Robert Nathan (1894-1985) was a poet and novelist. Many of his novels were adapted to the screen. The collection consists
of manuscript versions of poetry, verse, short stories, novels and screenplays by Nathan.
Robert Nathan was born January 2, 1894 in New York; published first novel in 1919 and first of ten volumes of poetry,
Youth Grows Old, in 1922; most popular novels include One More Spring,
The Bishop's Wife, and
Portrait of Jennie, all of which were adapted to the screen; screenplays include
The Clock and
Pagan Love Song; stage plays include
Music at Evening and
Susan and the Stranger; died in Los Angeles, May 25, 1985.
18 boxes (9 linear ft.)
and 1 carton
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