The Mart Crowley Papers consist of scripts for stage,
television, and film; correspondence; research material; newspaper clippings;
photographs; programs' magazines and journals; advertisements; gallery and
theatre listings; notes; notebooks; bills and receipts; commercial and
non-commercial audio and video recordings; artwork; and awards.
Edward Martino Crowley was born on August 12, 1935 in Vicksburg, Mississippi,
to Edward Joseph Crowley and Pauline Husbands Crowley. In 1953 he graduated from
St. Aloysius School where he attended both grammar and high school, left
Vicksburg and enrolled at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
He was a member of the drama department in the School of Speech and Drama.
109 boxes (45.19 linear feet)
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