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Harold T. P. Hayes Papers

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Harold Hayes, a 1948 graduate of Wake Forest College, is perhaps best known for his role as editor of Esquire magazine (1963 to 1973). He later authored two books on ecological issues and worked on several television projects. In 1987, Hayes wrote an article on Dian Fossey for Life magazine, which was the basis for the 1988 film  Gorillas in the Mist. He had nearly completed an expanded version of the article when he died of cancer at age 62. This collection consists of Harold Hayes's personal papers and other materials dating from his high school and college years through the posthumous publication of his last book. There is considerable material on Hayes's work at  Esquire magazine, both in the  Esquire series and in the personal correspondence. Post-  Esqire projects are also well-documented, particulary Hayes's book projects, his editorship of  California magazine, and his brief tenure with the CBS news program 20/20. The Dian Fossey series contains extensive material on Fossey's life and work, including many interviews with her friends and associates.

Biographical and Historical Note

Harold Thomas Pace Hayes was born April 18, 1926 in Elkin, North Carolina. He was the second of three children of the Rev. James Madison Hayes, Sr., a Baptist minister, and his wife Aline Pace Hayes. The family lived in Beckley, West Virginia for much of Harold's childhood, then moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina when he was 11 years old. Hayes graduated from Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem and went on to what was then Wake Forest College. He received a B.A. from Wake Forest in 1948 and then attended Wake Forest's law school for an additional year, mostly so that he could continue to edit the college's student literary magazine, The Student. Hayes worked briefly for the Atlanta bureau of the United Press, then enlisted in the Marines in 1950. He did not see active duty, and after his discharge Hayes went to New York to pursue a career in journalism. Arnold Gingrich, publisher of Esquire, hired Hayes as his assistant in 1956. He was promoted to managing editor in 1960, and to editor in 1963. During Hayes’s editorship   Esquire magazine was on the forefront of the 1960s New Journalism. Contributors like Tom Wolfe, Gay Talese, Susan Sontag, Norman Mailer, Gore Vidal, Nora Ephron, and many others captured the essence of the turbulent decade in the magazine’s pages. Hayes’s frequent collaborations with George Lois made  Esquire’s design as cutting-edge as its content. Hayes left  Esquire in 1974 after a dispute with the publishers. He worked as a freelance consultant and writer and pursued his growing interest in ecology and African conservation. He authored two books on ecological issues, worked on several television projects, and served as editor of  California magazine. In 1987 Hayes wrote an article on Dian Fossey for  Life magazine, which was the basis for the 1988 film  Gorillas in the Mist. He had nearly completed an expanded version of the article when he died of cancer at age 62.  The Dark Romance of Dian Fossey was published shortly after Hayes’s death in 1989. He was survived by his second wife, Judy Kessler, and two children, Thomas and Carrie, from his first marriage to Susan Meredith Hayes.

Collection Overview

The collection consists of Harold Hayes's personal papers and other materials dating from his high school and college years through the posthumous publication of his last book. There is considerable material on Hayes's work at Esquire magazine, both in the  Esquire series and in the personal correspondence. Post-  Esqire projects are also well-documented, particulary Hayes's book projects, his editorship of  California magazine, and his brief tenure with the CBS news program 20/20. The Dian Fossey series contains extensive material on Fossey's life and work, including many interviews with her friends and associates. The collection also includes various forms of multimedia such as VHS tapes and audiocassettes, as well as photographs of Hayes, his family, and his travels.

The collection is divided into 26 series. The first contains general biographical information about Hayes, and the next 4 relate to aspects of his personal life, such as his education, his early career, and his family. The next series, Personal correspondence, is arranged chronologically by year and contains letters written to and from Hayes. The following 12 series contain materials related to various facets of Hayes's career, including his involvement with editing, television, and writing. The next series deals with Hayes's work on the Dian Fossey project, including research materials, interviews, and drafts. The following three series consist of different formats (as opposed to written materials): Photographs, Notebooks and diaries, and Audio and video. The WFU Harold Hayes Event series contains materials regarding a memorial service held for Hayes on Wake Forest's campus in 1994. Finally, Uncategorized Printed Materials consists of any items that do not neatly fit into the above series, and oversize materials are housed in an oversize box.

Collection Inventory

  • Personal
    • Clippings- articles written about Hayes / Box 78 Folder 23
    • Harold Hayes resumes / Box 78 Folder 21
    • Hayes passports and certificates of vaccination (1965, 1969, 1974) / Box 78 Folder 27
    • Stoneridge, NY property information / Box 78 Folder 28
    • Accident (includes various documents regarding the car accident) / Box 78 Folder 10
    • Correspondence regarding Hayes's papers (Kessler, McNeil) (6/20/89) / Box 78 Folder 36
    • Judith Kessler Hayes insurance information (1989) / Box 78 Folder 37
    • Hayes's death / Box 80 Folder 4
    • Wills (Harold Hayes and Susan M. Hayes) (1969) / Box 80 Folder 11
    • Scrapbook (1) / Box 83 Folder 4
    • Scrapbook (2) / Box 84 (Includes newspaper articles written by Hayes and about Hayes)
  • Education and early career (1926-1960)
    • Reynolds High School, Winston-Salem, NC (1939-1943) / Box 1 Folder 1 / Box 86 (Notebooks and clippings)
    • Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, N.C. (1943-1949)
      • Student magazine and college newspaper (1947-1948) / Box 1 Folder 2
      • "Confessions of a C-Student Long Gone From the College Campus" Chapel talk by Harold Hayes, December 1960 (1960) / Box 1 Folder 3 (MS, typescripts, and transcribed text in Wake Forest Magazine)
      • Alumni Association, Board of Visitors, Board of Trustees (1968-1973) / Box 1 Folder 4
      • Edgar Estes Folk (1965, 1982) / Box 1 Folder 5
      • Manuscript notes on WFU / Box 78 Folder 16
      • Journal and Sentinel Aricle: Staff Goes Into Mourning for WF Magazine (n.d.) / Box 78 Folder 17
      • Wake Forest University graduation memorabilia, report card: academic-related items sent home to Hayes's folks (1936-1943) / Box 78 Folder 19
      • Program- First Annual E.E. Folk Journalism Workshop (Oct. 5 and 6, 1965) / Box 80 Folder 6
      • Old Gold and Black school newspaper (1948) / Box 83 Folder 5
      • The Student- The Wake Forest College Magazine (April 1947- February 1948) / Box 81
        • Vol. LX No. 6 (April 1947)
        • Vol. LXI No. 1 (October 1947)
        • Vol. LXI No. 5 (March 1948) / Box 81
        • Vol. LXI No. 2 (November 1947) / Box 81
        • Vol LXI No. 3 (December 1947) / Box 81
        • Vol. LXI No. 4 (February 1948) / Box 81
      • The Wake Forest Magazine (Summer 1974) / Box 81
      • The Wake Forest Magazine (Spring 1976) / Box 81
    • Employment applications, letters, resumes (1948-1986) / Box 1 Folder 6
    • Nieman Foundation Fellowship in Journalism, Harvard (1958-1959) / Box 1 Folder 7
    • Magazine Editors' Workshop, The New School for Social Research (HH instructor) (1959-1961) / Box 1 Folder 8
    • Pageant Magazine (1952-1956) / Box 78 Folder 24
  • U.S. Marine Corps service (1949-1982)
    • Pamphlets and clippings / Box 1 Folder 9
    • Orders and papers (1949-1958) / Box 1 Folder 10
    • 7th Basic School, Quantico, VA (1950-1982) / Box 1 Folder 11
    • Reunion 1982 (1982) / Box 1 Folder 12
    • Memoirs of a Reluctant Marine (1982) / Box 2 Folder 1
    • Veterans Administration / Box 2 Folder 2
    • Newberrian 1945 (yearbook) / Box 79 Folder 14 / Box 79 Folder 14
    • Newberry College- naval training (1945) / Box 79 Folder 15
    • Foreign Service, Volume 34 (September 1946) / Box 80
  • Early writings (1946-1960)
    • Fiction and poetry (1946-1949) / Box 2 Folder 3
    • Nonfiction essays and articles / Box 2 Folder 4
    • Proposals for magazine articles / Box 2 Folder 5
    • "The Noble Art of Complaining" / Box 2 Folder 6
    • "I Am an Editor and a Father" / Box 2 Folder 7
    • "How to Ask for a Raise" / Box 2 Folder 8
    • Notes and clippings / Box 2 Folder 9
    • Fiction MS/TS Fragments / Box 2 Folder 10
  • Hayes Family (1930-1987)
    • Hayes, James M., Sr. (HH's father) / Box 2 Folder 11
      • Golden Anniversary- Fiftieth: rev. James M. Hayes and Aline Pace Hayes (writings by James), Program- Unveiling of The Portrait of Rev. James Madison Hayes / Box 78 Folder 38
    • Hayes, Aline Pace (HH's mother) / Box 2 Folder 12
    • Hayes, Susan Meredith (HH's first wife) / Box 2 Folder 13
    • Hayes, Thomas (HH's son) / Box 2 Folder 14
    • Hayes, Carrie (HH's daughter) / Box 3 Folder 1
  • Personal correspondence (1942-1989)
    • 1943
      • Letter from Jno. H. Folger, House of Representatives (2/19/43) / Box 79 Folder 11
    • 1946
      • H.M. Kilgore regarding Defense Program internship (November 15, 1946) / Box 3 Folder 2
    • 1947
      • Letter from W.C. Horn (June 17, 1947) / Box 3 Folder 3
    • 1948
      • Recommendation from Jasper Memory, Jr. (April 26, 1948) / Box 3 Folder 4
    • 1949
      • Hayes family, friends, Claude Joyner, Bell Telephone (1949) / Box 3 Folder 5
    • 1950
      • Isbell, Betty (1949-1950)
      • Hayes family, friends (1950) / Box 3 Folder 7
    • 1951
      • Note from Brentano's regarding book orders (January 23, 1951) / Box 3 Folder 8
    • 1953
      • Dr. Ernst Kober / Box 78 Folder 25
    • 1954
      • Pageant Magazine (1954) / Box 3 Folder 10
    • 1957
      • Bynum Shaw, Bill Laughrun, and others (1957) / Box 3 Folder 11
    • 1958
      • Wake Forest College, E.E. Folk (1958) / Box 3 Folder 12
      • Business correspondence, Bynum Shaw and other friends, rejection notice from Saturday Evening Post (1958) / Box 3 Folder 13
    • 1959 / Box 2
      • New School journalism class, Esquire (1959) / Box 3 Folder 14
      • Nieman Fellowship (1958-1959) / Box 3 Folder 15
    • 1960
      • Hayes family, Wake Forest College (1959-1960) / Box 3 Folder 15
      • Esquire, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., New School / Box 3 Folder 16
    • 1961
      • Hayes family (1961) / Box 3 Folder 17
      • Wake Forest College (1961) / Box 3 Folder 18
      • Esquire (1961) / Box 3 Folder 19
    • 1962
      • Hayes family (1962) / Box 3 Folder 20
      • IRS tax forms (1962) / Box 3 Folder 21
      • Esquire, Clay Blair / Box 3 Folder 22
    • 1963
      • Wake Forest related, Hayes family, Harvard University Neiman Foundation for Journalism (1963) / Box 4 Folder 1
      • Esquire, including notes on Jacqueline Kennedy, Nieman Foundation / Box 4 Folder 2
    • 1964
      • Hayes family and friends (1964) / Box 4 Folder 2
      • Wake Forest College, E.E. Folk (1964) / Box 4 Folder 4
      • Esquire, Nieman Foundation (1964) / Box 4 Folder 5
    • 1965
      • Hayes family and friends (1965) / Box 4 Folder 6
      • Wake Forest College, E.E.Folk, Harvard University Nieman Foundation for Journalism (1965) / Box 4 Folder 7
      • Esquire, Playboy magazine, Pat Kelly (1965) / Box 4 Folder 8
      • Africa (1965) / Box 4 Folder 9
    • 1966
      • Hayes family (1966) / Box 4 Folder 10
      • Wake Forest College, E.E. Folk (1966) / Box 4 Folder 11
      • Esquire, Randolph Churchill, Howard Hughes, Luigi Barzini (1966) / Box 4 Folder 12
    • 1967
      • Hayes family and friends (1967) / Box 4 Folder 13
      • Wake Forest College (1967) / Box 4 Folder 14
      • Esquire, McGeorge Bundy (1967) / Box 4 Folder 14
    • 1968
      • Hayes family and friends (1968) / Box 4 Folder 15
      • Wake Forest Univeristy (1968) / Box 4 Folder 16
      • Esquire, Richard Gehman, Daniel Talbot (1968) / Box 4 Folder 17
    • 1969
      • Hayes family and friends (1969) / Box 4 Folder 18
      • Wake Forest University (1969) / Box 4 Folder 19
      • Esquire (1969) / Box 4 Folder 20
    • 1970
      • Hayes family and friends (1970) / Box 4 Folder 22
      • Wake Forest University, Bill McIlwain, E.E. Folk (1970) / Box 4 Folder 23
      • Esquire, Bynum Shaw review, photograph (1970) / Box 4 Folder 24
    • 1971
      • Hayes family and friends, Hayes genealogy (1971) / Box 5 Folder 1
      • Wake Forest University, HH's memorial essay on Justus Drake (1971) / Box 5 Folder 2
      • Esquire, incl. Christmas card from Lt. William Calley (1971) / Box 5 Folder 3
      • Africa (1970-1971) / Box 5 Folder 4
      • William McIlwain / Box 80 Folder 3 / Box 80 Folder 2
    • 1972
      • Hayes family and friends (1972) / Box 5 Folder 5
      • Wake Forest University, Arnold Palmer, Ralph Ellison (1972) / Box 5 Folder 6
      • Esquire, Ellen Moers, The Center Magazine (Conference on Social Change) (1972) / Box 5 Folder 7
      • Africa (1972) / Box 5 Folder 8
    • 1973
      • Hayes family (1973) / Box 5 Folder 9
      • Wake Forest University (1973) / Box 5 Folder 10
      • Esquire, Ellen Moers, John Blumenthal, reactions to HH's departure (1973) / Box 5 Folder 11
      • Africa, travel (1973) / Box 5 Folder 12
    • 1974
      • Hayes family, Africa, David McKay Co. (1974) / Box 5 Folder 13
    • 1975
      • Hayes family, friends, Wake Forest University (1975) / Box 5 Folder 14
    • 1976
      • Hayes family, friends, wedding invitation from Lt. William Calley (1976) / Box 5 Folder 15
      • Africa, Hugh Lamprey (1976) / Box 5 Folder 16
    • 1977
      • Last Place on Earth, Susan Smith Blackburn eulogy, Wake Forest University, Letter from Walter Friedenberg of the Cincinnati Post; query about F. Scott Fitzgerald and Esquire; other (1977) / Box 5 Folder 17
    • 1978
      • Condolences on death of James Hayes, Sr.; 20/20 television program (1978) / Box 5 Folder 18
    • 1979
      • Hayes family, friends, business associates / Box 5 Folder 19
      • Bard College teaching / Box 78 Folder 7
    • 1980
      • Hayes family, Bynum Shaw, Africa (1980) / Box 5 Folder 20
      • Professional correspondence, CBS, William Shawn (1980) / Box 5 Folder 21
    • 1981
      • Hayes family, friends, Africa, Three Levels of Time  (1981) / Box 5 Folder 22
      • Business-related, including letters from William Shawn and Thomas Hoving / Box 5 Folder 23
    • 1982
      • Professional correspondence, Fred Iseman, Three Levels of Time, Gay Talese, CBS, Africa (1982) / Box 5 Folder 24
    • 1983
      • Professional correspondence, letters of inquiry to various magazines, exchange with Ned Rorem / Box 5 Folder 25
    • 1984
      • Recommendation letter to Nieman Foundation for Sean Callahan (1984) / Box 6 Folder 1
    • 1985
      • California Magazine, House and Garden Magazine (1985) / Box 6 Folder 2
    • 1986
      • Hayes family, friends, Africa, Judy Kessler, letter from Norman Lear (1986) / Box 6 Folder 3
    • 1987
      • Hayes family, friends, travel (1987) / Box 6 Folder 4
      • Levine and Schreiber, relating to "Opera Fariday" / Box 79 Folder 7
      • Harold Hayes to James Sr. and Annie Hayes (1943-1975) / Box 79 Folder 12
    • 1988
      • Hayes family, friends, professional correspondence (1988) / Box 6 Folder 5
    • 1989
      • Letter to Judy Kessler from African Wildlife Foundation (1989) / Box 6 Folder 6
    • Undated letters (1940-1959)
      • From Bill McIlwain and others (1940-1959) / Box 3 Folder 9
    • Harold Hayes to James, Sr. and Aline Hayes (1943-1975) (16 letters from Hayes to his parents, added from James M. Hayes, Jr. Papers.)
    • Regarding Barbara Jarvis (c. 1986) / Box 78 Folder 15
    • Misc. Cards/Postcards / Box 78 Folder 2
    • Legal papers and contracts (1975-1976) / Box 78 Folder 18
    • Letters to and from James M. Hayes Jr. and vice versa (1956-1968) / Box 80 Folder 10
    • Friedenberg, Walter. Institute of Current World Affairs memos. (1956-1959) / Box 80 Folder 10b (Copies of field reports from Friendenberg to Walter S. Rogers of the ICWA, mostly reporting from Pakistan and India.)
  • Esquire Magazine (1957-1973)
    • Correspondence and individual files
      • Abel, Eli (1972) / Box 6 Folder 7 (1 letter from Abel, Dean of Columbia University School of Journalism, informing Hayes that Esquire had been awarded the National Magazine Award for Visual Excellence.)
      • Acheson, Dean (1960-1962) / Box 6 Folder 8
      • Ackerman, Martin (1968-1969) / Box 6 Folder 9 (Letters are from Hayes in his capacity as Chairman of the American Society of Magazine Editors, regarding severance packages for employees of the soon-to-be defunct  Saturday Evening Post.)
      • Allen, Steve (1971-1972) / Box 6 Folder 10 (Correspondence to and from Allen regarding article on then-acting Governor Ronald Reagan.)
      • Allen, Woody (1965) / Box 6 Folder 11 (One letter to Allen from Esquire travel editor  Richard Joseph regarding European photographs.)
      • Allen, Richard (1973) / Box 6 Folder 12 / Box 3 (1 typed letter on New Yorker letterhead)
      • Alpert, Richard, SEE Leary, Timothy
      • Arbus, Diane, et al. (1959-1960) / Box 6 Folder 13 / Box 6 Folder 14 (Consists mostly of correspondence between Hayes or Toni Bliss of Esquire and various recipients, regarding Arbus's assignments for the magazine, along with a few letters and notes from Arbus herself. Also included are a typescript about Arbus by  Thomas Southall and a catalog and brochure for a 1984 exhibition of Arbus's photographs at the University of Kansas, Lawrence; Hayes was a panelist at the symposium for this exhibit.)
      • Baldwin, James (1959-1972) / Box 6 Folder 15 (Letters from Hayes, Baldwin, and others regarding Baldwin's interviews with Ingmar Bergman and  Charlie Chaplin, and other articles for  Esquire. Includes letter from Bergman. Also includes correspondence and documents relating to an article by Baldwin on race relations in Birmingham, Alabama.)
      • Baker, Russell (1962) / Box 6 Folder 16
      • Bart, Peter (1966) / Box 6 Folder 17 (Correspondence between Hayes and Bart regarding payment for article not published because of legal concerns.)
      • Barzini, Luigi (1966) / Box 6 Folder 18 (Letter from Barzini, with reply from HH.)
      • Beckett, Samuel (1968) / Box 6 Folder 18b   Scope and Contents note

        Letter from Hayes requesting meeting, with postcard reply from Beckett.

      • Bedford, Sybille (1960-1963) / Box 6 Folder 19 (Correspondence mostly concerning Bedford's article "The Trial of Lady Chatterley" .)
      • Belli, Melvin M. (1965) / Box 6 Folder 20 (Dinner invitation, and note from Hayes declining.)
      • Bellow, Saul (1960) / Box 6 Folder 21 (Correspondence between Hayes and Bellow regarding article on Kruschev; includes photocopy of article draft.)
      • Benton, Robert, SEE Newman, David
      • Berendt, John / Box 9 Folder 36
      • Berger, Thomas (1971-1973) / Box 6 Folder 22 (Correspondence between Hayes and Berger about film column for Esquire.)
      • Bergquist, Laura, SEE Fromm, Erich
      • Bingham, Barry (1966) / Box 6 Folder 23 (Note from Bingham (editor of Louisville newspapers) to Hayes and comments by Bingham on manuscript by Ben Bagdikian.)
      • Blair, Clay (1962-1970) / Box 6 Folder 24 (Correspondence about various subjects, photocopy of Hayes's review of Blair's novel, transcription of Blair's remarks before Saturday Evening Post manager's meeting (1962).)
      • Bogdonavich, Peter (1962-1969) / Box 6 Folder 25 (Correspondence, including 19 letters from Bogdonavich, about various proposed article topics, including Howard Hawks,  John Ford,  Sonny and Cher, and  Rod McKuen.)
      • Booker, Christopher (1970-1972) / Box 6 Folder 26 (Correspondence about article on Oxford University Press and potential articles on  Kenneth Clark,  David Frost, urban development in  London, and other topics.)
      • Boorstin, Daniel (1968) / Box 6 Folder 27 (Brief letters regarding Boorstin's article for Esquire's 35th anniversary issue.)
      • Boroff, David (1962) / Box 6 Folder 28 (Disgruntled letter from Boroff regarding response to his article on Abraham Lincoln Brigade, and equally disgruntled reply from Hayes.)
      • Bourjaily, Vance (1962) / Box 6 Folder 29 (Letter from Bourjaily to then-editor Arnold Gingrich, proposing rebuttal to  Norman Mailer article on  Jacqueline Kennedy; with replies from Gingrich and Hayes.)
      • Brackman, Jacob (1970-1971) / Box 6 Folder 30 (Correspondence regarding Brackman's film column and other projects.)
      • Brady, James (1971) / Box 7 Folder 1 (Typed letter on New York Magazine letterhead from James Brady to Hayes, enclosing typescript "American Diary" by Ulick O'Connor for Hayes's consideration; MS notes from readers on verso of letter.)
      • Brandon, Henry (1960) / Box 7 Folder 2 (Letter from Brandon and response from Hayes regarding article on Arthur Miller and  Marilyn Monroe, and memo with  Esquire editorial staff comments on article.)
      • Brower, Brock (1968-1970) / Box 7 Folder 3 (Correspondence regarding various projects, and copy of letter from Rust Hills to Brower, with Hayes's comments.)
      • Brown, James Oliver (literary agent), SEE Moravia, Alberto
      • Buckley, William F. (1962-1972) / Box 7 Folder 4 (Extensive correspondence on topics including Ronald Reagan,  Jessica Mitford,  Edgar Smith,  Robert Kennedy assassination, and  Gore Vidal. Also includes material on Buckley - Vidal controversy.)
      • Bunker, Edward (1972) / Box 7 Folder 5 (Letter to Hayes from W.W. Norton editor  Georgia Griggs, requesting letter of support for prisoner and novelist Edward Bunker, with copy of Hayes's letter in response. Also includes dust jacket of Bunker's  No Beast So Fierce, and offprint of article  "War Behind Walls" .)
      • Burroughs, William (1968) / Box 7 Folder 6 (Correspondence regarding coverage of 1968 political conventions.)
      • Cain, James M., SEE Sullivan, Frank
      • Caniff, Milton (1968) / Box 7 Folder 7 (One MS note from Caniff to Hayes.)
      • Capote, Truman (1972) / Box 7 Folder 8 (Note from Hayes to Capote regarding his proposed gift of his Great Gatsby treatment.)
      • Clark, Ramsey (1970) / Box 7 Folder 9 (One letter from Hayes asking Clark to write article on challenges to court system by Black Panthers and others.)
      • Comden, Betty, and Adolph Green (1959-1970) / Box 7 Folder 10 (Correspondence between Hayes and Comden, and two letters from John Springer of the  Arthur P. Jacobs public relations company, describing the musical  "Ziggy!" , based on the life of  Sigmund Freud.)
      • Corso, Gregory (1963-1965) / Box 7 Folder 11 (Includes two undated letters and three undated postcards from Corso, 1963 letter and two 1965 telegrams from Hayes to Corso, and a magazine clipping of a Corso poem with his marginal note.)
      • Crossman, Richard Howard Stafford (1963) / Box 7 Folder 12 (Three letters and two telegrams from Hayes, with one response from Crossman, discussing article in progress.)
      • Dali, Salvador (1960) / Box 7 Folder 13 (Letter from Hayes requesting forwarding address for remittance check, with note from Dali in reply.)
      • Dewey, Thomas E. (1961) / Box 7 Folder 14 (Brief letter from Dewey to Hayes, giving regrets that he would not be able to supply requested piece.)
      • Dobell, Byron (1962-1964) / Box 7 Folder 15
      • Donadio, Candida, SEE Lantz, Robert
      • Donovan, Richard (1957-1959) / Box 7 Folder 16
      • Eisenberg, Lee (1969 and undated) / Box 7 Folder 17 (Includes letter of introduction for Eisenberg from Hiram Haydn, letter with writing samples from Eisenberg to Hayes, and 4-page undated, unsigned memo--presumably by Eisenberg?-- discussing changes in Esquire magazine.)
      • Ephron, Nora (undated) / Box 7 Folder 18 (Two letters from Ephron to Hayes, one of which appears to have been written at Hayes's departure from Esquire.)
      • Fairbanks, Douglas (1968) / Box 7 Folder 19 (Letter from Hayes regarding interview, with Fairbanks's reply.)
      • Felker, Clay (1973) / Box 7 Folder 20 (1 letter from Hayes to Felker regading payment for "The Watergate Paper" .)
      • Ferrell, Tom (1973) / Box 7 Folder 21 (Note from Ferrell, managing editor at Esquire, to Hayes on his departure.)
      • Ford, Jesse Hill (1971-1972) / Box 7 Folder 22 (Correspondence regarding potential article by Ford about his shooting of trespasser on his property and subsequent trial. Includes lengthy proposal from Ford, with responses from Hayes and Don Erickson of  Esquire.)
      • Fox, Joseph (Random House) (1966-1967) / Box 7 Folder 23 (Correspondence between Hayes and Joe Fox, his editor at Random House, about Hayes's progress on a book manuscript entitled  Making a Modern Magazine.)
      • Frank, Robert (1966?) / Box 7 Folder 24 (Letters from Frank to Hayes, mostly about Conrad Rooks's film  Chappaqua .)
      • Fromm, Erich (1959-1960) / Box 7 Folder 25 (Correspondence between Fromm and Hayes regarding interview by Laura Bergquist; telegrams and memo from Bergquist to Hayes.)
      • Galbraith, John Kenneth (1962) / Box 7 Folder 26 (Letter and telegram from Hayes regarding Galbraith's pieces for Esquire, with Galbraith's reply. Galbraith was ambassador to India at the time.)
      • Gallico, Paul (1971) / Box 7 Folder 27 (Correspondence between Gallico and Arnold Gingrich, with follow-up letter from Hayes to Gallico about possible article on  George Plimpton.)
      • Genet, Jean, SEE ALSO Toulouse-Lautrec, Miranda (1968-1969) / Box 7 Folder 28 (Correspondence from Hayes, Arnold Gingrich,  Miranda de Toulouse-Lautrec, and  Richard Seaver, which details attempts to recruit Jean Genet and  Eugene Ionesco to report on Democratic Convention in Chicago. Genet attended and produced two pieces, which were translated by Seaver, and only one of which was published by  Esquire. Includes 4 photocopied pages of illegible French manuscript, 8-page typescript of Seaver's translation of Genet's essay on the Vietnam war,  "A Salute to a Hundred Thousand Stars" . Additional documents concern  Esquire's rejection of this article, financial reimbursement for Genet's expenses, and copyright of Genet's articles.)
      • Gilliam, Terry (1965) / Box 7 Folder 29 (Postcard and letter from Gilliam to Hayes, in which he offers thoughts on Esquire and describes his travels in Europe.)
      • Gingrich, Arnold (1963-1974) / Box 7 Folder 29 (Personal and professional letters and memos between Gingrich and Hayes, including condolences on the death of Hayes's mother; also includes Gingrich's obituary from the New York Times and letter from  Don Erickson.)
      • Ginzburg, Ralph (1965) / Box 7 Folder 31 (Letter from Ginzburg, editor of Fact Magazine, about sharing of subscription lists, with Hayes's reply.)
      • Giovanni, Nikki (1970) / Box 7 Folder 31 (Manuscript note from Giovanni regarding submissions to Esquire, with reply from Hayes giving evaluation and comments on her writing.)
      • Glaser, Alice (1970) / Box 7 Folder 32 (Materials relating to Glaser's death and memorial fund.)
      • Goldstein, Jill / Box 8 Folder 24
      • Goude, Jean-Paul (1966) / Box 7 Folder 33 (Letter from Goude regarding illustrations for Esquire, with Hayes's reply.)
      • Greene, Graham (1961-1973) / Box 7 Folder 34 (Correspondence between Hayes and Greene, discussing Esquire and potential contributions by Greene.)
      • Grzimek, Bernhard (1972-1974) / Box 7 Folder 35 (Correspondence mostly between Grzimek and Hayes regarding Hayes's profile for the New Yorker and African conservation issues.)
      • Gunther, John (1966) / Box 7 Folder 36 (Two letters from Hayes to Gunther regarding problems with his submitted story "Time, Gentlemen, Please..." .)
      • Halberstam, David (1960-1973) / Box 7 Folder 37 (Correspondence between Hayes and Halberstam regarding piece on a Washington murder and other potential articles.)
      • Halsman, Philippe (1966) / Box 7 Folder 38 (One note from Halsman to Hayes, apparently enclosed with transparencies of photographs.)
      • Harrison, Gilbert A. (1968) / Box 7 Folder 39 (MS letter from Harrison (editor of the New Republic) to Hayes regarding error in Otto Freidrich's article on Alice B. Toklas's grave.)
      • Hayes, James M., Jr. (1962-1963) / Box 7 Folder 40 (Letters from Harold Hayes's brother James M. Hayes, Jr. Includes correspondence about matador Raul Garcia and copy of 18 p. article on Garcia entitled "El Magnifico Garcia" . Also includes letters from James Hayes to Lt. General Lewis B. Puller and Arnold Gingrich.)
      • Hellman, Lillian, SEE ALSO Lantz, Robert (1967-1969) / Box 7 Folder 41 (Correspondence between Hayes and Hellman regarding Dorothy Parker and  Muhammed Ali.)
      • Hemingway, Mary (July 4th, 1977) / Box 7 Folder 42
      • Herr, Michael (1962-1968) / Box 7 Folder 43 (Correspondence between Hayes and Herr from 1962, when Herr was seeking job at Esquire; and 1967-68 letters from Herr during his term as  Vietnam War correspondent for  Esquire, with 2 telegrams from Hayes to Herr in southeast Asia.)
      • Hills, Rust, Mark Harris, and Lester Markel (1968-1973) / Box 7 Folder 44 (Various letters and memos to and from Esquire fiction editor L. Rust Hills. Includes extended correspondence with New York Times Book Review editor  Lester Markel regarding  Times article by  Mark Harris which  "attacked" Hills's  "Structure of the American Literary Establishment" piece from July 1963  Esquire. Includes manuscript and typescript of Hills's letter to the editor of the Book Review, along with cover memo from Hills to Hayes.)
      • Hoagland, Edward (1970-1971) / Box 8 Folder 1 (Correspondence between Hayes and Hoagland about various writing projects.)
      • Hodes, Art (1972) / Box 8 Folder 2 (Note from Hodes to Hayes regarding article in December 1972 issue.)
      • Humphrey, Hubert (June 26, 1968) (Personal and professional correspondence between Hayes and Humphrey, including piece by Humphrey describing his first airplane trip.)
      • Humphrey, William (1963-1970) / Box 8 Folder 4
      • Hunt, H. L. (1966-1967) / Box 8 Folder 5 (Correspondence between Hayes and Hunt regarding article and potential interveiw for Esquire; note from Hunt about Roy Cohn article.)
      • Jacobs, Hayes (1966) / Box 8 Folder 6 (Letter from Jacobs to Arnold Gingrich inquiring about piece accepted by  Esquire but never run; with replies from Gingrich and Hayes.)
      • Johnson, Gerald (1960) / Box 8 Folder 7 (Letter from Hayes to Johnson suggesting that he write an article about changes in the South for Esquire; with Johnson's reply.)
      • Jones, James (1968-1972) / Box 8 Folder 8 (Correspondence between Jones and Hayes regarding contributions to Esquire.)
      • Kahn, Roger (1970-1971) / Box 8 Folder 9 (Correspondence between Hayes and Kahn, regarding his Esquire sports column, deadlines, and expense account.)
      • Keats, John (1969) / Box 8 Folder 10 (Hayes's notes on Keats's manuscript on Dorothy Parker; Keats interviewed Hayes as part of his research.)
      • Kepmton, Murray (1962 and undated) / Box 8 Folder 11 (Correspondence includes Kepmton's comments on article by Noel Parmentel, with Hayes's response.)
      • Krassner, Paul (1966-1969) / Box 8 Folder 12 (Two notes from Krassner with responses from Hayes.)
      • Kunstler, William (1970) / Box 8 Folder 13 (Letter from Kunstler, of the Law Center for Constitutional Rights, about  John Stack's  Esquire article on Lt.  William Calley; with Hayes's response.)
      • Kuralt, Charles (1972) / Box 8 Folder 14 (Typed note from Hayes with MS note in response.)
      • Kurtzman, Harvey (1967) / Box 8 Folder 15 (Memos and notes from Kurtzman regarding Robert Crumb and  Esquire's hippie issue.)
      • Lagarrigue, Jean (1972) / Box 8 Folder 16 (Note from Lagarrigue written on back of color print illustration, with response from Hayes.)
      • Lantz, Robert, and Candida Donadio (1966-1970) / Box 8 Folder 17 (Correspondence between Hayes and literary agents Lanz and Donadio about Lillian Hellman and other authors.)
      • Lardner, Ring (1971) / Box 8 Folder 18 (Letter from Hayes suggesting article about Lardner's family, with Lardner's response.)
      • Lawrenson, Helen (undated) / Box 8 Folder 19 (One letter from Lawrenson to Hayes, discussing articles in progress and British royal family visit to U.S.)
      • Leary, Timothy, and Richard Alpert (1963) / Box 8 Folder 20 (Letter from Leary and Alpert objecting to statements made in Martin Mayer's article, based on interview with  David McClelland, which appeared in September 1963  Esquire, and requesting that  Esquire publish their response. Also includes Hayes's response, and his letter detailing  Esquire legal department's notes on Leary and Alpert's manuscript.)
      • Levine, David (1966) / Box 8 Folder 21 (Pen and ink illustration by Levine, with letter from Hayes discussing illustrations for December 1966 issue of Esquire.)
      • Lindsay, John V. (1963-1972) / Box 8 Folder 22 (Letter from Hayes to Lindsay about his article on C.I.A.; letter from Lindsay, then mayor of New York City, regarding donation to charity of his honorarium for another article.)
      • Lish, Gordon (1969) / Box 8 Folder 23 (8 p. of correspondence from Lish to Hayes and Rust Hills regarding potential for Lish taking over Hills's position at Esquire; copy of Lish's CV. Also correspondence between Hayes and Charles S. Rose of Auburn University, who took issue with the tone of a rejection slip from Lish.)
      • Lois, George (1963-1983) / Box 8 Folder 23b (Correspondence between Hayes and Lois, memos, clippings, and two typescripts by Hayes: "The George Lois Roast," and "On Lois and the Esquire covers, December, 1963 specifically")
      • Lomax, Alan (1959) / Box 8 Folder 25 (Copy of 2p. letter from Lomax to Hayes proposing article on folk singers, with cover letter from Lomax's agent Paul A. Rosen.)
      • Lyle, David (1967) / Box 8 Folder 26 (Correspondence between Hayes and Lyle discussing various articles.)
      • MacDonald, Dwight (1963-1965) / Box 8 Folder 27 (Correspondence between Hayes and Dwight regarding Dwight's film column for Esquire and other issues, including Dwight's objections to some  Esquire covers.)
      • MacLeish, Archibald (1959) / Box 8 Folder 28 (Correspondence mostly about legal agreement for publication of MacLeish's script "The Secret of Freedom" in  Esquire before it was produced and aired on NBC as part of their  Sunday Night Showcase series. Includes letters and memos from Hayes,  Sam Ferber,  Patti Goldstein,  Helen Strauss,  Robert D. Graff, and  Stanley Weintraub.)
      • McPartland, Marian (1971) / Box 8 Folder 29 (Letter from McPartland to Hayes praising June 1971 issue of Esquire, with Hayes's response.)
      • Mailer, Norman (1959-1972) / Box 8 Folder 30 (Correspondence between Hayes and Mailer regarding Mailer's column and other writings for Esquire, and correspondence with Mailer's lawyer,  Charles Rembar, regarding contracts, copyright, and Mailer's threatening legal action against  Esquire for using his name in an advertisement without his consent. Other correspondents include  Rust Hills,  Arnold Gingrich,  Harold Conrad, and  Robert Rifkind. File includes letters, documents, telegrams, memos, and a color proof of November 1959  Esquire cover.)
      • Markel, Lester, SEE Hills, Rust
      • Marx, Groucho (1967) / Box 8 Folder 31 (Letter from Marx complaining about small type size in Esquire articles.)
      • Matthiessen, Peter (1962) / Box 8 Folder 32 (Correspondence between Hayes and Matthiessen about article rejected by Esquire on the narcotic drug  Ayahuasca)
      • Mayer, Martin (1966-1972) / Box 8 Folder 33 (Correspondence between Mayer and Hayes, including Hayes's lengthy critique of Mayer's profile of Leonard Bernstein. Also includes Mayer's 12-page memorial tribute to  Arnold Gingrich.)
      • Mazzocco, Robert, SEE Sontag, Susan
      • Meehan, Tom (1966) / Box 8 Folder 34 (One personal letter from Meehan to Hayes.)
      • Meyer, Karl (1966-1969) / Box 8 Folder 35 (Correspondence between Meyer and Hayes, regarding Meyer's potential contributions to Esquire.)
      • Miller, Henry (1968) / Box 8 Folder 36 (One letter from Miller to Don Erickson, in which Miller turns down request to contribute to October 1968  Esquire.)
      • Miller, Jonathan (1968) / Box 8 Folder 37 (Correspondence between Hayes and Miller, in which Hayes asks Miller to write a piece about socialized medicine.)
      • Montagu, Ashley (1960) / Box 8 Folder 38 (Letter from Hayes to Montagu, enclosing October 1960 Esquire and inquiring about Monatgu's current project, with Montagu's reply.)
      • Moravia, Alberto (1962) / Box 8 Folder 39 (Correspondence between Hayes and Moravia's literary agent, James Oliver Brown, regarding  Esquire's rejection Moravia's article  "Reflections on American Women" , and payment for said article. Includes p. 2 of a letter from Hayes describing  Esquire's policy on compensation for rejected manuscripts, and internal memo with  Esquire staff reviews of Moravia's article.)
      • Muggeridge, Malcolm, Dorthy Olding (1961-1973) / Box 8 Folder 40 (Personal and professional correspondence between Hayes and Muggeridge, and between Hayes and Dorothy Olding, Muggeridge's literary agent. Topics include Muggeridge's projects for  "Esquire" , including his autobiography, other projects, current events, and personal news.)
      • Newman, David and Robert Benton (1972 and undated) / Box 8 Folder 41 (Two undated letters from Newman regarding unnamed article, and one brief note from Hayes about health insurance.)
      • Nixon, Richard (1961) / Box 8 Folder 42 (Letter from Nixon to Hayes declining request to contribute to Esquire.)
      • Nobile, Philip, SEE Sontag, Susan
      • O'Connor, Ulick, SEE Brady, James
      • Olding, Dorothy, SEE Muggeridge, Malcolm
      • Parker, Dorothy (1957-1969) / Box 4 Folder 43 (Letters and telegrams from Hayes to Parker regarding Parker's book review column for Esquire; also includes one brief note from Parker and a letter from Hayes to  John Keats, Parker's biographer.)
      • Perenyi, Eleanor (1962-1963) / Box 8 Folder 44 (Correspondence between Hayes and Perenyi regarding her article involving Edmund Wilson, and arguing about need for cuts in said article.)
      • Perry, Eleanor (1967) / Box 8 Folder 45 (Correspondence between Hayes and Perry, regarding her article on the making of the movie The Swimmer, which starred  Burt Lancaster. Perry wrote the screenplay, based on the  John Cheever short story. Her husband  Frank Perry was the original director, but was replaced because of creative differences with producer  Sam Spiegel. Includes Perry's notes on the piece and typescript draft of final 14 pages. Correspondence includes discussion of legal problems involved in publishing Perry's article.)
      • Pesta, Ben (1972) / Box 8 Folder 46 (Letter from Pesta to Hayes, expressing interest in editorial job at Esquire, with list of his qualifications and story ideas.)
      • Petty, George (1971) / Box 8 Folder 47 (2 letters and 1 memo from Hayes and publisher Harry Abrams regarding possible book collaboration with Petty.)
      • Plimpton, George (1972) / Box 8 Folder 48 (Letter and documents from Plimton to Hayes and Arnold Gingrich, disputing  Esquire's response to his comments on his  Paris Review interview with  Ernest Hemingway. Also includes Hayes's response. Plimpton was commenting on original article by  Denis Brian, which included quotes from  Mary Hemingway.)
      • Pound, Dorothy Shakespear, SEE Rovere, Richard
      • Pynchon, Thomas (1963-1966) / Box 8 Folder 49 (Letter to Hayes from Pynchon's agent Candida Donadio, suggesting that Pynchon write article for  Esquire on the Republican convention in San Francisco, and later letter from Hayes to Pynchon regarding possibility of his writing an experimental column for  Esquire.)
      • Reed, Rex (1968) / Box 8 Folder 50 (Letter from movie critic Reed to Hayes inquiring about his future as an Esquire columnist, with Hayes's reply detailing objections to Reed's work.)
      • Robbins, William H. (1965) / Box 9 Folder 1 (Typed note from Robbins to Bob Sherrill, with 3p. summary of article on haunted hotels.)
      • Root, Alan (1971-1972) / Box 9 Folder 2 (Typed note from Root to Hayes with response.)
      • Rosenthal, A. M. (1966-1972) / Box 9 Folder 3 (Correspondence between Hayes and Rosenthal of the New York Times on various topics, including Rosenthal's objection to  Esquire's publishing a photograph of  Times staff watching television coverage of the  Robert Kennedy assassination.)
      • Roth, Philip (1970-1971) / Box 9 Folder 4 (Correspondence from Hayes, Roth, and literary agent Candida Donadio regarding  Esquire's purchase of Roth's manuscript, entitled  "Courting Disaster" or  "Serious in the Fifties" . Also includes 2 p. memo from Hayes to reviewer  A. L. Blinder, in which Hayes discusses  Arnold Gingrich's editorial objections to the Roth manuscript, and budgetary concerns, including amounts paid for comparable manuscripts.)
      • Rovere, Richard (1957-1962) / Box 9 Folder 5 (Correspondence between Hayes and Rovere about articles on Ezra Pound, Senator  Joseph McCarthy, and other projects. Pound material includes 3 transcriptions of letters from  William Carlos Williams to Pound, and Hayes's correspondence with  Dorothy Shakespear Pound and administrators at  St. Elizabeth's Hospital, attempting to secure an interview with Pound.)
      • Sack, John (1965-1973) / Box 9 Folder 6 (First folder contains correspondence between Hayes and Sack before and during Sack's stint as Vietnam War correspondent for  Esquire; correspondence and 25 p. typescript of a 1969 article by Sacks on African-Americans in the army, with Hayes's comments.Second folder contains material on legal actions surrounding Esquire's publication of Sack's 1970 interview with Lt.  William Calley. Includes internal memos and notes, correspondence between Hayes and Sack, and between Sack and attorney  Richard B. Kay.)
      • Salinger, J. D. (1972) / Box 9 Folder 7 (One letter from Hayes to Salinger, with copy to Dorothy Olding, inquiring about the possibility of his contributing a story to  Esquire.)
      • Salinger, Pierre (1963) / Box 9 Folder 8 (Letter from Salinger to Hayes, declining to provide information about President John F. Kennedy's reading habits.)
      • Sanford, Terry (1970-1971) / Box 9 Folder 9 (Correspondence between Hayes and Sanford, who was then President of Duke University, regarding proposed article about  Spiro Agnew.)
      • Schlesinger, Arthur (1958-1961) / Box 9 Folder 10 (Correpsondence and memos between Hayes and Schlesinger regarding articles on religion in America, 1960 presidential campaign and candidate Richard Nixon, and other topics.)
      • Seaver, Richard, SEE Genet, Jean
      • Sellers, Peter (1960) / Box 9 Folder 11 (One letter from Sellers to Hayes, with six photo captions by Sellers.)
      • Sevareid, Eric (1962) / Box 9 Folder 12 (Letters from Hayes suggesting article topics, with Sevareid's reply.)
      • Sack, John / Box 9 Folder 41
      • Shaw, Bynum (1968-1971) / Box 9 Folder 13 (Personal and professional correspondence between Hayes and Wake Forest College journalism professor Shaw, regarding Shaw's articles on Dr.  Donald Gatch,  James Earl Ray, and other topics. Includes letter to Shaw from  Bob Sherrill.)
      • Shaw, Irwin (1968-1973) / Box 9 Folder 14 (Correspondence between Hayes and Shaw on a variety of topics, including Shaw's article on Cassius Clay (  Muhammed Ali).)
      • Sheed, Wilfrid (1969 and undated) / Box 9 Folder 15 (Two letters from Hayes to Sheed regarding his Esquire column; undated letter of complaint from Sheed, with Hayes's sarcastic reply.)
      • Sheehan, Susan (1972) / Box 9 Folder 16 (Letter from Sheehan in which she raises objections to a May 1972 Esquire article by  Sanford J. Ungar, with Hayes's brief reply.)
      • Sherrill, Bob (undated) / Box 9 Folder 17 (Two letters from Sherrill to Hayes, discussing potential article about the 1940s, his trip to Mexico, and his not being hired by Esquire.)
      • Short, Christopher (1965) / Box 9 Folder 18 (3p.correspondence from Short to Arnold Gingrich and Hayes to Short, regarding proposed article on anti-Americanism in England.)
      • Silvers, Robert B., SEE Sontag, Susan
      • Sontag, Susan (1972) / Box 9 Folder 19 (Correspondence between Hayes and various people regarding perceived errors in Philip Nobile's article on the  New York Review of Books. Includes one letter from Sontag with Hayes's response and memo from  Don Erickson addressing her concerns. Also included are correspondence with  A. Whitney Ellsworth,  Robert B. Silvers,  Charles Kashudin, and  Robert Mazzocco.)
      • Sorel, Edward (1970 and undated) / Box 9 Folder 20 (Letter from artist Sorel proposing illustration depicting Hollywood celebrities' involvement in 1970 California governor's race ( Ronald Reagan vs.  Jesse Unruh), with Hayes's response. Also includes sketch by Sorel for proposed illustration of Generals  Ho Chi Minh and  William Westmoreland standing on piles of American and Vietnamese corpses.)
      • Southern, Terry (1962-1970) / Box 9 Folder 21 (Correspondence between Hayes and Southern regarding potential articles on Stanley Kubrick's movie  Dr. Strangelove, Southern's coverage of the 1968 Democratic Convention, and  Christine Jorgenson. Includes one letter from Kubrick to Southern.)
      • Steinem, Gloria (1971) / Box 9 Folder 22 (Two letters from Steinem to Hayes, discussing lunch meeting and profile of Steinem in Esquire.)
      • Stinnett, Caskie (1972) / Box 9 Folder 23 (Personal note to Hayes from Stinnett, editor of Travel and Leisure magazine, with Hayes's reply.)
      • Stuart, Jesse (1969?) / Box 9 Folder 23b (Manuscript note from Stuart and two brief memos from Arnold Gingrich regarding use of Stuart's poetry in article about death of John Llewellyn Lewis.)
      • Styron, William (1969-1972) / Box 9 Folder 24 (Correspondence between Styron and Hayes regarding various contributions to Esquire, along with Sytron's comments on his works in progress, the film version of  Confessions of Nat Turner, and  Gore Vidal. Also includes memos from editors  Don Erickson and  Aaron Latham.)
      • Sullivan, Frank (1963) / Box 9 Folder 25 (Letter from Sullivan to James M. Cain; letter from Cain to literary agent  Dorothy Olding, forwarding Sullivan's letter and suggesting that Sullivan write about his reminiscences of the  Blotz, a parody newspaper that he wrote for the New York  World newspaper Sunday edition in the 1920s, and suggesting cartoonist  Richard Q. Yardley as illustrator; letter from Hayes to Sullivan, referring to Cain/Olding correspondence and suggesting  Blotz article for  Esquire; and Sullivan's reply to Hayes.)
      • Talbot, Daniel (1968) / Box 9 Folder 26 (Letter from Talbot (of New Yorker Films) to Hayes regarding Roy Cohn article, with Hayes's reply.)
      • Talese, Gay (1960-1987) / Box 9 Folder 27 (Extensive personal and professional correspondence between Hayes and Talese about a variety of projects, including Talese's profiles of Frank Costello and  Frank Sinatra. Also includes typescript drafts of Talese's Costello piece and one entitled  "Portrait of Eighth Avenue" with Hayes's comments; 3 typed pages of Hayes's comments on Talese's  Honor They Father; letter from Hayes giving details of his departure from  Esquire; and photocopy of galley proof of Talese's introduction to  Best American Essays 1987.)
      • Toulouse-Lautrec, Miranda (1968) / Box 9 Folder 28 (Correspondence between Hayes and Miranda, Comtesse de Toulouse-Lautrec, mostly regarding arrangments for coverage of 1968 Democratic National Convention by Jean Genet and Eugene Ionesco.)
      • Tisminiezky, Boris (1971-1982) / Box 9 Folder 29 (Correspondence between Hayes and Tisminiezky regarding African travel and conservation issues.)
      • Van Vechten, Carl (1961) / Box 9 Folder 30 (Correspondence between Hayes and Van Vechten regarding his contribution of photographs and comments to Esquire.)
      • Vaughan, Sam (1967-1970) / Box 9 Folder 31 (Correspondence between Hayes and Vaughan, a publisher at Doubleday and Co.., about a variety of topics.)
      • Vidal, Gore (1963-1971) / Box 9 Folder 32 (Correspondence between Hayes and Vidal regarding Vidal's articles on Robert Kennedy,  John F. Kennedy, and other topics.)
      • Vonnegut, Kurt (1968) / Box 9 Folder 33 (One letter from Hayes to Vonnegut, suggesting changes to Vonnegut's article on the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.)
      • Wakefield, Daniel (1960-1987) / Box 9 Folder 34 (Correspondence between Hayes and Wakefield (who often signs other names to his letters) on a variety of topics, including potential articles on James Baldwin,  Stokely Carmichael, and others. Also includes typescript of Wakefield's article  "Madness Observed" about the  Fred Wiseman film  Titicut Follies, with Hayes's comments.)
      • Walker, Walter (1978?) / Box 9 Folder 35 (Three typed pages of metaphysical musings, signed at end "WW Jly 78" .)
      • Waugh, Auberon (1968) / Box 9 Folder 37 (Letter from Waugh outlining article on anti-Americanism, with Hayes's response.)
      • Weintraub, Stanley (1959) / Box 9 Folder 38 (Correspondence between Hayes and Stanley Weintraub of the Society of Authors regarding Esquire's publication of George Bernard Shaw's "Un Petit Drame" .)
      • Welles, Orson (1970) / Box 9 Folder 39 (Memo from Sam Ferber to Hayes with Welles's address, and note from Hayes to Welles about possibility of  Esquire television show.)
      • West, Rebecca (1968) / Box 9 Folder 40 (Two letters to Hayes from West's secretary Thea Bent, setting up appointment and giving driving directions to West's home.)
      • Wicker, Tom (1963) / Box 10 Folder 1 (Correspondence between Hayes and Wicker regarding article for Esquire on  John F. Kennedy.)
      • Williams, Tennessee (1970) / Box 10 Folder 2 (Correspondence from Williams, Hayes, and literary agent Audrey Wood, regarding  Esquire's publication of Williams's plays  "No Sight" and  "The Demolition Downtown" . Also includes 2-page letter to Hayes from Williams regarding rumor about  William Glavin's writing an article on him, in which Williams discusses his health issues and relationship with Glavin.)
      • Williams, Thomas (1970) / Box 10 Folder 3 (Hotel bills and note from Williams regarding unspecified article, with Hayes's response.)
      • Willingham, Calder (1963) / Box 10 Folder 4 (Correspondence between Hayes and Willingham about changes needed in article about Norman Mailer to avoid potential libel suit, and about attempts to contact  Marlon Brando for an interview.)
      • Wills, Garry (1967-1970) / Box 10 Folder 5 (Correspondence and memos between Wills and Hayes and other members of Esquire's editorial staff. Includes discussion of Wills's salaried position at  Esquire, extensive editorial comments on Wills's article on the  Institute for Policy Studies, and Hayes's comments on article on  Martin Luther King, Jr.)
      • Wilson, Edmund (1962) / Box 10 Folder 6 (Note from Wilson requesting return of original Edward Gorey drawings, with Hayes's reply.)
      • Wolfe, Tom (1975-1987) / Box 10 Folder 7 (Personal and professional correspondence between Hayes and Wolfe, including Wolfe's comments on Hayes's book The Last Place on Earth, and Hayes's extensive comments on manuscripts of  The Right Stuff and  Bonfire of the Vanities. Also includes manuscript notes, wedding invitation, and birth announcement from Wolfe and his wife  Sheila Berger.)
      • Woods, William C. (1969-1970) / Box 10 Folder 8 (Letter from Woods requesting clarification on Esquire's policy toward four-letter words, with memo on the topic from  Rust Hills and reply from Hayes; later correspondence offering Woods an editorial position at  Esquire, and Woods's comments on October 1969  Esquire.)
    • Esquire special issues
      • The South (1956?) / Box 10 Folder 9
      • Hollywood (1957) / Box 12 Folder 2
      • New York (1959) / Box 10 Folder 10
      • Sophistication of America (1960) / Box 10 Folder 11
      • Literary issue (1966-1967) / Box 10 Folder 12
      • Democratic National Convention (1968) / Box 10 Folder 13
      • 35th Anniversary (1968-1969) / Box 10 Folder 14
    • Smiling Through the Apocalypse  (1967-1969) / Box 10 Folder 15 (Materials relating to the Esquire anthology  Smiling Through the Apocalypse: Esquire's History of the Sixties, published in 1969.)
    • Smiling Through the Apocalypse notes / Box 83 Folder 1
    • Smiling Through the Apocalypse reviews (1970) / Box 84 Folder 2
    • Esquire stock option (1961) / Box 10 Folder 16
    • Esquire Junior Editors contest (1969) / Box 12 Folder 1
    • Staff memos (1962-1972) / Box 10 Folder 17
    • Staff softball team (1971) / Box 10 Folder 18
    • Editorial reorganization (1972) / Box 10 Folder 19
    • Esquire's 40th anniversary (1973) / Box 10 Folder 20
    • Esquire 40th Anniversary celebration graphic (1972) / Box 79 Folder 6
    • Harold Hayes
      • Promotion and editorial reorganization (1961-1963) / Box 11 Folder 1
      • Departure from Esquire  (1972-1973) / Box 11 Folder 2
      • Personal finances (1967)
      • Rejection letters from Hayes (1960-1973) / Box 11 Folder 4
      • "The Editorial Concept of Today's Esquire"  (undated) / Box 11 Folder 5 (Mimeograph typescript labeled: Talk by Harold Hayes, Articles Editor of Esquire to Esquire Sales Staff.)
      • Arnold Gingrich obituary (1976) / Box 11 Folder 6 (Edited manuscript and typescript of Haye's obituary article for Gingrich, and clipping of published article from the New Republic.)
    • Paste-ups and graphic ephemera (1973 and undated) / Box 11 Folder 7
    • Other materials: Esquire Miscellaneous (undated) / Box 11 Folder 8
    • Buckley v. Esquire legal proceedings (1969-1974) / Box 5
      • Gore Vidal article (1969-1971) / Box 12 Folder 3 (Correspondence and internal memos regarding Vidal's article; also Chronology of Editorial Events prepared in 1971 as part of legal proceedings.)
      • Vidal article draft with Buckley's comments (1969?) / Box 12 Folder 4\
      • Correspondence and memos (1971-1973) / Box 11 Folder 9
      • Primary documentary exhibits (1969) / Box 12 Folder 5
      • Defendant's statements (1971) / Box 12 Folder 6 (Includes affidavits of Harold Hayes, Donald Erickson, Kitty Krupat, and Harold Medina, Jr., with marginal notes in pencil.)
      • Memorandum on behalf of defendant Esquire, Inc. in support of its motion for summary judgment (March 1971) / Box 11 Folder 10
      • Memorandum on behalf of plaintiff in opposition to defendant Esquire's motion (May 11, 1972) / Box 11 Folder 11
      • Reply memorandum on behalf of defendant Esquire, Inc. in support of its motion for summary judgment (May 22, 1972) / Box 11 Folder 12
      • Harold Hayes deposition (August 12, 1971) / Box 11 Folder 13
      • Harold Hayes deposition (August 20, 1971) / Box 11 Folder 14
      • Harold Hayes deposition (September 2, 1971) / Box 12 Folder 7
      • Harold Hayes deposition (September 30, 1971) / Box 12 Folder 8
      • Plaintiff's statements (May 1972) / Box 12 Folder 9
      • Buckley v. Esquire settlement (August 1972) / Box 12 Folder 10
      • Other libel case decisions (New York Times v. Sullivan; Rosenbloom v. Metromedia) (1964, 1969) / Box 12 Folder 11
    • Esquire summary, budget information, statistics (n.d.) / Box 78 Folder 9
    • Article- Esquire's Biggies: Capote, Talese, Wolfe, W.R. Simmons (November 1976) / Box 78 Folder 26
    • Article in Time Magazine (7/14/67) / Box 80 Folder 5
    • New York Times Book Review: "It Wasn't Pretty, Folks, But Didn't We Have Fun?"- Esquire in the Sixties / Box 80 Folder 8
    • Laminated pages of Esquire magazine regarding the Kennedy family (c. 1962-1963) / Box 84 Folder 1
  • Making of a Modern Magazine (1966-1983) (The files include contracts, proposals and outlines, correspondence with Joseph Fox and others, drafts of various sections and chapters, and other materials, much of it culled from Hayes's Esquire files.)
    • Random House contract, book proposal, correspondence (1966-1980) / Box 13 Folder 1
    • Book outline, notes on revisions, correspondence with Joe Fox (1972-1973) / Box 13 Folder 2
    • Introduction (1968 and undated) / Box 13 Folder 3
    • Working with Writers (June 1973) / Box 13 Folder 4
    • Ideas -- Cortex of the Magazine (undated) / Box 13 Folder 5
    • Building a Personality: What the Editor Can Control (September 29, 1967) / Box 13 Folder 6
    • Building a Personality Part II: The Editor's Implied Control (undated) / Box 13 Folder 7
    • Building a Magazine's Personality: Importance of the Writer (undated) / Box 13 Folder 8
    • Personality: Point of View (undated) / Box 13 Folder 9
    • Pacing (undated) / Box 13 Folder 10
    • Building a Visual Personality (undated) / Box 13 Folder 11
    • Short History of the Illustration (undated) / Box 13 Folder 12
    • How to Tell an Editor from a Writer (undated) / Box 13 Folder 13
    • The Happy Editor (undated) / Box 13 Folder 14
    • Editors and Money (undated) / Box 13 Folder 15
    • The Editor's Illusion (1968) / Box 13 Folder 16
    • Great Editors and other Dinosaurs (September 29, 1967) / Box 13 Folder 17
    • Very Well Then, What Is A Good Editor / Box 13 Folder 18
    • The Art of Saying No (1972)
    • The Mind of the Outlaw: Norman Mailer (1959-1967) / Box 13 Folder 20
    • Example of conceptual editing (undated) / Box 13 Folder 21
    • Type samples and rough layout sketches (undated) / Box 14 Folder 1
    • Fact checking: Coronet and  Esquire  (undated) / Box 14 Folder 2
    • Responses to Esquire pipe-smoking issue (1968) / Box 14 Folder 3
    • Lee Eisenberg, Robert Benton (1969 and undated) / Box 14 Folder 4
    • Loose Words: Buckley, Vidal, and the Law (1969-1974) / Box 14 Folder 5, 6
  • Speeches (ca.1960-1980)
    • Transcripts of speeches (ca. 1960-1975) / Box 14 Folder 7
    • Notes for speeches (ca. 1960-1975) / Box 14 Folder 8
  • Consulting (ca. 1960 - 1984)
    • Harper's Magazine consultant's report (ca. 1960?) / Box 14 Folder 9
    • Saturday Review/World recommendations for 50th anniversary issue (1974) / Box 14 Folder 10
    • Physician's World consulting agreement (1973) / Box 15 Folder 1
    • Think Magazine (IBM) request for consultation on bicentennial issue (1975) / Box 15 Folder 2
    • Human Potential magazine- consulting agreement and report (1976) / Box 15 Folder 3
    • U.S. News and World Report consultant's report for Book Division (1976) / Box 15 Folder 4
    • Sports Afield Magazine consultant's report on proposed redesign (1976) / Box 15 Folder 4
    • Hearst Magazines Health project- recommendations for proposed new magazine (1977) / Box 15 Folder 5
    • The American Scholar- unsolicited suggestions from Hayes to Joseph Epstein regarding changes in format (1979) / Box 15 Folder 6
    • New York Magazine consultant's report (1980) / Box 15 Folder 7
    • Washington Star supplement proposal- drafts of recommendations (1980) / Box 15 Folder 8
    • Vanity Fair - consultant's report and notes (ca. 1980) / Box 15 Folder 9
    • New Soho Weekly editoral and business plans (1982) / Box 15 Folder 10
    • Chicago Tribune Sunday magazine- consultant's report (1984) / Box 15 Folder 11
    • Drafts of letters proposing articles and consulting projects for various magazines (ca. 1984?) / Box 15 Folder 12
    • Consulting on job prospects / Box 78 Folder 6
  • Articles (1971-1983)
    • "All the Wild Beasts You'll Ever Need to See" ,  New York Times  (February 21, 1971) / Box 15 Folder 13
    • "On the Wings of a Song (A Coward's Concert)" ,  New York Times  (August 26, 1973) / Box 15 Folder 14
    • "The Southern California Social Tennis Circuit" ,  Travel and Leisure  (1973) / Box 15 Folder 15
    • "A Micro Baedeker" (Micronesia),  Travel and Leisure  (1973) / Box 15 Folder 16
    • "Going Over to the Other Side" ,  New Statesman  (January 4, 1974) / Box 16 Folder 1
    • Ali/Frazier III (Muhammed Ali - Joe Frazier fight program) (September 30, 1975) / Box 16 Folder 2
    • "Reporter at Large: The Last Place" ,  New Yorker  (December 6, 1976) / Box 16 Folder 3
    • "The Push Pin Conspiracy" ,  New York Times Magazine  (March 6, 1977) / Box 16 Folder 4
    • "Robert Benton: From Out to In" ,  New York Magazine  (March 14, 1977) / Box 16 Folder 5
    • "What Every Man Needs to Know" ,  New Republic  (May 26, 1979) / Box 16 Folder 6
    • "Rhythms of the Serengeti" ,  GEO  (April 1981) / Box 16 Folder 7
    • "A Conversation with Garrett Hardin" ,  Atlantic Monthly  (May 1981) / Box 16 Folder 8
    • "Animal Kingdom...or Animal Farm?" ,  Life  (November 1982) / Box 16 Folder 8b
    • "GEO Conversation: Prince Philip" ,  GEO  (February 1983) / Box 16 Folder 9
    • "The Politics of Paradise" ,  International Wildlife  (1983) / Box 16 Folder 10
    • "Living Relics of Our Past" ,  International Wildlife  (March - April 1983) / Box 16 Folder 11
    • "Dr. Tom " (Tom Wolfe),  Gentlemen's Quarterly  (1983) / Box 16 Folder 12
    • "Primate Lives" (excerpt from  The Dark Romance of Dian Fossey),  Mirabella  (April 1990) / Box 16 Folder 12b
    • "The Curtain Falls on the Great White Hunter" ,  Travel and Leisure  (1974?) / Box 16 Folder 13
    • Outdoors Column #3 by Thomas Williams (typescript) / Box 74 Folder 4
    • Typescripts- no author / Box 78 Folder 11
    • Micronesia- phocopied materials (1970-1980) / Box 79 Folder 5
    • Rejected articles
      • "Women on the Telephone" , submitted to  Harper's  (1974) / Box 16 Folder 14
      • "A Bi-Cameral Introduction to a New Monthly Column on Concepts" , submitted to  Rolling Stone  (1981) / Box 16 Folder 5
      • "Losing Time in Yap" , submitted to  Travel and Leisure and  Islands  (1975 and 1983) / Box 16 Folder 6
      • The Invisible Ear (Beethoven's deafness) (1983)
        • Final draft and rejection letter from Atlantic Monthly (1983) / Box 17 Folder 1
        • Drafts (undated) / Box 17 Folder 2
        • Notes and research materials (undated) / Box 17 Folder 3
    • Proposed articles (1969-1981) / Box 17 Folder 4
    • Book reviews (1978-1984) / Box 17 Folder 5
    • Unpublished articles (1973-1975)
      • "Xenophobia in Kampala" / Box 17 Folder 6
      • "Ivory Overkill" / Box 17 Folder 6
  • Editorships (post-Esquire)
    • David McKay Inc. (editor-at-large) (1973) / Box 17 Folder 7
    • First Look magazine (editor-at-large) (1973-1974) / Box 17 Folder 8
    • Dial Press (informal editor-at-large) (1975) / Box 17 Folder 9
    • CBS Publications (Vice President, Editoral Planning and Development) (1980-1983) / Box 18 Folder 1
    • CBS Publications notebook / Box 79 Folder 9
    • Jungle Fever, by Jean Paul Goude (Harold Hayes editor) (1980-1983) / Box 18 Folder 2
  • Book and magazine proposals
    • Metropolitan Magazine (fine arts magazine) (1976) / Box 18 Folder 3
    • Esprit! : The Marine Book (undated) / Box 18 Folder 4
    • Unfold! Weekly Entertainment Poster (collaboration with George Lois) (undated) / Box 18 Folder 5
    • Ark Magazine (1980-1981)
      • Proposal (undated) / Box 23 Folder 5
      • Memos and planning materials (1981) / Box 23 Folder 6
      • Photos from Dr. Melvin Calvin, Berkeley Dept. of Chemistry (1981) / Box 23 Folder 7
      • NASA photographs and publications (1978-1980) / Box 23 Folder 8
      • Research materials / Box 23 Folder 9
      • Research materials / Box 24 Folder 1
      • Research materials / Box 24 Folder 2
      • Sample issue mockup (undated) / Box 24 Folder 3
      • Sample covers (undated) / Box 25 Folder 1
    • Close-Up Weekly (1983) / Box 86 (Sample issue mockup and two sample covers.)
    • Life magazine, Africa assignment (1982) / Box 78 Folder 3
    • Manuscripts/typescripts (n.d.) / Box 78 Folder 5
  • Television proposals (1965-1980)
    • Telephone Scramble 5000 (1965) / Box 18 Folder 6 (Proposal for quiz show and correspondence with attorney Ronald S. Konecky.)
    • For Men Only (1968) / Box 18 Folder 7 (Proposal and correspondence with Ronald S. Konecky.)
    • 1968 [The Late Great 1968] (1973-1975) (Described in proposal as "A non-fiction entertainment on the humors and disasters of the most important year in the second half of the twentieth century," this 100-minute film was to be narrated by George Carlin and to feature many Esquire stalwarts as commentators. Hayes contracted with ABC to air the film as a 90-minute special titled  This is the Year 1968. It eventually aired as "The Late Great 1968" with narrator Henry Gibson in 1976(?).)
      • Proposal, budget, and legal agreements with ABC (1973-1975) / Box 18 Folder 8
      • Proposal for film 1968! An Extravganza  (1973?) / Box 18 Folder 9
      • Scripts, cast lists, and notes (undated) / Box 18 Folder 10
      • Notes and research (undated) / Box 18 Folder 11
      • Shooting lines: Godfrey Cambridge (undated) / Box 18 Folder 12
    • Proposal to CBS- African documentary / Box 80 Folder 1
    • Where the World Came From - proposal and scripts (undated) / Box 18 Folder 14
    • IBM Science Roundtable - proposal and notes (undated) / Box 18 Folder 15
    • National Geographic TV - notes (undated) / Box 18 Folder 16
    • The Last Hour of the Billionth Year: A Television Series of seven one-hour programs on environment  (1976-1980)
      • Research and development, grant applications (1976) / Box 18 Folder 17
      • Correspondence, research and development phase (1977) / Box 19 Folder 1
      • Research notebooks (3) including interview transcriptions (undated) / Box 19 Folder 2 / Box 31
      • Episode IV: Human Brain - research materials, newspaper clips (undated) / Box 19 Folder 3
      • Episode VII outline / Box 78 Folder 8
      • Episode VIII: Man's Future - outline and research materials (undated) / Box 31 Folder 1
      • Episode VIII continued / Box 19 Folder 4
      • Newsletters (1977) / Box 19 Folder 5
      • Research materials / Box 19 Folder 6
      • Contract with E.P. Dutton for publication in book form (1977) / Box 19 Folder 7
      • National Science Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities grant applications (1978) / Box 19 Folder 8
      • Typescript draft of proposal (undated) / Box 20 Folder 1
      • Drafts of proposal / Box 20 Folder 2
      • Final proposal (circa 1978) / Box 20 Folder 3
  • The Last Place on Earth (book) (1973-1981) (Expanded version of Hayes's 1976 New Yorker article; published by Stein and Day in 1977 and reprinted in 1980.)
    • Stein and Day contract (1975) / Box 20 Folder 8
    • Correspondence (1973-1980) / Box 20 Folder 9
    • Correspondence continued (1977-1978) / Box 79 Folder 13
    • Notes and chapter drafts (1976 and undated) / Box 20 Folder 10
    • Comments on drafts (Hugh Lamprey and Myles Turner) (undated) / Box 9
    • Reviews, articles, advertisements (1977 and undated) / Box 21 Folder 2
    • Last Place on Earth research files (Research materials for the New Yorker article and expanded book version. Subject files preserve Hayes's original arrangement and folder titles.)
      • East African ecology / Box 21 Folder 3
      • Lamai [sic.] Wedge / Box 21 Folder 4
      • Kurji on population around Serengeti / Box 21 Folder 5
      • Serengeti / Box 21 Folder 6
      • Galana Ranch / Box 21 Folder 7
      • East African contacts / Box 21 Folder 8
      • East African history / Box 21 Folder 9
      • E. African Correspondence / Box 21 Folder 10
      • Grzimek Correspondence / Box 21 Folder 11
      • Grzimek proposed correction, agreement / Box 21 Folder 12
      • Elephant problem (post MS) including Tsavo / Box 21 Folder 13
      • Tourism / Box 21 Folder 14
      • 1971 safari with Tom / Box 21 Folder 15
      • Botswana / Box 21 Folder 16
      • Africa 1 / Box 21 Folder 17
      • Africa 2 / Box 21 Folder 18
      • Africa 3 / Box 22 Folder 1
      • Africa 4 / Box 22 Folder 2
      • Misc. articles, manuscripts / Box 22 Folder 3
      • Articles on African wildlife / Box 22 Folder 3b
      • Books and references, leads / Box 22 Folder 4
      • Park reports, maps, guides / Box 22 Folder 5
      • Map of Africa / Box 22 Folder 6
      • New Yorker checking / Box 22 Folder 7
  • Round Table (television program) (1974-1975)
    • Show sheets (1974-1975) / Box 20 Folder 4
    • List of guests, Sept. 1974-Jan. 1975 (1974-1975) / Box 20 Folder 5
    • Correspondence (1974-1975) / Box 20 Folder 6
    • Episdodes on VHS and DVD / Box 34 (Roundtable DVDs have been digitized and are available for research purposes upon request.)
      • American Masters (VHS) / Box 34
      • Ginsberg, Allen (VHS) / Box 35 / Box 34
      • Hemingway and Fitzgerald (VHS) / Box 35 / Box 34
      • Friends of Hemingway (VHs) / Box 34
      • CBS Radio Mystery Theatre (VHS) / Box 34
      • Hemingway, Leicester (VHS) / Box 34
      • Johnson, Philip, pt. 2 of 2 (VHS) / Box 34
      • Tap Dance (VHS) / Box 34
      • Lerner, Max and Steve (Episode 1) (1/1/1975) / Box 34
      • Critics (Episode 26) / Box 34
      • Vidal, Gore; and Garry Wills (Episode 113) / Box 34
      • Gottlieb, Annie; Equus (Episode 126) / Box 34
      • D'Amboise, Jacques (Episode 139) / Box 34
      • Basie, William James "Count" (Episode 160) / Box 34
      • CIA 2 (Episode 173) / Box 34
      • Critics 2 (Episode 174) / Box 34
      • Jones, James Earl (Episode 185) / Box 34
      • Kurtzman, Harvey (Episode 189) / Box 34
      • Critics (Episode 203) / Box 34
      • New Jersey Art Museum (Episode 205) / Box 34
      • CBS Radio Mystery Theatre (Episode 265) / Box 34
      • White, Teddy (Episode 264) / Box 34
      • Metropolitan Opera -- Boris Godunov (12/27/1974) / Box 34
      • Scott, Jack and Mickey; and Bill Bradley (1975) / Box 34
    • Contracts and settlement (1974-1975) / Box 20 Folder 7
  • 20/20 (television program) (1978)
    • Original contract and legal correspondence regarding settlement (1978) / Box 22 Folder 8
    • Pilot script and studio schedule (1978) / Box 22 Folder 9
    • Correspondence regarding pilot episode (1978) / Box 22 Folder 10
    • Original cast photographs (1978) / Box 22 Folder 11
    • Status report (Bob Shanks), memos (Roone Arledge) (1978) / Box 22 Folder 12
    • Notes on Kopechne interview (7/12/78) / Box 22 Folder 13
    • Jerry Brown segement / Box 22 Folder 13b
    • Memos regarding Dirk Summers's D.B. Cooper investigation (1978) / Box 22 Folder 14
    • Carl Sagan's proposed science segments (1978) / Box 22 Folder 15
    • Memo- Hayes to Bob Shanks: The Evening News: Suggestions for a Style Change (1978) / Box 22 Folder 16
    • Note for book on Hayes's 20/20 experience / Box 22 Folder 17 (Includes 4-page letter from Hayes giving his version of 20/20 events.)
    • 20/20 aftermath (1978) / Box 22 Folder 18 (Includes correspondence, memos, clippings, and typescript by Hayes entitled "Bye Bye Roone: Meditations on the agony of victory, the thrill of defeat." )
    • Notes on Roone Arledge, ABC (1978?) / Box 23 Folder 1
    • VHS show tapes (2) -- SEE Audio and video series
    • Newspaper Article: Hayes Jumps Media for Ecology Series (n.d.) / Box 80 Folder 7
    • Watley's World: A Musical Farce (1978-1979) (Notes and draft of a script apparently based on Hayes's experiences with 20/20 at ABC.)
      • Typescript draft with cover letter addressed to "Polly" / Box 23 Folder 2
      • Typescript draft / Box 23 Folder 3
      • Notes / Box 23 Folder 4
      • Typescript with copy receipt / Box 79 Folder 16
  • California Magazine (1983-1988)
    • Articles proposed and/or commissioned (1984-1985) / Box 27 Folder 1
    • Memos re Paul Ciotti article on Peter Bogdonavich (1984-1985) / Box 28 Folder 1
    • Susan Meredith Hayes article "Confessions of a Hollywood Moppet " / Box 28 Folder 2
    • Requests for article reprints / Box 28 Folder 3
    • Design award (1987) / Box 28 Folder 4
    • Loeb award entry for 1983 and list of CA magazine awards / Box 28 Folder 5
    • Correspondence and editorial memos (c. 1984-1986) / Box 28 Folder 6
    • Alan Bennett memos and correspondence / Box 12
      • 1984
      • 1985 / Box 28 Folder 8
      • January - March 1986 / Box 28 Folder 9
      • April - June 1986 / Box 31 Folder 2
      • July 1986 - January 1987 / Box 28 Folder 10
    • Budget
      • 1983 / Box 29 Folder 1
      • 1984 / Box 29 Folder 2
      • 1985 / Box 29 Folder 3
      • 1986 / Box 29 Folder 4
      • 1987 / Box 29 Folder 5
      • undated / Box 29 Folder 6
    • 811 Corporation paperwork / Box 29 Folder 7
    • Hayes's contract (1984) / Box 29 Folder 8
    • Contract dispute (1987-1988) / Box 29 Folder 9
    • California Magazine issues (1985-1986) / Box 29 / Box 30
    • Notebooks / Box 79 Folder 10
  • Three Levels of Time (book) (1981)
    • Chapter 2 drafts / Box 24 Folder 4
    • Chapter 3 drafts / Box 25 Folder 2
    • Chapter 4 drafts / Box 25 Folder 3
    • Chapters 6 and 7 drafts / Box 25 Folder 4
    • Chapter 12 drafts / Box 25 Folder 5
    • Draft fragments and notes for chapters 8, 9, and 10 / Box 25 Folder 6
    • Early draft with revisions / Box 25 Folder 6
    • Typescript (Part 1) / Box 26 Folder 1
    • Typscript (Part 2) / Box 26 Folder 2
    • Correspondence, including comments on final draft from various experts / Box 26 Folder 3
    • Garrett Hardin interview / Box 26 Folder 4
    • Contract for Japanese publication and copy of Japanese edition (1981) / Box 26 Folder 5
    • Research materials for Three Levels of Time and  The Last Hour of the Billionth Year / Box 26 Folder 6
    • Research materials for Three Levels of Time and  The Last Hour of the Billionth Year (continued) / Box 27 Folder 1
    • Research materials - Kenya / Box 27 Folder 2
    • Research materials - wildlife conservation / Box 27 Folder 3
    • Research materials - scientific research resources / Box 27 Folder 4
    • Page of handwritten notes / Box 79 Folder 3
    • Review clippings (1981) / Box 26 Folder 3b
    • Hardcover Book (2 copies) (1981) / Box 82
  • Dian Fossey projects
    • Dian Fossey research materials
      • Biographical files (Includes Hayes's notes, clippings, and photocopies of Dian Fossey's personal correspondence with a variety of people (including Alan and Joan Root and Louis Leakey); arranged chronologically. The file structure preserves Hayes's original arrangement.)
        • Fossey's life pre-Africa / Box 30 Folder (Hayes's interview notes and other materials on Fossey's childhood and early life.)
        • 1963 / Box 30 Folder 1
        • 1964 / Box 30 Folder 2
        • 1966 / Box 30 Folder 3
        • 1967 January - June / Box 30 Folder 4
        • 1967 July - December / Box 13
        • 1968 January - June / Box 30 Folder 5
        • 1968 July - December / Box 34 Folder 1
        • 1969 January - February / Box 30 Folder 6
        • 1969 March / Box 30 Folder 7
        • 1969 April - June / Box 32 Folder 1
        • 1969 July - October / Box 32 Folder 2
        • 1969 November - December / Box 32 Folder 3
        • 1970 January - March / Box 32 Folder 4
        • 1970 April - June / Box 32 Folder 5
        • 1970 July - September / Box 32 Folder 6
        • 1970 October - December / Box 32 Folder 7
        • 1971 January - March / Box 37 Folder 8
        • 1971 April - June / Box 32 Folder 9
        • 1971 July - September / Box 32 Folder 10
        • 1971 October - December / Box 32 Folder 11
        • 1972 January - March / Box 32 Folder 12
        • 1972 April - June / Box 33 Folder 1
        • 1972 July - December / Box 33 Folder 2
        • 1973 supportive notes / Box 33 Folder 3
        • 1973 January - June / Box 33 Folder 4
        • 1973 July - December / Box 34 Folder 2
        • 1974 January - June / Box 33 Folder 5
        • 1974 July- December / Box 33 Folder 6
        • 1975 January - June / Box 33 Folder 7
        • 1975 July - December / Box 33 Folder 8
        • 1976 January - June / Box 33 Folder 9
        • 1976 July - December / Box 33 Folder 10
        • 1977 Excerpts from DF's correspondence / Box 13
        • 1977 January - March / Box 33 Folder 11
        • 1977 April - June / Box 33 Folder 13
        • 1977 July - October / Box 34 Folder 3
        • 1977 November - December / Box 34 Folder 4
        • 1978 summary / Box 34 Folder 5
        • 1978 January 1-15 / Box 34 Folder 6
        • 1978 January 16-31 / Box 34 Folder 7
        • 1978 February / Box 34 Folder 8
        • 1978 March - April / Box 34 Folder 9
        • 1978 May - June / Box 34 Folder 10
        • 1978 July / Box 34 Folder 11
        • 1978 August / Box 34 Folder 12
        • 1978 September / Box 34 Folder 13
        • 1978 October - November / Box 34 Folder 14
        • 1978 December / Box 34 Folder 15
        • 1979 Summary / Box 34 Folder 16
        • 1979 January / Box 35 Folder 1
        • 1979 February / Box 35 Folder 2
        • 1979 March / Box 35 Folder 3
        • 1979 April / Box 35 Folder 4
        • 1979 May - June / Box 35 Folder 5
        • 1979 July / Box 35 Folder 6
        • 1979 August - September / Box 35 Folder 7
        • 1979 October / Box 35 Folder 8
        • 1979 November / Box 35 Folder 9
        • 1979 December / Box 35 Folder 10
        • 1980 summary of correspondence / Box 35 Folder 11
        • 1980 January - February / Box 35 Folder 12
        • 1980 April - May / Box 35 Folder 13
        • 1980 May - June / Box 35 Folder 14
        • 1980 June and summary / Box 35 Folder 15
        • 1980 July - August / Box 35 Folder 16
        • 1980 September - December / Box 35 Folder 17
        • 1981 summary and miscellaneous / Box 35 Folder 18
        • 1981 January - March / Box 35 Folder 19
        • 1981 April - May / Box 35 Folder 20
        • 1981 June - September / Box 36 Folder 1
        • 1981 October - December / Box 36 Folder 2
        • 1982 January - March and summary / Box 36 Folder 3
        • 1982 April - July / Box 36 Folder 4
        • 1982 August - December / Box 36 Folder 5
        • 1983 January - March and summary / Box 36 Folder 6
        • 1983 April - June / Box 36 Folder 7
        • 1983 July - September / Box 36 Folder 8
        • 1983 October - December / Box 36 Folder 9
        • 1984 January - February and summary / Box 37 Folder 1
        • 1984 March - May / Box 36 Folder 10
        • 1984 June - July / Box 36 Folder 11
        • 1984 August - December / Box 36 Folder 12
        • 1985 January - March / Box 36 Folder 13
        • 1985 April - September / Box 36 Folder 14
        • 1985 October - December / Box 37 Folder 2
        • 1986 - 1988 pt. 1 / Box 37 Folder 3
        • 1986 - 1988 pt. 2 / Box 37 Folder 4
        • 1986 - 1988 pt. 3 / Box 37 Folder 5
        • Field notes from Fossey to Ian Redmond (1976-1978) / Box 37 Folder 6
        • Fossey correspondence with Bob Campbell (1978-1983) / Box 37 Folder 7
        • Fossey correspondence with Louis Leakey (1966-1967) / Box 37 Folder 8
        • Leakey Foundation materials from Joan Travis (1970-1979) / Box 37 Folder 9
        • Undated Fossey correspondence / Box 37 Folder 10
        • Notes on State Department files (1971-1986) / Box 37 Folder 11
        • State Department correspondence (1985-1988) / Box 37 Folder 12
        • Fossey's Ph.D. dissertation (Cambridge) (1976) / Box 38 Folder 1 / Box 38
        • Master chronology (compiled by Hayes) for 1968 / Box 38 Folder 2
        • Fossey's notes on gorilla research project (1969-1971 and undated) / Box 37 Folder 13
        • Walter Baumgartel correspondence and other materials / Box 38 Folder 3
        • Fossey lectures (1980) / Box 38 Folder 4
        • Curriculum Vitae, lectures, course offerings, correspondence, list of publications / Box 38 Folder 5
        • Victor Cox interview with Dain Fossey (Hayes's handwritten transcript) (5/3/81) / Box 79 Folder 4
        • CV and Will / Box 79 Folder 8
      • Interviews (These files contain materials relating to interviews conducted by Hayes during his research process, mostly in 1986 and 1987. Unless otherwise indicated, the files contain Hayes's notes and/or transcripts of the interviews. Some files also contain photocopies of correspondence, articles and clippings, and other materials relating to the interview subjects. Some of the interviews correspond to cassette tapes in the Audio series.)
        • Alexander, Cynthia (1987) / Box 39 Folder 1
        • Alexander, John B. (1987) / Box 39 Folder 2
        • Attenborough, David (1988) / Box 39 Folder 3
        • Barnes, Richard, and Karen Jensen (1986) / Box 39 Folder 4
        • Baumgartel, Walter (undated) / Box 39 Folder 5
        • Benda-Lema, Francois (undated) / Box 39 Folder 6
        • Beville, Norma (1987) / Box 39 Folder 7
        • Bradley-Martin, Edmond (1987) / Box 40 Folder 6
        • Brown, Gordon (undated) / Box 39 Folder 8
        • Burkhart, Michael (1986) / Box 39 Folder 9
        • Caldwell, Tita (1986) / Box 39 Folder 10
        • Campbell, Bob (1987) / Box 39 Folder 11
        • Caro, Timothy (1987) / Box 39 Folder 12
        • Carr, Rosamund (1987) / Box 39 Folder 13
        • Clay, Peter (1985) / Box 39 Folder 14
        • Coil, Stacey (1987) / Box 39 Folder 15
        • Crigler, Frank and Bettie (1987) / Box 40 Folder 1
        • Croegaert, Luc (undated) / Box 40 Folder 2
        • D'Arcy, Karin (?) (1987) / Box 40 Folder 3
        • Dart, Raymond (no interview) / Box 40 Folder 4
        • Lyon, Lee (no interview) / Box 40 Folder 5
        • Devore, Irven (undated) / Box 40 Folder 7
        • DuBray, Sally (1987) / Box 40 Folder 8
        • Embes, Bill and Sally (undated) / Box 40 Folder 9
        • Forrester, Alexander (1987) / Box 40 Folder 10
        • Fowler, John (1986) / Box 40 Folder 11
        • Fritts, Robert (1986) / Box 40 Folder 12
        • Galdikas, Birute (1988) / Box 40 Folder 13
        • Garst, Warren (1986) / Box 40 Folder 14
        • Gerald, Sister (undated ) / Box 40 Folder 15
        • Goodall, Alan (no interview; correspondence with Hayes, Fossey, and others) / Box 40 Folder 16
        • Goodall, Jane (no interview) / Box 40 Folder 17
        • Grobmyer, Mary White (1987) / Box 40 Folder 18
        • Groom, Graeme (1989) / Box 41 Folder 1
        • Hamburg, David (1986) / Box 41 Folder 2
        • Hamburger, Lisa (undated) / Box 41 Folder 3
        • Hamburger, Bob and Sonia (undated) / Box 41 Folder 4
        • Harcourt, Alexander and Kelly Stewart (1986-1987) / Box 41 Folder 5
        • Hess, Joanne (1987 ) / Box 41 Folder 6
        • Hinde, Robert (1987) / Box 41 Folder 7
        • Hoffman, Karl SEE Picard, Helen
        • Hughes, Nancy (1986) / Box 41 Folder 8
        • Humphrey, Nicholas (1987 ) / Box 41 Folder 9
        • Kelly, Sean SEE Picard, Helen
        • Jackman, Brian (undated) / Box 41 Folder 10
        • Jampel, Barbara (undated) / Box 11
        • Johanson, Donald (undated ) / Box 41 Folder 12
        • Leakey, Louis, Mary, and Richard (interviews with Mary and Richard only) (1987 and undated) / Box 41 Folder 13
        • Levin, Rachel (undated ) / Box 41 Folder 14
        • Long, George (1987) / Box 41 Folder 15
        • Maple, Terry (1986) / Box 41 Folder 16
        • McClelland, Anita (1986) / Box 42 Folder 1
        • McGreal, Shirley (1986 ) / Box 42 Folder 2
        • McGuire, Michael (2 interviews) (1985 and 1986 ) / Box 42 Folder 3
        • McGuire, Wayne (interviews, correspondence, and other materials - 3 files) (1985-1987) / Box 42 Folder 6 / Box 42 Folder 4 / Box 42 Folder 5
        • McIlwain (1986) / Box 42 Folder 7
        • McMeekin, Diana (1986) / Box 42 Folder 8
        • Monfort, Alan and Nicola (1982) / Box 42 Folder 9
        • Munger, Ned (undated ) / Box 42 Folder 10
        • Murray, Daniel (1987) / Box 42 Folder 11
        • Nadler, Ronald (1986 ) / Box 42 Folder 12
        • O'Brien, Allen and Helen (interview with Helen only) (1987) / Box 43 Folder 1
        • Osmondson, Lita (undated ) / Box 43 Folder 2
        • Perlmeter, Stuart (1986) / Box 43 Folder 3
        • Picard, Helen, and Sean Kelly, Karl Hoffman (undated) / Box 43 Folder 4
        • Phillips, Caroline (1987) / Box 43 Folder 5
        • Pierce, Ann (1987 ) / Box 43 Folder 6
        • Price, Harold (1986) / Box 43 Folder 7
        • Price, Kitty (seems to be notes from interview with another person about Price) (1987 ) / Box 43 Folder 8
        • Rafert, Jan (1986) / Box 43 Folder 9
        • Raymond, Father M. (1987) / Box 43 Folder 10
        • Redmond, Ian (undated) / Box 43 Folder 11
        • Rhine, Ray (1986) / Box 43 Folder 12
        • Rombach, Richard (1987) / Box 43 Folder 13
        • Root, Alan and Joan (1981-1987) / Box 43 Folder 14
        • Root, David and Evelyn Girado (1987) / Box 43 Folder 15
        • Rust, Katherine (1987) / Box 43 Folder 16
        • Schaller, George B. (1987 ) / Box 44 Folder 1
        • Schwartzel, Betty (1986 ) / Box 44 Folder 2
        • Sholley, Craig (undated ) / Box 44 Folder 3
        • Smith, M. G. (undated ) / Box 44 Folder 4
        • Smith, Bob (1986 ) / Box 44 Folder 5
        • Stewart, Gloria (1986) / Box 44 Folder 6
        • Stewart, Kelly (for transcript see Alexander Harcourt file) (undated ) / Box 44 Folder 7
        • Strum, Shirley (1986) / Box 44 Folder 8
        • Travis, Joan (1986) / Box 44 Folder 9
        • Vedder, Amy SEE Weber, William
        • Veit, Peter (1986 ) / Box 44 Folder 10
        • von der Becke, Jean-Pierre (no interview) / Box 44 Folder 11
        • Walker, Walter (undated ) / Box 44 Folder 12
        • Wallace, Elton (1986 ) / Box 44 Folder 13
        • Watts, David (1987 ) / Box 44 Folder 14
        • Weber, William and Amy Vedder (2 files) (1987 ) / Box 45 Folder 1 / Box 45 Folder 2
        • Weiss, Pierre (letter, no interview) (1987 ) / Box 44 Folder 15
        • White, Tim (1986 ) / Box 44 Folder 16
        • Wilkie, Robert and Leighton (undated ) / Box 44 Folder 17
        • Wiser, Christine (undated ) / Box 44 Folder 18
        • Wrangham, Richard (1986) / Box 44 Folder 19
        • Zuckerman, Solly (no interview) (undated ) / Box 44 Folder 20
      • Notebooks / Box 18 (16 numbered, bound notebooks with chronologies, notes, and drafts of Dian Fossey book. Item titles are first lines of Hayes's cover labels.)
        • 1 Master chronology / Box 45
        • 2 Fossey Contents: Schaller paraphrased... / Box 45
        • 3 1982 Life assignment... / Box 45
        • 4 Selected refrences to N.B. 3; General notes... / Box 46
        • 5 [Judy Kessler's] interviews ...and early notes for Life '86 piece... / Box 46
        • 6 Notes on great apes piece in Intl. Wildlife... / Box 46
        • 7 January '86 Beginning references... / Box 46
        • 8 Nick Humphrey - sketch... / Box 46
        • 9 Brian Jackman - sketch... / Box 46
        • 10 Early chronology plus... / Box 46
        • 11 Early stuff (but some with later consequences)... / Box 46
        • 12 Leading to the first safari and thereafter... / Box 46
        • 13 Towards the end of part II / Box 46
        • 14 End of part II; pre-planning part III / Box 47
        • 15 Early part III; Chapter 18... / Box 47
        • 16 Through to end of Chapter 20 / Box 47
      • Correspondence (1986-1989) / Box 19 (Mostly correspondence between Hayes and various interview subjects.)
        • Correspondence A-G / Box 47 Folder 1
        • Correspondence H-Q / Box 47 Folder 2
        • Correspondence R-V / Box 47 Folder 3
        • Correspondence W-Z / Box 47 Folder 4
      • Magazines
        • Natural History- Vol. 91, No. 3 (March 1982) / Box 80
        • Animal Kingdom- Vol. 87, No. 3 (June/July 1984) / Box 80
        • International Wildlife- Vol. 11, No. 6 (November-December 1981) / Box 80
        • Africana- Vol. 5, No. 10 (July 1975) / Box 80
        • National Geographic- Vol. 169, No. 4 (April 1986) / Box 80
        • Animal Kingdom- Vol. 83, No. 4 (August/September 1980) / Box 80
        • The Apes (1981) / Box 80
        • Natural History- Vol. 91, No. 1 (January 1988) / Box 80
        • International Wildlife- Vol. 13, No. 2 (March-April 1983) / Box 80
        • Swara (The Magazine of the East African Wildlife Society)- Vol 3, No. 4 (September 1980) / Box 80
        • Swara (The Magazine of the East African Wildlife Society)- Vol. 11, No. 2 (March-April 1988) / Box 80
        • International Wildlife- Vol. 16, No. 3 (May-June 1986) / Box 80
        • The Institute of Human Origins (Newsletter)- Vol. 3, No. 2 (Fall 1985) / Box 80
        • Science News- Vol. 123, No. 6 (February 5, 1983) / Box 80
        • The New York Times Magazine- (November 6, 1988) / Box 80
        • The New York Times Magazine (May 17, 1987) / Box 80
        • Africana- Vol. 5, No. 1 (April 1973) / Box 80
        • The Dial- Vol. 2, No. 4 (April 1981) / Box 80
        • Swara (The Magazine of the East African Wildlife Society)- Vol. 19, No. 3 (May/June 1986) / Box 81
        • Swara (The Magazine of the East African Wildlife Society)- Vol. 11, No. 4 (July/August 1988) / Box 81
        • Swara (The Magazine of the East African Wildlife Society)- Vol. 6, No. 5 (September/October 1983) / Box 81
        • Swara (The Magazine of the East African Wildlife Society)- Vol. 9, No. 4 (July/August 1986) / Box 81
        • Swara (The Magazine of the East African Wildlife Society)- Vol. 10, No. 1 (January/February 1987) / Box 81
        • International Wildlife- Vol. 12, No. 2 (March-April 1982) / Box 81
        • International Wildlife- Vol. 17, No. 5 (September-October 1987) / Box 81
        • Carolina Monthly- Vol. 96, No. 2 (December 1985) / Box 81
        • Africana- Vol. 4, No. 1 (April 1970)
      • Other research materials
        • Transcript- Dian Fossey interviewed by Sara Ann Friedman for Geo magazine / Box 47 Folder 5
        • Articles by Dian Fossey (photocopies) / Box 48 Folder 1
        • Dr. Dian Fossy: Years with the Mountain Gorilla (Leakey Foundation Symposium) (1973) / Box 48 Folder 2
        • Transcript- Man and Ape, Goodall, Fossey & Galdikas, Sat. May 2, 1981, afternoon session / Box 48 Folder 3
        • Typescript-- Longitudinal Study of Reproduction Among Free-Living Mountain Gorillas... D. Fossey / Box 48 Folder 4 (Paper given at Emory University Workshop on Infertility in the Great Apes.)
        • Draft of Dian Fossey lecture on chimpanzees / Box 48 Folder 5
        • Benjamin Beck -- tributes to Dian Fossey (1986 ) / Box 48 Folder 6
        • Transcript- Recollecting Louis Leakey (Fossey and others) (1983) / Box 48 Folder 7
        • Dian Fossey memorial tributes (1986 ) / Box 48 Folder 8
        • Eastern Zaire Gorilla Conservation Project report (January - July 1984) / Box 48 Folder 9
        • Typescript -- Primates Meeting (1985) / Box 48 Folder 10
        • Frans DeWaal on chimpanzees (1986) / Box 48 Folder 11
        • Michael McGuire on primate diseases (1980-1986) / Box 19
        • Birute Galdikas -- Report to WWF (1986) / Box 48 Folder 13
        • Leakey Foundation lecture series featuring Fossey, Jane Goodall, and Birute Galdikas (1981-1982) / Box 48 Folder 14
        • Ray Rhine -- Karisoke Research Center (1980-1986) / Box 48 Folder 15
        • Large Mammals Symposium papers (1982) / Box 48 Folder 16
        • African Wildlife Foundation / Box 19
        • International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) (1984) / Box 49 Folder 2
        • World Wildlife Fund annual report (1983) / Box 49 Folder 3
        • International Primate Protection League newsletters (1984-1988) / Box 49 Folder 4
        • L.S.B. Leakey Foundation News (Anthroquest), various issues, Books and Cassettes list (1981-1987) / Box 49 Folder 5
        • African Wildlife Leadership Foundation newsletter (1979) / Box 49 Folder 6
        • Yerkes Primate Research Center (Emory University) / Box 49 Folder 7
        • CDC Malaria Surveillance (1985) / Box 49 Folder 8
        • Digit (gorilla) / Box 49 Folder 9
        • Gorillas in Uganda / Box 50 Folder 2
        • Agression and evolution / Box 49 Folder 10
        • Political unrest in Africa / Box 49 Folder 11
        • Sherwood Washburn / Box 49 Folder 12
        • Rwanda (general) / Box 49 Folder 13
        • Rwanda -- riots 1973 / Box 49 Folder 14
        • Rwanda travel information / Box 49 Folder 15
        • Congo rebellion 1967 / Box 19
        • South Sudan / Box 50 Folder 3
        • Zaire / Box 50 Folder 4
        • Rhinocerous conservation issues / Box 50 Folder 5
        • Various Gorilla articles / Box 50 Folder 6
        • African traditional practices (magic, witchcraft, science, etc.) / Box 50 Folder 7
        • Nairobi trip (for Life magazine article on Africa ) (1982-1983) / Box 20
        • Travel expenses for 1986 Africa trip / Box 50 Folder 9
        • East Africa Wildlife Safaris Ltd. / Box 51 Folder 1
        • Africa -- maps / Box 51 Folder 2
        • Newspaper and magazine articles on Dian Fossey / Box 51 Folder 3
        • Newspaper and magazine articles on Dian Fossey's death / Box 51 Folder 4
        • Newspaper and magazine articles on African gorillas / Box 51 Folder 5
        • Newspaper and magazine articles on other primates / Box 51 Folder 6
        • Newspaper clippings on various Africa topics / Box 51 Folder 7
        • Africa press clippings from U.S. Dept. of State (1988) / Box 51 Folder 8
        • Gorillas in the Mist (Fossey's memoir) reviews / Box 20
        • Birute Galdikas's Ph.D. Dissertation (UMI copy), Orangutan Adaptation at Tanjung Puting Rserver, Central Borneo  (1978 ) / Box 52 Folder 1
        • Photocopied pages from various articles / Box 52 Folder 3
        • Men and apes by Ramona and Desmond Morris / Box 56 Folder 1
        • Rwanda and Burundi by Rene Lemarchand / Box 56 Folder 2
        • The Wandering Gorillas by Alan Goodall (with annotations) / Box 56 Folder 3
        • Misc. Articles on Apes (The Group and the Primal Horde, Ape: Monster of the Movies, Primate Behavior, The Ape's Reflexion) / Box 56 Folder 4
        • The Year of the Gorilla by George Schaller / Box 56 Folder 5
        • Xerox copy of Africa Addio / Box 77 Folder 1
        • The Rise and Decline of the Zairian State / Box 77 Folder 3
        • Africa maps / Box 77 Folder 4
        • Politics in the Congo: Decolonization and Independence (by Crawford Young) (1965) / Box 77 Folder 5
        • Notes/drafts Africa / Box 78 Folder 12
        • Barbara Jampel writing; "Gorilla" notes (n.d; 3/3/81) / Box 78 Folder 20
        • Kabara- November 1969 (Fossey) / Box 78 Folder 31
        • Animal Rights/Animal Wrongs by Bettyann Kelves / Box 78 Folder 32
        • New York Times article- Fate of Monkeys a Source of Pain for 6 Years (5/23/87) / Box 78 Folder 33
        • Companion Animal News (Dec. 1987) / Box 78 Folder 34
        • New York Times article- Is This Big Parking Lot Where Brazil Used to Have the Amazon Region? (9/15/75) / Box 78 Folder 35
        • Munger Africana Library Notes (Reproduction of "Some String Figures from North East Angola- Leakey) (January 1981) / Box 79 Folder 1
        • Two pages from "Motor Cars are Worse than Lions," "America's Wild Animals are Doomed" (n.d.) / Box 79 Folder 2
      • Declassified State Department documents (1971-1988)
        • Freedom of Information Act requests from Hayes (1988) / Box 52 Folder 4
        • Declassfied FBI documents / Box 52 Folder 5
        • Declassified State Department documents (4 folders) / Box 59 Folder 2 / Box 59 Folder 1 / Box 52 Folder 7 / Box 52 Folder 6
    • Life magazine article (Hayes wrote an article for Life magazine (November 1986) titled  'The Dark Romance of Dian Fossey: Caring for Gorillas More than People was Fatal.' This article was the basis for the movie  Gorillas in the Mist and was expanded by Hayes into the book version of T  he Dark Romance of Dian Fossey.)
      • Life magazine article -- early typescript and manuscript drafts / Box 53 Folder 1
      • Correspondence with Life senior editor Jeff Wheelwright and edited proof copy of article (1986) / Box 53 Folder 2
      • Final typescript of Life article / Box 53 Folder 3
      • Photocopies of Life article (Nov. 1986) / Box 53 Folder 4
      • Correspondence and travel invoices (1986) / Box 53 Folder 5
      • Life magazine (November 1986) / Box 83
    • "Gorillas in the Mist" (film)
      • Legal correspondence (1986 ) / Box 53 Folder 6 (Correspondence between law firm Levine, Shreiber, & Leonard and Warner Brothers, Inc. regarding contract for Hayes and Judy Kessler's service as consultants for movie version of Fossey's life.)
      • Newspaper and magazine articles, small poster / Box 53 Folder 7
    • Dark Romance of Dian Fossey (book)
      • Correspondence with publishers Simon and Schuster (USA) and Chatto & Windus/Hogarth Press (UK) (1986-1987) / Box 53 Folder 8
      • Book contracts with Simon and Schuster, Chatto & Windus/Hogarth Press / Box 59 Folder 3
      • George Lois -- cover design (1988 ) / Box 53 Folder 9 (Includes correspondence from Lois, cover mockups, and photocopy of uncut version of Life article.)
      • Simon and Schuster insurance endorsement and miscellaneous receipts (1986) / Box 53 Folder 10
      • Correspondence regarding final edits and completion of manuscript after Hayes's death (Judy Kessler, Robert Brown, Alice Mayhew, Ursula Obst) (1989) / Box 53 Folder 11
      • Fact-checking of final version / Box 53 Folder 12
      • Review clippings (1990) / Box 80 Folder 9
      • Notes and drafts
        • Early notes and outlines / Box 21
        • Bibliographies and sources / Box 53 Folder 14
        • Notes and excerpts from Fossey's correspondence / Box 54 Folder 1
        • Notes on various books, including Gorillas in the Mist / Box 54 Folder 2
        • "False starts" (early draft pages) / Box 54 Folder 3
        • "Rejected chapter " / Box 54 Folder 4
        • "Outlines, scenes, the big picture" (draft pages from various chapters) / Box 54 Folder 5
        • Chapter 1 - annotated typescript / Box 54 Folder 5b
        • Chapter 18 - annotated typescript (partial) draft pages / Box 54 Folder 6
        • Chapter 20 - annotated typescript draft / Box 54 Folder 7
        • Chapter 21 - annotated typescript draft / Box 54 Folder 8
        • Chapter 22 - annotated typescript draft / Box 54 Folder 9
        • Draft of chapters 1- 9, bound and addresed to Alice Mayhew (21 September 1987) / Box 54 Folder 10
        • Notes on completion of manuscript (1989 ) / Box 55 Folder 1 (Extensive notes by Hayes on his thoughts on final edits and conclusions for the manuscript, made after his diagnosis with terminal cancer. Includes transcript of taped conversations with Judy Kessler.)
        • Pt. I draft with annotations (July 1988) / Box 55 Folder 2
        • Pt. II draft with annotations (2 copies) (July 1988) / Box 55 Folder 3
        • Pt. III draft with annotations (2 copies) (July 1988) / Box 55 Folder 4
        • Photocopy of July 1988 draft, possibly for Gay Talese / Box 57 Folder 1
        • Final draft completed by Robert Brown with Judy Kessler's preface (1989 ) / Box 55 Folder 1 (Includes notes by Hayes on last version of his manuscript and letter from Ursula Obst to Robert Brown.)
        • "Original manuscript" with corrections by Ursula Orbst (July 1988) / Box 65 Folder 1
        • "Retyped manuscript " / Box 65 Folder 2 / Box 66 Folder 1
        • "Copyedited version" / Box 66 Folder 2
        • Undated draft / Box 67 Folder 1
        • Typed manuscript with final corrections / Box 82
  • Photographs
    • Childhood, Family, and Friends / Box 78 Folder 1
      • Marine Corps Portraits addressed to Harold and Phyllis (1945) / Box 83 Folder 3
      • Childhood family photographs (ca. 1910- ca. 1940) (Photographs of James Hayes, Sr.; Aline Pace Hayes; James Hayes, Jr.; Harold Hayes; Phyllis Hayes; and other family members and friends. Most photos with notes by Aline Hayes.)
      • Harold Hayes family photographs (ca. 1950- ca. 1980) (Photographs of Harold Hayes; Susan Meredith Hayes; Tom Hayes; Carrie Hayes)
    • Harold Hayes / Box 81 Folder 2
      • Oversized / Box 83 Folder 2
    • Esquire and Later Years / Box 81 Folder 1
    • Travel / Box 81 Folder 3
    • Dian Fossey
      • Dian Fossey Sorority Photographs (and letter from Phyllis Mueller) (1954) / Box 67 Folder 3
    • Photo Slides
      • Whales (from CBS News Reference Library) / Box 83 Folder 6
      • Kenya / Box 83 Folder 7
    • Other
      • Unlabeled houses / Box 78 Folder 13
      • Unidentified computer printouts / Box 78 Folder 14
      • News photographs, trimmed glossies, unlabeled (late 1960's) / Box 78 Folder 22
      • Unlabeled, undated black-and-white photographs (of contributers of Esquire?) and negatives- Three Levels of Time / Box 81 Folder 4
  • Notebooks and diaries
    • Journal 1947 (1947) / Box 57 Folder 2
    • Nieman Fellowship class notes (1958-1959) / Box 57 Folder 4 / Box 57 Folder 5 / Box 57 Folder 3 (3 binders with typed and handwritten notes on Harvard classes.)
    • Notebook 1974-75? (1974-1975) / Box 25 (Notes on various projects including Three Levels of Time and Round Table.)
    • Notes removed from 3-ring binder- "1968 Science Programs" / Box 58 Folder 2 (Notebook pages removed from rusting 3-ring binder. Includes notes for Late Great 1968 and unidentified science program.)
    • History 169 Class Notes, Wake Forest Magazine 1969 / Box 67 Folder 2
    • Notebook - Mostly African research (1975) / Box 58 Folder 3 (Notes and research, mostly on African conservation, some magazine editing.)
    • Notebook - African research and interviews (1975) / Box 58 Folder 4 (Includes notes on Myles Turner, Derek Bryceson, and other research.)
    • Notebooks- transcriptions of African ecology interview tapes (ca. 1975-1976?) / Box 59 Folder 5 / Box 59 Folder 5 (Mostly transcriptions of taped interviews with Derek Bryceson, Hugh Lamprey, and others. 4 notebooks.)
    • Notebooks 1976 (1976) / Box 60 Folder 2 (Various drafts, notes, correspondence; includes essay "On Turning 50" and notes for Last Hour of the Billionth Year. 2 notebooks.)
    • Notebook 1977 / Box 60 Folder 3 (Bound journal with financial accounts and other notes. Includes draft of article on George Lois and Esquire covers.)
    • Notebooks 1978 (1978 - 1979?) / Box 60 Folder 3 (Notes and drafts on various subjects, including 20/20 aftermath, CBS magazines, Rolling Stone, other magazine consultations, Diane Fossey. 3 notebooks.)
    • Notebooks- Watley's World (1978?) / Box 61 Folder 1 (Notes and drafts for Watley's World. 2 notebooks.)
    • Notebooks - Beethoven research (1982?) / Box 61 Folder 2 (Notes and research on Beethoven, music and the brain. 4 notebooks.)
    • Bound notebook - drafts of Beethoven article ("The Invisible Ear") (October 1982 - February 1983) / Box 61 Folder 3 (Drafts and some notes for The Invisible Ear.)
    • Notebook - Marines' reunion (1982?) / Box 61 Folder 4 (Notes and research on Marines, presumably for Memoirs of a Reluctant Marine.)
    • Bound notebook October - December 1983 (1983) / Box 61 Folder 5 (Note inside cover reads: "This book contains notes from October through early December 1983 and beginning notes on African Geo & Int. Wildlife articles, continued into two smaller notebooks." Also contains notes on Hayes's leaving CBS.)
    • Bound notebooks - African trip Books 2 - 3 (1983) / Box 62 Folder 1 (Notes, diary, interviews from Africa trip. Book II dated Dec. 5-28, 1983; Book III dated Dec. 7-27, 1983.)
    • Bound diary and notes from Africa trip (1983) / Box 62 Folder 2 (Travel diary with notes, including notes on Prince Philip interview.)
    • Travel diaries for 1968/69, 1972, 1974 (1968-1974) / Box 62 Folder 2b
    • Travel diaries for 1981 and 1984 (mostly Africa) (1981-1984) / Box 62 Folder 3 (Includes travel diary, notes, and drafts, mostly relating to Africa trip and articles.)
    • Bound notebooks with Fossey interview contact information ( 1985-86?) / Box 62 Folder 4 (2 notebooks with contact information and brief notes.)
    • Notebooks (2 bound) - Fossey interview contact information; notes and drafts of Fossey article (1985-86?) / Box 63 Folder
    • Notebooks with Dian Fossey notes and drafts (undated ) / Box 63 Folder 1 (7 notebooks)
    • Notebook - Apes and language (undated) / Box 62 Folder 5 (Label on cover reads: "Apes and Language (N.Y. Time Magazine)" . Notes, interviews, and drafts.)
    • Notebook (bound) - Fossey article notes and drafts / Box 62 Folder 6
    • Notebook (bound) - Fossey and Leakey correspondence (1987?) / Box 62 Folder 7 (Label on cover reads: "Leakey/Fossey Letters, Aug. 67 - Oct. 72". Includes chronology of correspondence and Hayes's notes.)
    • Notebook (bound) - Reminders from Septebmer 18, 1988 / Box 62 Folder 8 (Note on cover reads: "Reminders - From Sept. 18.1988.")
    • Parchment tracing paper notebook (undated) / Box 63 Folder 4 (With various notes, drawings, and diagrams.)
      • Notebooks 1988? (1988) / Box 63 Folder 3 (2 bound notebooks with notes on medical treatments and other various topics, including tribute to Don Erickson.)
    • Travel receipt book (1986-1989) / Box 63 Folder 5 (Travel receipt book with documents from 1986 Africa trip and other materials laid in, including final medical bill from 1989.)
    • Day planners (1976-1983) / Box 65 / Box 64
    • Unidentified notebook including notes from interview with Mary White Grobmyer, "Baumgartel Update" / Box 78 Folder 30
  • Audio and video
    • Dian Fossey interview cassette tapes (Cassette tapes, listed individually. Titles and dates are from Hayes's labels. Some tapes correspond to transcriptions in Dian Fossey series.)
      • Alexander, Cynthia. Additional notes on Hinde. (13 January 1987) / Box 68
      • Alexander, John B. Baumgartel letter. (undated) / Box 68
      • Alexander, John (Joan Root) (July 1987) / Box 68
      • Attenborough, David (January 1987) / Box 68
      • Barnes, Richard, and Karen Jensen I (undated) / Box 68
      • Barnes, Richard, and Karen Jensen II (undated) / Box 68
      • Benda-Lema, Francois. French & English. (undated) / Box 68
      • Beville, Norma (9 May 1987) / Box 68
      • Bradley-Martin, [Edmond] (23 June 1987) / Box 68
      • Brenan, Martin. (Important Rwandan contacts) (12 November 1986) / Box 68
      • Brown, Gordon (2 December 1986) / Box 68
      • Burkhart, Michael (28 October 1986) / Box 68
      • Caldwell, Tita. Tape I (21 October 1986) / Box 68
      • Caldwell, Tita. Tape II (28 October 1986) / Box 68
      • Caldwell, Tita. Leakey family problems. Untranscribed. (31 October 1987) / Box 68
      • Campbell, Bob I & II (27 January 1987) / Box 68
      • Campbell, Bob III & IV (27 January 1987) / Box 69
      • Campbell, Bob. V & VI plus M. Leakey (January 1987) / Box 69
      • Campbell, Bob. (Legal only) (October 1987) / Box 69
      • Campbell, Bob. Important- Mowat's version (6 November 1987) / Box 69
      • Campbell, Bob. (After Mowat) (8 November 1987) / Box 69
      • Campbell, Bob. Update. (March 1988) / Box 69
      • Campbell, [Bob] (undated) / Box 69
      • Caro, Timothy (18 March 1987) / Box 69
      • Carr, Rosamund (1986) / Box 69
      • Carr, [Rosamund] I & II (January 1987) / Box 69
      • Carr, [Rosamund] IV (undated) / Box 69
      • Clay, Peter (March 1987) / Box 69
      • Coil, Stacey (undated) / Box 69
      • Coil, Stacey (Fragment) (16 March 1987) / Box 69
      • Coy, [Fred?], and Dr. Welch. Kosair (23 March 1987) / Box 69
      • Cox, Victor (5/3/81) / Box 76
      • Crail, [Ted?]; Embe, [Bill and Sally] (24 November 1986) / Box 69
      • Crigler, Bettie I (undated) / Box 69
      • Crigler, Bettie II (undated) / Box 69
      • Crigler, [Bettie and Frank?] (4 August 1986) / Box 69
      • Crigler, Frank. Part II (undated) / Box 69
      • Croegaert, Luc (31 January 1987) / Box 69
      • Cyre, Leo (undated) / Box 69
      • D'Arcy, Wm. and Rombach, [Richard?] V (25 March 1987) / Box 69
      • Devore, [Irven ] (undated) / Box 69
      • De Waal, Frans (Amplifies Book) (22 December 1986) / Box 69
      • DuBray, Sally. Important - acrophobia. (29 May 1987) / Box 69
      • Dupuy, [Sugie?]. The San Jose times, confirmation (undated) / Box 69
      • Embe, Bill and Sally SEE Crail, [Ted] (24 November 1986)
      • Flanagan, Kevin (28 August 1987) / Box 69
      • Forrester, Alexander (8 June 1987) / Box 69
      • Fossey Interviewed by Friedman for Geo / Box 76
      • Foster, James (April 1988) / Box 69
      • Fowler, John (18 October 1986) / Box 69
      • Fritts, Robert (5 August 1988) / Box 69
      • Galdikas, [Birute] Tape I (4 May 1987) / Box 69
      • Galdikas, [Birute] Tape II (Fragments) (4 May 1987) / Box 70
      • Galdikas, [Birute] Misc. Part I, II &III (1988) / Box 70
      • Galdikas, [Birute] III (1988) / Box 70
      • Garst, Warren (16 November 1986) / Box 70
      • Gerald, Sister (Weiss letter) (6 June 1987) / Box 70
      • Grobmyer, Mary White (17 May 1987) / Box 70
      • Grobmyer, Mary White. On first safari, Fr. Raymond. Rough transcription. (31 July 1987) / Box 70
      • Grobmyer, Mary White. On Alene[?] (26 September 1987) / Box 70
      • Grobmyer, Mary White. II (undated) / Box 70
      • Grobmyer, Mary White. Lewis, Hancock, Koteamp[?] (18 May 1987) / Box 70
      • Grobmyer, Mary White. Early Louisville. (30 May 1987) / Box 70
      • Groom, Graeme (16 January 1987) / Box 70
      • Hamburg, David (13 October 1986) / Box 70
      • Hamburger, Lisa. I (undated) / Box 70
      • Hamburger, Lisa. II (undated) / Box 70
      • Hamburger, Bob and Sonia (undated) / Box 70
      • Harcourt, Alexander and Kelly Stewart. I (undated) / Box 70
      • Harcourt, Alexander and Kelly Stewart. II (undated) / Box 70
      • Harcourt, Alexander and Kelly Stewart (13 January 1987) / Box 70
      • Hayes, Harold / Box 76
      • Hinde, Robert (January 1987) / Box 70
      • Hjelm, Harold and Patty (undated) / Box 70
      • Huber, [Kathleen?] on Dian & her family & Father Raymond. Not transcribed. (undated) / Box 70
      • Hughes, Nancy (2 December 1986) / Box 70
      • Humphrey, Nicholas (10 January 1987) / Box 70
      • Jackman, Brian (undated) / Box 70
      • Jampel, Barbara (27 May 1986) / Box 70
      • Kalter, Sy (20 November 1986) / Box 70
      • Kevlas, [?] (undated) / Box 70
      • Kitchener, [?]; Patterson, [?] (undated) / Box 70
      • Klein, Dr. [?] (Plattsburgh) Not much here. (23 March 1986) / Box 70
      • Kotok, MS - State Dept. (30 June 1988) / Box 70
      • Kraus, Patricia (1 Autust 1987) / Box 70
      • Lamprey, [Hugh?] On primatologists (undated) / Box 70
      • Leakey, Richard. (Partially transcribed) (24 June 1987) / Box 71
      • Levin, Rachel (undated) / Box 71
      • McClelland, A[nita]. I (6 December 1986) / Box 71
      • McClelland, A[nita]. II (6 December 1986) / Box 71
      • McClelland, A[nita]. III Resume on A side? (6 December 1986) / Box 71
      • McClelland, Anita. Important. (March 1987) / Box 71
      • McClelland, [Anita]. On Dian's sexuality. (6 August 1987) / Box 71
      • McGinnis, [?] Fragment (10 May 1987) / Box 71
      • McGreal, Shirley (Transcribed) (15 November 1986) / Box 71
      • McGuire, Michael. Second session. Important- sociobiology. (12 December 1986) / Box 71
      • McGuire, Michael [not transcribed] (25 February 1987) / Box 71
      • McGuire, [Michael?]. I (undated) / Box 71
      • McGuire, [Michael?]. II (undated) / Box 71
      • McIlwaine[?], Rob. Limited (very indistinct) (undated) / Box 71
      • McMeekin, [Diana] (Rwanda); Gould, [?] (Hybridization); Root, David (McGuire). Fragments. (April - May 1987) / Box 71
      • Malley, Henry Fossey; Kitty Price (23 May 1984 ) / Box 71
      • Maple, Terry (1 November 1986) / Box 71
      • Melone, Bob (5 August 1986) / Box 71
      • Monfort, Alan and Nicola (undated) / Box 71
      • Morgan, Barbara. San Jose days, confirmation. (16 July 1987) / Box 71
      • Munger, [Ned] (undated) / Box 71
      • Murray, Dan. (9 March 1987) / Box 71
      • Nadler, Ronald (7 November 1986) / Box 71
      • Nichols, Nick. Important- current rumors. (20 April 1988) / Box 71
      • Nichols, Nick. Fragment (undated) / Box 71
      • Nixon, Bob (25 November 1986) / Box 71
      • NPR Interview with Fossey (1985) / Box 76
      • NPR Interview with Fossey (1986) / Box 76
      • O'Brien, Allen, Mrs. (6 August 1986) / Box 71
      • Osmondson, Lita (20 October 1986) / Box 71
      • Pechness[?], Mary (13 June 1986) / Box 71
      • Perlmeter, Stuart Tape I (undated) / Box 71
      • Perlmeter, Stuart Tape II (7 July 1986) / Box 71
      • Phillips, Caroline (26 February 1987) / Box 71
      • Pierce, Ann (2 January 1987) / Box 71
      • Pierce, Ann. Fragment (16 March 1987) / Box 32
      • Pierce, Ann - Side A (undated) / Box 72
      • Pilbeam, David (undated) / Box 72
      • Price, Kitty SEE Malley, Henry Fossey (28 May 1984)
      • Price, Harold. (18 November 1986) / Box 72
      • Price, Harold (18 November 1986) / Box 72
      • Price, Harold. Part II (26 February 1987) / Box 72
      • Rafert, Jan (7 November 1986) / Box 72
      • Raine, Jacqueline (Winant) (14 April 1988) / Box 72
      • Ramsey, [Claude?] (27 April 1988) / Box 72
      • Raymond, Father M. (28 March 1987) / Box 72
      • Raymond, Father M., his niece Kathleen Huber, Charlie Flannigan (16 July 1987) / Box 72
      • Redmond, Ian (17January 1987) / Box 72
      • Redmond, Ian Part II (17 January 1987) / Box 72
      • Redmond, Ian 1 (25 January [1987?]) / Box 72
      • Redmond, Ian 4 (undated) / Box 72
      • Rhine, Ray (6 September 1986) / Box 72
      • Rombach, Richard I & II (19 March 1987) / Box 72
      • Rombach, Richard, III & IV (21 March 1987) / Box 72
      • Rombach, Richard, V (22 March 1987) / Box 72
      • Root, Alan (7 October 1986) / Box 72
      • Root, David. On McGuire & Dian's last year. (6 November 1987) / Box 70
      • Root, Joan- Two Sides (21 June 1987) / Box 72
      • Rusinski, Sally DuBray (8 April 1986) / Box 72
      • Russ, Katherine (19 May 1987) / Box 72
      • Russ, [Katherine?] II. Plus Noles[?] on Lancaster (19 May 1987) / Box 72
      • Schaller, George B. (Handwritten transcription) (20 August 1987) / Box 72
      • Schaller, George B. On research & Dian. Coil [Stacey] - On trial & papers (19 November 1987) / Box 72
      • Schwartzel, Betty (8 October 1986) / Box 72
      • Schwartzel, Betty. II (undated) / Box 72
      • Schwartzel, [Betty?], Doppleman, Emrich (undated) / Box 72
      • Sholley, Craig (undated) / Box 72
      • Smith, Bob (11 October 1986) / Box 72
      • Smith, M[ary] G. National Geographic (6 August 1986) / Box 72
      • Snider, [?] (7 August 1986) / Box 72
      • Stewart, Kelly (6 January 1987) / Box 73
      • Stewart, Kelly. Gorilla Behavior (undated) / Box 73
      • Stewart, Kelly. (After Mowat) Important/transcribed by hand. (23 October 1987) / Box 73
      • Stewart, Kelly. Tape II. Hand transcribed- important. (23 October 1987) / Box 73
      • Strum, Shirley 1&2 (15 June 1986) / Box 73
      • Strum, Shirley. Conclusion (undated) / Box 73
      • Taylor, Christopher. African medicine, black magic. (undated) / Box 73
      • Talbot, Lee I / Box 76
      • Talbot, Lee II / Box 76
      • Turner, [Myles?], and Newbury, [?] Kivu Province (January 1988) / Box 73
      • Veit, Peter. Part I of two (1 June 1986) / Box 73
      • Veit, Peter. Part II (1 June 1986) / Box 73
      • Voelmyer, [?] Short tape confirmation of Nancy Hughes (undated) / Box 73
      • Washburn, Sherwood (14 November 1986) / Box 73
      • Watts, David. McGuire, etc. (10 February 1987) / Box 73
      • Watts, David. I & II (22 January 1987) / Box 73
      • Watts, David. III / Box 73
      • Watts, David. IV &V (undated) / Box 73
      • Weber, William and Amy Vedder. I & II (25 January 1986) / Box 73
      • Weber, William and Amy Vedder. III & IV (25 January 1987) / Box 73
      • Weber, William and Amy Vedder. V & VI (31 January 1987) / Box 73
      • Weber, William and Amy Vedder. VII & VIII (1 March 1987) / Box 73
      • Weber, William and Amy Vedder. (Killing & funeral) (28 March 1987) / Box 73
      • Weber, William and Amy Vedder. (undated) / Box 73
      • Wenner-Gren, [Axel]. Fossey & Davenport (22 July [1987?]) / Box 73
      • Wenner-Gren, [Axel]. Hinde. (23-25 July [1987?]) / Box 73
      • Wenner-Gren, [Axel]. Hinde part II? (undated) / Box 73
      • Wenner-Gren, [Axel]. Fossey (undated) / Box 73
      • Wenner-Gren, [Axel]. Conclusion (undated) / Box 73
      • White, Tim. Tape I (5 July 1986) / Box 73
      • White, Tim. II (5 July 1986) / Box 73
      • White, Tim. Addendum. (November 1986) / Box 73
      • Wilkie, Leighton (21 June 1986) / Box 73
      • Wiser, Christine (undated) / Box 73
      • Wrangham, Richard. Part I (13 October 1986) / Box 73
      • Wrangham, Richard. Part II (undated) / Box 73
    • Other cassette tapes
      • Arnold Gingrich Conversations (13 May 1964) / Box 68
      • Memorial service for Harold Hayes (2 cassettes) (1989) / Box 68
      • Marine reunion interviews (5 microcassettes) (1982?) / Box 68   Scope and Contents note

        Note: microcassette player in Box 28

      • Mozart (Side 1), Schubert (Side 2) / Box 68
      • Bever on Beethoven (first tape of two) / Box 76
      • Bever on Beethover (second tape) / Box 76
      • Tennis Trip South (March 12-19 (no year)) / Box 76
      • Prince Phillip
      • S.F. Zoological Society Memorial- Palace of Fine Arts (1) (May 1, 1986)
      • S.F. Memorial Part II- Hamburger and Pierce
      • Will Settlement (1/14/88) / Box 76
      • Side A- Tolbert Concl., Side B- Langford Begin
      • GEO/Serengeti Background AWF (10/27/83) / Box 76
      • Side A- Marvin Miwsky, MIT, Side B- Jersy Litvin, MIT / Box 76
      • Ponamperuma I and II / Box 76
      • Lewis Thomas / Box 76
      • Garwin- Technology I and II of III / Box 76
      • Garwin III / Box 76
      • John Vihtelic / Box 76
      • Thorpe I and II / Box 76
      • Frankel I and II / Box 76
      • Frankel III and IV / Box 76
      • Rees I and II / Box 76
      • Rees III / Box 76
      • Ehrenfeld / Box 76
      • Carr I and II / Box 76
      • Carr III / Box 76
      • Rumbaugh / Box 76
      • Sheila Silver- Musical Exegesis of B. / Box 76
      • Evans I and II only / Box 76
      • Hardin I and II of IV / Box 76
      • Hardin III and IV of IV / Box 76
      • Zel'Dovich I and II / Box 76
      • Zel'Dovich III and Oparin I and II / Box 76
      • Schumacker I and II / Box 76
      • Schumacker III / Box 76
      • Schumacker III con., Tahktadzhan I and II / Box 76
      • LeSourne I and II / Box 76
      • LeSourne III / Box 76
      • Weels (rewind, one side) / Box 76
      • Instructions from Harold Hayes on finishing Dark Romance of Dian Fossey / Box 76
      • Castaway's Choice: Harold Hayes (1/12/87) / Box 76
    • Videotapes (VHS)
      • Round Table "Ginsberg II"  (16 December 1974) / Box 74
      • Round Table "Tap Dance "  (25 December 1974) / Box 74
      • Round Table "Philip Johnson" Pt. 2 of 2 (15 April 1975) / Box 74
      • Round Table "Fitzgerald/Hemingway "  (30 April 1975) / Box 74
      • Round Table "Friends of Hemingway "  (5 May 1975) / Box 74
      • Round Table "Leicester Hemingway "  (7 May 1975) / Box 74
      • Round Table "Radio Mystery Theater "  (23 May 1975) / Box 74
      • Round Table "American Masters "  (undated) / Box 74
      • Round Table Hemingway War Buddies (5/8/75) / Box 75
      • Round Table Mary Hemingway (4/21/75) / Box 75
      • Round Table Mary Hemingway Part II (4/23/75) / Box 75
      • Round Table M. Wallace Parts 1 and 2 / Box 75
      • Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom
      • Harold Hayes- The Late Great 1968 / Box 75
      • 20/20 Harold Hayes (1978) / Box 74
      • 20/20 Run through show 2 (11 June 1978) / Box 74
      • Twilight of the Gorilla- Show #1 / Box 74
      • Wiser, Fossey and Galdikas / Box 74
      • (Last 5 mins)- Important Behavior / Box 74
      • CBS Publication Promo / Box 75
      • Last Place on Earth Interview / Box 75
      • Last Place on Earth- Bill Friday Interview / Box 75
    • Other Dian Fossey cassette tapes (1973-1989) (Cassette tapes relating to Dian Fossey research. Includes interviews with Fossey from other sources, academic conferences and symposia, and Fossey's memorial service.)
      • Unidentified tapes (5) / Box 68
      • Primates: The Road to Self-Sustaining Populations (conference), San Diego (7 cassettes) (24-28 June 1985) / Box 74
      • Miscellaneous interviews (13 microcassettes) / Box 68   Scope and Contents note

        Note: microcassette player is in Box 28

      • Primate Behavior: Memorial to Dian Fossey (I and II) / Box 75
      • Man and Ape: Drs. Goodall, Fossey and Galdikas, afternoon session- Gordon Getty, introduction (1 and 2) (5/2/81) / Box 75
      • Man and Ape continued (3 and 4) / Box 75
      • Man and Ape continued- conclusion of evening session (5) / Box 75
      • Unidentified VHS tapes / Box 3
      • Dr. Fossey, Years with the Mtn. Gorilla- Symp 73 / Box 76
      • Dian Fossey Memorial Benefit Service (3/16/86) / Box 76
      • Birute Galdikas, Rod Brindamour, Richard Wranghm, Dian Fossey- Recollection Louis Leakey (1983) / Box 76
      • L.S.B. Leakey Foundation- Man and Ape, Drs. Goodall, Fossey, and Galdikas (5/2/81) / Box 76
      • Fossey- Cornell Conference / Box 76
      • 1988 Annual Meeting- Alan Goodall Dinner / Box 76
    • Recording Tapes, DVD's, Records
      • Founder's Day Convocation (2/19/70) / Box 75
      • Harold Hayes Esquire Memorial Service- NYC (1989) / Box 75
      • Harold Hayes Wake Forest Tribute- Winston-Salem, NC (1990) / Box 75
      • Ophuls Cocktail Party / Box 75
      • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Jane and Arnold Gingrich / Box 75
  • WFU Harold Hayes Event (April 1992)
    • Programs, Correspondence (Tom Hayes) / Box 85 Folder 1
    • Journalism Schools/Addresses / Box 85 Folder 2
    • Gay Talese Correspondence (1991-1992) / Box 85 Folder 3
    • General Hayes Information, Invitations, Notes / Box 85 Folder 4
    • Wolfe Wills Correspondence (1991) / Box 85 Folder 5
    • Remembering Harold Hayes- Articles and Biographical Information / Box 85 Folder 6
    • Rust Hills Correspondence / Box 85 Folder 7
    • Financial Information and other planning
    • News/Media Releases / Box 85 Folder 9
    • Schedules (drafts) / Box 85 Folder 10
    • George Lois Correspondence/Materials / Box 85 Folder 11
    • Carol Posgrove Correspondence/Materials / Box 85 Folder 12
    • Bob Sherrill Correspondence and Materials / Box 85 Folder 13
    • Lee Eisenberg Correspondence/Materials / Box 85 Folder 14
    • Mike Riley Correspondence/Materials / Box 85 Folder 15
    • Brochure and Poster Creation Process (1992) / Box 85 Folder 16
    • Invoices (1992) / Box 85 Folder 17
    • Dinner Information (1992) / Box 85 Folder 18
    • Bynum Shaw Correspondence (1992) / Box 85 Folder 19
    • Martin Mayer Correspondence/Materials / Box 85 Folder 20
    • Joe Rebello Correspondence/Materials / Box 85 Folder 21
    • Malcolm Jones Materials (1992) / Box 85 Folder 22
    • Judy Kessler Correspondence/Materials (1992) / Box 85 Folder 23
    • Bill McIlwain Correspondence/Materials (1991-1992) / Box 85 Folder 24
    • Articles, Letters, Speeches about Hayes written after his death / Box 85 Folder 25
    • Additional Correspondence / Box 85 Folder 26
  • Uncategorized Printed Materials / Box 59 Folder 4 (Includes program for University Speakers Series 1968-69 (Texas Technological College), clippings, holiday cards, Triumph Sports Owners Assocation newsletter, Coronet magazine (Oct 1959), writings by others (Theodore Peterson, Anonymous))
  • Oversize Materials / Box 86
    • Posters- A Celebration of the Life and Works of Harold T.P. Hayes (April 9-10, 1992) / Box 86
    • Pageant Magazine Scrapbook / Box 86

Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Gingrich, Arnold
Creator
Hayes, Harold Thomas Pace, 1926-1989
Creator
Hayes, Harold.
Creator
Lois, George
Creator
McIlwain, William, 1925-
Title
Harold T. P. Hayes Papers
ID
MS596
Date [inclusive]
1926 - 1991
Extent
37.0 linear feet  70 letter boxes, 15 oversized letter boxes, 1 oversized box

Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives 2012
Revision Description
 Updated by Kristin Weisse 2014
Access Restrictions
Collection is open to researchers. 
Copyright Notice
The nature of the WFU Z.Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The Archives and Special Collections of ZSR Library claims only physical ownership of most materials. The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to the U.S. Copyright Law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research or otherwise should be fully credited with the source. 
Preferred Citation
MS596, Harold T. P. Hayes Papers, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA. 

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Esquire (New York, N.Y.) .
  • Gorillas in the mist (Motion picture).

Personal Name(s)

  • Fossey, Dian

Subject(s)

  • Journalism--Editing.
  • Journalism--United States--20th century.
  • Journalism--United States--History--20th century--Sources.
  • Journalists--United States.
  • Periodicals--Publishing--United States--History--20th century.
  • Primatologists
  • Wildlife conservation--Africa.

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