Henaghan, Jim [Archie O'Neill] (1919-1984)
Scope:
The Jim Henaghan (Archie O’Neill) collection consists of manuscripts and printed material.

Manuscripts by Henaghan in the collection include drafts of his novels The Book of Gold; The Da Vinci Rose (Bantam, 1973); The Ginzburg Circle (Bantam, 1974); Little Birds with Broken Wings (opening chapters and story outline); The Locked Piano; and The Run For Vicente Rodrigues.

Other manuscripts by Henaghan include a teleplay titled Madigan’s Legacy; three screenplays, General Hospital, The Great American Snatch, and One Hundred Grand for Helga; story treatments of scripts titled Saigon (1946) and Torch Song (1946); and biographical material about Henaghan.

Printed material collection consists of the printed versions of various short pieces by Hengahan. These include his “Rambling Reporter” column for The Hollywood Reporter (1961); three editorials for his “Henaghan’s World” column (1971); and various other editorials and articles in various magazines (1950, 1951, 1961, 1970).

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Notable Figures
1. Henaghan, Jim
Associated Subjects
1. Mystery and Suspense Fiction Subject Guide
2. Literary Collections Subject Guide