Archive collections

Arthur Miller archive:  Harry Ransom Center finding guide

Arthur Miller’s archive and related collections at the Harry Ransom Center

“Playwright Arthur Miller’s archive comes to the Ransom Center” (video tour)

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)

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]

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