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Fri Mar 21 17:11:23 2014 UTClccn-n851518690.00Civil War gem tintypes,0.381.00Burlingame family36939968Sidney_Howardn 851518691702787Howard, Sidney.Howard, Sidney, 1891-1939Howard, Sidney (Sidney Coe), 1891-1939سيدني هوارد، 1891-1939ハワード, シドニーlccn-n50048325Leigh, Vivien1913-1967prfactfast-1042559O'Hara, Scarlett (Fictitious character)lccn-n82137019De Havilland, Oliviaprfactlccn-n85151881Selznick International Picturesprolccn-n50015429Gable, Clark1901-1960prfactlccn-n80015727Metro-Goldwyn-Mayerprolccn-n85151819Fleming, Victor1889-1949prfflmdrtlccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)dstlccn-n85151821Mitchell, Thomas1892-1962actlccn-n50007286Selznick, David O.1902-1965prdproHoward, Sidney Coe1891-1939DramaHistoryFilm adaptationsCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionBiographyWar filmsEpic filmsHistorical filmsFilm and video adaptationsUnited StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)O'Hara, Scarlett (Fictitious character)GeorgiaPlantation lifeMitchell, Margaret,Reconstruction (United States : 1865-1877)Howard, Sidney Coe,Triangles (Interpersonal relations)American dramaWomenPlantationsWidowsO'Neill, Eugene,Rice, Elmer,Behrman, S. N.--(Samuel Nathaniel),Sherwood, Robert E.--(Robert Emmet),Anderson, Maxwell,Kelly, George,Odets, Clifford,Shaw, Irwin,World War (1914-1918)Lewis, Sinclair,Reed, Walter,Georgia--AtlantaYellow feverPhysiciansAdulteryMarriageDivorceWivesPlaywritingMan-woman relationshipsMarried peopleFirst lovesAtlanta Campaign (1864)Propaganda, AmericanPatriotic societiesDramaMiddle classCai, Yong,Dramatists, AmericanEames, Clare,ActorsTheaterAuthors' spousesSouthern StatesGone with the wind (Motion picture : 1939)AmericansEurope1891193918981921192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219741975197619771979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201315235250707791.4372PN1997ocn464291525ocn057318609ocn034949588ocn049349182ocn026751329ocn012821298ocn040584505ocn026237611ocn050318286ocn163835702ocn001363339ocn691844264ocn045536653ocn044496624ocn582182142ocn044422643ocn028175072ocn800071327ocn780994449ocn690958969ocn676624611ocn691200507ocn852228201ocn797378028ocn743031097ocn691200223ocn691567561ocn468501807ocn797447937ocn837315246ocn753591423ocn026624184ocn691933463497391ocn464291525visu19390.20Fleming, VictorGone with the windHistoryBiographyFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsEpic filmsHistorical filmsWar filmsFilm adaptationsFocuses on the life and loves of the beautiful and selfish Scarlett O'Hara. The story begins on the O'Hara's Georgia plantation of Tara in antebellum days and moves through the Civil War and Reconstruction+-+522323469632470414ocn049349182visu19360.24Wyler, WilliamDodsworthDramaFilm adaptationsA middle-aged American retires and he and his wife go to Europe where they find a new set of values and relationships+-+940993742532464015ocn005675255book19790.27Howard, Sidney CoeGWTW, the screenplayHistoryDramaAn adaptation of the screenplay for the movie "Gone with the Wind", which results in a fuller dramatization than what was actually filmed51419ocn001489393book19330.53Howard, Sidney CoeYellow jack, a historyDrama46915ocn001489307book19250.53Howard, Sidney CoeThey knew what they wanted; a comedy in three actsDrama46827ocn002952737book19230.63Howard, Sidney CoeThe silver cord : a comedy in three actsDrama3623ocn001837135book19340.56Howard, Sidney CoeSinclair Lewis's Dodsworth3577ocn000342755book19320.56Fauchois, RenéThe late Christopher BeanFiction3034ocn019778856book19890.25Howard, Sidney CoeGone with the wind, the screenplayHistoryDramaAfter the Civil War sweeps away the genteel life to which she has been accustomed, Scarlett O'Hara sets about to salvage her Georgia plantation home28511ocn001837153book19370.70Howard, Sidney CoeThe ghost of Yankee Doodle, a tragedy25411ocn002385538book19310.63Howard, Sidney CoeAlien corn2433ocn059007596visu19310.22Ford, JohnArrowsmithDramaFilm adaptationsHappily married country doctor Martin Arrowsmith leaves his small practice for the prospects of wealth and important medical research at New York City's esteemed McGurk Institute and finds himself faced with an intense workload, a romance-minded socialite, and a plague outbreak2378ocn002457416book19440.56Gao, MingLute songDramaThe Catholic University of America Speech and Drama Department, Rev. G.V. Hartke, O.P. head, presents "Lute Song," by Kao-Tong-Kia, adapted by Will Irwin and Sidney Howard, directed by Alan Schneider and Dr. Josephine McGarry Callan, settings and lighting by Ralph Brown, choreography Josephine Booth2224ocn003890519book19330.47Howard, Sidney CoeThe late Christopher Bean; a comedy in three actsDrama2145ocn000527149book19270.84Hapgood, NormanProfessional patriots2137ocn001888724book19210.81Howard, Sidney CoeSwords1988ocn002390500book19350.56Cobb, HumphreyPaths of gloryFiction1925ocn001336994book19300.73Howard, Sidney CoeHalf gods18310ocn002613542book19260.76Howard, Sidney CoeNed McCobb's daughter; a comedy1584ocn001489194book19240.70Howard, Sidney CoeLucky Sam McCarver; four episodes in the rise of a New Yorker14001ocn000270230book19570.33Krutch, Joseph WoodThe American drama since 1918; an informal historyCriticism, interpretation, etc7682ocn003167160book19770.53White, Sidney HowardSidney HowardCriticism, interpretation, etc1422ocn053831765book20040.90Gewirtz, ArthurSidney Howard and Clare Eames : American theater's perfect couple of the 1920sHistoryBiography"In the 1920s, the playwright Sidney Howard and his wife, actress Clare Eames, were at the heart of the movement to change the American theater from a commercial enterprise to one with art at its center. Sidney, who won a Pulitzer for They Knew What They Wanted in 1924, became the voice of American theater's fight against censorship. Energetic and ambitious Clare played some of the greatest dramatic roles for women, including Queen Elizabeth and Lady Macbeth. For a time, Sidney and Clare were an ideal couple, collaborating on dramas and drawing admirers in both England and America."+-+K602691325322ocn001414732book19400.96American Academy of Arts and LettersCommemorative tributes to Gillette and Howard41ocn317691162rcrd19920.17Loesser, FrankThe most happy fella the new Broadway cast recordingMusical settings41ocn055984414book19980.66Howard, Sidney CoeThe Philip J. Brooks collection : Sidney Howard's beacons and straysExhibition catalogs41ocn004393269rcrd0.28Howard, Sidney CoeYellow JackDramatized highlights from Sidney Howard's Yellow Jack are presented to tell the story of Dr. Walter Reed's struggle to find a cure for yellow fever42ocn023623019com19400.96Adams, Henry HitchThe late Sidney Howard42ocn611342318com0.18Sidney (Coe) Howard : (1891-1939)Criticism, interpretation, etc31ocn030695702book19500.81Craven, Bernard HSidney Howard : the man and his playsCriticism, interpretation, etc22ocn011738570book19840.47Masters-Rampy, LouisaSidney Howard's heroines a view of the modern American woman of the 1920's21ocn054507186art19990.10Howard, Sidney CoeBiography11ocn721878744visuUnited StatesCivil War gem tintypesHistoryPictorial worksPhotograph album consisting of Civil War gem tintypes of officers and soldiers of Company A, 19th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. The album includes twenty-four images, of which only eight are identified. Named tintypes include Henry A. Tator, Samuel Clark, Jacob Herbel, Jacob Stocks, William Swetland, Newman Pitts, Sidney Howard, and Seth Swetland. Copy photographs of the original tintypes are also included in the collection11ocn055202009book19431.00Helser, Ethel RobinsonSidney Howard : translator, adaptor, and creator of the drama11ocn148112786book19560.98Housman, Arthur LloydThe working methods of Sidney Howard11ocn060658546art19400.10Century Association (New York, N.Y.)Sidney Coe HowardBiography11ocn033499671book19540.47Grandstaff, Russell JA study of the technique of development of selected characters in four plays by Sidney HowardCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn034543217book19750.47Welch, Angela SGeorge Pierce Baker and his influence on Eugene O'Neill, Philip Barry, and Sidney Howard11ocn849527425mix1.00Burlingame familyBurlingame familyArchivesCorrespondents include Leonard Bacon, Kay Boyle, Elmer Davis, John Dos Passos, Allen W. Dulles, Milton Eisenhower, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Kenneth Galbraith, Nathan G. Goodman, Sidney Howard, Henry James, Rudyard Kipling, Archibald MacLeish, John P. Marquand, Edward R. Murrow, Lithgow Osborne, Henry F. Pringle, Elmo Roper, William L. Shirer, James Thurber, Edith Wharton, E.B. White, Hetty Whitney, Thornton Wilder, and others11ocn173692742mixPlaywrights' Company+-+5223234696324+-+5223234696324Fri Mar 21 15:16:27 EDT 2014batch30790