Nathan C. Goldstone papers , circa 1935-1965

Overview of the Collection

Goldstone, Nathan C.
Nathan C. Goldstone papers
circa 1935-1965 (inclusive)
0.5 linear feet, (1 container)
Collection Number
Ax 390
Collection comprises literary properties of Nathan C. Goldstone and the Goldstone-Tobias Agency, Inc. Properties include screenplays, screen treatments, and other works by Houston Branch, Howard Fast, Paul Gaer, David Martin, Alden Nash and Mary Loos Sale.
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives
UO Libraries--SCUA
1299 University of Oregon
Eugene OR
Telephone: 5413463068
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Historical NoteReturn to Top

Nathan C. Goldstone (1904-1966) was a senior member of the Goldstone-Tobias Agency, Inc., founded in 1932 in Beverly Hills, California.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Collection comprises screenplays, screen treatments, and other literary properties.

N. C. Goldstone was senior member of the Goldstone-Tobias Agency, Inc., Beverly Hills, California, founded in 1932.

The properties include: screenplay, "The Winner," by Houston Branch; novel, "The Republic of Irving," by Howard Fast; screenplay, "The Phantom Strikes," by Paul Gaer; novel, "The King Between," by David Martin; screen adaptation, "The Delightful Defector," by Alden Nash; screen treatment, "Puccini," by Mary Loos Sale.

Agency rights to these properties are held by Mrs. Nathan C. Goldstone.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Literary agents--United States

Personal Names

  • Branch, Houston, 1905-1968
  • Fast, Howard, 1914-2003
  • Gaer, Paul
  • Martin, David, 1915-
  • Nash, Alden
  • Sale, Mary Loos

Form or Genre Terms

  • Screenplays