McGROARTY, John Steven, 1862-1944


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives

Guide to Research Collections

Folger Shakespeare Library
Washington, DC
Papers: 1905-1911, 7 items.
Autograph and typed letters signed from John S. McGroarty, Los Angeles, to William Winter [manuscript], 1905-1911. The letters mostly concern McGroarty thanking Winter for various works he sent to him. (1) On letterhead of The Times, Los Angeles, Calif.; (2-7) on letterhead of “The West Coast Magazine.” Addressed to Winter in New York and Mentone, Calif.

Papers: 1916, 1 item.
A telegram from John Steven McGroarty, Los Angeles, to William Winter, Century Theatre, New York [manuscript], 1916 March 13. In the letter, McGroarty offers congratulations on the testimonial to Winter.

Papers: 1918, 1 item.
Autograph letter signed from John S. McGroarty, Los Angeles, to William Jefferson Winter, New York [manuscript], 1918 July 19. In the letter, McGroarty acknowledges receipt of the pamphlet Winter sent, dealing with the defense of the memory of William Winter. He also mentions that they are planning for a new theater for the Mission Play. On letterhead of “The Mission Play” by John Steven McGroarty. Addressed from 114 North Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. Addressed to Winter at 46 Winter Ave., New Brighton, Staten Island, New York.


Huntington Library
Manuscripts Department
San Marino, CA
Papers: In the Clara Bradley Burdette papers, 1843-1954, approximately 50,000 pieces.
Significant persons represented in the collection include John Steven McGroarty.

Papers: In the Jennie Cook Davis papers, 1885-1992, 356 items.
Correspondents include John Steven McGroarty.

Papers: In the Florence R. Keene papers, 1896-1950, approximately 2,800 pieces.
Correspondents include John Steven McGroarty.

Papers: In the Neeta Marquis papers, 1862-1957, 3,500 pieces.
Correspondents include John Steven McGroarty.

Papers: In the Connie Rothstein Collection of California Missions, The Mission Play, and Southern California, approximately 1862-2004, 37 boxes.
The collection includes the production of “The Mission Play” by John Steven McGroarty.


Minnesota Historical Society
St. Paul, MN
Papers: In the William B. McGrorty and family papers, 1851-1915, 0.25 cubic foot.
Other authors include John Steven McGroarty.