Archive collections

Arthur Miller archive:  Harry Ransom Center finding guide

University of Michigan Special Collections Library:  Arthur Miller Collection: 1936 – 1979

Arthur Miller’s Study Library at the New York Public Library

Inge Morath archive at the Beinecke Library, Yale University

New York Public Library Digital Collection (photographs)

Index on Censorship:  “Arthur Miller’s Centenary: A reading list from our archives”

Audio recordings

“Arthur Miller: A View From the Field” [1941]:  Library of Congress Radio audio archive

Arthur Miller reads from Death of a Salesman with Mildred Dunnock: 92nd Street Y, 1955 

[PEN Digital Archive (currently under repair): includes speeches by Arthur Miller]

Michigan State University lecture, 1989 (begins at 11 minute mark): Arthur Miller reads from his short story “Bees” and from his autobiography Timebends (1987), including the book’s opening on his New York childhood with his mother; the setting and production of The Price; inspiration for Death of a Salesman; rehearsals for its 1949 production and the play’s initial reception; on his presidency of International PEN (1965-1969); and the book’s final passage, reflecting on his life in Roxbury Connecticut.

Arthur Miller Centennial

Explore the Arthur Miller Centennial: 2015 -2016