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Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979
The Zanuck mss., 1935-1951, consist of inter-office correspondence and notes to and from Darryl Francis Zanuck, 1902-1979, producer, and other officials of the Twentieth Century-Fox film studio.
 

7. ZANUCK MSS. II, 1954-1969 10 items (Short Box ALF)

Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979
The Zanuck mss. II, ca. 1954-1969, consist of a collection of letters by the Academy Award-winning film producer Darryl F. Zanuck to his wife Virginia Zanuck.
 
Y.W.C.A. Indiana U.
The Indiana University chapter of the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) was founded in 1886 by Mrs. Jenny Bryan, sister to future IU president William Lowe Bryan. Open to all interested women in the Bloomington community, the YWCA aimed to encourage the personal development, religious growth, social sensitivity, and civic responsibility of its members. It sought to provide leadership training in the many areas of life and to provide volunteer leaders for community service in Monroe County. This collection consists of various publications, administrative material and financial records created by the organization from 1929 through 1973.
 
Young Men's Christian Association (Indiana University)
The Red Book was a student and faculty directory published annually by the Indiana University Young Men's Christian Association from 1892-1971. In addition to contact information, the books covered a variety of topics over the years, including information about the YMCA and other campus organizations, academic calendars, tips for new students, local business advertisements, and maps of Bloomington and the IU campus.
 
Young, Herrick B. (Herrick Black), 1904-
Herrick B. Young was an Indiana University alumnus, 1925. After leaving IU, Young continued his schooling elsewhere and became an English and literature professor at Alborz College in Tehran, Iran. He later became President of the Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio, 1954-1969, and served as President of the Near East Foundation, 1972-1976. He was a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society and the Royal Central Asian Society, and held two honorary doctorates. This collection contains memoirs of Young's travels and scrapbooks and articles written by Young between the 1920s and 1980s. The collection also contains lectures, notes, correspondence, and Young's book, Strange lands and wonderful people.