Scope and arrangement
The correspondence consists largely of personal letters written by Richard Barstow to his friend Morgan James, as well as some business related correspondence and documents related to litigation. Also includes a script entitled THE RAINBOW YEARS, dated January 30, 1958, for a performance marking the twentieth anniversary of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, i.e. the "March of Dimes." The script features material written for celebrity performers such as Lillian Gish, Eddie Cantor, Don Ameche, and Rudy Vallée.