This collection of papers, as described by Mr. Sheetz, reveals "the building, development, and the eventual demise of an organization which was established to finance and promote new Broadway productions." Mr. Scheetz was a stockholder in Edward Spector Productions, which was founded as Theater 200 in 1954. The original capital of the firm was $500,000, and shares were offered in units of $2,500, for which the successful investments included
The Music Man, Any Wednesday, and
Henry, Sweet Henry. The company was dissoved on April 30, 1972 and its' remaining assets were assigned to Edward Spector. The company showed a deficit of $498,894.29 upon liquidation.