James Sibley Watson

Films

Fall of the House of Usher, The

Related Links

Wikipedia

Archival Collections

New York Public Library

Watson, James Sibley.

James Sibley Watson/The Dial Papers, 1920-1972 bulk(1920-1929).

9.3 linear ft. (31 boxes).

Arrangement of Materials: I. Incoming Correspondence; II. Miscellaneous manuscripts; III. Kenneth Burke; IV. Norman Charles; V. Gaston LaChaise; VI. Marianne Moore; VII. James Sibley Watson; VIII.Contributors’ lists; IX. Photographs.

Finding Aid: http://digilib.nypl.org/dynaweb/ead/berg/brgwatson/

University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries

The Films of J. S. Watson, Jr., and Melville Webber: Some Retrospective Views (I)

The Films of J. S. Watson, Jr., and Melville Webber: Some Retrospective Views (II)

The Films of J. S. Watson, Jr., and Melville Webber: Some Retrospective Views (III)

The Films of J. S. Watson, Jr., and Melville Webber: Some Retrospective Views (IV)

University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries

Watson Family Papers.

1870-1981.

4 boxes.

Finding Aid: http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?page=215

References

Cartwright, Lisa. “Science and the Film Avant-garde.” Cinematograph 4 (1991): 11–20. Print.
Fischer, Lucy. “The Films of James Sibley Watson, Jr., and Melville Webber: A Reconsideration.” Millennium Film Journal 19 (1987): 40–49. Print.
Fullerton, John. “Introduction: Experiment in Film Before World War II.” Film History 20.1 (2008): 3–5. Print.
Horak, Jan-Christopher. “A Neglected Genre: James Sibley Watson’s Avant-garde Industrial Films.” Film History 20.1 (2008): 35–48. Print.
Svehla, Gary J. “The Fall of the House of Usher‘/’Pit and the Pendulum.” Midnight Marquee. Winter 1995 : 85-85. Print.



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