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Ken Follett Papers: Boxes 128-135 - Code to Zero

Materials related to the author Ken Follett. Guide author: Thomas Zantow

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Published in 2000 by MacMillan, London.

Published in French as Code Zéro by Robert Laffont

Published in German as Das Zweite Gedachtenis by Lübbe

Published in Italian as Codice a Zero by Mondadori

Published in Spanish as Doblo Juengo by Grijabo

Code to Zero

Code to Zero

CODE TO ZERO
Boxes 128 - 129 - 130 - 131 - 132 - 133 - 134 - 135
(processed February, 2010)
Box 128
(1) I.D. Outline 21 July 1998 6 pp.
(2) I.D. Outline with handwritten notes n.d. 5 pp.
(3) I.D. Outline with handwritten notes 1 September 1998 19 pp.
(4) Notes and Correspondence
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on Outline 8 September 1998 4 pp.
Handwritten notes n.d. 3 pp.
Handwritten notes: Harvard and Wellesby n.d. 1 p.
(5) Correspondence from Follett to Al Zuckerman: “current notes on the new story.” 21 October 1998 10 pp.
(6) I.D. Outline with notes n.d. 21 pp.
(7) A Deadly Remembrance 1st draft outline with notes 9 December 1998 38 pp.
(8) Comments on A Deadly Remembrance 29 December 1998 5 pp.
1st draft outline with notes n.d. 11 pp.
(9) Notes and Correspondence
Correspondence from Suzanne Baboneau to Follett: Comments on outline 18 December 1998 3 pp.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on outline 5 February 1999 2 pp.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on A Deadly Remembrance 15 December 1998 2 pp.
A Deadly Remembrance: Notes on draft March 1999 1 p.
(10) A Deadly Remembrance: Outline with notes 17 February 1999 69 pp.
(11) Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on draft 23 February 1999 2 pp.
(12) A Deadly Remembrance: Summary 25 March 1999 2 pp.
2nd draft Outline with notes: A Deadly Remembrance n.d. 50 pp.
(13) 2nd draft Outline: A Deadly Remembrance 22 March 1999 56 pp.
(14) 2nd Draft: Notes and Correspondence
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on draft 22 March 1999 1 p.
A Deadly Remembrance: Summary 25 March 1999 2 pp.
Notes on Second Draft - Barbara Follett n.d. 2 pp.
“Notes of a meeting with PG” 27 March 1999 1 p.
(15) 2nd Draft: Correspondence
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Notes on draft 1 April 1999 8 pp.
Correspondence from Suzanne Baboneau to Follett: Comments on draft 13 April 1999 2 pp.
Correspondence from Jann Turner to Follett: Comments on draft 22 July 1999 2 pp.
(16) Notes on the Second Draft: Correspondence
Correspondence from John Evans to Follett: Comments on draft 15 November 1999 6 pp.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Notes on draft 19 November 1999 9 pp.
(17) Notes on the Second Draft: Correspondence
Correspondence from Suzanne Baboneau to Follett: Comments on draft 24 November 1999 1 p.
Correspondence from Suzanne Baboneau to Follett: Comments on draft 26 November 1999 13 pp.
(18) Notes on the Second Draft: Correspondence
Additional Comments to Neil Nyren’s Memo n.d. 1 p.
Handwritten comments on draft n.d. 1 p.
Follett Notes for PEG: Neil Nyren’s Comments n.d. 1 p.
Correspondence from Jann Turner to Follett: Comments on draft 7 December 1999 2 pp.
Correspondence from John Evans to Follett: Comments on draft 20 December 1999 1 p.
Notes on draft n.d. 2 pp.
(19) Notes on the Second Draft: Correspondence
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Notes on draft 17 April 2000 3 pp.
Correspondence from Phyllis Grann to Follett: Copy-edited manuscript 24 April 2000 1 p.
Correspondence from Amy Berkower to Follett: Revisions to draft 1 May 2000 11 pp.
(20) Notes on the Second Draft: Correspondence
Correspondence from Suzanne Baboneau to Follett: Notes on draft 6 May 2000 7 pp.
(21) Notes on the Second Draft: Correspondence
Correspondence from Nick Austen to Liz Davis: Notes on draft 31 May 2000 4 pp.
Correspondence from Timothy Meyer to Follett: Copy-edited manuscript 31 May 2000 1 p.
Correspondence from Kirsty McKie to Follett: Copy-edited manuscript 1 June 2000 1 p.
Correspondence from Dr. Helmut Pesch to Follett and Follett’s response: Notes on final draft June 2000 3 pp.
Correspondence from Tom Carney to Follett: Notes on draft 2 September 2000 2 pp.
(22) Correspondence from Daniel Starer to Follett: Maps 9 March 1999 1 p.
(23) Research: Map of Harvard University and Boston Souvenir Map
(24) Research: Map of New England
(25) Research: Boston City Map
(26) Research: Various maps of Huntsville Alabama and Army Facilities Location Map (6)
(27) Research: Various maps of Huntsville Alabama, Army Facilities Location Map, and Redstone Arsenal (5)
(28) Research: Various maps of Cape Canaveral and Orlando Florida (3)
(29) Research: Washington, D.C. Sightseers’ Guide Map
(30) Research: Maps of Washington D.C. (2)
(31) Research: CIA
“The CIA in early 1958” n.d. 1 p.
The Editor: “How the CIA kills its foes.” 27 August 1999 2 pp.
“The Secret Wars: A Guide to Sources in English.” Smith, Jr., Myron J. n.d. 4 pp.
(32) Research: CIA
“The Central Intelligence Agency History and Documents.” Leary, William M. 1984 21 pp.
(33) Research: CIA
“Portrait of a Cold Warrior.” Burkholder Smith, Joseph. 1976 25 pp.
“Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel 1995 1 p.
“CIA buildings in Washington in the fifties.” n.d. 1 p.
(34) Research: CIA
“Inside the Company: CIA Diary.” Agee, Philip. n.d. 35 pp.
(35) Research: CIA
“Deadly Deceits: My 25 Years in the CIA.” McGehee, Ralph W. n.d. 41 pp.
(36) Research: CIA
“The Intelligence Community: History, Organization, and Issues.” Fain, Tyrus G. 1977 68 pp.
(37) Research: CIA
Various photographs of CIA buildings n.d. 10 pp.
(38) Research: CIA
Background information on Walter Bedell Smith n.d. 1 p.
Background information on Allen Welsh Dulles n.d. 1 p.
“Inside the CIA: The Architecture, Art & Atmosphere of America’s Premier Intelligence Agency.” Berry Jr., F. Cliftion. 1997 23 pp.
(39) Research articles
“Pearl Harbor Attack.” 1995 1 p.
“After much thought…” n.d. 1 p.
The American Economy: “Labor, Slavery, and Social Reform.” n.d. 1 p.
“Krushchev, Nikita (Sergeyevich)” 1995 4 pp.
“Death of a Double Dealer…” Bell, Kelly. 1997 9 pp.
(40) Research articles
Daily Mail: “The awakening.” Clarke, Natalie. 22 October 1998 3 pp.
Daily Mail: “Mr. Mystery unmasked.” Woodward, Tim. 10 September 1998 1 p.
Box 129
(41-a) 1st Draft, A Deadly Remembrance - includes handwritten notes: Chapter 1 - 33, Page 1 - 286 27 October 1999 560 pp.
Box 130
(41-b) 1st Draft, A Deadly Remembrance - includes handwritten notes: Chapter 34 - 80, Page 287 - 560 27 October 1999 560 pp.
Box 131
(42) A Deadly Remembrance -- Rewrite Outline n.d. 3 pp.
Consolidated notes on the 1st draft n.d. 25 pp.
(43) Correspondence from RL to Follett: “…thanks for the novel auction book…” 10 April 2000 1 p.
(44) A Deadly Remembrance -- Rewrite Outline n.d. 9 pp.
Consolidated notes on the 1st draft n.d. 10 pp.
Correspondence from Lynn to Follett: Character name auction 6 August 1999 1 p.
Explorer launch countdown n.d. 6 pp.
(45) Research: Maps of Cape Canaveral Facility Plan n.d. 6 pp.
(46) 2nd Draft, A Deadly Remembrance -- with handwritten notes from Al Zuckerman 4 April 2000 438 pp.
Box 132
(47) 2nd Draft,  A Deadly Remembrance - includes handwritten notes 4 April 2000 438 pp.
Box 133
(48) Original Manuscript, Final Draft, Code to Zero 8 May 2000 403 pp.
Box 134
(49) Original Manuscript, edited with markings n.d. 403 pp.
Box 135
(50) Research: Books
The Washington Guidebook 1963 432 pp.
Washington Confidential 1951 384 pp.
Washington is Wonderful 1956 278 pp.
America’s National Capitol 1959 160 pp.