UHRY, ALFRED.
Alfred Uhry papers, 1909-2007 [bulk 1948-2007]

Emory University

Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Atlanta, GA 30322

404-727-6887

marbl@emory.edu

Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/9003q


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Uhry, Alfred.
Title: Alfred Uhry papers, 1909-2007 [bulk 1948-2007]
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 833
Extent:11.5 linear ft. (22 boxes), 15 oversized papers (OP), and 6 oversized bound volumes (OBV); AV Masters: 1 linear foot (1 box)
Abstract:Papers of Georgia playwright and screenwriter Alfred Uhry including scripts and other writings, personal papers, printed material, audiovisual material, and born digital material.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: Use copies have not been made for audiovisual material in this collection. Researchers must contact MARBL at least two weeks in advance for access to these items. Collection restrictions, copyright limitations, or technical complications may hinder MARBL's ability to provide access to audiovisual material.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Special restrictions apply: Printed or manuscript music in this collection that is still under copyright protection and is not in the Public Domain may not be photocopied or photographed. Researchers must provide written authorization from the copyright holder to request copies of these materials.

Source

Gift, 1999 with subsequent additions

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Alfred Uhry papers, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

Processing

Arranged and described at the folder level by Sarah Quigley, Ingrid Meintjes, and Anastasiia Strakhova, 2015.


Collection Description

Biographical Note

Alfred Uhry, playwright, screenwriter, and lyricist, was born in 1936 in Atlanta, Georgia, to Ralph K. Uhry and Alene (Fox) Uhry. His father was a furniture designer and artist, and his mother was a social worker. Uhry attended Druid Hills High School (Atlanta, Georgia) and Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island). His first stage success was an adaption of Eudora Welty's The Robber Bridegroom, in 1978. He later wrote the play Driving Miss Daisy, which tells the story of the relationship between an elderly white southern woman and her African American chauffer. The play won a Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1988; Uhry's screenplay for the film adaptation later won an Academy Award in 1989. His musical about the trial of Leo Frank, Parade, won a Tony Award in 1999 making Uhry the only playwright to have won all three awards. In addition to his numerous plays, Uhry has written or collaborated on screenplays including Mystic Pizza (1988) and Rich in Love (1992). Much of his original work focuses on Jewish life in the American South.

Uhry married Joanna Kellogg in 1959 and the couple has four daughters: Emily, Elizabeth, Kate, and Nell.

Alfred Uhry, playwright, screenwriter, and lyricist, was born in 1936 in Atlanta, Georgia, to Ralph K. Uhry and Alene (Fox) Uhry. His father was a furniture designer and artist, and his mother was a social worker. Uhry attended Druid Hills High School (Atlanta, Georgia) and Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island). His first stage success was an adaption of Eudora Welty's The Robber Bridegroom, in 1978. He later wrote the play Driving Miss Daisy, which tells the story of the relationship between an elderly white southern woman and her African American chauffer. The play won a Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1988; Uhry's screenplay for the film adaptation later won an Academy Award in 1989. His musical about the trial of Leo Frank, Parade, won a Tony Award in 1999 making Uhry the only playwright to have won all three awards. In addition to his numerous plays, Uhry has written or collaborated on screenplays including Mystic Pizza (1988) and Rich in Love (1992). Much of his original work focuses on Jewish life in the American South.

Uhry married Joanna Kellogg in 1959 and the couple has four daughters: Emily, Elizabeth, Kate, and Nell.

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of the papers of Alfred Uhry from 1909-2007 and include personal papers, scripts and other writings, promotional material, and audiovisual material. Personal papers primarily contain correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks. Personal papers also contains a small amount of research about Leo Frank, awards, and screenplays by other writers. Correspondence is professional in nature and documents the writing and production of Uhry's plays and films. Photographs include images of Uhry with the casts of his plays and films and Uhry at awards ceremonies and other events, as well as photos of play and film sets.

Scripts and other writings include drafts of play scripts, screenplays, teleplays, and essays. Drafts are arranged in roughly chronological order, to the extent that it could be identified. Many of the drafts are annotated by Uhry or his collaborators. Scripts are arranged by draft title with "see also" references to variant titles of the same work. The bulk of the section consists of drafts of Driving Miss Daisy, Last Night at Ballyhoo, Parade, Rich in Love, and Without Walls. Most screenplays also include film production documents such as cast lists and shooting schedules. Material for the plays Driving Miss Daisy, Without Walls, and Edgardo Mine also include materials from various productions of the works.

Promotional material consists of flyers, programs, and posters advertising Uhry's plays and films, including his early work The Robber Bridegroom. Promotional material also includes clippings and magazine articles about Uhry and his work. Audiovisual material contains recordings of Parade and The Robber Bridegroom, speeches and television appearances by Uhry, and interviews with Uhry.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type, then in alphabetical order.



Container List

Personal papers
Box Folder Content
1 1 Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, certificate of recognition, 1993 February 19
1 2 Bennett, Alan, The Madness of George III, screenplay, 1994
1 3 Beresford, Bruce, Paradise Road, screenplay, 1996
1 4 Brantley, Benjamin D., cartoon, undated [photocopy]
1 5 Business cards, undated
1 6 Caricature of Alfred Uhry, undated
1 7 Centennial Olympic Games, certificate of appreciation, 1996
OP2 - Certificate of Merit presented by the Mayor of Atlanta, 1988 September 30
1 8 Chase-Riboud, Barbara, Sally Hemings, 1994 [photocopy]
1 9 Correspondence, 1958-1987
1 10 Correspondence, 1988
1 11 Correspondence, 1989-1990
1 12 Correspondence, 1991-1997
2 1 Correspondence, 1998
2 2 Correspondence, 1999
2 3 Correspondence, 2000
2 4 Correspondence, undated
2 5 Correspondence, empty envelopes, 1964-1999
2 6 Dickerson Middle School (Marietta, Georgia), event in honor of Alfred Uhry, 2001 November 9 [presented by Patrick Uhry Abrams]
2 7 Drama Desk, nomination certificate, 2006-2007
2 8 Driving Miss Daisy, reviews, typescripts, circa 1989
2 9 Druid Hills High School (Atlanta, Georgia), dedication of the Uhry Theater Project, circa 1999
2 10 Ellworth, Scott and Andrew Lipsitz, The Secret Game, typescript, 1998
2 11 Family tree, undated
2 12 Frank, Leo, 1909-1915, 1961-1995 [photocopies]
3 1 The Harrison Herald, high school newsletter, 1948 [edited by Alfred Uhry]
3 2 McBrien, Richard P., Edgardo's Legacy: A Contemporary Perspective on the Papacy and Catholicism, 2002
3 3 The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Tony Award for Best Play, 1997
3 4 "Oriental Actors of America," undated
3 5 Parade, Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical, 1999
3 6 Photographs, Academy Awards, 1990 [with Morgan Freeman and unidentified others]
3 7 Photographs, Alfred Uhry, 1990-2000
OP1 - Photographs, Alfred Uhry, The Last Night of Ballyhoo one year anniversary, 1998 [in commemorative frame]
3 8 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with Bruce Beresford and unidentified others, Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1992
3 9 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with cast, Delta Jews, documentary, 1999
3 10 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with cast, Driving Miss Daisy, play, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988
3 11 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with cast, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, 500th performance celebration, Helen Hayes Theater, New York, 1998
3 12 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with cast, Rich in Love, Charleston, South Carolina, 1992
3 13 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with family, 1988-1990
3 14 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with Flora Roberts and Robert Waldman, Atlanta, Georgia, 1989
3 15 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with Jason Robert Brown at the grave of Leo Frank, Mount Carmel cemetery, New York, 1998
3 16 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with Lynn Ahrens and unidentified other, circa 1990s
3 17 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with original cast, Driving Miss Daisy, play, New York, 1988, 1991
3 18 Photographs, Alfred Uhry with unidentified others, undated
3 19 Photographs, Anti-Defamation League, 1991-1992
3 20 Photographs, Driving Miss Daisy, film tour, Shanghai, 1990
3 21 Photographs, Driving Miss Daisy, play, The Market Theater, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1989
3 22 Photographs, Driving Miss Daisy, play, Romania, 1989-1990
3 23 Photographs, Druid Hills High School, Atlanta, Georgia, 2000, 2004
3 24 Photographs, Druid Hills High School, dedication of Uhry Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, 1999
3 25 Photographs, Equinoxe Screenwriters Workshop, Château Beychevelle, France, 1997
3 26 Photographs, John Miller and the Parade orchestra, 1998
3 27 Photographs, National Conference for Community and Justice award ceremony, circa 1990 [with Morgan Freeman and unidentified others]
3 28 Photographs, Parade, notecards with photos of Lincoln Theater set, 1998
OP4 - Photographs, Parade, theater set, 1998
3 29 Photographs, The Robber Bridegroom, play, 1975
3 30 Photographs, Tony Awards, 1999
3 31 Photographs, unidentified photographs, undated
3 32 Photographs, Young Playwrights Spring Conference, 1995
OP3 - Playfair, John, Elements of Geometry, cover of book belonging to Leo Frank, undated [color photocopy]
3 33 Press list, undated
3 34 Roberts, Flora, funeral program, 1998
3 35 Robinson, Larry, Early Bill's Last Ride, screenplay, undated
OBV1 - Scrapbooks, 1976
OBV2 - Scrapbooks, 1980-1981
OBV3 - Scrapbooks, 1988-1989 [1 of 3]
OBV4 - Scrapbooks, 1988-1989 [2 of 3]
OBV5 - Scrapbooks, 1988-1989 [3 of 3]
OBV6 - Scrapbooks, 1990
4 1 Teitelbaum, Sharon, Staging the Atlanta Jew: A Theatrical Representation of the Atlanta Jewish Community in the Plays of Afred Uhry, 2000 April
4 2 Theater tickets, 1988-1998
4 3 Tony Awards voter performances, undated
4 4 Travel itineraries, tickets and receipts, 1990-1993
4 5 Union of American Hebrew Congregations, confirmation certificate, 1952 June 1
4 6 Wang, Hui Ling, Ang Lee and James Schamus, Eat Drink Man Woman, screenplay, circa 1995
4 7 Woodruff Arts Center, ID card, circa 1996
4 8 Yeshivah of Flatbush Joel Braverman High School, American Jewish Writer Award presentation packet, 1997
Scripts and other writings
4 9 America's Sweetheart, play script, 1984
4 10 Blondie, screenplay, 1991
5 1 Charm, screenplay, annotated first draft, 1989 January 30 [see also: Taking a Chance on Love] Taking a Chance on Love]
5 2 Charm, screenplay, first draft, 1989 March 30 [see also: Taking a Chance on Love] Taking a Chance on Love]
5 3 Charm, screenplay, outline, 1989 July 26 [see also: Taking a Chance on Love] Taking a Chance on Love]
5 4 Cut Flowers, screenplay, notes, 1997
5 5 Daddy Blues, screenplay, 1997
5 6 The Devil and Little Mary, play script, fragments, 1995 May-December [see also: "Leo Frank project," I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade] I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade]
5 7 The Devil and Little Mary, play script, fragments, 1996 April and December [see also: "Leo Frank project," I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade] I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade]
5 8 The Devil and Little Mary, play script, fragments, 1997 April-May [see also: "Leo Frank project," I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade] I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade]
5 9 The Diary of Anne Frank, screenplay and editorial notes, 2001
5 10 The Dinner Guest, play script, undated
5 11 Dodsworth, screenplay, first draft, 1993
6 1 Dodsworth, screenplay, revised first draft, 1993
OP5 - Driving Miss Daisy, intermission sign, undated
OP7 - Driving Miss Daisy, original artwork, "Miss Daisy" by Hirschfeld, undated
6 2 Driving Miss Daisy, play script, first draft, undated
6 3 Driving Miss Daisy, play script, annotated, 1986 September 5
6 4 Driving Miss Daisy, play script, 1987 May 17
OP6 - Driving Miss Daisy, set design sketches, circa 1987
6 5 Driving Miss Daisy, touring theater company schedules, 1988-1989
6 6 Driving Miss Daisy, screenplay, annotated, 1988 January 6
6 7 Driving Miss Daisy, screenplay, annotated, 1988 September 4
7 1 Driving Miss Daisy, screenplay, second draft, 1988 November 15
7 2 Driving Miss Daisy, screenplay, notes and revisions, 1989
7 3 Driving Miss Daisy, screenplay, revisions, 1989
7 4 Driving Miss Daisy, film production documents, 1989
7 5 Driving Miss Daisy, teleplay, pilot episode, 1992 January
7 6 Driving Miss Daisy, teleplay, pilot episode, first draft, 1992 January 12
8 1 Driving Miss Daisy, teleplay, pilot episode, first draft, 1992 January 14
8 2 Driving Miss Daisy, teleplay, pilot episode, second revised table draft, 1992 April 22
8 3 Driving Miss Daisy, teleplay, pilot episode, final draft, 1992 April 24
8 4 Edgardo Mine, play script, annotated, 2002 May
8 5 Edgardo Mine, play script, 2002 August
8 6 Edgardo Mine, play script, Hartford Stage (Hartford, Connecticut) draft, 2002 August
8 7 Edgardo Mine, play script, Hartford Stage (Hartford, Connecticut) final draft, 2002 November
8 8 "From Russia with Faxes," essay, undated
8 9 Good Friday, screenplay, fragment, 1999 December 31 [written with James Solomon]
8 10 Good Friday, screenplay, rough draft, 2000 January 20 [written with James Solomon]
9 1 Good Friday, letter to James Solomon, 2000 January 26
9 2 Good Friday, screenplay, draft, 2000 January 31 [written with James Solomon]
9 3 Good Friday, screenplay, revisions, undated [written with James Solomon]
9 4 The Last Night at Ballyhoo, play script, first draft, 1996 January
9 5 The Last Night at Ballyhoo, play script, third draft, 1996 April
9 6 The Last Night at Ballyhoo, play script, annotated third draft, 1996 April
9 7 The Last Night at Ballyhoo, play script, correspondence, 1996
9 8 The Last Night at Ballyhoo, play script, 1999 February 8
9 9 The Last Night at Ballyhoo, play script, German, 2000
9 10 The Last Night at Ballyhoo, teleplay, first draft, 1998 December 1
9 11 "Leo Frank project," play script, fragments, 1995 April-May [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade] I Love a Parade, Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade]
9 12 A Little Help, treatment based on The Bishop's Wife, 1989 The Bishop's Wife, 1989
10 1 I Love a Parade, play script, 1995 November 16 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade]
10 2 I Love a Parade, audition documents, 1996 April [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade]
10 3 I Love a Parade, play script, 1996 May 17 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and Parade]
10 4 Lovemusik, play script, annotated, 2005 April 28
10 5 Lovemusik, play script, annotated, 2005 June 6 [1 of 2]
10 6 Lovemusik, play script, annotated, 2005 June 6 [2 of 2]
10 7 Lovemusik, play script, 2005 December 22
10 8 Lovemusic, play script, fragments, circa 2005
10 9 Lovemusic, play script, annotated, 2007 February 15
10 10 Me and Kenny, screenplay, first draft, 1993 February [see also: Me and Leo and Time for a Change] Me and Leo and Time for a Change]
11 1 Me and Leo, screenplay, revised first draft, 1993 June [see also: Me and Kenny and Time for a Change] Me and Kenny and Time for a Change]
11 2 Me and Leo, screenplay, annotated revised first draft, 1993 June [see also: Me and Kenny and Time for a Change] Me and Kenny and Time for a Change]
11 3 Me and Leo, screenplay, fragments, 1993 [see also: Me and Kenny and Time for a Change] Me and Kenny and Time for a Change]
11 4 Night Fell on Georgia, play script, fragments, 1994 October-1995 February [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," I Love a Parade, and Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," I Love a Parade, and Parade]
11 5 Notebook, 1985
11 6 Notebook, circa 1986
11 7 Notebook, 1987
11 8 Notebook, 1988
12 1 Notebook, 1990
12 2 Notebook, 1992
12 3 The Optimist's Daughter, screenplay, 1998
12 4 The Other Line, play script, circa 2001
12 5 Pals Forever, screenplay, draft, 1990 September 4 [written as Oscar Fox]
12 6 Parade, correspondence, 1993-1997 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
12 7 Parade, outlines and summaries, 1994-1996 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
12 8 Parade, play script, unidentified revisions, circa 1994-1998 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
12 9 Parade, play script, annotated, 1997 December [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 1 Parade, play script, annotated, circa 1998 [1 of 2] [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 2 Parade, play script, annotated, circa 1998 [2 of 2] [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 3 Parade, play script, fragment, circa 1998 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 4 Parade, play script, annotated, 1998 September [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 5 Parade, play script, circa 1998 October [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 6 Parade, play script, final, 1998 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 7 Parade, play production documents, 1998 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 8 Parade, play script, annotated galley proof, 2002 [see also: The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade] The Devil and Little Mary, "Leo Frank project," Night Fell on Georgia, and I Love a Parade]
13 9 "The Real Rodney," typescript, circa 1976
13 10 Rich in Love, screenplay, annotated, 1990 January
14 1 Rich in Love, screenplay, annotated, 1990 June
14 2 Rich in Love, screenplay, annotated third draft, 1991 April 12
14 3 Rich in Love, screenplay, revised third draft, blue revisions, 1991 August 20
14 4 Rich in Love, screenplay, revised third draft, green revisions, 1991 September 9
14 5 Rich in Love, screenplay, revised third draft, goldenrod revisions, 1991 September 13
14 6 Rich in Love, screenplay, unidentified revisions, circa 1991
14 7 Rich in Love, screenplay, shooting script, 1991
14 8 Rich in Love, film production documents, 1991-1992
15 1 The Robber Bridegroom, piano conductor and vocal score, 1976
15 2 The Robber Bridegroom, vocal selections, 1976
15 3 "Showtime," essay, undated
15 4 Sterling Town and Country, notebook, 1986 April
15 5 Sterling Town and Country, play script, 1986 September 1
15 6 Sterling Town and Country, play script, annotated, 1986 September 1
15 7 Taking a Chance on Love, screenplay, 1989 January 30 [see also: Charm] Charm]
15 8 Time for a Change, screenplay, 1992 [see also: Me and Kenny and Me and Leo] Me and Kenny and Me and Leo]
15 9 Time for a Change, screenplay, correspondence, 1992-1993 [see also: Me and Kenny and Me and Leo] Me and Kenny and Me and Leo]
15 10 Without Walls, play script, 1992 July
16 1 Without Walls, play script, 2001 March
16 2 Without Walls, play script, Audrey Skirball-Kenis playwrights program (New York, New York) reading, annotated, 2001 March
16 3 Without Walls, play script, 2002 March
16 4 Without Walls, play script, 2002 June
16 5 Without Walls, play script, Williamstown Theatre Festival (Williamstown, Massachusetts), annotated photocopy, 2002 June 13
16 6 Without Walls, play script, Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles, California), rehearsal draft, annotated photocopy, 2005 March
16 7 Without Walls, play script, annotated, undated
16 8 Without Walls, play script, fragments, undated
Promotional material
16 9 Alfred Uhry Theater Project, 1999
OP8 - The Alliance Theater Company, 1978-1979 season, poster
16 10 The Alliance Theater Company, 1998
16 11 America's Sweetheart, theater programs, 1985
16 12 Annual Academy Awards, 62nd, 1990
17 1 Annual Writers Guild Awards, 42nd, 1990
17 2 The Atlanta Symphony Ball, 1995 November 18
17 3 Barney 'n Me, theater programs, 1956
17 4 Brochures, 1975-1990
17 5 Chapeau, theater programs, undated
17 6 The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, press kit, 1998
17 7 Dramatics Play Service. Inc., complete catalogue of plays, 1991-1992
OP9 - Driving Miss Daisy, laserdisc cover, 1990 [empty sleeve]
17 8 Driving Miss Daisy, memorabilia, undated
17 9 Driving Miss Daisy, movie programs, 1989
OP10 - Driving Miss Daisy, poster, undated
OP14 - Driving Miss Daisy, poster, Budapest, 1992
17 10 Driving Miss Daisy, theater programs, 1987 [1 of 2]
17 11 Driving Miss Daisy, theater programs, 1987 [2 of 2]
17 12 Driving Miss Daisy, theater programs, 1988 [1 of 2]
17 13 Driving Miss Daisy, theater programs, 1988 [2 of 2]
18 1 Driving Miss Daisy, theater programs, 1989
18 2 Driving Miss Daisy, theater programs in foreign languages, 1989-1991
18 3 Edgardo Mine, theater programs, 2002-2006
18 4 Emory University Commencement (Atlanta, Georgia), 2002
18 5 Fiddle-De-Dee, theater programs, 1957
18 6 Goodspeed Opera House (East Haddam, Connecticut), 1980
18 7 Here's Where I Belong, theater programs, 1968
18 8 Hootenanny Saturday Night, sheet music, 1963
18 9 I Love a Parade, script-in-hand reading poster, undated
18 10 Interviews, 1999
18 11 Invitations, 1978-2003
18 12 LaGrange College Commencement (LaGrange, Georgia), 2004
18 13 The Last Night of Ballyhoo, book cover, 1997 [photocopy]
18 14 The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Mercury Theater (Chicago, Illinois), press kit, 2000
OP11 - The Last Night of Ballyhoo, poster, undated [signed by the actors]
18 15 The Last Night of Ballyhoo, posters, 1997
18 16 The Last Night of Ballyhoo, theater programs, 1996-2003
19 1 Little Johnny Jones, theater programs, circa 1982
19 2 Lovemusik, theater programs, 2007
19 3 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 1975-1976
19 4 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 1988
19 5 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 1989
19 6 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 1990-1995
19 7 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 1997
19 8 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 1998
19 9 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 1999
19 10 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 2000
20 1 Magazine articles about Alfred Uhry, 2001
20 2 Magazine articles by Alfred Uhry, 1990
20 3 Newsletters, 1988-2006
21 - Newspaper clippings
22 - Newspaper clippings
20 4 Olympic Arts Festival 1996, 1996
OP12 - Parade, poster, 1998
OP13 - Parade, posters, 2000 [signed by Alfred Uhry]
20 5 Parade, reviews, 1998
20 6 Parade, theater programs, 1998-2000
20 7 Programs, 1978-2008
20 8 Rest Assured, theater programs, 1953
OP15 - The Robber Bridegroom, poster, circa 1976
20 9 The Robber Bridegroom, reviews, circa 1976
20 10 The Robber Bridegroom, theater programs, 1975-1979
20 11 Tony Awards, 1976
20 12 Tony Awards, 1997
20 13 Without Walls, theater programs, 2002
Audiovisual material
AV1 - "Ann the Word," Act 1 and 2, 2006 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Broadway '99: Launching the Tony Awards," 1999 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Infants, sleep, terrible 2's," 1991 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Kahn, Michael with Alfred Uhry, Playwrights Series II, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1999 March 17 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Leo Frank Case" and "Temple Bombing," Atlanta Jewish Foundation, undated [original: VHS]
AV1 - Lovemusik, NPR National, 2007 [original: CD]
AV1 - Oscars ceremony, 1990 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Parade, feature television coverage compilation tape, 1998-1999 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Parade, original Broadway cast recording, 1999 [original: CD]
AV1 - Parade, play, audio recording, undated [original: audio cassette]
AV1 - The Riddle, Buzzmar Productions, 1997 [original: VHS]
AV1 - The Robber Bridegroom, 1979 [original: 3/4 Umatic 60 minutes]
AV1 - Uhry, Alfred, Charlie Rose interview, 1997 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Uhry, Alfred, guest programmer intros and outros, Turner Classic Movies, 2005 October 10
AV1 - Uhry, Alfred, Heller Reel byline, 1980 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Uhry, Alfred, Southern Roots, Southern Series, Cott & Litzky Productions, undated [original: VHS]
AV1 - Uhry, Alfred, speech at the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, undated [original: VHS]
AV1 - Uhry, Alfred, television feature, circa 2000 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Uhry, Alfred, with Mike Collins, Spring Literary Festival, 2004 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Woodruff Arts Corporate Campaign kick-off breakfast, 1997
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