Guide to the McIntyre and Heath Archive

Collection Title: McIntyre and Heath Archive
Dates: 1878-1936
Identification: 133
Creator: Heath, Thomas Kurton, 1853-1938
Extent: 10 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: The McIntyre and Heath Archive contains the files of the vaudeville partnership of James McIntyre and Thomas Heath which spanned more than five decades from 1874 until 1927. It includes contracts for bookings, wage reports, scripts for productions, photographs, handbills and posters, sheet music, clippings, and correspondence. McIntyre wrote detailed letters to his wife, Maude, which included news about his theatre engagements, travel, finances, and health. Production scripts include "Georgia Minstrels" (18??), "Ham Tree" (1906), "Ragtime Opera" (1916).
Acquisition Information: Purchased by the McCormick Library in 1998.
Processing Information: Processed by Ellen V. Howe, April 2002; revised by Sigrid Pohl Perry, August 2009.
Conditions Governing Use: All patrons must comply with federal copyright regulations.
Conditions Governing Access: There are no restrictions on use of the materials in the department for research.
Repository: Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections
Deering Library, Level 3
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL,
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/spec
Email: special.collections@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3635

Scope and Content

The McIntyre and Heath Archive contains the files of the vaudeville partnership of James McIntyre and Thomas Heath which spanned more than five decades from 1874 until 1927. It includes contracts for bookings, wage reports, scripts for productions, photographs, handbills and posters, sheet music, clippings, and correspondence. McIntyre wrote detailed letters to his wife, Maude, which included news about his theatre engagements, travel, finances, and health. Production scripts include "Georgia Minstrels" (18??), "Ham Tree" (1906), "Ragtime Opera" (1916)

Subjects

Personal Name

McIntyre, James, 1857-1937--Correspondence

Subjects

Vaudeville

Subjects

Blackface entertainers


Container List / Contents

  • James McIntyre. Biography
    • James McIntyre, “Memoirs of James McIntyre of the Comedy Team of McIntyre and Heath.”, [n.d.]Box 1, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Typescript, 147 pp.
    • Memoirs – Photocopy. Typescript, c. 1924Box 1, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: 147 pp.
    • James McIntyre, “Show Business” in “Story of the West” by “James McIntyre, a minstrel.”, July 21, 1888Box 1, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: 11pp. Pencil.
    • James McIntyre. Clippings re: his death and the partnership of McIntyre and Heath., 1937Box 1, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Scrapbook, 11 pp.
  • Correspondence. James McIntyre to his wife, Maud, 1880-1936
      Scope and Contents: 182 letters, 4 telegrams, money mail envelopes.
    • Money mail envelopes to Mrs. James McIntyre, 1880-1889Box 2, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: 11 envelopes
    • Letters, 1881Box 2, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: James McIntyre to his wife, Mrs. Maud McIntyre. 80 letters. ALS.
    • Letters, 1882-1887Box 2, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Letters from James McIntyre to Maud Clifton, (Mrs. James McIntyre). 6 letters. ALS.
    • Letters, 1889-1899Box 3
        Scope and Contents: Folder 1-79. James McIntyre to Maud. 79 letters.
    • Letters, 189?Box 3
        Scope and Contents: Folder 80-86. James McIntyre to Maud. 7 letters.
    • Letters, 1900Box 3
        Scope and Contents: Folder 87-96. James McIntyre to Maud. 10 letters.
    • Letters, 1904 and 1936Box 3
        Scope and Contents: Folder 97-99. James McIntyre to Maud. 3 letters.
  • Theatre correspondence
      Scope and Contents: Agents, bookings, contracts, theatres, routes
    • “Southern Minstrels.”, [1878]Box 4, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Cast list. 1 p.
    • George Castle to Maude Clifton, 1886Box 4, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Booking telegram.
    • Daniel Rosenthal to Al Martin, 1887Box 4, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Hall rental, PC.
    • Colonel P.T. Woodfin to Al Martin, “agent for McIntyre and Heath.”, 1887, July 2Box 4, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Envelope only.
    • Theatre companies., 1887-1893Box 4, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: 4 ALS. Business solicitations and property dispute.1. 1887. C.R. Gardiner, “ C.R. Gardiner's Attractions.” 1 p.2. 1893. Chas. Howard, “South before the War Co.” 1 p.3. 1893. J. Nicholson for Col. Cody of “Buffalo Bill's Wild West Co.” 1 p.4. n.d. Al. G. Field, “Al .G. Field's Famous American Minstrels.” 1 p.
    • Business envelopes, without letters., 1887-1936Box 4, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: 35 envelopes, cancelled.
    • National Printing and Engraving Co., 1888Box 4, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Receipt of July 6, 1888 for 2 colored Spencer cuts. 1 p.
    • Oriental House., 1888, July 18Box 4, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Contract for housing McIntyre and Heath's minstrels for the night. 1 p.
    • Fred Waldmann, “Waldmann's Newark Opera House.”, 1892Box 4, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Next season's bookings. 1 p.
    • Charlie Stumm to McIntyre and Heath., 1892Box 4, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Possible booking for McIntyre and Heath and Miss Maud Clifton. 11 p. ALS.
    • Jim Hyde to McIntyre and Heath, 1892Box 4, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Salary offer for future booking. 1 p. ALS.
    • Major Ben F. Payne to McIntyre and Heath., 1893Box 4, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Controversy about his black quartette company, and an offer of his black performers. 6 pp. ALS.
    • Weber and Fields' Enterprises to McIntyre and Heath., 1894Box 4, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Booking dates, 2 pp. ALS. Also acceptance telegram and envelope.
    • Actors' Fund of the U.S.A. to James McIntyre., 1897Box 4, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Acceptance of McIntyre as Fund Member. TLS. Envelope and receipt.
    • Clifford's Gaiety Theatre, Chicago., 1898Box 4, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Check in payment to McIntyre and Heath for $116.00.
    • M. Shea to Maude McIntyre., 1898, Sept. 14Box 4, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Contract for a week at Shea's Garden Theatre. 1 p.
    • M. Shea to Maude McIntyre., 1898, Sept. 21Box 4, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Contract for a week at Shea's Garden Theatre. TLS. 1 p. with envelope.
    • Hurtig and Seamon to Maud McIntyre., 1899Box 4, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Contract signed for a week of “her singing and dancing specialty.” 1 p. with envelope.
    • Albert A. Hashim to McIntyre and Heath., 1900Box 4, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Contract for performance at Grand Opera House, Philadelphia. 1 p.
    • Jos. W. Stern and Co. to Miss (sic) McIntyre., 1901Box 4, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Proposal for arranging a song. ALS. 1 p.
    • Klaw and Erlanger to James McIntyre., 1904Box 4, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: Managers' Exchange. Arrangements for contract signing. TL. 2 leaves. 2 pp, one envelope.
    • Klaw and Erlanger to James McIntyre., 1904Box 4, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Holding a part open for Hughey Dougherty. TLS. 1 p.
    • John E. Flynn to James McIntyre., 1904Box 4, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Desires employment as “extra.” ALS, 1 p. With envelope.
    • Telegrams., 1904-1928Box 4, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: 39 pp. Arrangements, contragulations, etc. N.B. Playing Hippodrome in London, 1919 celebration of McIntyre and Heath partnership, Heath's sudden illness 1923 and also negotiations with J.J.Shubert over show, “Red Peppers.”
    • Association of Vaudeville Managers of the U.S.A. to McIntrye and Heath., 1904Box 4, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Envelope only.
    • Fred J. Beaman to McIntyre and Heath., 1904, May 22Box 4, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: “Possible sketch.” TLS. 1p.
    • M.S. Bentham with Association of Vaudeville Managers of the U.S., 1904, June 1Box 4, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Booking and salary offers. TLS. 1p.
    • James Ed Kelley to McIntyre and Heath., 1904, June 23Box 4, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: Open date for performance. ALS. 1 p.
    • Alan Coogan to James McIntyre., 1904, Nov. 10Box 4, Folder 29
        Scope and Contents: Salary concerns for joining the show. ALS, 1 leaf, 2 pp, envelope.
    • Klaw and Erlanger, Managers' Exchange to James McIntyre., 1905, Jan. 3Box 4, Folder 30
        Scope and Contents: Mr. Hobart's wish to sell his rights in “Ham Tree” play. TLS. 1 p. Also 1904 envelope.
    • “Ham Tree” production., 1905-06Box 4, Folder 31
        Scope and Contents: Equipment list and costs. 1 p.
    • Klaw and Erlanger., 1905, June 7Box 4, Folder 32
        Scope and Contents: Cannot use “Twin Nices.” (sic) TLS. 1 p., envelope.
    • Savoy Theatre, Atlantic City., 1906, June 28Box 4, Folder 33
        Scope and Contents: Financial statement for “Ham Tree.”
    • Klaw and Erlanger to James McIntyre., 1906, Jan. 8Box 4, Folder 34
        Scope and Contents: Planned trip to California and Chicago engagement. TLS. 1 p. envelope.
    • Klaw and Erlanger to James McIntyre., 1906, Jan. 10Box 4, Folder 35
        Scope and Contents: Business communication. TLS. 1 p., envelope.
    • Klaw and Erlanger for James McIntyre., 1906, Jan. 27Box 4, Folder 36
        Scope and Contents: Tour of one-nights, engagements in Chicago and Milwaukee. TLS. 1p. envelope.
    • McIntyre and Heath to I. and M. Ottenheimer., 1906, Feb. 14Box 4, Folder 37
        Scope and Contents: Misappropriation of their material. Carbon TLS. 1 p.
    • Boston American., 1906, April 25Box 4, Folder 38
        Scope and Contents: W.R. Hearst by Ernest L. Waitt. Gratitude for their being in a benefit. TLS. 1 p.
    • Klaw and Erlanger to McIntyre and Heath., 1907, May 31Box 4, Folder 39
        Scope and Contents: Contract proposal for 1908-09, 35 consecutive weeks. TLS. 1p.
    • Broadway Theatre, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1907, Sept. 17,18,21Box 4, Folder 40
        Scope and Contents: Three financial statements.
    • Joseph Smith to A.L. Erlanger., 1907, Sept. 10Box 4, Folder 41
        Scope and Contents: About McIntyre's dismissal of Smith as advertising agent for “Ham Tree.” ALS. 1 p.
    • Klaw and Erlanger to James H. McIntyre., 1907, Sept. 12Box 4, Folder 42
        Scope and Contents: Suggestion re: selling company's share in “Ham Tree.” Also reprimand for discharge of Smith. TLS. 1 p. env.
    • Remick, Jerome H. and Co. to McIntyre and Heath., 1907, Oct. 18Box 4, Folder 43
        Scope and Contents: Suggestions re: making a book of songs and obtaining permission and royalties. TLS. 1p. envelope.
    • Contract copies with theatre companies, signed by McIntyre and Heath., 1908-1924Box 4, Folder 44
        Scope and Contents: 12 pp.1908. Keith and Proctor Amusement Co. 1p.1918. National Vaudeville Artists. 1 p.1923. B.F. Keith circuit, 7 cities, 7 pp.1923. Shea's Theatre. 2pp.1923. Canadian United Theatres, Ltd. 1p.
    • Anderson-Zeigler Co. with McIntyre and Heath, per Klaw and Erlanger., 1909, Jan. 23Box 4, Folder 45
        Scope and Contents: 1 p. Contract. 1p.
    • Columbia Theatre Co. with McIntyre and Heath, per Klaw and Erlanger, 1909, Jan 23Box 4, Folder 46
        Scope and Contents: 1p. Contract. 1p.
    • John J. McNaly with McIntyre and Heath., 1909, July 28Box 4, Folder 47
        Scope and Contents: Rights to material in show, “In Hayti.” TLS. 1 p. (3 copies)
    • Colonial Theatre, Chicago., 1909, Nov. 18Box 4, Folder 48
        Scope and Contents: Seat revenues for November 18th. 1 p.
    • Shapiro, music publisher, with McIntyre and Heath., 1910, June 1Box 4, Folder 49
        Scope and Contents: Statement of account. 1 p.
    • Shapiro, music publisher, with McIntyre and Heath., 1910, Sept. 13Box 4, Folder 50
        Scope and Contents: Receipt. 1 p.
    • Edgar Smith and Emily M. Young, co-authors of play, “Red Pepper,” relinquish rights to McIntyre and Heath's new and original material in play., 1911, Dec. 7Box 4, Folder 51
        Scope and Contents: [Contract] 1 p.
    • John Cort with McIntyre and Heath., 1912, March 25Box 4, Folder 52
        Scope and Contents: Agent agreement by Cort for 3 years. 4 pp.
    • John Cort and the Northwestern Theatrical Association., 1913, Jan. 31Box 4, Folder 53
        Scope and Contents: Agreement re: “Ham Tree's” rights. TLS. 1 p.
    • John Cort, Northwestern Theatrical Association with James McIntyre., 1913, April 15Box 4, Folder 54
        Scope and Contents: Contracts, also “Ham Tree” contract. TLS. 1 p.
    • Carroll Johnson to McIntrye and Heath., 1913, May 22Box 4, Folder 55
        Scope and Contents: Gift of words to “Turkey in the Straw,” also best wishes for “voyage to other side” from an “old darkey.” ALS. 1 p. (Ref. to McIntyre and Heath's performing at The Hippodrome, London.)
    • A.W. Lawrence to James McIntyre., 1913, Dec. 18Box 4, Folder 56
        Scope and Contents: Thanks on behalf of Mr. Hearst, Chicago Examiner, for benefit performance for poor. TLS, 1 p.
    • Academy of Music, Lynchburg, Va., 1914, Oct. 17Box 4, Folder 57
        Scope and Contents: Account from box office. 1 p. and envelope.
    • McIntyre and Heath to Frank Dumont., 1915, Jan. 15Box 4, Folder 58
        Scope and Contents: History of McIntyre and Heath's minstrel shows, 1878-1887. Carbon copy (incomplete?) 2 pp.
    • Bowman, F.R. to James McIntryre., 1915, May 20Box 4, Folder 59
        Scope and Contents: Rates at Dunlop Hotel. TLS. 1 p.
    • Emma Maud McIntyre with John Cort., 1915, JuneBox 4, Folder 60
        Scope and Contents: Agreement on producing play, “Ham Tree,” for McIntyre and Heath. 1 p. with envelope.
    • Nick Long, 1915, Sept. 2Box 4, Folder 61
        Scope and Contents: Wm. A. Brady's Theatrical Enterprise to James McIntyre. Inquiry on play's opening. ALS. 1 p. envelope.
    • Hippodrome Program, Youngstown, Ohio., 1915Box 4, Folder 62
        Scope and Contents: “Maud,” etc. inscription. 2 pp. (fragment)
    • TL to “Variety”, from McIntyre and Heath., 1916, Feb. 22Box 4, Folder 63
        Scope and Contents: Ragtime originated by African Americans. Introduction to stage by McIntyre and Heath. Carbon copy. 3 pp.
    • Library of Congress., 1916, Sept. 21Box 4, Folder 64
        Scope and Contents: Copyright registration, receipt. 1 p.
    • Tenley, Elmer., 1916, Dec. 27Box 4, Folder 65
        Scope and Contents: Agreement for sale of new act, “The Salesman” for “Georgia Minstrels.” ALS, 1 leaf. (i.e. 2 pp.) Also 26 money order receipts.
    • McIntyre and Heath., 1917-1924Box 4, Folder 66
        Scope and Contents: Route sheets, 4 pp.1917-1918. Orpheum Circuit. 1 p.1923. “Red Pepper” Co. Carbon copy. 1 p.1923-1924. route sheet. 2 carbon copies, 2pp.
    • Frank Tinney to McIntyre and Heath., 1917, July 20Box 4, Folder 67
        Scope and Contents: Schedule for playing in N.Y. towns in August, TLS. 1 p.
    • Orpheum Theatre and Realty Co. to McIntyre and Heath., 1917, Oct. 14Box 4, Folder 68
        Scope and Contents: Receipt for services rendered. 1 p.
    • Pierce's Celebrated Prepared Cork to McIntyre and Heath., 1917, Dec. and 1918, JanBox 4, Folder 69
        Scope and Contents: Letter and Invoice, 2 pp.
    • Frank Evans to McIntyre and Heath., 1918, Jan. 19Box 4, Folder 70
        Scope and Contents: Performance dates. TLS. 1p.
    • Route lists., 1919-1920Box 4, Folder 71
        Scope and Contents: Cities scheduled for “Hello, Alexander.” 3 cards. Includes items without dates.
    • Shubert Majestic Theatre, Providence, R.I., 1919, April 15Box 4, Folder 72
        Scope and Contents: Box office statement for “Hello Alexander.” 1 p.
    • Press release about the 45th anniversary of McIntyre and Heath., 1919, Nov. 13Box 4, Folder 73
        Scope and Contents: Reunion of old-time minstrel men in N.Y.C. to honor the McIntyre and Heath partnership then appearing in “Hello, Alexander.” Mimeo, 3 pp.
    • Shubert Theatrical Co. to Emily M. Young, c/o Garrick Theatre, Chicago. Royalty payment for “Hello, Alexander.” TLS. 1 p., 1920, Jan. 17Box 5, Folder 1
    • Chicago Theatrical Protective Union., 1920, Jan. 23Box 5, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Receipt to McIntyre and Heath for program contract in “Hello, Alexander.” 1 p.
    • Garrick Theatre, Chicago., 1920, Feb. 14, 21, 28Box 5, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Cash statements of earnings for “Hello, Alexander.” 3 pps.
    • J.J. Shubert to “My dear Mr. McIntyre and Mr. Heath.', 1921, March 31Box 5, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Proposal for summer appearance, more profitable winter show. TLS. 1p.
    • Edward F. Albee for B.F. Keith circuit of theatres with McIntyre and Heath., 1921, Oct. 15Box 5, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Contract for seasons of 1921, 1922, or 1923. 2 copies, one signed by Albee and the other by McIntyre. 2 pp.
    • J.J. Shubert with James McIntyre and Thomas K. Heath., 1922, July 10Box 5, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Contract for 35 weeks of “Red Pepper” company. Carbon. 3 pp. Unsigned.
    • J.J.Shubert with McIntyre and Heath., 1922, August 3Box 5, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Contract for “theatrical year,” Sept. 18, 1922-June 3, 1923. Contract signed by J.J. Shubert and James McIntyre and Thomas K. Heath. TLS. Carbon. 1 p.
    • Glenn Aumond of the Kalamazoo Gazette., 1922, Dec. 11Box 5, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Visit of McIntyre and Heath. Letter with clipping. TLS. 1 p.
    • Shubert Theatrical Co. to J. McIntyre., 1923, Feb. 7Box 5, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Text re: Heath's telegram to Shubert Theatrical saying he was unable to continue acting as his voice had gone, was ill and under doctor's orders. TLS. 1 p.
    • Shubert Theatrical Co. with R.M.Evans, manager “Red Pepper” Co., 1923, Feb. 7Box 5, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Statement of profit for week of Feb. 17, 1923. TLS. 1 p.
    • Shubert Theatrical Co. with James McIntyre., 1923, May 10Box 5, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Agreement to McIntyre's telegram stating his intent to assume show's losses for “Red Pepper” while playing without Heath. TL. 1 p.
    • Richard Temple to Mr. McIntyre., 1923, May 10Box 5, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Employment contract terms in “Red Pepper” Co. ALS, pen. 1 p.
    • R.M.Evans and James McIntyre., 1923, June 19Box 5, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Receipt of a payment for losses of “Red Pepper” Co. ALS. 1 p.
    • B.F. Keith Vaudeville Exchange to McIntyre and Heath., 1924, Aug. 26Box 5, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Contracts needing signature. TLS. 1 p.
    • Ed. Le Roy Rice to McIntyre and Heath., 1924, Nov. 9Box 5, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Copy of agreement for representation to negotiate sale of life story of McIntyre and Heath to newspaper and magazines. TLS. 2 pp.
    • Edward F. Carson to Messrs. McIntyre and Heath., 1924, Dec. 11Box 5, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Remembrance of team's success, now in their 50th year. Also reminiscences of other actors. ALS. 4 leaves, (4 pp.).
    • Orpheum Theatre and Realty Co. with McIntyre and Heath., 1925, Feb. 19Box 5, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Contract copies, 12, signed for ten weeks, March 1 through May 18, 1925. 13 pp.
    • National Vaudeville Artists, Inc. to James McIntyre., 1926, April 29Box 5, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Acknowledgement of payment for life membership. TLS. 1 p.
    • Mike H. Thomas to McIntyre and Heath., 1927, Feb. 8Box 5, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Lunch invitation from fan of 50 years. TLS. 1p.
    • Foster J. Feltore to Messrs. McIntyre and Heath., 1928, April 9Box 5, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Affectionate memories of the old days and the team's performances. N.B. Credits Ben Harvey as creator of ragtime. ALS. 3 leaves (3 pp.)
    • Edward Small Co. to McIntyre and Heath., 1928, Nov. 17Box 5, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: “The Famous Players” of New York to put on a skit. TLS. 1 p.
    • Joseph E. Howard to T.K. Heath., 1929, Jan. 30Box 5, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Proposal to make a record, also possible bookings for Chicago and Milwaukee. TLS. 1 p.
    • Copyright Office, Library of Congress, with McIntyre and Heath and Emily Le Eve Young., 1929, Jan. 31Box 5, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Copyright forms for “Man from Montana”, “Ham Tree,” and “Flying to Jail,” 2 cards. Also for McIntyre and Heath's memoirs. ALS, 2 TLS, receipt.
    • Fox Film Corporation with McIntyre and Heath., 1929, March 26Box 5, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Test in New York to be kept private. TLS. 1p.
    • Brunswick-Balke – Collender Co. with McIntyre and Heath., 1929, May 24Box 5, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Permission of one year to make “Shorts or Talking Pictures” about partnership. TLS, 2 copies.
    • Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. with James McIntyre and Thomas K. Heath, 1929, August 3Box 5, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: Cancellation of contract, dated April 1929. Signed. 2 copies. 2 pp.
    • C.E. Carrico of Screenland Select Inc. to James McIntyre., 1929, Sept. 26Box 5, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Confusion of Hollywood companies causing production delay. TLS. 2 pp. Envelope.
    • George W. Watson to Mr. McIntyre., 1929, Oct. 2Box 5, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: Wants information on Mary and Tony Watson. ALS. 1 leaf. (2 pp).
    • Rendell and Mowat., 1920, July 10Box 5, Folder 29
        Scope and Contents: Concerning payment due. ALS. 1p.
    • Chas. W. Chase to Mr. McIntyre., 1920, Nov. 6Box 5, Folder 30
        Scope and Contents: Possible radio appearance for McIntyre and Heath. TLS. 1 p.
    • Morgan J.O'Brien of Clarke, Allen, Harper and Mathews to James McIntyre., 1930, Nov. 20Box 5, Folder 31
        Scope and Contents: Continuing search by NBC for clients wishing services of McIntyre and Heath. TLS. 1 p.
    • W.F.Reinhardt and N.J. Doctor with James McIntyre and Thomas K. Heath., 1931, April 21Box 5, Folder 32
        Scope and Contents: Contract about securing a commission for a possible radio broadcasting contract. TLS. 1p.
    • Nick Doctor to James McIntrye., 1931, June 29Box 5, Folder 33
        Scope and Contents: Efforts to secure radio broadcasts unsuccessful to date. TLS. 2pp.
    • George Ingraham of Ingraham and Walker to James McIntyre and Thomas Heath., 1932, July 2Box 5, Folder 34
        Scope and Contents: Contract for the agency to represent McIntyre and Heath in securing contracts with radio stations. TLS. 2 pp.
    • Library of Congress, Copyright Office. To James McIntyre., 1934, July 13Box 5, Folder 35
        Scope and Contents: Procedure for publishing with copyright the “Memories of the Comedy Team of McIntyre and Heath.” TLS. 1 p.
    • Arthur Rosenbaum of Showman's Group to “Dear Jim” (McIntyre)., 1936, June 5Box 5, Folder 36
        Scope and Contents: Reports decision not to use team at Hollywood benefit. TLS. 1 p.
    • Ned Wayburn, Theatrical Producers, to Jim McIntyre., 1936, August 29Box 5, Folder 37
        Scope and Contents: Separation tour suggested for “Hello, Alexander.” “Times are tough for investing.” ALS. 1 p.
    • Gus Will, Henry C. Jacobs' Theatrical Enterprises, to James McIntyre., 1936, Oct. 23, and 1937, Nov. 17Box 5, Folder 38
        Scope and Contents: Regarding possible employment on the air. 2 ALS. 2 pp.
    • Kate Brown to Mr. McIntyre., 1937, Feb. 15Box 5, Folder 39
        Scope and Contents: Niece of Thomas Heath reporting on his illness. ALS. 2 leaves (4 pp).
    • International Royal Grand Opera Corp., 1947, MarchBox 5, Folder 40
        Scope and Contents: Certificate of Incorporation. 2 copies. Unsigned. 6 pp.
    • Route list of proposed appearances in 86 towns., n.d.Box 5, Folder 41
        Scope and Contents: Annotated by Newell. TLS. 1 p.
    • Notice of terminating responsibility in “Red Pepper.”, n.d.Box 5, Folder 42
        Scope and Contents: [McIntyre] AL. 1 p.
    • Note to McIntyre and Heath at Keith's Theatre., n.d.Box 5, Folder 43
        Scope and Contents: Uncompleted. ALS. 1 p.
    • Roster for cast of “Ham Tree.”, n.d.Box 5, Folder 44
        Scope and Contents: Show girls, Dancers, Male Dancers. 1 carbon page and pencil notes. 2pp.
    • Notes for “Ham Tree” and for skit., n.d.Box 5, Folder 45
        Scope and Contents: Ink and pencil. 4 pp.
    • List of payments for laundry by J.J. Miller., n.d.Box 5, Folder 46
        Scope and Contents: Ink and pencil. 1 p.
  • Scripts for Productions
    • “Man from Montana.”, [n.d.]Box 6, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: 89 pp. Pencil.
    • “Georgia Minstrels” – An Original Idea by McIntyre and Heath., [n.d.]Box 6, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: 31 pp. Pen.
    • “Georgia Minstrels.”, [n.d.]Box 6, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: 16 pp. Typescript.
    • “Tess of the Storm Country.”, [n.d.]Box 6, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: 49 pp. Carbon typescript.
    • “Dixie Land.” A Four Act Comedy Drama. By James M. Martin., [n.d.]Box 6, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: 55pp.Carbon typescript.
    • “Ham Tree.”, [1900]Box 6, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Fragment. 15 pps. Carbon typescript.
    • “The Ham Tree.”, [n.d.]Box 6, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Typescript made by Rialto Service Bureau. 80 pp. Including two inserts. Total 87 pp.
    • “The Ham Tree.”, 1906Box 6, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: 60 pp. Carbon typescript plus 6 pp. Pencil additions. 66 pp. Total.
    • “The Ham Tree.”Box 6, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Program sheet listing cast, scenes, special numbers, personnel of the chorus. John Cort production personnel.
    • “The Ragtime Opera of Trial Marriage.” “A Merry Musical Melange.”, 1916Box 6, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Book by Emily Louise Young. 80 pp. Carbon typescript.
    • “McIntyre and Heath in Ragtime Opera. A Trial Marriage”, [n.d.]Box 6, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Scrapbook of typescript with pencil insertions of songs and music cues. 98 pp.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Notebooks for Acts I – III., [n.d.]Box 7, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: 147 pp. Ink and pencil.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Script fragments, [n.d.]Box 7, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: 55 pp. Total. Typescript, ink and pencil.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Script fragments, including cast of characters., [n.d.]Box 7, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: 238 pp. Typescript, ink and pencil.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Draft pages on hotel stationary., [1913]Box 7, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: 66 pp, 63 leaves. Ink and pencil.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Draft pages on hotel stationary., [191?]Box 7, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: 35 pp. Ink and pencil.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Draft pages on hotel stationary., [191?]Box 7, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: 52 pp. Ink.
    • “Rgtime Opera.” Draft pages on hotel stationary., [191?]Box 7, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: 85 pp, 83 leaves. Ink and pencil.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Draft ideas on telegram forms., [191?]Box 7, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: 3 pp. Ink and pencil.
    • “Ragtime Opera.” Draft ideas on hotel stationary., [n.d.]Box 7, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: 4 pp. Ink and pencil.
    • Untitled sketch. “By Chas. Mack for McIntyre and Heath.”, [n.d.]Box 7, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: 4 pp. Typescript.
    • Untitled script fragment., [n.d.]Box 7, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: 35 pp. Typescript.
  • Photographs and Posters
    • “McIntyre and Heath in 1874.”Box 8, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: 2 copies of old photograph.
    • Gainsville, Texas., Jan. 25, 1981Box 8, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Photograph with scene of ox-carts and crowd.
    • Photograph of racing car from Barney to James McIntyre., 1907Box 8, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Postcard. Also McIntyre and riverboat [n.d.] 2 small snapshots and McIntyre with bowler hat in 5 views. [n.d.] 1 postcard.
    • McIntyre and Heath shown blackface in Everhart's Georgia Minstrels., [n.d]Box 8, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: From Poli's Theatre, Springfield. 1909. Postcard.
    • Bert and Amy Swor. Season's greetings to Mr. and Mrs. McIntyre., 1917Box 8, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Postcard.
    • Five actors: McIntyre, Heath, Joe Fox, Bill Ward, Al Fostell at Keith's theatre, Philadelphia., 1918Box 8, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Postcard.
    • “Golden Anniversary of Stage Partnership.” McIntyre and Heath in “The Georgia Minstrels., [1924]Box 8, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Keith and Orpheum circuits. Postcard. Also McIntyre and Heath, printed picture [n.d.]
    • Fox and Ward, (1868-1925), to Mr. and Ms. E. Rosenbaum, October 29, 1925Box 8, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • McIntyre and Heath in blackface with robed academic figure., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • McIntyre and Heath in blackface., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Seven photographs. Unidentified.
    • 5 Photographs, n.d.Box 8, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: “McIntyre and Heath.” [n.d.] postcard. Blackface actor, “Best wishes”, Desdemona. [n.d.] postcard. Group, 3 women and one man. [n.d.] 2 snapshots. Heath, T.K. [n.d.] Photograph. 5 total.
    • Unidentified young man by Bruno of Hollywood, n.d.Box 8, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • Blackface actors. McIntyre and Heath?, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • Mr. and Mrs. John Drew, comedians., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • McIntyre and Heath, Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • “McIntyre and Heath.”, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • James McIntyre., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • “McIntyre and Heath” blackface comedians., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • McIntyre “to my wife Emily Young McIntyre.”, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • “McIntyre and Heath, together from 1875 to 1936.”, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • “Jim McIntyre of McIntyre and Heath, partners from 1875 to 1936.”, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • Billy Emerson, minstrel artist of 1866-80's. To Rosenbaums from Fox and Ward, 1868-1925., [1925]Box 8, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Photograph.
    • McIntyre with Uncle Bob of Pathe News, and others., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Pathe News photograph.
    • Baby, unidentified, 1952Box 8, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Fine Arts Studio photograph.
    • New Opera House. Shows, “Still Waters Run Deep” and “Wandering Boys.”, April 11, [1868]Box 8, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Printed handbill.
    • Schoolcraft and Coes' “Minstrels and Brass Band.”, [May 9, 1877]Box 8, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: Printed handbill.
    • Schickling's Academy of Music., [1878]Box 8, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Program includes: McIntyre and Heath in two acts, “Negro Specialties” and the “The Laughing Clowns, the Original Colored Coons.” Printed handbill. (fragile.)
    • McIntyre and Heath's Model Minstrels. Primrose and West, sole owners., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: Printed handbill.
    • Star Theatre. Burlesque show, Season 1919-1920Box 8, Folder 29
        Scope and Contents: Printed program book.
    • Court Theatre, Atlantic City. “McIntyre and Heath Company.”, [May 26, n.d.]Box 8, Folder 30
        Scope and Contents: Invitation, 6 copies.
    • McIntyre and Heath in “Georgia Minstrels.” Poli's Theatre, April 19-26, [1909]Box 8, Folder 31
        Scope and Contents: Printed card.
    • Wilbur Theatre, Boston. Flyer blotter for “Red Pepper.”, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 32
    • Tony Pastor's New Theatre, New York City. “Scenes on the Mississippi.” McIntyre and Heath in “Plantation Winging.” Miss Maud Clifton in an act., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 33
        Scope and Contents: Poster.
    • McIntyre and Heath., [n.p., n.d.]Box 8, Folder 34
        Scope and Contents: 3 Clippings.
    • Phil Mack and Madge Murphy. Comedy Team in “What Can a Woman Do?”, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 35
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 1 p.
    • W.J. Crimmins to McIntyre and Heath. “The Parting of the Ways.” Poem., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 36
        Scope and Contents: 1 p.
    • Chas. Baswitz. “John Henry.” Poem., [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 37
        Scope and Contents: 3 pp. AL on stationary of Hotel Metropole, N.Y.
    • McIntyre and Heath in “Ham Tree.”, [n.d.]Box 8, Folder 38
        Scope and Contents: Imprinted envelope, incl. picture of the team.
  • General Family correspondence, miscellany
    • Ann [Clinton] to Dear Sister [Maud]., 1892Box 9, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Family news. ALS, 1 leaf. (2 pp) ink.
    • Willie, “loving son,” to James McIntyre., 1899Box 9, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Route change. ALS. 1 p. envelope. In pen.
    • Anonymous to James McIntyre., 1899Box 9, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Personal advise. ALS. 1 p. ink.
    • [David Marion] about Gypsy Lillie, fortune teller., 189?Box 9, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 1 leaf, 1 1/2 pp. Text. Ink.
    • Kelley, Edward L. to Mmiss Maud McIntyre., [n.d.?]Box 9, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 2 leaves.
    • John L. Young to daughter, Mrs. Emma McIntyre, 1901Box 9, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 2 pp. Pencil.
    • Shinnie, sister, James McIntyre., 1904Box 9, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 6 pp. 4 leaves. Envelope. Difficulties of their mother.
    • Millie Huck, sister to Jimmie McIntyre., 1904Box 9, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 4 pp. Pencil. Family deeds.
    • P.J. Fallon to Jim McIntyre., 1904Box 9, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: TLS. 1 p. About brother Jack's trip to Hot Springs.
    • Mrs. McClusky to Mrs. McIntyre, 1907Box 9, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: 1 post card. Pen and ink.
    • John A. Barton to “dear friend Jimmie.”, 1909Box 9, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: ALS, 2 leaves. (3 pp) Pencil. News.
    • Mrs. Maud McIntyre to James McIntyre., 1911Box 9, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: ALS, 7 pp. With envelope. Ink. News from West Baden Springs, IN.
    • Minnie to “Dear Aunt,” Mrs. James McIntyre., 1920Box 9, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 8pp. (4 leaves) ink.
    • Margeurite Bradbury King to Mrs. James McIntyre., 1923Box 9, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: TLS. 1 card, with envelope. Welcome to Boston from a Christian Science practioner.
    • Cecil and Nell Overend., 1924Box 9, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Postcard. Christmas greetings.
    • Jimmy McIntyre to Mr. and Mrs. James McIntyre., 1927Box 9, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 2pp. Envelope. Ink. Nephew sends greetings and news.
    • Dorothy Marks to Mrs. James McIntyre., 1928Box 9, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 1 pp. With 6 small photographs from visits.
    • Belle [B.C.Lynch?] to Mrs. McIntyre., 1928Box 9, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: TLS. 1 p. Real Estate problems.
    • Betsy Martin to Hon. and Mrs. Geo. W. Martin., 1931Box 9, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 2pp. Envelope. Niece of Maud McIntyre.
    • Harry A. Young to James McIntyre., 1935Box 9, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 1 p. Aunt Emma's (Maude's) death.
    • Will S. Albert to James McIntyre, 1936Box 9, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 2 pp. Re Maud's death. (N.B. mention of McIntyre's adopted daughter.)
    • Walter Gray Crump. M.D. to Mr. Jim McIntyre., 1936Box 9, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: TLS. Envelope. Thank you for the condolences.
    • Willie to mother and father., [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 18 pps. (18 leaves) lacking first leaf and envelope. Includes his “nigger” song, “War this Glorious War.” (equivalent of 5 page letter). Also see F. 2.
    • Miscellany, 1886Box 9, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: W.E. Kohl to James McIntyre. TLS. 1 p. envelope. Re: pawn ticket.
    • Miscellany, 1888Box 9, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Receipt for $4.00 for shoe purchase.
    • Miscellany., 1892Box 9, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: J.M. Gregory and Co. to James McIntyre. ALs. 1 p. Identification of real estate in Phoenix, Arizona.
    • Misc., 1893Box 9, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Four unused envelopes.
    • Misc. Gag book of James McIntyre., 1893Box 9, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: 1 p. gags, then accounts, real estate lists, insurance information, incl. wife's legal name, Emma Maud McIntyre.
    • Misc. Day ticket for World's Columbian Exposition., 1893, Oct. 9Box 9, Folder 29
    • Misc. James McIntyre's certificate for “Order of the White Rats of America.”, 1900Box 9, Folder 30
    • Misc. J.J. Maloney to Jim McIntyre regarding real estate lots., 1906Box 9, Folder 31
        Scope and Contents: TLS. 1 p.
    • Misc. Real estate deed, attorney's bill., 1909-1911Box 9, Folder 32
        Scope and Contents: 2 ALS. 2 pp.
    • Misc. Receipt of money settling trespass claim., 1911, Dec. 2Box 9, Folder 33
        Scope and Contents: Bergen Beach, N.J. Document, 1 p.
    • Misc. Warehouse storage accounts and payment receipts., 1911, 1912Box 9, Folder 34
    • Misc. Contract covering rights by James McIntyre et al in an invention of a rubber substitute., 1912Box 9, Folder 35
        Scope and Contents: 4 pp.
    • Misc. [unknown writer] to McIntyre and Heath. Congratulations., 1925, May 14Box 9, Folder 36
        Scope and Contents: TL. 1 p.
    • Misc. Christmas card and envelope, unused, of McIntyre and Heath., [1925]Box 9, Folder 37
        Scope and Contents: “A golden Jubilee New Year's Greeting” with picture.
    • Misc. Title closing to Brooklyn Property., 1928, July 27Box 9, Folder 38
        Scope and Contents: Document, unsigned. Plat of lots in Estelle, N.J.
    • Misc. BPOE Gold Debenture bond, due July1, 1935 to James McIntyre., 1930, Aug. 11Box 9, Folder 39
    • Misc. Herbert N. Warbourg to Hon. George W. Martin., 1930, Oct. 5Box 9, Folder 40
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 6 pps. Envelope. Pen.
    • Misc. T.K. Heath to partner, James McIntyre, with news., 1931, June 3Box 9, Folder 41
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 1 leaves, 3pp text. Envelope, ink.
    • Misc. General Motors Acceptance Corp. with Judge George W. Maratin., 19231, Nov. 11Box 9, Folder 42
        Scope and Contents: Indebtedness of R.S. Dumont and Co., Cali, Columbia. TLS. 1 p. with registered envelope.
    • Misc. G.E. Gallibrand of Strand Auto Ignition and Battery Corp., 1932, Jan. 22Box 9, Folder 43
        Scope and Contents: Costs, complaints re: McIntyre real estate lots. ALS. 1 p. pen.
    • Misc. Application for copyright by McIntyre and Heath of their “Memoirs” for newspapers and periodicals., 1934, July 14Box 9, Folder 44
        Scope and Contents: 2 cards.
    • Misc. Rosehill Cemetery Co., 1934, Nov. 17Box 9, Folder 45
        Scope and Contents: Grass cutting bill. Invoice, 2 envelopes.
    • Misc. Southampton Bank, Southampton, N.Y. to James McIntyre TLS, 1935, 1937Box 9, Folder 46
        Scope and Contents: re: loans and mortgage payment. 2 pp.
    • Misc. Ashton Stevens to James McIntyre., 1936, April 11Box 9, Folder 47
        Scope and Contents: ALS. Re: clippings of McIntyre and Heath. 1 p. pen.
    • Misc. Harry Jones, Tax collector, to James McIntyre., 1936, Aug. 27Box 9, Folder 48
        Scope and Contents: 1934 tax balance on property. Typed Document. 1 p.
    • Misc. Alan Dale, Jr. Long Island columnist., 1937Box 9, Folder 49
        Scope and Contents: Clipping about James McIntyre as “Uncle Jim.” 1 p. (fragile.)
    • Misc. Bay View Heights, Brooklyn, N.Y., [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 50
        Scope and Contents: Map of Add. No. 9, surveyed 1898. 1 p. (fragile)
    • Misc. Fragment of document (draft?) agreeing to cover losses and keep losses., [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 51
        Scope and Contents: In hand of James McIntyre. 1 p. ink.
    • Misc. A.K.Vandiver to Anna Ainsworth re: address of Mrs. James McIntyre's brother, J.H. Young., [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 52
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 1 p. ink. (?carbon)
    • Misc. Margaret to “My dear Mr. McIntyre” re: bad check., [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 53
        Scope and Contents: ALS. 1 leaf, 2 pp.
    • Misc. Wm A. Rosenbaum to “Dear Jim.”, [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 54
        Scope and Contents: Sale of lots in the Bronx. ALS. 1 leaf, 2 pp.
    • Misc. The New York Clipper., [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 55
        Scope and Contents: Advertisers' rate sheet for Holiday number. 1 p., and return envelope.
    • Misc. Margaret to James McIntyre., [n.d.]Box 9, Folder 56
        Scope and Contents: Payment of rent by DeSimonie.
    • Misc. from a music fileBox 9, Folder 57
        Scope and Contents: 5 LC copyright cards for skits:1915. James McIntyre. “How to Lend Money.”1929. James McIntyre and Tomas Keston Heath, “The Ham Tree.”1929. James McIntyre and T. Heath. “Flying to Jail.” “Comedy vaudville blackface sketch.”1929. James McIntyre and Thomas Kirton [sic] Heath. “Waiting at the Church.”1916. James McIntyre to Register of Copyrights. ALS. 1 p. ink.1912. Notice from Bellingham, Washington to James McIntyre. Taxes. Postcard.1933. Membership card for James McIntyre from National Variety Artists, Inc.Various blank cards, flyers, etc.
  • Oversize materials. Music, Photographs, Clippings, etc.
    • Sheet Music., 1891Box 10, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: “Tapoica or Mama Don't You Hear De Baby Cry?” 3 leaves (4 pp.)
    • Sheet Music, 1892Box 10, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: “Reels, jigs and hornpipes.” Used by James McIntyre of McIntyre and Heath. 26 leaves. (28 pps.)
    • Sheet Music., 1894Box 10, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: “Johnny, My Old Friend John.” 2 leaves. (3 pp.)
    • Sheet Music., 1901Box 10, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: “The Art of Picking Fowl.” Coon song. 2 leaves (4 pp.)
    • Sheet Music., 1913Box 10, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: For “The HamTree.” [1913]; Music for “Rajah Glide.” 2 leaves (4 pp.) [1914]; Music for “In a Cosy Bungalow in a Loving Town.” 3 leaves (6 pp.)
    • Sheet Music. Minstrel song by E.M. Joyce, to the tune of “Turkey in the Straw” by J. Carroll. (See also Box 4, F. 55. for connection in 1913?) Lyrics, ALS. 1 p.Box 10, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Transcription 1 p. ink.
    • Sheet Music., 1922Box 10, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: For “Red Pepper” and “It Must Be You.” 3 leaves. 6 pp.
    • Sheet Music., [n.d.]Box 10, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: “Bonnie Mary” by Dave Marion. 2 leaves, (4 pp.)
    • Music cues., [n.d.] FlyerBox 10, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: 2 items, one page each.
    • Photographs and Clippings.Box 10, Folder 10
      • McIntyre and Heath. Blackface with dice., Before 1898?Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Photo, black and white.
      • McIntyre and Heath., Before 1898?Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Blackface, laughing. Photo, bandw.
      • McIntyre and Heath. Newspaper: The Los Angeles Record. Notice of Orpheum Theatre., 1898, May 10Box 10, Folder 10
      • McIntyre and Heath, “established 1874.”, 1898Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Photograph montage of 11 skits, portraits, bandw. Photo and copyright Marceau, Los Angeles, Calif. 1898
      • Grace Tyson, with McIntyre and Heath's comedians., 1900Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping fromKalamazoo, Indiana.
      • New York Journal., 1901, Jan. 27Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Page of news, incl. an article on Pope LeoXIII's encyclical on socialism.
      • “The Morning Telegraph.”, 1906, June 17Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Newspaper. Full page ad for James McIntyre's Long Island real estate, also article on p. 7. 3 leaves (6 pp).
      • “The Player.”, 1909, Dec. 10Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Magazine of the White Rats of America, Inc. 32 leaves (64 pp.)
      • “Chicago Evening American.”, [1912, April 1]Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping on black humor. Column of Dorothy Dix.
      • James McIntyre. Certificate showing membership in Actor's Fund of America., 1912Box 10, Folder 10
      • “The Stage.”, 1913, June 19Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: [London] McIntyre and Heath to play at the Hippodrome in show “Hello Ragtime.” Pages very brittle. No count. Notice on p. 16 on “The Variety Stage.”
      • Revival of “The Ham Tree.”, 1914-1915Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Scrapbook of clippings re: show's tour. 17 leaves (33pp) 1 unattached clipping. Biographical information on the team given.
      • “The Philadelphia Record.”, 1915, June 6Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Article on Michael Teller's collection of Theatrical photographs. 4 leaves (8pp) Also clipping duplicating p. 3 showing McIntyre and Heath in various roles.
      • “Daily Northwestern” (Oshkosh, Wis.), 1915, Nov. 27Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Article on Collection of John Williams' theatre memorabilia, including reference to McIntyre and Heath.
      • “Sunday Leader.” (Cleveland, Ohio), 1918, April 14Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping. Article on Christian Science.
      • “The Brooklyn Daily Eagle.”, 1918, May 6Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: War cartoons, article about the Kaiser.
      • Page of jokes, [n.d.] 1914-1918Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Kaiser cartoon on verso.
      • Clippings for Lee Shubert from C.P. Greniker,, 1919, Oct. 4Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: “Publicity for McIntyre and Heath” and show, “Hello Alexander.” Single leaf (2pp)
      • “The Argus.”, 1920, Jan. 11Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping on Lew Benedict, old time minstrel artist, and the changes in minstrel shows. 1 leaf (2pp.).
      • “Brooklyn Daily Eagle.”, 1920Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping, “Plays and Players.” 1 leaf (2pp.).
      • “The Free Press” (London, Ontario), 1920, Aug. 30Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping re: McIntyre and Heath and George Primrose.
      • “Daily News.” Clipping., 1921, May 21Box 10, Folder 10
      • “New York Evening Journal.”, 1921, Nov. 4Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping re: Judge George W. Martin and family. 1 leaf (2pp.)
      • “Evening [Journal]”, 1921, Dec. 6Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping re: “Red Pepper” show of McIntyre and Heath.
      • Clipping re: “Red Pepper” sketches., [1921]Box 10, Folder 10
      • “The Brooklyn Standard Union.”, 1927, Nov. 9Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping of Brooklyn Democratic Campaign Victors, including Judge Martin.
      • “The New York Sun.”, 1930, Aug. 18Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping of “25 years ago today” with McIntyre and Heath in “The Ham Tree.”
      • “Boston Post.”, 1934, Oct. 17Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping of James McIntyre, age 77, and Thomas Heath, age 81, in Boston performance.
      • “Sunday Times,” Chicago, Il., 1936, May 10Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping re: Harry Armstrong, old time minstrel. 2 copies. Fragments.
      • “Chattanooga Free Press.”, 1936, Oct.Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping of Will S. Albert's memoirs, with mention of McIntyre and Heath of “Hame[sic] Tree” fame.
      • “New York Times.”, 1937, Aug. 19Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping on the death of James McIntyre. Fragment.
      • “American Weekly, Inc.”, 1937Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping of article, “The Georgia Minstrels,” 64 years of partnership, 1873-1937. 7 leaves (8pp.).
      • “Brooklyn Eagle.”, 1939, May 6Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping 2 leaves (4pp) (King and Queen?)
      • “New York American.”, 1939, June 4Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping about Judge George W. Martin's acquittal. 2 leaves (4pp.)
      • “Brooklyn Eagle.”, 1939, Nov. 25Box 10, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Clipping of column on Judge George W. Martin's acquittal. 1 leaf (2pp.)
      • Fragments., [n.d.]Box 10, Folder 10