MsC 776

Collection Dates: 1947
3 notebooks and one manuscript

Shares a box with Msc641 (s42:17:2)

Collection Guide

This document describes a Manuscript Collection held by the

Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries

Guide Contents

Administrative Information

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Related Materials

Acquisition and Processing Information

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Administrative Information

Access and Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

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Scope and Contents

First, second, third, and fourth drafts of the play The Chancellor's Party. This play won the competition for the centennial play in 1947, and was produced at the State University Theatre February 25 -- 28 and March 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, 1947.

Jacque Roethler July 2004

Related Materials

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS x-Collection PS3523.I373 C5 1949 
MAIN Library 812.1 .L728c 
MAIN Library PS3523.I373 C5 1949 

Internet Broadway Database entry on Liljenquist:

Acquisition and Processing Information

These papers were given to the University of Iowa Libraries by Don Liljenquist in 1949.

Guide posted to Internet: July 2004

Box Contents List

The Chancellor's Party

First draft, handwritten in a notebook, with revisions

Second draft, typewritten, with revisions as it was submitted to the contest committee

Third draft, a carbon copy, as it was presented February 25, 1947, with revisions made by the author, Charles Gaupp, and E. C. Mabie

Fourth draft, typewritten, a later version, written at Stanford University, from which the published edition was prepared.

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