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They knew what they wanted; a comedy in three acts.

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New York, S. French [c1925]

1925

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Selznick International presents "Gone with the wind," from the novel by Margaret Mitchell ... Screen play by Sidney Howard, produced by David O. Selznick, directed by Victor Fleming.

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[Culver City, Calif.] 1939.

1939

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Gone with the wind; screen play.

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[Culver City? Calif.] 1937.

1937

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Gone with the wind : the screenplay / Sidney Howard ; based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell ; edited and with an introduction by Herb Bridges and Terryl C. Boodman.

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New York, N.Y. : Delta, 1989.

1989

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Alien corn, by Sidney Howard.

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New York, London, C. Scribner's sons, 1933.

1933

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The ghost of Yankee Doodle, a tragedy, by Sidney Howard.

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New York, C. Scribner's sons; London, C. Scribner's sons, ltd., 1938.

1938

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Half gods, by Sidney Howard.

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New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1930.

1930

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Lucky Sam McCarver; four episodes in the rise of a New Yorker, by Sidney Howard ...

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New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1926.

1926

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Sinclair Lewis's Dodsworth, dramatized by Sidney Howard, with comments by Sidney Howard and Sinclair Lewis on the art of dramatization ...

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New York, Harcourt, Brace and company [c1934]

1934

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Swords, by Sidney Howard.

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New York, George H. Doran company [c1921]

1921

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They knew what they wanted; a comedy in three acts, by Sidney Howard; the Theatre guild version, with two illustrations from photographs of the Theatre guild production.

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Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page & Company, 1925.

1925

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They knew what they wanted : a comedy in three acts / by Sidney Howard.

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New York ; Los Angeles ; S. French, c1925.

1925

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Yellow jack, a history, by Sidney Howard, in collaboration with Paul De Kruif; with illustrations by Jo Mielziner.

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New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company [c1934]

1934

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Three flights up / by Sidney Howard.

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New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924.

1924

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The labor spy, by Sidney Howard, with the collaboration of Robert Dunn.

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New York, Republic publishing company, 1924.

1924

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The silver cord; a comedy in three acts.

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New York, French, c1928.

1928

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Ned McCobb's daughter; a comedy, by Sidney Howard.

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New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1926.

1926

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The silver cord; a comedy in three acts, by Sidney Howard ...

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New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1927.

1927

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Dodsworth [Original author-Sinclair Lewis. Screen-writer-Sidney Howard]

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[n.p.] 1936.

1936

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Alien corn, by Sidney Howard.

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[193-]

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Alien corn.

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[1938]

1938

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The ghost of Yankee Doodle.

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[New York, Rialto Service Bureau, n.d.]

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The ghost of Yankee Doodle.

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New York, 1937, c1936.

1937-1936

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The late Christopher Bean. Founded upon Prenez garde à la peinture, by Rene Fauchois.

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c1932.

1932

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Howard, S. C. Late Christopher Bean)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Ned McCobb's daughter; a comedy.

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[New York, Rialto Service Bureau] c1926.

1926

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Ned McCobb's daughter; a comedy, by Sidney Howard.

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New York, 1926.

1926

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Ode to liberty; a comedy adapted by Sidney Howard from Liberte provisoire, by Marcel [i.e. Michel] Duran.

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1935.

1935

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"Paths of glory." Dramatized by Sidney Howard from the novel by Humphrey Cobb.

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[New York, Brandt & Brandt Dramatic Dept.] c1935.

1935

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Salvation; a play in three acts, by Sidney Howard and Charles MacArthur.

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c1927.

1927

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The silver cord; a comedy in three acts.

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[New York, Rialto Service Bureau] c1926.

1926

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Sinclair Lewis' Dodsworth, dramatized by Sidney Howard ...

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[n.p.], [1934]

1934

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Sinclair Lewis' Dodsworth, dramatized by Sidney Howard ...

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New York, [1934?]

1934

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They knew what they wanted. A comedy in three acts, by Sidney Howard.

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1925.

1925

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The late Christopher Bean.

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New York : French, [1932?]

1932

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The silver cord.

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[New York, 1949]

1949

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Yellow Jack, a history, by Sidney Howard, in collaboration with Paul De Kruif.

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[New York] Dramatists play service [1934]

1934

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Madam, will you walk?

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[New York] Dramatists Play Service [1955]

1955

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Die Silberschnur. Deutsch von Rita Matthias.

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Berlin, Trask & Matthias [n.d.]

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Madam, will you walk?: typescript, 1939.

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Lute song: typescript.

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They knew what they wanted: typescript.

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Madam, will you walk?: typescript, 1953.

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Ode to liberty: typescript, 1935.

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Benjamin Franklin: typescript.

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FormatTextCall NumberRM 3616Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

The labor spy / by Sidney Howard, with the collaboration of Robert Dunn.

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New York : Republic publishing company, 1924.

1924

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Thames to Tahiti.

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London : R. Hart-Davis, 1951.

1951

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They knew what they wanted ; a comedy in three acts.

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New York : French, [1952]

1952

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