S. Guy Endore (1901-70) was a prolific author of books as well as television and movie scripts. His script, , was nominated for an Oscar in 1945. He was reputedly blacklisted by the Hollywood studios for his political views in the late 1940s. Endore devoted much of his time to the Synanon Foundation after being blacklisted. The collection consists of Endore's manuscripts and typescripts for plays, novels, and television shows. Other materials include clippings and printed materials, many of which address and review Endore's writings. The collection also contains materials related to the House Un-American Activities Committee and the Hollywood Blacklist, the Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee, the assassination of President Kennedy, and the Warren Commission Report. Books from Endore's library and correspondence (including fan mail) are also included. The finding aid contains an extensive name index.
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