Jackson, Alan R. (1906-1965)
NOTE: All or part of this collection is stored off-site. Several days' advance notice is required for retrieval.
The Alan R. Jackson collection includes manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence.
Manuscripts by Jackson include a draft of his novel East 57th Street (Simon and Schuster, 1961); poems; articles; stories; ideas; notes; and jingles. Also present is a short piece titled “U.S.S. Concrete,” written with Allen Riukin.
Printed material in the collection includes a scrapbook with clips of his articles published in The New Yorker; several articles published in Fortune magazine (1930-1933); clippings of pieces published in The Saturday Evening Post and other magazines; and The Invisible Science, regarding Canadian Industries Ltd (1934).
Correspondence in the collection consists of a letter from Henry R. Luce (1963) and two letters from Allen Riukin (1963 and 1966).