Series 2
Literary Manuscripts
Boxes 1 - 6

Box Folder Content
1 13 Published works: clippings, reprints and brochures of MacDougald's published works or of works to which he contributed in some manner and for which no manuscript material is in collection
1 14-20 Senior thesis: "Post-War Drama in France and Germany." Senior thesis submitted to Dept. of Modern Language, Princeton University, 1936. Incomplete, apparently not final draft.
1 21-25 Radio scripts: Five series (some incomplete) of programs done for Broadcast Music, Inc, in 1941, probably by Duncan MacDougald, Jr.
1 26 Radio scripts for the program "The Composer speaks" (3 items)
1 27 Radio programs for "The Celanese hour" in 1945 (4 items)
1 28 Radio scripts for "Music - Preferred", May 25-August 15, 1945
2 1-3 Radio scripts for "Music - Preferred", May 25-August 15, 1945
2 12 Radio scripts for "Night with Uncle Remus"
2 13 Radio scripts for "Wanted the Truth" by Russell Sanjck and MacDougald
2 14 Radio script "What does it mean?"
2 15 Juvenile scripts "Beauty and the beast"
2 16 Juvenile scripts "Dick Whittington and his cat"
2 17 Juvenile scripts "Happy birthday, Mother"
2 18 Juvenile scripts "Light of the Gods"
2 19 Juvenile scripts "Prince Roland and the enchanted cat"
2 20 Juvenile scripts "The story of Santa Claus"
2 21 Juvenile scripts "They made our country great"
2 22 Juvenile scripts "The wonderful story of William Tell"
2 23 Record album notes
Articles
2 17 "America--land of museums"
2 18 "An American in Paris; a new and different guide to the French capital, by D--and Andre Le Breton"
2 18 "America's mystery melody that has conquered the world"
2 18 "America's ten most hallowed shrines"
2 18 "--And a pinch of parsley"
2 19-20 "--And called it macaroni''
2 21 "Antoine Auguste Parmentier--the man who made the potato famous"
2 21 "Antonio Lezza"
2 21 "Appetizing sauces from famous Italian chefs straight to your spaghetti!"
2 21 "The astonishing story of snuff"
2 22 "The Austrian Tyrol - beautiful, gay and friendly. And, it's cheap!" by Konstantin von Ritter [pseud.?]
2 23 "Baker Street Irregulars"
2 23 "A bouquet of unusual spaghetti, sauce recipes gathered from their original Italian settings"
2 24 "Canzone Napolitana"
2 25 "Capri, Capri the enchantress"
2 25 "The cause of sexual guilt"
2 25 "Chartreuse - the world's most mysterious drink"
2 26 "The complete Uncle Remus"
2 27 "Dr. John L. Mish, linguist extraordinary"
2 27 "English money - is it? Or isn't it?"
2 27 "Erotalia" and "Giles do la Tourette's syndrome"
2 28 "Everybody's unknown friend [Charles Perrault]"
2 28 "The fish-mad lady, from London Town"
2 28 "’From the recipe of a nobleman in the county' or the world's most famous sauce"
2 29 "A gastronomic fantasy"
2 29 "A grand winter tour of Europe"
2 29 "Herb of the month"
2 29 "How to cope with European customs"
2 30 "How we found water on Capri"
3 1 "How we found water on Capri"
3 2 "Indo-European languages"
3 3-4 "The ineffable 'Jockey Club' of Paris"
3 5 "Italy's most original gourmet"
3 6 "Jazz - the greatest hoax in music history"
3 7 "Kitzbuehel, Austria - One of the world's greatest skiing bargains"
3 7 "Kitsbuehol, famous Austrian skiing center increasingly popular with summer guests"
3 8 "Language and sex"
3 9 "Language of the world: classification and distribution"
3 10 "The leading alphabets of the world"
3 10 "The magic of names"
3 10 "Mr. Sophistication himself - the fabulous Cole Porter"
3 10 "Mistletoe"
3 11 "The most exciting market in the world, 'Les Halles Centrales' in Paris"
3 11 "The most mysterious word in English, or the dashing Colonel --------your friend and mine!"
3 11 "New variations on an old theme"
3 12 "A note on German Kulturmorphologie as an explanation of German (i.e, Nazi) dreams of world conquest"
3 12 "Of Capri and its kitchens"
3 12 "The personality of the female derriere: an essay in semantics"
3 12 "The Philosophy of kissing"
3 13 "The philosophy of the kitchen"
3 14 "A Pinch of pepper"
3 14 "Le Plus grand spectacle do tout Paris"
3 14 "The principal languages of the world."
3 14 "Salutations"
3 15 "Some observations on the psychology of the American tourist"
3 15 "A spaghetti cook's tour of Italy"
3 15 "Spengler, Oswald" and "The decline of the West"
3 16 "Thirty days and nights in Paradise or L'apres - ski in the morning"
3 17 "Through the kitchen with herbs and spices"
3 18 "Tobacco is a filthy wood. I like it"
3 18 "The traveler's best friend"
3 18 "Varied is the mirror of Venus"
3 18 "What every American should know about winking"
3 19 "Winter sports in Austria - one of the world's greatest travel bargains"
3 20 "The world's highest cable railway" and "The world's scariest ride or The world's highest cable railway"
3 21 "The world's most versatile drugstore"
3 22 "The world's Oldest drug store"
3 22-23 "You can't live without it
3 24 "Your very good friend - the chicken and 100 different ways she likes to be cooked"
Longer works
3 25-32 "A genealogical classification of the world's languages, dialects and systems of writing"
3 33-34 "The kitchen and the boudoir"
4 1-15 "The kitchen and the boudoir"
4 16-21 "Wonderful world of salt"
4 22-24 "A seeker after truth"
5 1-12 "A seeker after truth"
5 13 "From-the-why-life-is-worth-living-department--as collated by Duncan MacDougald, Jr."
5 14 Poetry
5 15 Translations
5 16 Fragments unidentified, of literary manuscripts and notes
5 17 One folder of music (association copies; uncounted)
5 18 MacDougald's Bible
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