Contains materials relating to Leslie's work as a journalist and writer, 1930-1966. Collection is mainly comprised of scripts, contracts and production materials for the radio and television versions of A Date With Judy, 1942-1952, fan mail and correspondence regarding her newspaper column, 1930-1940, and other non radio scripts.
Contains personal and professional correspondence, photographs and other papers relating to the actress's career plus sound recordings of Life Can Be Beautiful and other unidentified programs, 1939-1977.
Consists of scripts of many of the Hummerts' programs, including Just Plain Bill, Lorenzo Jones, Easy Aces, Young Widder Brown, Front Page Farrell, Lora Lawton, Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons, Orphans of Divorce, Backstage Wife, Stella Dallas, David Harum, Romance of Helen Trent, Our Gal Sunday, and John's Other Wife.
Contains materials relating to the Nelson family, their orchestra and radio and television programs, including Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Red Skelton Show and Emmy Lou. Includes scripts for both the Nelson's radio and television programs and for other radio programs, the Orchestra's sheet music for instrumental parts, photographs of the Nelson family and the television show and phonograph records of radio broadcasts.
Includes scripts of Stories of Pacific Powerland, a five minute program sponsored by Pacific Power and Light Co. All 1,273 programs were narrated by Nelson Olmsted. Each program dealt with Western history, biography or folklore.
Contains materials relating to White's production and writing career, including scripts for The Victor Borge Show, Fibber McGee and Molly which were written by Don Quinn and Phil Leslie (script summaries for 1935-1946 are also included) and The Great Gildersleeve, 1935-1947. Also includes sound recordings of programs broadcast over KVOA, 1941-1944.
Consists mainly of scripts for radio and television programs written or produced by Henley with production files containing correspondence, notes, schedules and outlines. Also includes related reviews, awards, promotional materials, scrapbooks, photographs of Henley, manuscripts of two of his books, phonograph records of radio broadcasts, films and audio tapes of Make Up Your Mind and other programs. Also includes material for Everything Goes, What Makes You Tick, Marry-Go-Round, Phrase That Pays and Honeymoon in New York.
Contains miscellaneous materials relating to Barton's work as a television and radio announcer, including correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs of Barton with various bands, an audio tape of a 1947 episode of One Man's Family, phonograph records of Barton with the Tom Croakley Orchestra playing on the Hills Brothers Coffee Show, 1934-1938, scattered scripts for One Man's Family, a video tape of Barton on the Tomorrow Show in 1974 upon his retirement from NBC and a scrapbook.
Contains correspondence, including letters in German to Hermann Goering, fan mail, subject files used as background materials for radio broadcasts, 1948-1967, three scrapbooks, scripts for AP Newsfeatures and News of the World, 1937-1967, and other papers. Also contains two sound recordings of Beatty's 10th anniversary broadcast on News of the World, 1956, seven recordings of Beatty narrating for AP's The World in Sound, sound recordings of News of the World, 1959-1967, a 1966 videotape interview with Beatty and a film of a 1959 News of the World broadcast.
Contains scripts Reines wrote for Cavalcade of America. Catalog listing notes that he also wrote radio scripts for the U.S. Treasury Department but collection does not appear to include any of those scripts.
Contains materials relating to Blochman's writing career with some personal correspondence. Professional materials include correspondence, manuscripts, reviews of his work, a scrapbook, photographs and radio scripts. Blochman wrote for The Fred Allen Show, Town Hall Tonight, and Texaco Star Theater.
Consists mainly of radio and television scripts for variety shows written by Bloom, 1950s-1960s, reel-to-reel tapes of highlights of The Gold Coast Show written by Bloom and a few materials relating to Bloom's night club writings.
Contains materials concerning Boyd's portrayal of Hopalong Cassidy, including correspondence, fan mail, scripts for Hopalong Cassidy on radio and in other productions, press kits, business records and promotional material including broadsides, product labels, toys and clothing.
Consists mainly of radio and television scripts written by Carroll and sheet music for songs written by Carroll or in collaboration with Dick Manning. Contains material on the Bob Crosby Show, Club 15, Kraft Music Hall and Old Gold Show, including correspondence and manuscripts of various writings. Also includes Carroll's column for "Variety" magazine and books ghost written for Bob Hope, Mike Douglas and others, sound recordings of radio commercials and programs and records, some with music written by Carroll and some performed by the Bob Crosby Orchestra.
Contains scripts, 1944, 1948-1950 and 1957, including portions of the 1944 Republican National Convention relating to CARE (Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere), other papers and a sound recording of a personality sketch of Clapper by Mutual Broadcaster Virgil Pinkley, 1958.
Contains three audio tapes of a history of radio broadcasting consisting of over 18 hours of programs with accompanying script put together by Frey, one audio cassette of openings for radio programs and an interview with Frey on collecting radio broadcasts.
Collection documents Kuhn's career as a radio war correspondent for NBC, 1940-1949, and contains papers and sound recordings, including her broadcasts of the liberation of Shanghai and Manila in 1945 and The Kuhns broadcasts she did with her daughter Rene. Papers include financial records, legal files, news releases, newspaper clippings, photographs, subject files, awards, biographic information and miscellaneous other materials.
Consists mainly of Van Hartesveldt's writings, including scripts for many radio shows, story ideas, outlines and a few scripts for television. Also includes a small amount of related correspondence, some contracts and photographs of Van Hartesveldt with celebrities. Van Hartesveldt wrote for the following radio programs: Your Nutrilite Radio Theatre, Suspense, Sky King, CBS Radio Workshop, The Great Gildersleeve, Romance and Roy Rogers.
Scripts for the program in which actor Dick Powell played the title role. Note: Check with library to determine if these are the same scripts that are included in the "Dick Powell Collection" listed above.
Includes manuscripts of the writer's novels and plays, scripts for motion pictures, television and radio programs written or co-written by Dratler. Also includes related correspondence, outlines, story ideas and legal documents concerning a copyright case.
Contains some personal materials but mainly materials relating to Renaldo's acting and his portrayal of the Cisco Kid. In addition to scripts for the radio and television program, the collection contains memorabilia, promotional material, fan mail, personal and general correspondence with some relating to the Screen Writers and Screen Actors Guilds.
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.