greggs, Herbert D.
Title: Green Bags/White Linen : a one-act play : typescript
Inclusive Dates: circa 1965
Extent: 1 item (29 p.)
Abstract: This original mimeographed typescript is Herbert D. Greggs's copy of his playscript for Green Bags/White Linen: a one-act play .
Language: Materials entirely in English.
MSS 099, F851, Herbert D. Greggs, Green Bags/White Linen : a one-act play : typescript, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.
Box 59, F851: Shelved in SPEC MSS 099 manuscript boxes
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American playwright Herbert D. Greggs was the general manager of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology Inc. in Syracuse, New York. In 1979 the Herbert D. Greggs Awards, which promote innovative and in-depth writing about theatre design an technology in TD&T (Theatre Design & Technology), were founded to honor the highly-regarded Greggs.
"United States Institute for Theatre Technology Inc. Awards and Grants." http:/www.usitt.org (accessed November 2009).
This original mimeographed typescript is Herbert D. Greggs's copy of his playscript for Green Bags/White Linen: a one-act play.
Bound in unprinted black wrappers, the playscript has written on the title page, "Herb's copy," and bears the author's address label. A few pages of the script bear ink holograph corrections made by Greggs.
Green Bags/White Linen : a one-act play : typescript , circa 1965 [Box 59 F851]