Consists of material relating to Horton's acting career, including mainly scripts for plays, motion pictures and radio and television commercials and shows. Also includes photographs, programs, correspondence, broadsides and other promotional materials, personal account books, contracts, scrapbooks, memorabilia, sound recordings of two interviews of Horton, 1969 and 1970, and many phonograph records of performances and interviews.
Consists chiefly of materials relating to Harmon's work with the Riverside Church and WRVR, including correspondence, minutes, reports, grant proposals, transcripts of listener mail, transcripts of Harmon's testimony before the FCC in WRVR licensing matters, memorandums, budgets and surveys.
Contains mainly scripts for radio and motion pictures that Woodruff directed and miscellaneous materials for This ls Hollywood, Lux Radio Theatre and the Camay Show. Also includes sound recordings of This ls Hollywood and the Camay Show.
Consists mainly of scripts, 1945-1963, written by Freedman for radio and television. Also includes sound recordings of You Bet Your Life and Seabees Time on the Air, material relating to Duffy's Tavern and photographs of Freedman and radio and television celebrities, including Groucho Marx, and the manuscript of Freedman's 1977 book "Sex Link."
Contains miscellaneous biographical information, correspondence with Fred Allen, J.J. Shubert and RKO Corporation, scripts for The Fred Allen Show, Texaco Star Theater, Dr. Rockwell's Brain Trust, and Jack Oakie's College plus scrapbooks, photographs, clippings and other materials.
Contains correspondence, two 78rpm records of a KMBC broadcast, Midland Broadcasting Company, Kansas City, MO, n.d., a 78rpm record of an episode of Police Headquarters, n.d., and other material relating to film production.
Contains extensive correspondence, musical scores, newsclippings, advertisements, legal and financial material, photographs, scrap-books, scripts and phonograph records for Seth Parker, Seth Parker's Old Fashioned Singing School and Sunday Evenings at Seth Parker's.
Consists mainly of scripts for radio and television programs and motion pictures written or produced by Heyward along with miscellaneous related materials, manuscripts of novels and scenery drawings for the Garry Moore television show. Includes papers relating to Personality Time and Startime.
Contains scripts for Defense for America, Gang Busters, Mr. District Attorney, and Your Defense Reporter written by Slate, 1937-1941, plus scrapbooks and papers relating to his career as a producer with CBS, 1951-1963, and sound recordings of programs he produced for the BBC.
Contains mainly scripts for radio and television written by Seelen, including the radio programs Birds Eye Open House, The Drene Shampoo Show and Toasties Time. Seelen also wrote for the Danny Thomas Show.
Contains mainly scripts for radio programs written by Mies and other materials relating to his work in radio and television, 1953-1978. Includes scripts for The Gold Coast Show, Concert or Corn, Would You Believe It, and Secession Report (with scripts for commercials), which was a radio news show that reported occurrences in the 1860s and was aired during the centennial of the Civil War, 1953-1962. Also includes one audio cassette with a 1961 episode of the Secession Report and a 1955 episode of The Gold Coast Show.