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Archives of the Proscenium Press
Manuscript Collection Number: 313
Accessioned: Purchase, 1975-1993.
Extent: 13 linear ft.
Content: Letters, photographs, contracts, bank statements, drawings, certificates of copyright, catalogs, calendars, broadsides, posters, programs, galley proofs, page layouts, bills (financial), typescripts, journal, drafts (preliminary versions), clippings, photomechanical reproductions, microfilm, poems, books, playbills, and playscripts.
Access: The collection is open for research.
Processed: February 1995 by Anita A. Wellner.
Special Collections, University of Delaware Library
Newark, Delaware 19717-5267
Table of Contents
Series III: Robert Hogan personal and professional papers, 1899 - 1993
- Manuscripts written by Robert Hogan
- Theater programs collected by Robert Hogan
- Certificates of copyright for plays written by Robert Hogan, 1966 - 1970
- Research material collected by Robert Hogan, 1899 - 1969
- Miscellaneous Materials
Series IV: Manuscripts written by Mary Rose Callaghan, 1976 - 1990
- The Awkward Girl: a novel
- Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter
- Has Anyone Seen Heather?
- A House For Fools
- The Improper Grandfather
Historical Note Biographical Note Scope and Content Arrangement Note Series Outline
To Other Contents List PagesSeries I: Letters and manuscripts of authors published by Proscenium Press, 1917 - 1993 (bulk dates 1962 - 1993)
Series II: Proscenium Press Files, 1917 - 1993
8 Series III. Robert Hogan personal and professional papers, 1899-1993 Includes correspondence; microfilm and photocopies of research material; manuscripts and galleys of plays, reviews, or books by Hogan; a journal; and theater programs and publications collected by Hogan. Series III.1. Letters, 1920-1983 Arranged alphabetically by sender. F404 Barthelme, Donald 1975 Mar 10 TLS 1p F405 Bly, Robert 1975 Nov 10 TLS 1p F406 Booth, Wayne 1975 Oct 30 TLS 1p F407 Cotter, Denis Jr. Typescript of Cotter's biographical sketch of Francis MacManus. F408 Deane, Seamus, 1940- 1977 Apr 29 ALS 2p F409 De Sola Pinto, Vivian and Irene 1967 Print 1p Note: Printed Christmas greeting which includes Vivian de Sola Pinto's poem "Dawn in Flanders" (1918). This is no. 34 of 200 printed. F410 Figgis, Allen 1978 Apr 17 TLS 1p Note: Includes a biographical sketch of Helen Wykham. F411 Gish, Lillian, 1896- 1981 Jan 15 TNS 1p F412 Galvin, Patrick, 1927- 1980 Mar 16 TLS 1p F413 Gordimer, Nadine 1975 Dec 15 TLS 1p F414 Gorelik, Mordecai, 1899- 1975 Nov 10 ANS 1p Note: Includes photocopied letters to Gorelik from playwright Robert E. Lee. 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.1. Letters (cont'd) F415 Hall, Donald, 1928- 1975-1976 Letters 6p Note: Includes a photocopy of The New York Times publication of Hall's poem "Kicking the Leaves" (1975 Oct 17). F416 Hambleton, T. Edward 1980 Oct 28 TLS 1p F417 Horniman, A. E. F. 1920 May 14 ALS 2p (to unidentified) F418 Keane, Nona 1972 Mar 19 TLS 1p F419 Kermode, Frank, 1919- 1975 Dec 3 TLS 1p F420 Kinahan, Lady 1983 Jun 12 ALS 2p F421 Kilroy, Thomas [n.y.] Nov 12 TLS 1p F422 Kline, Herbert 1983 Letters 6p Note: Includes a carbon of Kline's letter to actor Burgess Meredith and information concerning a film project about theater artists. F423 LeBrocquy, Sybil 1967 Nov 6 ALS 1p F424 Luke, Peter 1978 May 1 TLS 1p F425 Lyons, Leland 1977 Jan 28 TLS 1p F426 MacDermott, Gerald B. 1967 Jan 25 ALS 1p F427 McMaster, Anew 1962 Jun 15 ALS 2p F428 Manahan, Anna 1971-1972 Letters 39p F429 Miller, Henry, 1891-1980. 1963 Apr 2 ACS 1p 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.1. Letters (cont'd) F430 Munson, Gorham Bert, 1896-1969. 1967 Jan 21 TL 2p F431 O'Brien, Maire Cruise 1977 Jan 28 TLS 1p F432 O'Donnell, Peadar 1950 Jul 28 TLS 1p (to Frank) F433 O'Duffy, Cathleen and Rosalind 1971-1978 Letters 3p F434 O'Farachain, Roibeard, 1909- 1977 Feb Letters 2p F435 O'Flaherty, Liam, 1896- (To: Unidentified) 1952 Oct 3 ANS 1p F436 O'Mahoney, Eoim 1966 Dec 14 ALS 2p F437 Paley, Grace 1975 Nov 15 TLS 1p F438 Payne, Basil 1972-1973 Letters 6p Note: Includes curriculum vitae and articles about Payne. F439 Percy, Walker, 1916- 1975 Nov 2 ALS 1p F440 Reid, Alec, 1921- 1971 Nov 29 TLS 1p Richards, Shelah F441 1981-1983 Letters 16p Note: Includes typescript and photocopied material toward Richards's autobiography Let's Play Ghosts, which was to be written with Robert Hogan. F442 Typescript (carbon) of Richards's autobiography Let's Play Ghosts: a life in the theatre (n.d.). F443 Robertson, Olivia, 1917- 1978-1979 Letters 3p Note: Includes reviews of Robertson's books, as well as a flyer for her publications. 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.1. Letters (cont'd) F444 Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. (To: Dublin Drama League) 1928 Oct 4 Print 1p F445 Ryan, Meda 1978 Feb 22 TLS 1p F446 Scudder, Alice 1972 Nov Letters 2p F447 Smith, Nancy [n.d.] ALS 1p F448 Snodgrass, W. D. (William De Witt), 1926- 1975 Oct 31 TLS 1p F449 Stout, Rex, 1886-1975. 1968-1971 Letters 9p F450 Wagoner, David 1975 Letters 2p Note: Includes a curriculum vitae. F451 Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975. 1975 Feb 25 ALS 1p F452 Wilson, Angus 1980 Dec 14 ALS 1p F453 Wimsatt, William K. (William Kurtz), 1907-1975. 1975 Mar 3 TLS 1p Series III.2. Manuscripts written by Robert Hogan, 1962-1972 Arranged alphabetically by title of manuscript. F454 A Better Place, 1972 Mimeographed typescript of Hogan's play, with flyers and reviews of the play's production at Dublin's Gate Theatre and 14th Street Theater and The American Theater in New York. F455 The Crows of Mephistopheles and Other Stories by George Fitzmaurice(Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1970), 1970 Galley proofs of Fitzmaurice's stories, edited by Robert Hogan. Removed to galley section. F456 The Independence of Elmer Rice by Robert Hogan (Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1965), 1965 Galley proofs removed to galley section. 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.2. Manuscripts (cont'd) F457 "A Theatre Journal: an account of plays produced by Robert Hogan," 1962-1963 Hogan's journal chronicles the 1962 premier productions of O'Casey's play Behind the Green Curtains and Elmer Rice's play Love Among the Ruins, at the University of Rochester's Modern Irish Drama Festival. Also includes transcripts of letters from O'Casey, Denis Johnston, Padraic Colum, Paul Vincent Carroll, Seamus de Burca, Gabriel Fallon, Rice, and others (original letters are available in Series I). Inserted in the journal are clippings, programs, drawings of stage settings, notes for sound cues and costumes, reviews of the plays, and notes taken during rehearsals. Programs for other plays staged at the University of Rochester and Hogan's notes about his work at the university are part of the journal, as are pages from the playscript for Love Among the Ruins (which bears stage notes on the verso) and a poster advertising the Rochester production (removed to the oversize section) of this play. F458 Toward a National Theatre by Frank J. Fay (Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1969), 1969 Author's page proofs and jacket, with editing and introduction by Robert Hogan. 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs collected by Robert Hogan, 1926-1993 The programs are arranged alphabetically by theater name and then chronologically by performance dates. The title of each play and the name of the playwright is also included. See Series III.6 for several posters advertising Irish plays presented by Abbey Theatre and the Royal Academy of Music School of Drama. Abbey Theatre (Dublin) F459 1926 Mar 16 In the Shadow of the Glen (Synge) and The Whiteheaded Boy (Robinson) Apr 3 The Workhouse Ward (Lady Gregory) and The Would-be Gentleman (Moliere, Lady Gregory) Apr 27 The Glorious Uncertainty (MacNamara) May 10 Professor Tim (Shiels) 2 copies 1927 Jan 11 The White Blackbird (Robinson) and The Coiner (Duffy) 1929 May 20 The Plough and the Stars (O'Casey) Jul 2 Mountain Dew (Shiels) Jul 9 Look at the Heffernans! (MacNamara) Jul 16 Full Measure (O'Brennan) and The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet (Shaw) Aug 27 The Glorious Uncertainty (MacNamara) and The Coiner (Duffy) Sep 3 Paul Twyning (Shiels) Sep 17 The Rising of the Moon (Lady Gregory) and Birthright (Murray) Nov 26 The Pot of Broth (Yeats) and Mixed Marriage (Ervine) 2 copies F460 1930 Jan 21 The Rising of the Moon (Lady Gregory) and The Playboy of the Western World (Synge) Feb 11 The Woman (O'Leary) May 13 Peter (Mayne) Jul 14 The Plough and the Stars (O'Casey) Jul 21 John Bull's Other Island (Shaw)  Sep 20 The Big House (Robinson) 1933 Oct 9 Paul Twyning (Shiels) 1934 Sep 3 The Plough and the Stars (O'Casey) 1936 Jul 13 Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living? (Robinson) 1937 Feb 15 Margaret Gillan (MacNamara) Aug 16 The Rising of the Moon (Lady Gregory) and The Playboy of the Western World (Synge) 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) Abbey Theatre (cont'd) F461 1938 Jan 10 The Gossoon (Shiels) May 16 The Far-off Hills (Robinson) Jul 25 The Moon in the Yellow River (Johnston) Aug 22 Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living? (Robinson) Oct 3 The Jailbird (Shiels) Oct 24 Quin's Secret (Shiels) Oct 31 Juno and the Paycock (O'Casey) 1939 Jan 2 The Plough and the Stars (O'Casey) Feb 6 In the Shadow of the Glen (Synge) and Caesar's Image (Carey) Apr 24 The Dear Queen (Ganly) and Bird's Nest (Robinson) May 1 Shadow and Substance (Carroll) May 22 Juno and the Paycock (O'Casey) May 29 The Silver Jubilee (O'Daly) and Meadowsweet (O'Kelly) Aug 21 Paul Twyning (Shiels) Sep 4 The King of Spain's Daughter (Deevy) and The Shadow of a Gunman (O'Casey) Sep 18 Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living? (Robinson) Oct 16 The Far-off Hills (Robinson) Oct 23 The Whiteheaded Boy (Robinson) F462 1940 Jan 15 Juno and the Paycock (O'Casey) Jan 22 Spring (Murray) & Bird's Nest (Robinson) Mar 11 Give Him a House (Shiels) Apr 8 The Heritage (Montgomery) Apr 15 The Silver Jubilee (O'Daly) and In the Train (Hunt) Apr 22 Mount Prospect (Connor) May 13 Birth of a Giant (MacAdam) and The Birthday of the Infanta (Cullen) May 20 The Passing Day (Shiels) May 27 Look at the Heffernans (MacNamara) Jul 8 The Far-off Hills (Robinson) Jul 15 To-Day and Yesterday (Hepenstall) Oct 1 The Rugged Path (Shiels) Oct 28 Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living? (Robinson) Nov 18 Mount Prospect (Connor) 1941 Feb 24 The Summit (Shiels) May 19 The Lady in the Twilight (Wall) Nov 24 The Three Thimbles (MacNamara) 1943 Mar 21 Assembly at Druim Ceat (O'Farachain) and Hyacinth Halvey (Lady Gregory) May 3 Old Road (Molloy) 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) Abbey Theatre (cont'd) F463 1960 Jun 27 The Money Doesn't Matter (D'Alton)  Arms and the Man (Shaw) and Krapp's Last Tape (Beckett) 1964 Mar 2 The Ploughs and the Stars (O'Casey) 1965 Jun 29 The Wood of the Whispering (Molloy) 1966 Dec The Patrick Pearse Motel (Leonard) 1967 Jan 31 The Shaughraun (Boucicault) Sep 11 Red Roses for Me (O'Casey) Sep 24 The Loves of Cass Maguire (Friel) Sep 30 International Theatre Seminar (programs and a catalog) Oct 5 A Brecht Evening: The Day of the Commune (Brecht) and Cabaret of Savagery and Delight (Bernelle) Dec 26 An Cailin Ban (Boucicault) F464  Jan 16 The Last Eleven (White) 1968 Apr 15 The Shaughraun (Boucicault) May 13 The Two Shadows: In The Shadow of the Glen (Synge) and The Shadow of a Gunman (O'Casey) Jul-Aug Borstal Boy (Behan), Famine (Murphy), Happy as Larry (MacDonagh), Riders to the Sea (Synge), The General's Watch (Power), The Playboy of the Western World (Synge), The Sound of the Gong and The Countess of Cathleen (Yeats) [Dec] An Baile Seo'Gainne (Judge) 1969 May 19 The Quare Fellow (Behan) Aug 18 Swift (McCabe) 1970 Jul 27 The Hostage (Behan) 1972 Jun 27 Bedtime Story and The End of the Beginning (O'Casey) and Splinters From a Glass (Rowe) 1973 Jul 2 The Freedom of the City (Friel)  God's Country (MacDonagh) 8 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) Abbey Theatre (cont'd) F465 1974 Jan 15 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Brecht) Jul 16 Ulysses in Nighttown (Joyce) 1975 May 29 Katie Roche (Deevy) 1976 Jun 14 We Do It For Love (Galvin) Jun 29 The Shaughraun (Boucicault) with ticket stubs Jul 19 The Sanctuary Lamp (Murphy) [1976 Aug 2] The Plough and the Stars (O'Casey) Dec 21 Time Was (Leonard) 1977 Feb 17 The Old Lady Says "No!" (Johnston) Mar 24 Living Quarters (Friel) Aug 11 Cock-a-Doodle Dandy (O'Casey) Dec 21 Wild Oats or, The Strolling Gentlemen (O'Keeffe) F466 1978 Jan 23 Talbot's Box (Kilroy) 1979 Mar 8 Aristocrats (Friel) May 17 Petticoat Loose (Molloy) Jun 11 Sharon's Grave (Keane) 1980 Jul 14 A Life (Leonard) F467 1981 Mar 17 Faith Healer (Friel) 2 copies Apr 2 All in Favour Said No! (Farrell) 2 copies May 14 The Passing Day (Shiels) 2 copies May 25 The Scythe and the Sunset (Johnston) 2 copies Aug 13 Scenes From an Album (Trevor) Dec 17 The Hostage (Behan) 9 F468 1983 Jul 25 Translations (Friel) Aug 18 The Moon in the Yellow River (Johnston) 1984 Aug 9 The Man From Clare (Keane) Dec 13 The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare) F469 1985 May 9 The Drums of Father Ned (O'Casey) Jul 29 All the Way Back (Farrell) Aug 22 The King of Friday's Men (Molloy)  Sep Souper Sullivan (Harris) with ticket stub 1985 Dec 2 Observe the Son of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (McGuinness) Dec 30 A Thief of a Christmas (Murphy) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) Abbey Theatre (cont'd) F470 1986 Nov 20 The Far-off Hills (Robinson) 1987 Jul 28 A Whistle in the Dark (Murphy) [1987/1988] The Silver Dollar Boys (Donnelly) 1988 May 23 St. Stephen's Green or The Generous Lovers (Philips) Aug 22 Boss Grady's Boys (Barry) Oct 3 Colours - Jane Barry Esq. (Binnie) 1989 Jun 20 King of the Castle (McCabe) 2 copies F471 1990 Feb 20 The Silver Tassie (O'Casey) Apr 24 Dancing at Lughnasa (Friel) Jul 5 The Shaughraun (Boucicault) Aug 8 Second Annual W. B. Yeats International Theatre Festival 1991 Apr 2 The Gigli Concert (Murphy) May 7 The Plough and the Stars (O'Casey) Jun 25 Hedda Gabler (Ibsen) Nov 27 The Corsican Brothers (Boucicault) F472 1992 Apr 21 Moving (Leonard) Jun 17 Drama at Inish (Robinson)  Moonshine (Nolan) 1993 Jan 12 The Honey Spike (MacMahon) Jun 30 Wonderful Tennessee (Friel) F473 [n.y.] Oct 10 Borstal Boy (Behan) [n.d.] Juno and the Paycock (O'Casey) [n.d.] The Wakefield Mystery Plays (Rose) [n.d.] Arrah-na-Pogue (Boucicault) [n.d.] Purple Dust (O'Casey) F474 Aldwych Theatre (London) 1969 Sep 10 The Silver Tassie (O'Casey) 1970 Jun 23 London Assurance (Boucicault) with clipping and autograph note F475 Arts Theatre (Belfast) 1965 Jun 21 One For the Pot (Cooney, Hamilton) 1969 Aug 14 The Mating Season (Cree) F476 The Beavers Theatre (Dublin) [n.d.] Country Boy (Murphy) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) F477 Bray Theatre Royale Ltd. (Bray) [n.y.] Sum Painted Sparrows (Paxton, Hoile) [n.d.] Spreading the News (with brochure) F478 Cyril Cusack Productions (Dublin) [n.d.] The Bishop's Bonfire (O'Casey) F479 Druid Theatre Company (Galway) 1975-1976 In the Glens of Rathvanna, In the Shadow of The Glen, and The Tinker's Wedding (Synge) F480 Dublin Grand Opera Society, Ireland (Dublin) 1984 Wtr Cosi Fan Tutte (da Ponte, Mozart), Der Rosenkavalier (van Hofmannsthal) and Die Fledermaus (Haffner, Genee, Heilhac, Halevy) 1986 Wtr Gala Operatic Concert, Orfeo ed Euridice (Gluck, da Calzabigi), and Turandot (Puccini) 1990 Apr-May Peter Grimes (Britten), Madam Butterfly (Puccini), and Don Giovanni (da Ponte, Mozart) 1992 Apr Martha (von Flotow) F481 Dublin Theatre Festival (Dublin) 1964 Sep-Oct Final programme 1967 Oct Guide to Tenth Dublin Theatre Festival  Tent Meeting (Larson, Lee and Wackler) 1986 Oct 11 The Puppeteer from Lodz (Segal) 1987 Sep-Oct The Life and Death of a Fireman (flyer and program) 1988 Sep-Oct Laurel and Hardy (McGrath) F482 Duchess Theatre (London) [n.d.] The Au Pair Man (Leonard) F483 Duke of York's Theatre (London) [n.d.] The Price (Miller) F484 Eblana Theatre (Dublin) 1970 Apr 8 The Savages (Douglas) Jul 27 It's a Two-Foot-Six-Inches Above-the-Ground World (Laffan) 1977 Feb 14 Lovers and Other Strangers (Taylor, Bologna) 1986 Jul 29 Mr. Wonderful MCP (Rowan) & ticket stub [n.d.] A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Nichols) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) F485 Field Day Theatre Company (Ireland) 1987 Pentecost (Parker) 1988 Making History (Friel) F486 Focus Theatre (Dublin) 1992 The Master Builder (Ibsen) F487 Gaiety Theatre (Dublin) 1960 Jun 20 The Mikado (Gilbert, Sullivan) Jul 25 Flights of Fancy (O'Donovan) 1967 Nov 13 The Gondoliers, The Yeomen of the Guard, and H.M.S. Pinafore (Gilbert, Sullivan) 1970 Jun 16 Gaels of Laughter '70 (O'Donovan) 1976 Oct 7 Dead Eyed Dicks (King) 1977 Mar 21 The Merry Widow (Park, Lehar) 1979 Apr 16 Tosca (Puccini) Jun 5 Hunky Dory (Doherty) 1980 Annie (Meehan) 1982 Jun 22 Irishmen (Leonard) 1985 Oct 26 Arsenic and Old Lace (Kesselring) 1987 Jul 13 One of Our Own (Linehan, Doherty) Sep 10 John Bull's Other Island (Shaw) 2 copies 1993 Jun 14 The Chastitute (Keane) [n.d.] The Words Upon the Window-pane (Yeats) and O'Flaherty V.C. (Shaw) F488 The Garrick Theatre (London) 1967 Apr 20 Uproar in the House (Marriott, Foot) 1969 May 7 She Stoops to Conquer (Goldsmith) F489 Gas Company Theatre (Dun Laoghaire) [n.d.] Don't Listen Ladies (Powys, Bolton, Guitry) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) Gate Theatre (Dublin) F490 1936 Oct-Dec Three-Cornered Moon (Tonkonogy) 2 copies 1937 Feb The Duchess of Malfi (Webster) Jun-Jul Busman's Honeymoon (Sayter, Byrne) 1939 Jan-Jul Doctor Faustus (Wagner) 1942 Mar Twelfth Night (Shakespeare) 1960 Jul 5 The Birthday Party (Pinter) Jul 26 I Am a Camera (Isherwood, Van Druten) 1967 Oct 9 The Goose (Owen) 1969 Jul 1 Black Comedy (Shaffer) Jul 29 Madigan's Lock (Leonard) [1960s] Lovers (Friel) 1976 Aug 18 Liam Liar (Leonard) Oct 5 The Seventh Sin (Forristal) Nov 25 Home for Christmas (Mac Liammoir) with ticket stubs 1977 May 23 Equus (Shaffer) 1978 Dec 27 Where Stars Walk (Mac Liammoir) F491 1981 Aug 6 Amadeus (Shaffer) 1984 Oct 16 Hedda Gabler (Ibsen) Dec 18 Arrah-na-pogue or The Wicklow Wedding (Boucicault) 1985 May 21 The Recruiting Officer (Farquhar) Oct 4 The Mask of Moriarty (Leonard) 1986 Jul 15 Juno and the Paycock (O'Casey) Oct 7 Innocence The Life of Caravaggio (McGuiness) F492 1987 Oct 6 Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Hampton) Dec 8 The Rivals (Sheridan) 1988 May 31 Fathers and Sons (Friel, Turgenev) Oct 4 Peer Gynt (McGuinness, Ibsen) Dec 6 Twelfth Night or What You Will (Shakespeare) 1989 Apr 4 An Ideal Husband (Wilde) Jul 25 The School for Scandal (Sheridan) F493 1990 Mar 28 Three Sisters (McGuinness, Chekhov) May 13 Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (Pennington) Aug 7 You Never Can Tell (Shaw) 1992 Jan 23 The London Vertigo (Friel, Macklin) May 12 The Cherry Orchard (Bogdanov, Chekhov) Aug 4 A Month in the Country (Friel, Turgenev) Dec 1 The Double Dealer (Congreve) 1993 Feb 22 Mary Makebelieve (Linehan, Stephen) Apr 6 Just Between Ourselves (Ayckbourn) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) F494 The Globe (London)  Lettice and Lovage (Shaffer) F495 Irish Theatre Company (Dublin) 1975 Fall Irishmen (Leonard), A Murder Has Been Arranged (Williams) and When We Are Married (Priestley) 1976 Aut Da (Leonard) Nov-Dec The J. Arthur Maginnis Story (Murphy) 1978 Spr Spokesong (Parker, Kennedy) 2 copies F496 Lantern Theatre (Dublin) 1965 Jul 21 Silk on the Sword-blade: A centenary presentation of plays and poetry by William Butler Yeats (Yeats) 1967 Sum Pictures in the Hallway (O'Casey) Sum A View on Vanessa (Le Brocquy) 1968 Apr 24 A Beginning of Truth (Gallivan) 1969 Jul 9 Passes in the Night (Grattan) F497 The Lyric Players Theatre (Belfast) 1968 Jun A Programme of Plays by W. B. Yeats: The Dreaming of the Bones, Oedipus at Colonus, The King of the Great Clock Tower, Purgatory, Calvary, and The Resurrection (Yeats) with ticket stub, postcards and notes 1983 Nov-Dec Tea in a China Cup (Reid)  Apr Tea in a China Cup (Reid) F498 The Mermaid Theatre (London) 1962 Aug 15 Sean O'Casey Festival: Purple Dust, Red Roses for Me, and The Plough and the Stars (O'Casey) 1965 May 11 Oedipus the King and Oedipus at Colonus (Sophocles) 1969 Mar/Jun Lock Up Your Daughters (Johnson, Bart, Fielding) and Anything You Say Will Be Twisted (Campbell) with flyer F499 Muck Struck Theatre Company (Dublin) [n.d.] Man of Destiny and Glimpse of Reality (Shaw) F500 New Theatre (London) 1967 Jul 31 Spring and Port Wine (Naughton) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) F501 Olympia Theatre (Dublin) 1960 Jul 18 Salad Days (Reynolds, Slade)  Summer Cruise (Cruise) 1967 Oct 3 Frankenstein (Beck, Malina) Oct 10 The Quick and the Dead (Leonard) 2 copies 1968 Apr 15 Knocknagow or The Homes of Tipperary (De Burca, Kickham) 2 copies, one signed by De Burca 1969 Jun 10 The Mundy Scheme or May We Write Your Epitaph Now, Mr. Emmet? (Friel)  Da (Leonard) 1977 Mar 14 Gala Re-opening Concert Apr 11 Cabaret (Kander, Ebb, Masteroff) Jun 20 The Playboy of the Western World (Synge)  Jul 4 IPI-Tombi (Egnos, Lakier) 1980 Jul 21 The Chastitute (Keane) 1981 Jun 24 Many Young Men of Twenty (Keane) Dec 26 Oliver! (Bart) 1985 May 29 Goodbye to the Hill (Dunne) Sep 23 Northern Star (Parker) 1986 Aug 14 How the Other Half Loves (Ayckbourn) 1988 Dec 15 The Adventures of Mr. Toad (Chater-Robinson, Grahame) 1991 May 21 The Sound of Music (Rodgers, Hammerstein) F502 Oscar Theatre (Dublin) 1977 Jan 10 There Was a Young Man (Dolan) 1981 Feb 10 Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Fo)  I Do Not Like Thee, Dr. Fell! (Farrell) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) F503 Peacock Theatre (Dublin) [1968 Jan] The Orphans (Murphy) Jan 28 The Savages (Douglas) 2 programs Feb 28 Come and Go (Beckett), Before Breakfast (O'Neill) and The Maids (Genet) Apr 16 A Second Lady Gregory Programme: The Rising of the Moon, The Workhouse Ward, and Hyacinth Halvey (Lady Gregory)  King of the Barnamen and The Magic Glasses (Fitzmaurice) 1969 Jul 11 Soldier (Lynch) Aug 6 Aaron Thy Brother (Farrington) 1977 Nov 25 Mrs. Warren's Profession (Shaw) 1979 Aug 9 The Pot of Broth (Yeats) 1981 Mar 5 Childish Things (McCarthy)  Jun 21 Macook's Corner (Shiels) 1986 Jul 14 The Great Hunger (MacIntyre, Kavanagh) Sep 15 Calvary and The Resurrection (Yeats) 1987 May 5 Yerma (McGuinness, Lorca) Sep 7 The Last Hero (Freed) 1989 Jul 18 Hughie (O'Neill) 1991 Dec 10 Strange Occurrence on Ireland's Eye (Johnston) 2 different programs 1992 Jul 30 Away Alone (Noble) 1993 Jun 2 The Trojan Women (Kennelly, Euripides) [n.y.] Jun 19 Red Biddy (Magee) F504 The Playhouse (Derry) 1993 Travellers' Tales (Bannister) cover bears ANS by Ivy Bannister F505 Project Arts Centre (Dublin) 1976 Jul 13 The Hour Glass, The Words Upon the Window Pane, and The Cat and the Moon (Yeats) [n.y.] Jun 23 The Hostage (Behan) Jul-Aug Behind the Green Curtains (O'Casey) F506 Rough Magic (Dublin) 1987 The Silver Tassie (O'Casey) F507 Royal National Theatre (London)  The Shaughraun (Boucicault) F508 Royal Shakespeare Theatre (Stratford-on-Avon) 1976 Troilus & Cressida (Shakespeare) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) F509 7:84 Theatre Company (Edinburgh)  Out of Our Heads (McGrath) F510 Strand Theatre (London) 1960 Jun 8 Rhinoceros (Ionesco) F511 Theatre Royal (Haymarket and Bristol) 1960 May 12 Ross (Rattigan) Jun 7 The Hostage (Behan) 1966 Jan 12 You Never Can Tell (Shaw) F512 Tivoli Theatre (Dublin) 1989 Semi+Private (Halpin) 1991 Philadelphia Here I Come! (Friel) F513 Ulster Group Theatre (Belfast) [n.d.] The Cradle Song (Sierra, Goldblatt) F514 United States theater productions, 1954-1980 Actors' Playhouse (New York) [n.y.] Jun Live Like Pigs (Arden) American Committee for Sean O'Casey's Centenary 1980 Mar 25 Labor Salute to Sean O'Casey Bijou Theatre (New York) 1958 Dec 29 The Shadow of a Gunman (O'Casey) The Broadway Theatre (New York) 1965 Jun Baker Street (Coopersmith, Doyle) Lafayette Little Theater (Lafayette, Indiana)  The Drums of Father Ned (O'Casey) Directed by Hogan and Jeanne Orr New York Shakespeare Festival (Lincoln Center) 1974 Feb The Tempest (Shakespeare) Palace Theatre (New York) 1974 Dec 5 London Assurance (Eyre) Theater de Lys (New York)  The Threepenny Opera (Weill, Blitzstein, Brecht) F515 Victor Theatre (Dublin)  The End of Mrs. Oblong (De Burca) 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.3. Theater programs (cont'd) F516 Westminster Theatre (London) 1937 Sep Carmilla (Longford, Le Fanu) Oct Anything but the Truth (Longford) F517 Whitehall Theatre (London) 1964 Jul 15 Chase Me Comrade! (Cooney) F518 Writers' Week in Listowel (Listowel, Ireland) 1972 Jun 2 Moll (Keane) 1973 May-Jun Programme of Events with brochure 1977 May-Jun Programme of Events Series III.4. Certificates of copyright for plays written by Robert Hogan, 1966-1970 Arranged in alphabetical order by title of play. F519 Certificates for Hogan's Betty and the Beast, The Fan Club, The New Rasputin, and Saint Jane. Series III.5. Research material collected by Robert Hogan, 1899-1969 Arranged alphabetically by subject of research or title of microfilm. F520 Irish literary and dramatic journals, 1899-1939 One reel of microfilm (removed to Box 11) containing volumes 1-5 of The Arrow (Dublin, 1906-1939), numbers 1-3 of Beltaine (London, 1899-1900), and volume 1 of DANA (Dublin, 1904-1905). F521 Moore, George, 1902 Photocopies of letters from Moore to Hyde. F522 Newspaper articles, 1901-1938 Photocopies of newspaper articles from The Spectator (1928-1932), The Irish Statesman (1924-1925), The Speaker (1901), The Listener (1938), Irish Worker (1913), The Sunday Record-Herald, All Ireland Review, and The New Age (1910). Includes articles by William Butler Yeats, Frank O'Connor, G. K. Chesterfield, Katharine Tynan, and Padraic Colum. 9 Series III. Robert Hogan Papers (cont'd) Series III.5. Research material (cont'd) F523 O'Casey, Sean, 1934-1969 Transcripts of correspondence between O'Casey and Hogan (1960); photocopies of O'Casey's letters to Leslie Daiken (1960-1961) and Morley Horder (1934-1942); and clippings of O'Casey's letters to the editor or articles about O'Casey (1955-1969). Some of this material may have been collected towards Hogan's books, The Experiments of Sean O'Casey (1960) and The Years of O'Casey, 1921-1926 (1992), or one of his articles on O'Casey. F524 Microfilm from the National Library of Ireland (the originals of the LeFanu papers are located in the Library of Cambridge University)," [n.d.] One reel of microfilm containing a variety of letters, notes, poems, and writings by the Sheridan family and Joseph LeFanu (copied material spans the dates 1732-1938). Includes letters from Dr. Thomas Sheridan, William Sheridan, Elizabeth Sheridan, Mrs. R. B. Sheridan, Charles Francis Sheridan, Charles B. Sheridan, Charles Robert Sheridan, Persiane John Sheridan, Mrs. R. B. Sheridan (Elizabeth Ann Lindley), and Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Also includes poems by Mrs. R. B. Sheridan and copies of autograph plays by Joseph LeFanu. Some of this research material may have been towards Hogan's books, The Plays of Frances Sheridan (1984) or The Poems of Thomas Sheridan (1994). Removed to Box 11. Series III.6. Miscellaneous materials, 1965-1981 F525 Publications, 1965-1981 Includes a "50th Anniversary Calendar" (1916-1966), a booklet titled William Butler Yeats 1865-1965 (Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1965), issue #70 of Icarus (1976), and a copy of David Vajda's Lucretius: a Cognac Carnation (s.l.: A Ptolemy, 1981). Also includes a poster for an Abbey Theatre production of Boucicault's The Shaughraun (n.d.) and the Royal Academy of Music School of Drama productions of Bernard Shaw's The Music Cure and The Fascinating Foundling and Hogan's Saint Jane (1966). Also present is the broadside III no. 11 (signed by Editor Hayden Murphy). The broadside includes poetry by Eithne Strong, Liam O'Mahoney, Murphy, Desmond Egan, Roc Brynner, and others. The posters, calendar, and broadside have been removed to the oversize section. F526 Unidentified play, [n.d.] Twenty-three page typescript. 10 Series IV. Manuscripts written by Mary Rose Callaghan, 1976-1990 Most of the manuscripts bear revisions by Callaghan. Series IV.1. The Awkward Girl: a novel (Dublin: Attic Press, 1990), [n.d.] A copy is available in Morris Library (PR 6053 .A382 A94 1990). F527 Drafts of stories, [n.d.] Typescript and photocopies of stories which became chapters of The Awkward Girl. Titles include "Letter From America," "Underwear," "A Far, Far Better Thing," "How I Saved $20,000," and "The History Lesson." F528 Early version, [n.d.] Incomplete typescript. F529 Early version, [n.d.] Incomplete typescript. F530 Early version, [n.d.] Incomplete typescript photocopy with title page, dedication and table of contents. F531 Early version, [n.d.] Incomplete typescript. F532 Early version, [n.d.] Incomplete typescript photocopy. F533 Early versions, [n.d.] Miscellaneous pages of early drafts. F534 Later version, [n.d.] -535 Complete draft composed of typescript and typescript photocopy pages from several different drafts. An attached letter from Callaghan to the publisher explains the changes which she has made before resubmitting the manuscript. Series IV.2. Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter (London, New York: Marion Boyars Publishers, 1985), [n.d.] A copy is available in Morris Library (PR 6053 .A382 C6 1985). F536 Typescript draft, [n.d.] -537 F538 Photocopied typescript draft, [n.d.] -539 10 Series IV. Mary Rose Callaghan Manuscripts (cont'd) Series IV.3. Has Anyone Seen Heather? (Dublin: Attic Press, 1990), [1989-1990] A copy is available in Morris Library (PR 6053 .A382 H37x 1990). F540 Photocopied typescript, [1989-1990] Early draft of this adolescent story with the early title "What We Did." Also includes a copy of the Autumn 1990 Attic Press catalog which advertises Has Anyone Seen Heather? Series IV.4. A House For Fools, [n.d.] A play in two acts. F541 Early typescript draft, [n.d.] F542 Early photocopied typescript, [n.d.] Reflects the revisions made to the previous draft. F543 Early photocopied typescript, [n.d.] Duplicate of typescript in F542. F544 Early photocopied typescript, [n.d.] Duplicate of typescript in F542, with binder. F545 Photocopied typescript, [n.d.] Bound copy of typescript and Hogan's note, "three early versions," refers to this copy and the typescripts F546-547. F546 Photocopied typescript, [n.d.] A later revised version of the play, with significant additions to the first act. F547 Photocopied typescript, [n.d.] Duplicate of the typescript in F546. Series IV.5. The Improper Grandfather, [n.d.] A novel. F548 Photocopied typescript versions of the beginning, [n.d.] Two different versions of the beginnings of this novel. F549 Complete draft, [n.d.] -550 Composed of photocopied and computer-generated typescript. 11 Series IV. Mary Rose Callaghan Manuscripts (cont'd) Series IV.6. Mothers (New York: Marion Boyars, 1984), 1976- A copy is available in Morris Library (PR 6053 .A382 M67x 1984). F551 Autograph draft pages, [n.d.] Numerous pages of autograph versions, none of which are complete drafts, plus eight pages titled "Editorial Problems w/Mother." F552 Typescript draft pages, [n.d.] Numerous pages of typescript, typescript (carbon) and typescript (photocopy) drafts of Mothers, plus four pages titled "Synopsis of Mothers a novel by Mary Rose Callaghan." F553 Typescript draft pages, [n.d.] More pages of typescript, typescript (carbon) and typescript (photocopy) drafts. F554 Published version of "Ronnie," 1976 Sep One copy of September 1976 issue of The Journal of Irish Literature, which contains Callaghan's story "Ronnie." This story became a chapter in Mothers. F555 Complete draft, [n.d.] A complete draft of Mothers, composed of typescript and typescript (photocopy) pages.
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