Arnold Goldman Living Newspaper collection
Scope and Content
Consists of research materials, mainly photocopies, of research on "Injunction Granted" published in Minnesota Review in 1973. Includes correspondence with Living Newspaper actors and interviews with Arthur Arent and Joseph Losey which occurred in the late 1960s and early 1970s. There is also other correspondence about the research, scripts, and research notes. Also, there are 3 black and white 8 x 10" prints of a "Injunction Granted" performance, probably in the 1930s.
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Arnold Goldman was a writer and professor of English and American literature. Born in Swampscott, MA, Goldman received degrees from both Harvard University and Yale University. Goldman taught at the Universities of Manchester, Sussex, and Keele in the United Kingdom, where he also served as Professor of American Studies. Much of Goldman's work focused on the writings of author James Joyce.
0.5 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
Consists of research materials, mainly photocopies, of research on "Injunction Granted" published in Minnesota Review in 1973.
Arranged by subject into one series.
Donated by Arnold Goldman in 2009.
Processing and EAD markup completed by Hal Barthold in 2011. Finding aid updated by Amanda Brent in February 2019.
- Arent, Arthur
- Federal Theatre Project (U.S.)
- Living newspaper Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Losey, Joseph
- Theater -- United States -- History -- 20th century Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Guide to the Arnold Goldman Living Newspaper collection, 1931-1973
- Arnold Goldman Living Newspaper collections
- Special Collections Research Center staff
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