Thacher Howland Guild Play Prize Winners Manuscripts, 1924-26, 1929-31, 1933-34, 1936, 1938, 1940 | University of Illinois Archives
Title: Thacher Howland Guild Play Prize Winners Manuscripts, 1924-26, 1929-31, 1933-34, 1936, 1938, 1940
Series Number: 15/7/817
Volume: 0.3 cubic feet
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Description: Typescript copies of plays that won first prize and honorable mention in the Thacher Howland Guild Play Prize competition, including Riot by W. W. Maloney and Two of 'em by Abbey Lane Jones (1924); The Return of the Crusader by C. A. Lesch and Nancy by Opal Jackson (1925); Feud by M. L. Verniaud and The Master Poisoner by Don Cameron Allen (1926); The Blow-hard by James J. Mellen and How Much Happiness by Douglas Considine (1929); Polly Put the Kettle On by William Maxwell and Speaking of Marriage by Evelyn Marx Feldsher (1930); The Return by L. C. Savage and The Spartan by H. H. Reed (1931); There Lies No Plenty by Wilson McNeil Lowry and Wet Economics:ÃÂ a farce in once act by F. V. Koval and The Inner Light by J. F. Reed (1933); Youth Take All by J. N. Hesselschwerdt and Stage Struck by David Pettigrew (1936); Mamarracho by Louis Earl Hartman and No More Strife by Louis Feinberg (1936); Amateurs by James O. Morgan and Old Man Daman's Daughter by J. O. Monroe, Jr. (1938) and Operation by Norman J. Kraeft (1940).