Finding Aid for the Ralph Edwards Productions Production Records 1940-

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Ralph Edwards Productions Production Records,
Date (inclusive): 1940-
Collection number: 336
Creator: Ralph Edwards Productions
Extent: 250 boxes
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. University of California, Library Special Collections
Los Angeles, California 90095-1490
Abstract: The collection consists of materials pertaining to the various Ralph Edwards Productions projects such as Truth or Consequences, This is Your Life, and Name That Tune. The finding aid will be updated as the collection is processed.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Ralph Edwards Productions Production Records, 336, University of California, Library Special Collections, University of California, Los Angeles.

Biographical Note

Ralph Edwards was born near Merino, Colorado, in 1913, moving with his family to Oakland, California, when he was 12. He worked his way through college at radio stations in Oakland and San Francisco, graduating from the University of California at Berkeley in 1935 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama. Edwards moved to New York in 1936 and became one of radio's busiest announcers, doing as many as 45 network shows a week. In 1940, in response to this hectic pace, Edwards created, produced and hosted the landmark audience participation show "Truth or Consequences".
The show's great popularity led to his appearance in the Lucille Ball-Victor Mature film Seven Days' Leave (1942). He moved the show and his production company to Hollywood in 1945, where he made three more films for RKO: Radio Stars on Parade (1945), The Bamboo Blonde (1946) and Beat the Band (1947), all with Frances Langford. His big-screen career took a decided back seat in 1948, when Edwards first brought to the air his other long-running show, "This Is Your Life" (1952). On radio for its first two years, Edwards took the program to NBC-TV in 1952, where it remained until 1961, winning two Emmys (he also hosted a syndicated version from 1971-1973). His last feature film appearance came in the Susan Hayward MGM bio-pic of Lillian Roth, I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955), which ends with a recreation of Roth's appearance on "This Is Your Life" (1952).
Edwards' television career began in earnest in 1950, when "Truth or Consequences" (1950) aired one season on CBS-TV and earned the first Emmy awarded for an audience participation show. He turned over host duties to Jack Bailey in 1954 and, in 1956, launched the career of Bob Barker as host of the daytime version. Edwards, also well-known for his extensive charitable and philanthropic activities, became one of TV's most prolific producers. Biographical note courtesy of IMDB.com.

Scope and Content

Collection consists of materials pertaining to the various Ralph Edwards Productions projects such as Truth or consequences, This is your life, and Name that tune.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  • Series 1. This is Your Life, 1952-1987
  • Series 2. Truth or Consequences, 1940-1988
  • Series 3. The Cross-Wits, 1975-1977
  • Series 4. End of the Rainbow, 1957-1958
  • Series 5. Funny Boners, 1954-1955
  • Series 6. Face to Face
  • Series 7. Knockout, 1977-1978
  • Series 8. Name That Tune
  • Series 9. Press Your Luck
  • Series 10. Punchliners
  • Series 11. Mouthtrap
  • Series 12. The People's Court
  • Series 13. The Ralph Edwards Show, 1952
  • Series 14. That's Show Biz, 1985 October 23
  • Series 15. About Faces, 1960-1961
  • Series 16. So You Think You've Got Troubles
  • Series 17. Superior Court, 1986-1989
  • Series 18. Who in the World, 1962
  • Series 19. Walk Across the Land, 1961 December
  • Series 20. Portrait of an American, 1963
  • Series 21. Human Thing to Do, 1961
  • Series 22. Fatasies Fulfilled
  • Series 23. Going, Going, Gone
  • Series 24. Sing Out, 1960 October 13
  • Series 25. Woody Woodbury Show, 1967
  • Series 26. Ungame Show, 1977 March 10
  • Series 27. That Crazy Show, 1977 April 14
  • Series 28. It Could Be You, 1956-1961
  • Series 29. Place the Face
  • Series 30. Wide Country, 1962-1963
  • Series 31. Beadle's About, 1986. 1 folder
  • Series 32. Television's Good Housekeeping, 1972-1973
  • Series 33. In Session
  • Series 40. Ralph Edwards
  • Series 41. Bob Barker
  • Series 50. Business Papers

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Ralph Edwards Productions --Archives.
Television producers and directors --United States --Archival resources.


Container List

 

This is Your Life Series 1. 1952-1987

Scope and Contents note

This Is Your Life is a television documentary series hosted by its producer, Ralph Edwards. It originally aired in the United States from 1952 to 1961, and again in 1972 on NBC. It originated as a radio show airing from 1948 to 1952 on NBC Radio. A version of it continues a very long run in the United Kingdom starting in 1955, and another version is still running in Australia. It has also been broadcast from time to time in New Zealand and Scandinavia. Concept: The format of the show consisted of the host, who would surprise someone (usually a celebrity or public figure, occasionally an ordinary citizen) and, consulting his "red book", conduct a biography of the subject in a television studio. The subject would be presented with family members and old friends, reunited with old acquaintances, and often shed a tear when a personal tragedy was recounted.
 

Research Material, Scripts and Sound Recordings Subseries 1.

Scope and Content

This sub-series consists of research materials, scripts and sound recordings of specific episodes. General sound recordings are found in the Sound Recordings sub-series.
Box 307, Folder 5

Gordon MacRae and Paul Anka Research Publications

Box 307, Folder 4

Guest Subject Suggestion Letters . 1956-1961.

Box 307, Folder 5

Lionel Hampton Research Material . 1955.

Scope and Content

American Red Mogen David For Israel fundraising campaign.
Box 306, Folder 5

Lowell Thomas Magazine Article . 1979 January.

Box 296, Folder 1

Notes on Possible Show Subjects

Scope and Content

Includes notes on the following: Martha Logan; Reverend J. J. Cacopardo;Joel McCrea;Dr. R.H. Bruni; Dick Richard, and Casey Shawhan.
Box 296, Folder 2

Notes on Possible Show Subjects

Scope and Content

Includes notes on the following: Governor Frank Clement; Rose Buckner; Dr. James Whitcomb Brower, and Gene Austin.
Box 296, Folder 3

Notes on Possible Show Subjects

Scope and Content

Includes notes on the following: Helen Sawyer Campbell; Amos Baker; Dr. Morton Robbins; Carl Loeb; Vaal Stark, and Dr. Richard Castell.
Box 236

Panorama . 1949 June 14.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Annotated script. 2 copies. Audio

General note

Radio broadcast
Box 233

Radio Program Pilot

General Physical Description note: script
Box 232

Research Files . 1963 May.

General Physical Description note: 1 folder
Box 295, Folder 2

Show Subject Research Notes

Box 295, Folder 5

Show Subject Suggestions . 1955-1956.

Box 307, Folder 4

Stan Surber Show Guest Suggestion Papers . 1959.

Scope and Content

Includes clippings, and letters of recommendation.
Box 282

United Kingdom Episodes: R. Davies - P. Field

Scope and Content

Scripts
Box 283

United Kingdom Episodes: P. Field-K. Horne

Scope and Content

Scripts
Box 284

United Kingdom Episodes: D. Huskin-Lord

Scope and Content

Scripts
Box 285

United Kingdom Episodes: J. Loss-A. Milbourne

Scope and Content

Scripts
Box 293

United Kingdom Episodes: Freddie Mills - David Park

Scope and Content

Scripts
Box 294

United Kingdom Episodes: A. Pearson - A. Rowe

Scope and Content

Scripts
Box 301, Folder 5

Updates on Past Subjects (M-Z)

Box 303, Folder 1

Updates on Past Subjects (A-L)

Box 63

Mrs. Alfred Abeles . 1958 October 8.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a "mother" to displaced refugees. Program no. 307.
Box 63

Nellie Logan Adkins . 1955 November 24.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a schoolteacher.
Box 63

Daniele Alberghetti . 1955 November 23.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Ettor Verna,friend, famous opera coach; Anna Maria Alberghetti, daughter, actress, concert singer; Carla Alberghetti, daughter, singer; Rabbi Dr. Marcus Breger, friend.

General note

Subject is the patriarch of a musical family.
Box 63

Eddie Albert . 1958 October 15.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a star of film, television and stage and is a singer. Guests include: Margo Albert, wife, Broadway and film actress; Mickey Finn, Actor, former L.A. policeman; ran youth clubs for underprivileged kids; Teddy Hart, Actor, comedian.
Box 63

Ben Alexander . 1958 March 12.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Jack Bailey, host of Queen for a Day; Edwin Shallert, Friend, former movie critic with L.A. Times - now lecturer at UCLA; Jack Webb, Actor, co-star of TV's "Dragnet".

General note

Subject is a child film star.
Box 63

Steve Allen . 1958 September 24.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Richard Kiley, TV and movie actor; Roxy La Rocca, Former vaudevillian ("Wizard of the Harp").

General note

Subject is a television personality.
Box 63

Norman Alley . 1960 November 15.

Scope and Content

script; research notes.

General note

Subject is a photographer.
Box 236

Norman Alley . 1961 January 1.

Scope and Content

script; research notes
Box 63

Fran Allison . 1953 May 20.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Sara Berner, Actress, comedienne; Frank Wisbar, Head of Fireside Theatre Productions.

General note

Subject is the television star of 'Kukla, Fran & Ollie.'
Box 63

June Allyson . 1971 July 19.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Gloria De Haven, Actress, movie star; Bonnie Waters, Friend since MGM days, was actress and showgirl, wife of composer and conductor John Green; Toni Holt, columnist and TV personality; Van Johnson, actor; Margaret O'Brien, actress, movie star; Joe Pasternak, movie producer.

General note

Subject is a film star.
Box 63

Alicia Alonso . 1954 May 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Alexandra Fedorova, Her ballet teacher; Chase Lucia, Director of the Ballet Theatre in NYC; Igor Youskevitch, dancer.

General note

Subject is a ballerina.
Box 224

Liz Ambridge . 1961 January 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 63

Morey Amsterdam . 1973 March 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Jack Carter, comedian; Richard Deacon, actor; Rose Marie, comedienne; Larry Matthews, child actor.

General note

Subject is a television star and comedian.
Box 63

Florence Anderson . 1959 November 13.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Jeanette Dix, member of the Rockettes; Russell Downing, President of the Radio City Music Hall; Cary Grant, actor; Robert Weede, Friend, opera and Broadway singer (started as first baritone at the Music Hall, star of "The Most Happy Fella").

General note

Subject is a wardrobe mistress.
Box 220

Andrea . 1975 September 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 302

Eamon Andrews . 1955 July 29.

Scope and Content

Script for the first in the English program series.
Box 63

Dana Andrews . 1972 October 30.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: John Gavin, actor; Harold Russell, actor.

General note

Subject is a film star.
Box 224

Major Daniel Angel . 1958 February 10.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Subject is a film producer who suffers from Polio.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 63

Ann-Margret . 1971 May 13.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Allan Carr, producer; George Sidney, movie producer and director; Roger Smith, actor.

General note

Subject is a stage and film star.
Box 224

Colonel Mike Ansell . 1960 March 28.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Subject is a leader of equestrian sport in Britain.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 63

Joseph Anthony . 1956 May 2.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Subject is a teenage Korean refugee.
Box 63

Susan Anton . 1984 March 21.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Dudley Moore, actor and comedian; Fred Silverman, former programming chief at CBS, ABC and NBC.

General note

Subject is an entertainer.
Box 63

Demetros Apostolon . 1953 April 15.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Subject is an airplane crash survivor.
Box 224

Canon Edmund Stephen Arbuthnott . 1959 October 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 63

Richard Arlen . 1961 February 8.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Johnny Benson, Ralph Edwards Productions staff member; Nancy Carroll; actress, movie star; Andy Devine, character actor; Sally Eilers, actress, movie star; A.C. Lyles, movie producer; George O'Brien, actor, movie star; Jack Webb, actor, producer.

General note

Subject is a film star.
Box 63

Cliff Arquette . 1960 October 20.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Mike Arquette, actor, later changed his name to Lewis Arquette and is the father of Rosanna Arquette); Hugh Downs, Announcer for Jack Paar's "The Tonight Show"; Florence Henderson, Actress, singer and TV personality; Alexander King, TV personality, a regular on Jack Paar's "The Tonight Show"; Monroe "Hap" Manning, TV writer ("Laugh-In"); Jack Paar, TV host; Myrtle Vail, Creator, writer and star of radio show "Myrt and Marge".

General note

Subject is a television personality.
Box 236

Cliff Arquette . 1960 October 30.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.
Box 220

Nicki and Mervyn Ashton . 1975 November 21.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 224

Arthur Askey . 1959 September 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes. Subject is a comedian.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

Richard Attenborough . 1962 November 25.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes. Subject is a film producer and director.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

Gladys Aylward . 1963 April 1.

General Physical Description note: script.

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject is a evangelical Christian missionary to China.
Box 63

Lew Ayres . 1956 January 4.

Scope and Content

script. Guests include: Ben Alexander, actor; William "Billy" Bakewell; Don Malmberg, TIYL staff member.

General note

Subject is a film star and decorated World War II Conscientious Objector.
Box 63

Lou Babcock . 1953 November 4.

Scope and Content

script. Guests include: Billy Pierce, star pitcher for the Chicago White Sox.

General note

Subject is a school teacher.
Box 63

Jim Backus . 1958 November 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Henriette Kaye, Wife - actress, sculptor; John Harding, Friend, actor, screenwriter; Jerry Hausner, actor (radio, TV, movies), plays Magoo's nephew Waldo in the cartoons and got Backus the job with UPA - now associate producer of "The Milton Berle Show".

General note

Subject is a radio/film star (Voice of 'Mr. Magoo')
Box 63

Pearl Bailey . 1971 January 12.

Scope and Content

script. Guests include: Bill Bailey, tap dancer; Cab Calloway; Bob Finkel, producer of her TV show; Edgar Hayes, bandleader; Herb Jeffries, Vocalist, owned Flamingo Club in L.A.; Joe Louis, Former heavyweight boxing champion; Lloyd Philips, pianist; Peetney Redman, widow of musical arranger Don Redman; Nobel Sissel, bandleader; Ethel Waters, actress and singer.

General note

Subject is a singer.
Box 224

John Logie Baird . 1957 October 28.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject was a Scottish engineer and inventor of the world's first practical, publicly demonstrated television system, and also the world's first fully electronic colour television tube.
Box 63

Belle Baker . 1955 June 1.

Scope and Content

script. Guests include: Herbert Baker, songwriter and screenwriter; Murray Baker, professional manager of the Robbins Music Publishing Company; Eddie Cantor, entertainer; Gerald Marks, songwriter; Tony Martin, singer, actress; Sophie Tucker, singer, vaudevillian; Dora Weissmanactress, former singing comedienne in vaudeville; now plays part of Mrs. Herman on "The Goldbergs."

General note

Subject is a singer.
Box 63

Capt. Devere Frank Baker . 1959 December 10.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Subject is a Mormon adventurer who sailed a raft to Hawaii.
Box 236

Capt. DeVere Frank Baker . 1959 December 10.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.

General note

Subject is a Mormon adventurer who sailed a raft to Hawaii.
Box 224

Arthur Baldwin . 1962 October 16.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject was a director of the Great Western Railway.
Box 224

Dick Bancroft . 1960 November 28.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Ron Barassi . 1977 April 18.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 224

Captain David Barclay . 1960 February 29.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

John Barclay . 1959 November 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

Father Maria Barelli . 1961 October 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

Evelyn Bark, O.B.E. . 1966 December 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject worked for the British Red Cross during and after World War II running a service to reunite people with lost friends and relatives, including survivors of the Belsen concentration camp.
Box 81

Billy Barty . 1960 March 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes. Guests include: Billy Curtis, "little person" actor; Spike Jones, Friend, comedy bandleader, actor, TV host; Barty was part of his group; Jerry Maren, "Little person", actor; plays chef "Little Oscar" for the Oscar Mayer Company; Tenor (opera star, concert singer, TV star), close friend; hosted "Ford Festival" TV show 1951-52 on which Barty appeared; Mickey Rooney, Movie star, friend of almost 30 years (Barty joined the cast of the "Mickey McGuire" comedies starring Rooney in 1929); Brent Wilson, Friend, manager.

General note

Subject is a film/television star, and is a little person.
Box 81

Anne Baxter . 1972 September 12.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes Guests include: Bette Davis, movie star, friend; appeared together in "All About Eve"; Penny Fuller, Actress; Larry Kasha, Broadway producer; Mary Lawrence, Friend and actress; Max Showalter, Friend, actor, songwriter.

General note

Subject is a film star.
Box 224

Tom Beaks . 1962 January 22.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
 

Andrew Begay . 1950 May 23.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a World War II Navajo code talker.

General note

Episode no. 68.
Box 217

Andrew Begay . 1950 May 23.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Subject is a World War II Navajo code talker.
Box 224

Stephen Behan . 1962 November 19.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 81

Rene Belbenoit . 1955 May 4.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes Guests include: Carroll Young, screen writer.

General note

Subject escaped from Devil's Island.
Box 224

David Bell . 1957 December 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Richie Benaud . 1975 October 17.

General note

Australian episode
Box 81

Johnny Bench . 1972 September 16.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Baseball players Pat Corrales, Fred Kendall; Bobby Goldsboro, singer; Gloria Loring, singer, and Don Zimmer, San Diego Padres baseball manager.

General note

Subject is a baseball player.
Box 221

William Bendix . 1955 November 9.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film/radio/television star.
Box 221

Rolf Benirschke . 1983 January 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a football player.

Scope and Content

Guests include: football players Charlie Joiner, Louie Kelcher, and Ed Luther.
Box 221

Hugh Bentley . 1958 May 14.

Scope and Content

Citizen against vice-hometown clean up.
Box 221

Milton Berle . 1956 June 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television comedian.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Ben Grauer, radio and TV announcer; Irving Gray, personal manager and executive producer; Jerry Lewis, Comedian, actor ; Dean Martin, Comedian, singer; Jan Murray, Comedian, friend, star of TV's "Dollar A Second; Lillian Roth, singer; Elizabeth Kennedy, first professional partner; Phil Silvers, actor, comedian.
Box 221

Herschel Bernardi . 1971 July 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film/stage star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Lola Albright, actress; Fay Bernardi, sister, character actress; Jack Bernardi, brother, actor, author, songwriter; Helen Beverly, actress; Roger Bowen, actor; Mike Buchanan, CBS Publicity Director; Sue Ann Langdon, actress; Boris Sagal, TV director; Craig Stevens, actor.
Box 221

Sara Berner . 1952 December 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is a radio, film and television star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Jack Benny, comedian; Spike Jones, comedy bandleader, actor, TV host; June Robbins, singer.
Box 224

Acker Bilk . 1962 April 16.

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject is a clarinetist and jazz musician, who had a huge hit with a recording of his own composition Stranger on the Shore.
Box 221

Gene Biscailuz . 1953 February 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Los Angeles County sheriff.
Box 224

Stanley Bishop . 1959 December 14.

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject is a Fleet Street crime reporter.
Box 221

Bill Bixby . 1971 September 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Brenda Benet Bixby, wife, actress; Brandon Cruz, actor; Jim Henerson, TV and film writer; Charles Jones, Hollywood songwriter; James Komack, producer; Dinah Shore, singer; Miyoshi Umeki, actress; Dick Valentine, actor; Ray Walston, actor; William Windom, actor.
Box 221

Harry Blackstone . 1960 March 9.

Scope and Content

Subject is a magician.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Aubrey, slight-of-hand artist; Edgar Bergen, Ventriloquist, actor; vaudeville, radio star, started as magician.
Box 220

Harold Blair . 1976 April 29.

General note

Australian episode
Box 221

Janet Blair . 1959 May 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Raymond and Royce Blackburn (Blackburn Twins), dancers, comedians, night club entertainers; Richard Eastham, Actor, singer; co-star in "South Pacific"; Nick Mayo, husband, Broadway producer; John Raitt, Singer, Broadway star; Esther Williams, movie star, famous swimmer.
Box 236

Janet Blair . 1959 May 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Guests include: Raymond and Royce Blackburn (the Blackburn Twins), dancers, comedians, night club entertainesr; their act with subject was named Billboard's Best New Nightclub Act of 194; Richard Eastham, actor, singer; Nick Mayo, husband, Broadway producer; John Raitt, singer, Broadway star; Esther Williams, movie star, famous swimmer.
Box 224

Reginald Blanchford . 1959 February 23.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 221

Mel Blanc . 1984 February 1.

Scope and Content

Subject does cartoon voices.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Chuck Jones, friend, animator, director; Milt Josefsberg, TV writer, producer; was writer for "The Jack Benny Show"; Rich Little, Friend, comedian, voice actor.
Box 221

Lt. Edward N. Bliss Jr. . 1957 April 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a public defender.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Henry Greenburg, TV producer; William Rousseau, Producer of TV's "The Jane Wyman Show"; Donald S. Sanford, TV writer.
Box 224

Mrs. "Freddy" Bloom . 1958 December 1.

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject is a journalist and author. THIS IS YOUR LIFE - ‘Freddy’ Bloom, journalist and author, was surprised by Eamonn Andrews at London’s Playhouse Theatre. Freddy was interned in Japanese prison camps for three and a half years during the second world war.
Following the war, Freddy gave birth to a daughter born profoundly deaf possibly due to the malnutrition she had suffered in the Japanese camps. She subsequently devoted her life to the needs of deaf children, supporting a small society which later became the National Deaf Children’s Society.
Box 221

Ann Blyth . 1959 April 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Dennis Day, singer, actor, comedian; Jane (Mrs. Ken Errair) Withers, Actress (TV and movies), former child star.
Box 224

Professor Tom Bodkin . 1960 March 14.

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject was an Irish lawyer, art historian, art collector and curator.
Bodkin was Director of the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin from 1927 to 1935 and founding Director of the Barber Institute of Fine Arts in Birmingham from 1935 until 1952, where he acquired the nucleus of the collection described by The Observer as "the last great art collection of the twentieth century".
Box 221

Frank L. Bogart . 1960 November 30.

Scope and Content

Subject is a railroad conductor.
Box 221

Dr. George Foote Bond . 1955 June 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is a country doctor in the U.S. Navy.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Bob Thomas, Hollywood columnist for Associated Press.
Box 217

Elizabeth "Betty" Boon . 1949 April 19.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script and audio

General note

Subject is an aspiring TWA hostess. Radio program.
Box 221

Pat Boone . 1971 July 30.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Perry Como, singer actor; Don Murray, Actor, director of "The Cross and the Switchblade"; Randy Wood, founder of Dot Records.
Box 224

Baron Boothby . 1963 October 14.

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject was a controversial Conservative MP for East Aberdeenshire. His tribute includes a recorded message from Noel Coward.
Box 221

Ernest Borgnine . 1956 October 24.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Jerry Lewis, actor, comedian, Robert Porterfield, director of the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, VA; Fred Zinneman, director.
Box 236

Ernest Borgnine . 1956 October 24.

Scope and Content

Annotated script. Subject is a film and television star.
Box 221

Charles Boswell . 1960 June 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a blind golfer.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Bob Hope, entertainer.
Box 221

Georgia Bowen . 1956 September 26.

Scope and Content

Subject founded a foster home for handicapped children.
Box 221

Stephen Boyd . 1960 February 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Lawrence Beatty, actor; Morgan Hudgins, MGM Public Relations expert; Walter Lang, movie producer and director; Sir Michael Redgrave, actor; Bill Smith, 20th Century-Fox PR man; Joseph Tomelty, Irish character actor.
Box 220

Jack Brabham . 1976 April 23.

General note

Australian episode
Box 221

Colonel Ruby Bradley . 1954 February 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Army nurse in World War II Philippines.
Box 221

General Omar Bradley . 1971 October 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a World War II general.
Box 236

Colonel Ruby Bradley . 1954 February 10.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.
Box 221

Gladys Feldman Braham . 1957 October 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is an ex-Ziegfeld girl. Guests include: ex-Ziegfeld girls Flo Hart, Polly Bowman, Juliette Chenault, Anita Gordon, Evelyn Haynes, Mignon Hopper, Elizabeth Lamont, Paula Lamont, Alma Moore, Violet Phillips, Judy Post, June Blane Ruenick, Barbara Sarnoff, Annette Tanner, Rosemary Sinnott Timberg; Annette Herbert Rueff, former showgirl; Norma Terris, Actress, singer; Follies star in 1919; Billie Burke, Actress, widow of Florenz Ziegfeld; Ed Wynn, actor, comedian.
Box 221

Dr. Dennis Branch . 1958 February 5.

Box 217

Patricia Braun . 1949 February 1.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script and audio

General note

Subject is a department store sales clerk. Radio broadcast.
Box 221

Rossano Brazzi . 1960 April 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Guests include: Mitzi Gaynor, actress; Jean Negulesco, film director.
Box 113

Ernest Breech . 1956 November 14.

General note

Subject is a Ford Motors executive.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Henry Ford, II, Owner of Ford Motor Company.
Box 113

Walter Brennan . 1955 March 27.

General note

Subject is a film/television star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Carl Barr, worked in Universal Pictures casting office; Glenn Ford, actor; Eleanor Powell, actress; John West, NBC Vice President in charge of the Pacific Division.
Box 236

Walter Brennan . 1955 March 30.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 113

Frank Brocato . 1960 June 22.

General note

Subject is the chief collector for Marineland of the Pacific.
Box 113

James Brolin . 1971 April 8.

General note

Subject is a television star.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Jane Brolin, wife and assistant casting director for "Batman"; William "Bill" Castle, film producer and director; Chad Everett, actor; Rosie Grier, former pro football player; David Victor, Creator and Executive Producer of "Marcus Welby, M.D."; Tony Joe White, singer.
Box 220

June Bronhill . 1975 September 5.

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Shelton Brooks . 1950 May 16.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script and audio

General note

Subject is a song writer. Radio broadcast.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Wolfe Gilbert, songwriter; George Jessel, stage and screen star, 20th Century Fox motion picture producer; Gene Schwartz, songwriter; Sophie Tucker Sophie Tucker, singer.
Box 113

Joe E. Brown . 1954 November 3.

General note

Subject is a film star and comedian.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Cleve Hermann, NBC-TV's Sports Director for KRCA in Hollywood.
Box 224

Madame Anne Brusselmans . 1957 November 25.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

Dora Bryan . 1962 April 2.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 217

Billy Bryant . 1949 October 13.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script and audio. Guests include: Mack Francis, friend; actor, vaudevillian; Van Alen James, Hollywood theatrical producer; Myra Cutler Keaton, mother of Buster Keaton; James W. McMasters, Hollywood theatrical producer.

General note

Subject is a showboat captain. Radio broadcast.
Box 220

Vivian Bulwinkel . 1977 April 15.

General note

Australian episode
Box 113

Zaddie Bunker . 1959 February 25.

General note

Subject is a great-grandmother pilot.
Box 220

Dave Burchell . 1976 February 12.

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Ruby Burford . 1949 October 19.

General note

Subject is a small town telephone operator.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Alfred E. Lyon, Chairman of the Board of Philip Morris.
Box 224

Bella Burge . 1958 October 20.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 217

Billie Burke . 1950 February 1-8.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script,research notes and audio

General note

Subject is a stage/film/radio and television star. Radio broadcast. Guests include: Ethel Barrymore, friend and actress; Polly Moran, silent film actress; James F. Reilly, friend and Executive Director of the League of New York Theatres; Will Rogers, stage and movie star, cowboy humorist, social commentator; Eddie Dowling, Follies performer; Ruth Etting, Jazz Age singing star; Gilda Gray, friend, singer, dancer, actress; June Knight, singer and actress; Helen Morgan, Jazz Age torch singer, actress; Jack Pearl, dialect comic; Will Rogers, Jr.; John Steele, singer; Norma Terris, friend, singer and Broadway star.
Box 113

Robert "Bob" J. Burke . 1972 August 31.

General note

Subject is a policeman.
Box 220

Sharon Burley . 1977 May 20.

General note

Australian episode
Box 113

George Burns . 1955 September 28.

General note

Subject is a vaudeville and television star. Guests include: Gracie Allen, wife; Jack Benny, comedian; Jackie Cooper, actor; Sid Gary, singer; George Jessel, producer, actor, toastmaster; Billy Lorraine, singer.
Box 224

Father Paul Burrough, MBE . 1963 November 25.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Don Burrows . 1976 May 13.

General note

Australian episode
Box 224

Matt Busby . 1958 January 6.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

David Butler . 1962 March 5.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

William Butler . 1960 November 10.

General note

Subject is an Assistant Chief Ranger - Mt. Ranier National Park.
Box 224

W.E. "Billy" Butlin, M.B.E. . 1959 September 21.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Ruth Buzzi . 1970 November 25.

General note

Subject is a television star and comedienne. Guests include: Dom DeLuise, comic actor; Arte Johnson, actor; Gene Kelly, dancer; Dick Martin, host of TV show "Laugh-In"; Dan Rowan, host of TV show "Laugh-In"; Marlo Thomas, actress; Rudy Vallee, singer, bandleader, radio and movie star.
Box 224

Max Bygraves . 1961 September 4.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Lorna Byrne . 1976 May 20.

General note

Australian episode
Box 113

Sammy Cahn . 1983 September 28.

General note

Subject is a song writer. Guests include: Patty Andrews, one of the Andrews Sisters; Paul Anka, singer, songwriter; Saul Chaplin, first collaborator, later movie musical director and associate producer; Marvin Cole, manager.
Box 224

Lieutenant Commander Timothy John Cain . 1961 November 29.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 224

Mr. Francis Cammaerts . 1958 April 28.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Roy Campanella . 1958 October 1.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a paralyzed baseball player. Guests include: Walt Alston, manager of the LA Dodgers; Leo Durocher, baseball player; Gil Hodges, baseball player; Willie Mays, baseball player; Don Newcombe, baseball player; Pee Wee Reese, baseball player; Judge Henry Ughetta, baseball executive, member of Dodgers' Board of Directors; Bill Wright, baseball player.
Box 113

Eddie Cantor . 1953 December 23.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a film star and comedian. Guests include: Keefe Brasselle, actor; Bobby Breen, singer, former child actor; Jimmy Durante, comedian, actor; Eddie Fisher, singer; George Jessel, producer, actor, toastmaster; George Price, actor, singer; Sidney Skolsky, film producer; Gus Van, comedian.
Box 217

Sam Canzona . 1949 April 19.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, research notes and audio

General note

Subject is an Italian organ grinder. Radio broadcast from Chicago, IL.
Box 224

Jo Capka, D.F.M. . 1958 September 29.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Frank Capra . 1959 June 10.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a film director. Guests include: Samuel Briskin, Vice President in charge of production for Columbia Pictures; Eddie Hodges, child actor; Carolyn Jones, actress; Emile Lavigne, make up man; Edward G. Robinson, actor; Turner Shelton, Director of Motion Pictures for the United States Information Agency; Dubb Taylor, actor; Joseph Walker, cameraman (invented Electro-Zoomar); John West, NBC Vice President.
Box 113

The Carpenters (Muscial Group) . 1970 December 23.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

The subjects are brother and sister recording artists. Guests include: Herb Alpert, Head of A & M Records; Burt Bacharach, songwriter; Gary Sims and Doug Strawn, band members.
Box 217

Bridgett Carr . 1948 December 14.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, research notes, audio

General note

Radio broadcast. Guests include: Joe Pasternak, motion picture producer; Norman Taurog, motion picture director.
Box 224

Major Richard Carr-Gomm . 1957 November 4.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Leo Carrillo . 1959 April 15.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a stage/film/television star with ancestral ties to the history of California. Guests include: E. J. "Jack" Carrillo, brother, builder of New York World's Fair and Idlewild Airport in NYC; Stu Erwin, actor; Helen Ferguson, actress; William Gaxton, Broadway comedian; Gale Gordon, actress; Axel Gruenberg, TIYL Producer; Duncan Renaldo, actor; Will Rogers, Jr., actor.
Box 224

Mrs. Alfred Abeles . 1963 January 14.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Vikki Carr . 1971 October 27.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a singer. Guests include: The Chaparrales, mariachi group; Tony Bennett, singer; Pepe Callahan, actor.
Box 224

Barbara Cartland . 1958 March 24.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Johnny Cash . 1971 February 18.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a singer. Guests include: Dr. Billy Graham, minister and evangelist.
Box 224

Donald Currie Caskie . 1959 August 24.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Joan Caulfield . 1952 October 15.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a model and film and stage actress. Guests include: F. Hugh Herbert, playwright; Nina Leen, photographer; Frank Ross, husband, producer-director.
Box 113

Carol Channing . 1971 March 11.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a film/stage star. Guests include: James Beard, actor; Paul Berne, actor; Sid Caesar, actor, comedian; Richard Crowley, actor; David Evans, actor; George Fenneman, TV personality; Charles Gaynor, writer of theatrical revue "Lend an Ear" in which Channing first appeared on Broadway; Joe Helms, actor; Anita Loos, friend, author of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"; Charles Lowe, husband, TV producer, writer, and her manager; James N. Maher, actor; David Merrick, Broadway producer; Bibi Osterwald, actress; Alice Playten, actress; Lowell Purvis, actress; Vincent Sardi, restaurant owner; Oliver Smith, producer and scenic designer; Julie Styne, composer; Ronald Young, actor.
Box 225

Mr. "Dapper" Channon . 1958 February 24.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

"Freddie" Spencer Chapman, D.S.O. . 1963 December 23.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Ian Chappell . 1976 October 29.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Eddie Charlton . 1976 November 11.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 113

Dave Chasen . 1961 June 2.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a restauranteur. Guests include: Billy Barty, actor; Billy Grady, retired executive in charge of talent for MGM; Morris Green, Broadway producer; Mervyn LeRoy, movie producer and director; Fred MacMurray, actor; June Haver, actress; Jerry Maren, "Little person", actor; Pat O'Brien, actor; Charlie Ruggles, actor; Jane Wyman, actress.
Box 220

Gordon Chater . 1976 September 3.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 225

Group Captain Leonard Cheshire, VC, DFO, DFC . 1960 September 19.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Charlie Chester . 1961 April 17.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

James Chipperfield . 1961 February 27.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Arthur Christianses . 1957 October 21.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Dr. Caleb Chu . 1958 December 17.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a Chinese doctor in Kentucky.
Box 236

Dr. Caleb Chu . 1958 December 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Chinese doctor in Kentucky.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 113

Dick Clark . 1959 June 3.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Subject is a disc jockey. Guests include: Fabian, singer; Frankie Avalon, singer; Connie Francis, singer; Tony Mammarella, producer of "American Bandstand"; David (Ross) Seville, creator of "The Chipmunks" (real name Ross Bagdasarian); Andy Williams, singer.
Box 220

Ron Clarke . 1976 October 15.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 225

T.E.B. Clarke . 1960 October 31.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

General Mark Clark . 1955 April 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Army general. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 225

Petula Clark . 1964 January 20.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 235

Jan Clayton . 1957 April 27.

General Physical Description note: 1 folder

Scope and Content

Includes script and research notes.
Box 225

Tubby Clayton . 1958 February 3.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 113

Billie Clevenger . 1952 November 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is an NBC telephone operator. Includes: script; research notes.

Scope and Content

Guests include: "Fibber McGee" (Jim Jordan) and "Mollie McGee" (Marian Jordan), radio and television actors; Billie Burke, actress; Jimmy Durante, actor, comedian; Bob Hope, entertainer.
Box 113

Charles Coburn . 1960 June 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Cedric Hardwicke, actor; Roy Neal, interviewer with NBC's "Today" show; Ronald Reagan, actor, former President of the Screen Actors Guild; Robert Young, actor.
Box 220

Madge Cockburn . 1976 January 13.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 113

Frank T. Coffyn . 1953 March 4.

Scope and Content

Subject is an aviation pioneer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Ed "Strangler" Lewis, former professional wrestler.
Box 225

Sir Brunel Cohen, K.B.E. . 1961 April 24.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Harriet Cohen, C.B.E. . 1959 February 9.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Nat "King" Cole . 1959 December 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Natalie "Sweetie" Cole, daughter; Carlos Gastel, personal manager; Bob Lewis (Lubitz), owner of Swanee Inn (Hollywood night spot); Glenn Wallichs, President of Capitol Records.
Box 228

Marva Collins . 1984 February 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is an educator. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 228

Henry Clay Conner . 1956 January 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is a war hero. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 228

Lenore Conn . 1961 February 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a ham radio operator. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: MacDonald Carey, actor; Joe Conn, husband, NBC TV Technical Director who does TIYL; Roy Neal, NBC news producer and correspondent; Robert Purcell, President of Crowell-Collier Broadcasting Company and General Manager of radio station KFWB in L.A.;
Box 225

Sir Learie Constantine . 1963 March 21.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Russ Conway . 1959 December 7.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Tim Conway . 1987 August 26.

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedian and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Steve Allen, TV personality; Ernie Anderson, voice actor, announcer, voice of "The Love Boat"; Ernest Borgnine, actor; Carol Burnett, actress; star of "The Carol Burnett Show"; Harvey Korman, actor; Steve Lawrence, actor; Jack Riley, actor; Sally Struthers, actress; Phil Weltman, personal agent.
Box 228

Jackie Coogan . 1971 December 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a child film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Frank Condron, Representative of the Rosemary Awards Association (fans of silent movies); Sherill Corwin, Owner of Orpheum Theatre; Jimmy Cross, business manager; Sidney Lanfield, director of most "Addams Family" TV episodes; Babe London, silent film star; Eddie Norris, actor; Dick Winslow, former child star.
Box 295, Folder 5

Gary Cooper . 1959.

Scope and Content

Research material: 16 page New York Times supplement devoted to a single motion picture, "They Came to Cordura."
Box 217

Merian Cooper . 1949 March 11.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a film director and producer. Includes: script, research notes and audio. Guests include: John R. Alison, former Flying Tiger with subject in China; Fred Astaire, actor, dancer, singer; Ginger Rogers, actress, dancer; Fay Wray, actress.

General note

Radio broadcast
Box 225

Ronnie Corbett . 1970 March 29.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Vivian Cosby . 1953 June 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a magician and writer. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 228

Lou Costello . 1956 November 21.

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedian and film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Bud Abbott, partner, comedian; Eddie Devine, used to run parking lot at MGM Studios; Eddie Sherman, business manager.
Box 225

Charles Coward . 1960 October 24.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 297, Folder 1

Tom Creamer . 1960.

Scope and Content

Correspondence regarding the potential show subject.
Box 228

Richard Crenna . 1971 December 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is a radio, film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Eve Arden, actress; Walter Brennan, Academy Award winning actor, with subject on TV's "The Real McCoys"; Edith Crenna, mother, owns and manages Stephens Hotel, 8th and Flower in L.A.; Clem Glass, original MC of subject's first radio show "Boy Scout Jamboree" on L.A. station KFI; Gale Gordon, actor; Jo Ann Pflug, actress; Robert Wise, film producer/director.
Box 229

Scatman Crothers . 1984 May 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is an entertainer and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: musicians, Red Calendar, Kenny Dennis, Marty Harris, Phil Harris; Nappy Lamar, bandleader on the "Dixie Showboat" TV show.
Box 229

Robert Cummings . 1956 April 4.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Mary Elliott (Mrs. Robert) Cummings, former MGM starlet; Ann B. Davis, actress; Manny Frank, and manager of movie star Vivian Blaine.
Box 225

George "Tommy" Cummins, DCM . 1962 December 17.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Sir Adrian Curlewis . 1975 November 28.

Scope and Content

script; research notes
Box 225

Finlay Currie . 1963 January 28.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 229

Ken Curtis . 1971 December 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Amanda Blake, actress, plays "Miss Kitty" on "Gunsmoke"; Walt Cunningham, astronaut on first manned Apollo flight; Larry Mahan, rodeo rider; All Around Cowboy Champion of the World five times in a row; Andy McLaglen, TV director; Milburn Stone, actor, plays "Doc" on "Gunsmoke"; Glenn Strange, actor, plays "Sam the bartender" on "Gunsmoke"; Buck Taylor, actor; plays "Newly" on "Gunsmoke".
Box 220

Betty Cuthbert . 1976 February 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 113

Nacio Herb Brown . 1951 April 28.

General note

Subject is a composer.

Scope and Content

Guests include: Carter De Haven, Producer of the "Carter De Haven Fancies" at the Hollywood Music Box in 1926; L. Wolfe Gilbert, songwriter and lyricist; Ramon Navarro, Actor, movie star; Lillian Roth, actress, singer.
Box 220

June Dally-Watkins . 1976 January 16.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Fred Daly . 1976 August 27.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 225

Zena Dare . 1963 March 11.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject was an English singer and actress who was famous for her performances in Edwardian musical comedy and other musical theatre and comedic plays in the first half of the 20th century.
Box 229

Captain Roy Milton Davenport . 1954 October 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is a U.S. Navy Submariine Commander, and the winner of five Navy Crosses. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 229

Danny Davey . 1958 December 24.

Scope and Content

Subject is a UPS driver who aids Native Americans. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 225

Arthur Davies . 1962 January 29.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 229

Bette Davis . 1971 February 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Benny Baker, comedian; Victor Buono, actor; Olivia de Havilland, actress; Edith Head, costume designer; Barbara Heller, impressionist, TV and night club performer; Paul Henreid, actor; Sally Hutchinson, her stand-in for 35 movies, starting in 1933; Ted Kent, film editor of her first movie, "The Bad Sister"; Lou Morheim, producer of her latest movie, "Madame Sin"; Jay Robinson, actor, ex-con (narcotics) Davis has helped; Robert Wagner, actor, executive producer and co-star of her latest movie, "Madame Sin"; William Wyler, Academy Award winning director; directed subject in "Jezebel".
Box 229

Ruth Davis . 1957 May 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is the mother of Bette Davis. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 236

Ruth Davis . 1957 May 15.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Smoky Dawson . 1976 February 19.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Beth Dean . 1976 July 30.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 229

Ronnie Deauville . 1957 November 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer who is also a victim of polio. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Tex Benecke, musician; Larry Finley, radio and TV personality (KFWB, KABC and KTLA-TV); Henry Miller, executive with General Artists Corporation (talent agency).
Box 229

Don Defore . 1953 May 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guets include: Ozzie and Harriet Nelson.
Box 229

Doctor Lee De Forest . 1957 May 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is an inventor and scientist. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Dr. Allen B. Du Mont, television pioneer, inventor, Chairman of the Board of DuMont Television; Eugenia Farrar, claimed to be first person in history to have her voice broadcast by radio, October 1907.
Box 229

Dom DeLuise . 1983 November 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Ruth Buzzi, actress; L.A. Rams cheerleeders Janet Cournoyer, Christy Curtis, Mary Gehr, Julie Gray; Colin Higgins, writer and director ("Nine to Five", "Harold & Maude"); Burt Reynolds, actor; Dick Van Patten, actor.
Box 229

Jack Dempsey . 1957 January 16.

Scope and Content

Subject was the World Heavyweight champion. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: boxers Georges Carpentier, Luis Firpo ("Wild Bull of the Pampas"), Fred Fulton, John Sudenberg; George Florey, Public Relations director for Dempsey Enterprises; Max Waxman, business manager.
Box 236

Jack Dempsey . 1957 January 16.

Scope and Content

Subject was the World Heavyweight champion.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 229

Andy Devine . 1955 February 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a cowboy, comedian and film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Richard Arlen, actor; Frank Ferrin, producer of subject's new TV show "Andy's Gang"; Norris "Tuffy" Goff, played Abner of radio's "Lum and Abner".
Box 217

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Devine . 1949 May 17.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Golden wedding anniversary celebration. Includes: script, research notes and audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 220

Bruce Devlin . 1976 November 1.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 229

Phyllis Diller . 1971 January 26.

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedienne. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Dan Broom, President of Brentwood-San Vicente Assn; Don DeFore, actor, former Honorary Mayor of Brentwood; Ward Donovan, husband, actor; Hank Grant, Hollywood columnist; Bob Hope, entertainer; Ken Padvine, first Vice President of Brentwood-San Vicente Assn; Keith Rockwell, owner of The Purple Onion night club in San Francisco.
Box 220

Sir Lorimer Dods . 1976 January 22.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 229

Marion Domenicali . 1955 December 28.

Scope and Content

Story of an adoption struggle. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 229

Judge Burch Donahue . 1961 March 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a judge who is also a polio victim. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 225

Val Doonican . 1970 April 22.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode. Subject is an Irish singer and entertainer.
Box 229

Fifi D'Orsay . 1953 March 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a stage and film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Howard Deighton, member of Hollywood Victory Committee during World War II; Bennett Green, actor; Dorothy Mackaill, actress, movie star from silent era; Will Rogers, Jr., actor.
Box 220

Donald Dunstan . 1977 June 28.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 295, Folder 1

Durante, Jimmy

Scope and Content

Includes scripts and research material. The program was never produced.
Box 220

Slim Dusty . 1976 March 4.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Katherine Edelman . 1949 February 15.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is an Irish immigrant who writes greeting card verses. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 217

Captain Edward Ellsberg . 1950 January 25.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a Navy salvage expert. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 220

Pauline English . 1976 September 10.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Johnny Famechon . 1976 June 25.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 236

Frances Farmer . 1958 January 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star who suffered from a nervous breakdown.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Willie Fennell . 1976 May 5.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 236

Lou Ferrigno . 1983 October 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star and bodybuilder. Guests include: Bill Bixby, actor.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 218

Panorama Finale . 1949 June 14.

Scope and Content

script; research notes
Box 220

Minnie Fitzgibbon . 1977 March 1.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 236

Tennessee Ernie Ford . 1956 December 12.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and recording star. Guests include: Cliffie Stone, his manager, Western bandleader, radio and TV star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 229

Hal Foster . 1954 April 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is the "Prince Valiant" comic strip artist. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Brian Aherne, actor; Charles F. Armstrong, fellow artist at Palenske-Young; does the lettering on "Prince Valiant" comic strip; Robert Jacks, film producer; Bradley Kelly, Vice President of King Features Syndicate; Janet Leigh, actress; Victor McLaglen, actor; Sydney Metcalfe, artist; Terry Moore, artist; Joseph H. Neebe, Vice President of Campbell-Ewald Advertising Agency; Debra Paget, actress; Paul Proehl, animator; Robert Wagner, actor.
Box 229

Connie Francis . 1961 January 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Dick Clark, TV personality; Bobby Darin, singer, actor; Arnold Maxin, President of MGM Records; Juliet Prowse, actress, dancer; Gil Roden, television producer; George Scheck, business manager.
Box 229

Arthur Franz . 1953 April 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 229

William Frawley . 1961 January 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Lucille Ball, actress; Tim Considine, actor; Don Fedderson, producer of TV show "My Three Sons"; Don Grady, actor; Fred Haney, general manager of Los Angeles Angels (newest American League baseball team); Erskine Johnson, Hollywood columnist for the Newspaper Enterprises Association; Eugenie Leontovich, actress; Stanley Livingston, actor; Fred MacMurray, actor; Walter Meyer, his agent; Edna Louise Mueller, ex-wife and former vaudeville partner.
Box 229

Joe Frazier . 1971 July 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a World Heavyweight Champion. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: boxers Muhammad Ali , Hans Huber, Archie Moore, Sugar Ray Robinson; Jack Stevenson, sportswriter with Associated Press; Jim Murray, sportswriter with L.A. Times; Tom Hawkins, former basketball player, now sportscaster with KNBC-TV, L.A.; Bud Furillo, Sports Editor of L.A. Herald Examiner; Yancey "Yank" Durham, manager; Eamonn Andrews, host of English TIYL.
Box 225

Harold French . 1970 May 13.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 229

Admiral Samuel Fuqua . 1958 December 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Pearl Harbor hero. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 229

Guy Gabaldon . 1957 June 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Marine war hero. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 217

Joe Galbreath . 1949 April 12.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is an Oklahoma rancher. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Cal Tinney, Western humorist (radio, movies, newspaper columns); has NBC TV show "Stop Me If You've Heard This One" out of NYC - also worked on "Oologah Oozings"; Jimmy Wakely, singer, actor, cowboy star; Dal Walker, cowboy.

General note

Radio broadcast
Box 229

Dr. George H. Gale . 1957 March 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a country doctor. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Bill Leyden, host of TV's "It Could Be You".
Box 229

James Garner . 1958 June 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Richard Bare, film director, one of the directors of subject's TV show "Maverick" - hired subject for small parts in TV show "Cheyenne"; Jack Bumgarner, brother, was baseball player, former pitcher with Pittsburgh Pirates; Jack Casey, Warner Brothers publicity man; Paul Gregory, stage and movie producer; Elmer Holloway, NBC photographer; Jack Kelly, actor; Bill Leyden, host of TV's "It Could Be You", summer replacement for TIYL; William T. Orr, Executive producer for Warner Brothers Television Division; Fran Wood, TIYL staffer.
Box 220

Rocky Gattellari . 1977 July 29.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Jock Geddes . 1976 July 2.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Jack Geene . 1949 June 7.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is an Episcopal minister fighting multiple sclerosis. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 229

Kathy Lee Gifford . 1993 November 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a talk show host, and singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Lennon Sisters, singing group; Ralph Edwards, Larry Gatlin, Country singer; with subject on TV's "Hee Haw"; Sam Haskell, agent; Regis Philbin, TV personality; Neil Sedaka, musician and songwriter; Chris Tardio, Producer on "Good Morning America".
Box 217

Emma Crooks Gilbert . 1950 April 12.

Scope and Content

Subject is a minister's wife. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 229

Emma Crooks Gilbert . 1950 April 12.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a minister's wife. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 217

Wolfe Gilbert . 1949 January 18.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a song writer. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Harry Akst, songwriter ("Am I Blue?", "Dinah"); Abel Baer, songwriter, with subject co-wrote "Lucky Lindy" (before Lindbergh left on flight) and "My Mother's Eyes"; Gene Buck, former president of ASCAP; Eddie Cantor, entertainer; Al Comparte, music publisher; Walda Donaldson, widow of late composer Walter Donaldson; Mabel (Mrs. Nick Campbell) Wayne, composed music for "Ramona" (subject wrote lyric).
Box 229

Hermione Gingold . 1961 April 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is an English comedienne of the stage, film and television. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Jack Benny, comedian; Walter Crisham, actor; Morton Da Costa, film director ("The Music Man" in which subject appears); Billie De Wolfe, actor (Broadway, movies, TV, supper clubs), co-starred with subject in "John Murray Anderson's Almanac" on Broadway; Roy Dean, actor; Gretchen Franklin, actress; Charles Hickman, stage director ("Sweet & Low" was his first directorial assignment in London theatre); Stephen Joseph, son, director of the Theatre-in-the-Round in England.
Box 236

Hermione Gingold . 1961 April 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is an English comedienne of the stage, film and television.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 229

Else Giorgi . 1984 May 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a doctor to celebrities and inner-city patients. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Robert Bigonnet, runs La Chardonnay restaurant; James Caan, actor, director; Florence Henderson, actress; Quincy Jones, composer, music producer; Joan Rivers, comedienne; Johnie Scott, member of "Sons of Watts."
Box 229

Edna Gladney . 1953 December 17.

Scope and Content

Subject founded a child adoption home. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Greer Garson, actress.
Box 230

Jimmie Gleason . 1958 January 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Robert Armstrong, actor; Tom Brown, actor; Lou Sherrell, agent.
Box 230

Sadie Glommen . 1958 November 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is the mother of seven in Service. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 217

Marion Robbins Goldwyn . 1949 November 16.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Polio story. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 225

Jack Good . 1970 March 18.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 230

Reverend Clinton Goodwin . 1960 June 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is an ex-convict, now minister. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 230

Ruth Gordon . 1971 September 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Dame Judith Anderson, actress; Beulah Bondi, actress; Bud Cort, actor; Bob Goodfried, Head of publicity for Paramount; Garson Kanin, husband, actor, playwright, producer, director, author; Madge Kennedy, actress - one of Samuel Goldwyn's original five silent movie stars; Raymond Massey, actor; Natalie Wood, actress.
Box 217

Walter Gordon . 1950 April 5.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is the Chairman of the California Adult Authority Board. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Gov. Earl Warren, Governor of California.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 230

Chester Gould . 1958 October 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is the creator of "Dick Tracy." Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: George Florey, advertising executive; Ray Gould, brother, has worked on "Dick Tracy" comic strip with subject since 1945; Don Malmberg, and n McClintock, TIYL staffers; Howard Ross, NBC executive.
Box 230

Billy Graham . 1957 November 13.

Scope and Content

Subject is an evangelist. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Richard Nixon, U.S. Vice President.
Box 220

Stanley Graham . 1977 February 25.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 230

Virginia Graham . 1956 February 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a dancer and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Harry Guttenberg, husband, president of Lewis Guttenberg and Sons, Theatrical Costumers; Jack Housman, Vice Chairman of the Board of the United Cerebral Palsy Association.
Box 230

Johnny Grant . 1960 December 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is the disc jockey, "The Mayor of Hollywood." Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Roscoe Ates , was the original "Sad Sack" of the Armed Forces; Bob Hope, entertainer; Herman Joseph, circus clown with the Mills Brothers Circus; Major Jimmy Lynch, Jr., son of man who owned traveling show (The Jimmy Lynch Death Dodgers) that hired subject as announcer; with Army, works at the Pentagon; Jayne Mansfield, actress; Richard Nixon, U.S. Vice President; Debbie Reynolds, actress; Penny Singleton, actress; Connie Stevens, singer, actress.
Box 220

Al Grassby . 1977 February 4.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 230

Peter Graves . 1971 January 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Peter Maxwell, director of TV show "Whiplash"; Greg Morris, actor; Jack Smight, film and television director.
Box 230

Gilda Gray . 1954 June 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a stage star who is also a tuberculosis victim. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Liberace, entertainer, pianist; Betty Compson, actress; Fifi D'Orsay, actress; W. C. Handy, songwriter; Sophie Tucker, singe.
Box 236

Gilda Gray . 1954 June 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a stage star who is also a tuberculosis victim.

General note

Annotated scripts (2).
Box 217

Sylvan Greene . 1948 December 7.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is the co-pilot of the first plane fired upon at Pearl Harbor. Includes: script, research notes, audio.
Box 230

George Gregory, Jr. . 1955 June 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is the New York City Civil Service Commissioner. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Paul Williams, African-American architect; Sadie Knight, soprano concert singer.
Box 81

Rev. Andy Griffin . 1954 January 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is a former con-man turned minister. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 81

Andy Griffith . 1971 February 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Ken Berry, actor; James Oliver Brown, literary agent for Mac Hyman (author of "No Time for Sergeants"); Hal Cook, former national sales manager for Capitol Records, now publisher of Billboard Magazine; Ron Howard, actor; Elia Kazan, movie director; Sheldon Leonard, television producer; Richard Linke, manager, former Capitol Records promo man who helped sign subject; Jim Nabors, singer, actor; Glenn Wallichs, Head of Capitol Records.
Box 81

Jennie Grossinger . 1954 December 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a resort and hotel operator and philanthropist. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Eddie Cantor, entertainer; Eddie Fisher, singer; Jackie Robinson, African-American baseball player with Brooklyn Dodgers; Father Fred Gehring, famous World War II chaplain - in charge of Catholic missions in China.
Box 217

Hershel Gruenberg . 1949 January 11.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a Republic Pictures employee who is also a polio victim. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Dale Evans, actress; Mort Goodman, Executive with Republic Pictures; members of "Riders of the Purple Sage", Johnny Paul, Darryl Rice, Al Sloey, Foy Willing; Forrest Tucker, actor; Roy Rogers, Western singer and actor.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 217

Robert Gunderson . 1950 January 4.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a blind ham radio operator. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 217

Bob Hagen . 1948 October 19.

Scope and Content

script; research notes
Box 81

Mrs. Betty Hahn . 1960 March 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a mother who overcame adversity. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Herbert Hahn, son, was child actor on Broadway in show "Me and Molly"; Pauline Hahn, daughter, was regular for 10 years on "Horn & Hardart Children's Hour", known as the "Sweetheart of the East Side"; Harry Moss, Vice President of the National Council to Combat Blindness (Fight for Sight).
Box 81

Connie Haines . 1954 February 24.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Fred Allen, legendary comedian (radio, film and TV personality); Tommy Dorsey, bandleader, musician (trombone player); Harry James, bandleader, musician (trumpet player); Peter Potter, TV personality.
Box 236

Connie Haines . 1954 February 24.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Ken G. Hall . 1977 June 21.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 81

Eddie Hamilton . 1955 January 26.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Chicago cab driver. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 217

Maurine Hannah . 1950 February 22.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject was selected by telephone call at random. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 217

Lester Hansen . 1947 October 6.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

"This is Your Life" audition show.
Box 220

Bill Harmon . 1977 June 10.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 81

David Hartman . 1972 August 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: San Francisco Giants Bobby Bonds, Don Carrithers, Tito Fuentes, Al Gallagher, Juan Marichal, Willie McCovey, Sam McDowell, Frank Reberger, Chris Speier, Steve Stone; Horace Stoneham, President of the San Francisco Giants baseball team; Herb Steinberg, Head of public relations for Universal Tours; E. G. Marshall, actor; Jerry Lewis, actor, comedian; Jerry Herman, composer of "Hello, Dolly".
Box 81

Phil Harris . 1957 September 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star and musician. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Jack Benny, comedian; Bob Cobb, owner of Brown Derby; Joe Frisco, comedian; Alice Faye (Mrs. Phil) Harris, actress; radio and movie star; Minna Wallis, former manager, later top movie agent.
Box 81

Randall Harris . 1958 January 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a teacher, and war hero. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 236

Randall Harris . 1958 January 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is a teacher, and war hero.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Rolf Harris . 1977 January 25.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Pro Hart . 1976 August 6.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Jonah Hatfield . 1948 November 16.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a pioneer who participated in the 1893 Oklahoma land rush. Includes:script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 81

Mary Healy . 1953 June 24.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film, stage and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Grace Hayes, famous vaudevillian, singer; Peter Lind Hayes, husband, actor, mimic; Lou Irwin, business manager; Dorothy Lamour, actrress; Audrey Stark, owner of the Star Modeling Agency.
Box 81

J. Harrison Heckman . 1956 February 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Red Cross executive. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Ramond Eaton, Vice President of the American Red Cross; President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Box 81

Van Heflin . 1955 May 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Chief Ben American Horse, head of the Sioux Nation; Don Dillaway, actor; Spike Jones, comedy bandleader, actor, TV host.
Box 220

Sir Robert Helpmann . 1975 September 19.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 81

James B. Hendryx . 1956 May 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Michigan outdoor sportsman. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 81

William Hennessey . 1956 February 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Boston policeman. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 81

Selma Herbert . 1959 December 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a WAC Major. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 236

Selma Herbert . 1959 December 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a WAC Major.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 81

Jean Hersholt . 1954 April 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and radio star, and a humanitarian. Includes; script; research notes. Guests include: Frank Borzage, movie director, former actor; Rosemary DeCamp, actress; Frederick R. Goff, Chief of the Rare Books Division of the Library of Congress; Lilli Anne Leighton, former silent movie star, resident of the Motion Picture Country House; there to represent the many film workers helped by the Motion Picture Relief Fund (subject has been President of the Fund since 1938).
Box 81

Bela Herskovits . 1956 February 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Cantor. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Eddie Cantor, legendary entertainer; Dr. Franz Nagy, Ex-Prime Minister of Hungary; Joseph Pasternak, film producer; Sen. Alexander Smith, U.S. Senator from New Jersey.
Box 236

Cantor Bela Herskovits . 1956 February 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Cantor.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 81

Col. Dean Hess . 1956 October 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a fighter pilot and minister who assisted Korean War orphans. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 81

Charlton Heston

Scope and Content

Subject is an actor and movie star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: David Bradley, film producer; Yakima Canutt, Academy Award winning stunt coordinator; Frazier Heston, son, screenwriter on "Mountain Men"; Walter Seltzer, film producer; Jack Valenti, President of the Motion Picture Association of America; Orson Welles, film director and actor; Dr. L. J. "Jolly" West, Chairman of the Psychiatry Department at UCLA.
Box 81

Conrad Hilton . 1958 June 4.

Scope and Content

Subject is a hotel magnate. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 81

Benny Hochman . 1961 January 5.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Polish displaced person. script; research notes. Guests include: former Presidents of the Hollywood Junior Chamber of Commerce, Lee Francis and Dr. Gil Gagos.
Box 225

Bob Hope . 1970 November 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a comdian and film star. Includes: script; research notes.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 63

Constance Hope . 1957 February 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is a celebrity publicist. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Her Highness, the Begum Aga Khan, French wife of the imam of the Ismaili sect of Shiite Muslims and former prince in India before the British left; Rose Bampton, dramatic soprano with the Metropolitan Opera; Fannie Hurst, writer; Lotte Lehmann, soprano with the Metropolitan Opera; Dr. Arthur Lelyveld, Executive Vice President of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation; Lauritz Melchior, tenor with the Metropolitan Opera; Robert Merrill, baritone, famous for his roles with the Metropolitan Opera; Gregory Ratoff, film director.
Box 63

Robert Horton . 1961 January 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Alan Livingstone, former Vice President in charge of programs for the Pacific Division of NBC, now Vice President of Capitol Records; Allan Miller, Vice President of Revue Studios; Peter Pritchard, Representative of the Leslie Grade Agency (large theatrical booking agency in England); Robert Walker, friend from college (UCLA); was casting director for Revue Productions, brought in subject to test for role on "Wagon Train"; now associate producer in charge of casting at Tandem Productions.
Box 217

Lee Howard . 1950 May 9.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is an adventurer and pioneer. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Robert Ormond Case , famous novelist and short story writer.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 81

Oscar Howe . 1960 April 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Native American artist. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Chief Ben American Horse, Sioux tribal leader; Chief Howard Bad Bear, Sioux (Ogalala) tribal leader; Chief Frank Kicking Bear, Sioux (Minnicounjou) tribal leader; Vincent Price, Actor, art expert, member of the Indian Arts and Crafts Board of the Department of the Interior; Chief John Saul, Sioux (Yanktonai) tribal leader; Chief Iron (Gus) Shell Necklace, Sioux (Brule) tribal leader; Chief Henry Weasel, Sioux (Ogalala) tribal leader.
Box 81

Father B. Hubbard . 1958 April 30.

Scope and Content

Subject is an explorer. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 63

Rock Hudson . 1952 December 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Piper Laurie, actress; Frankie Van, referee and physical director, now at Universal-International Studios; Henry Willson, personal manager.
Box 81

Dick Hughes . 1971 September 24.

Scope and Content

Subject provided aid to Saigon orphans. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 251

Ted Husing . 1957 May 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a sports announcer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Maj. Felix "Doc" Blanchard, former Army football player at West Point, three time All-American; now assistant coach at West Point; Mickey Cochrane, baseball player; Glenn Davis, assistant director of special events (PR rep) for the L.A. Times newspaper; James Dolan, executive producer of sports for CBS Radio; Elyse Knox (Mrs. Tom) Harmon, actress; Tom Harmon, Sports Director of the Columbia Pacific Network, sportscaster; Eleanor Holm, Olympic swimmer, professional star of the Aquacade at the New York World's Fair; Harry Kipke, President of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Chicago; Guy Lombardo, musician, bandleader; Alice Marble, tennis champ; Jesse Owens, Olympic track Gold medalist; Dr. J. Andrew White, former President of CBS and subject's mentor - now a consulting psychologist in Hollywood.
Box 220

Graeme Irvine . 1976 March 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Paul Jackson . 1948 November 9.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a paraplegic World War II veteran. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 236

Paul Jackson . 1948 November 9.

Scope and Content

Subject is a paraplegic World War II veteran.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 251

Eddie Janis . 1953 April 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a music publisher. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Phil Baker, comedian, accordion player, radio personality; member of vaudeville team with MacDaniel and subject 1913; Bobby Burns, songwriter; George Cates, songwriter; Carl Haverlin, President of BMI; George Howe, songwriter; Rene Chaplow (Mrs. Eddie) Janis, wife, also vaudevillian; Ed Kay, Musical Director of Monogram Pictures; Mel Leven, songwriter; Marion MacDaniel, member of vaudeville team with Phil Baker and subject in 1913; songwriters, Jack Owens, Henry Pritchard, Leo Robin, Robert Sour; Morris Stoloff, Musical Director of Columbia Pictures, two-time Academy Award winner; Merritt Tompkins, former Vice President of BMI.
Box 251

Bill Johnson . 1984 March 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Olympic gold medalist. Includes an annotated script and production notes.

General note

Host: Joe Campanella.
Box 236

Rafer Johnson . 1961 May 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Olympic gold medalist. Guests include: Dave Cantor, public relations man with 20th Century Fox; Elvin "Ducky" Drake, track coach and head trainer at UCLA; trainer of the 1956 U.S. Olympic team; Jim Johnson, member of the UCLA track team; George Sherman, film producer and director; Don Shinnick, athlete (football player; linebacker for Baltimore Colts); was student chairman of Campus Crusade for Christ at UCLA when subject was on Executive Committee.

General note

Annotated script. UCLA ties.
Box 251

Rafer Johnson . 1961 May 28.

Scope and Content

Includes script and research notes.
Box 252

Mrs. Ruth Joiner . 1956 April 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Indiana schoolteacher. Includes script and research notes.
Box 252

Carolyn Jones . 1959 December 30.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes a script and research notes. Guests include: Max Arnow, Executive with Columbia Pictures; James Komak, actor; Aaron Spelling, husband, movie and TV writer, producer.
Box 252

James G. Jones . 1961 April 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is the founder of a half way house for convicts. Includes script and research notes.
Box 236

Reverend Father James G. Jones . 1961 May 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is the founder of a half way house for convicts.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 252

Dr. Laurence C. Jones . 1954 December 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is an educator at Piney Woods. Includes: script; research notes. Includes information on the Piney Woods Country School.
Box 252

Shirley Jones . 1971 March 31.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film, stage and television star. Script and research notes included. Guests include: Danny Bonaduce, actor; David Cassidy, actor, step-son; Suzanne Crough, actress; Susan Dey, actress; Cameron Mitchell, actor; Richard Rodgers, composer; Gus Schirmer, theatrical agent; Bernard Smith, film producer.
Box 220

Col Joye . 1976 October 1.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Harper Joy . 1949 January 4.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a business executive and Ringling Bros. Circus clown. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Ernestine Clarke, Aerialist with trapeze act the Clarkonians; worked together in 1936 with Cole Brothers Circus; Leonard Gross, Director of the Circus Fans; Bobby Kay, famous circus clown; Charles Post, circus band master.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 236

Julia Judge . 1955 November 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is an orphan who dedicated her life to underprivileged children.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 252

Julia Judge . 1955 November 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is an orphan who dedicated her life to underprivileged children. Script and research notes included.
Box 252

Duke Kahanamoku . 1957 February 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Olympic hero, sheriff and the "Father of Surfing." Script and research notes included. Guests include: John Ford, film director; Ludy Langer, teammate on 1920 U.S. Olympic team (former swimmer, holds world record in long distance swimming) - from Los Angeles; Johnny Weismueller, actor, ("Tarzan", TV's "Jungle Jim"), friend, former swimmer and teammate on 1924 U.S. Olympic team.
Box 235

Alvin Kaiser

Scope and Content

script; research notes
Box 220

Kamahl . 1976 November 9.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 252

Helen Kane . 1958 February 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is a stage star and creator of "boop-boop-a-doop." Script and research notes included. Guests include: Paul Ash, headliner in act at the Paramount Theatre in New York City; Fifi D'Orsay, actress; Von Dexter, TIYL musical director; Steve Dunne, host of nighttime Truth or Consequences; Dan Healy, husband, former actor, vaudevillian; Lou Irwin, agent; Harry Ruby, songwriter.
Box 252

Judge Arthur M. Kaplan . 1983 November 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a judge and paramedic. Script and research notes included.
Box 252

Boris Karloff . 1957 November 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Script and research notes included. Guests include: Russell Crouse, film producer; James Edwards, actor; Howard Lindsay, film producer; Jack Pierce, make-up man who created the Frankenstein monster make-up.
Box 295, Folder 7

Buster Keaton . 1957.

Scope and Content

Materials regarding the Buster Keaton program and the plaque to be placed at the site of the original Buster Keaton studio. Guests include: Eddie Cline, former silent film director, now executive with Spike Jones' staff; Donald Crisp, former film director, well-known character actor; Louise Dresser, former actress; Al Gregory, with Paramount Pictures; John Nelson, NBC program executive; Donald O'Conner, actor, dancer; Will Rawls, vaudevillian; Howard Ross, NBC executive; Red Skelton, actor, comedian; James Talmadge, Publicity Division of 20th Century-Fox.

General note

Includes photographs, paperwork, correspondence.
Box 252

Buster Keaton . 1957 April 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film comedian. Includes: Script and research notes..
Box 236

Lillian Kinkela Keil . 1961 May 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is a war nurse. Guests include: John Ford, friend, four- time Academy Award winning movie director.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 252

Lillian Kinkela Keil . 1961 May 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is a war nurse. Script and research notes included.
Box 60

Helen Kelleher . 1955 March 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a lady farmer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Russ Eller, with Sunkist Growers of California.
Box 60

Pat Kelly . 1954 May 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is the supervisor of NBC announcers Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: radio announcers, Tex Antoine, Alwyn E. H. Boch, Ford Bond, Norman Brokenshire, Jack Costello, Ben Grauer, Hugh James, James Wallington, Don Wilson; Ralph Edwards; Fortune Gallo, impresario of the San Carlos Opera Company; George Hicks, News commentator and foreign correspondent; with NBC 13 years; Yolanda "Yutzi" (Mrs. Patrick) Kelly, wife, was singer ("Mitzi" in trio Mitzie and Fritzie and Kitzie); Howard Petrie, radio announcer, actor; George Putnam, newscaster for the Los Angeles Times; Tiny Ruffner, former Supervisor of Announcers at NBC; Ed Thorgersen, radio and newsreel announcer; former Supervisor of Announcers at NBC.
Box 60

Yvonne Kennedy . 1955 February 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Belgian Resistance fighter. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 217

Margaret Kessler . 1949 May 10.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a New Zealand immigrant fighting polio who is naturalized on the show. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Prof. John Bell Condliffe, father, was member of the Secretariat of League of Nations, professor at many universities; now holds Chair of Economics at Cal Berkeley; Joseph Kingston, Chief Clerk of the Naturalization Department of Alameda County; Edward J. Tyrell, Judge in the Superior Court of Alameda County.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 60

Roy Keyser . 1953 October 21.

Scope and Content

Subject is an American Guerilla in World War II, Philippines. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 60

Marie Killilea . 1957 December 4.

Scope and Content

The subject is a Cerebral Palsy Foundation Supporter, and mother to a daughter afflicted with the disease. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 217

Charles Brady King . 1949 October 5.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is an inventor who drove the first automobile in Detroit. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast from Detroit, MI.
Box 220

Trevor King . 1976 January 29.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 60

William Kirk . 1960 February 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is a humanitarian. He is the Head of the International Social Service Organization. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Helen Hayes, actress; Jane Russell, actress.
Box 217

Lou Klatsgow . 1949 September 21.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a New York taxi driver and Brooklyn Dodgers Fan. Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: baseball players, Ralph Branca, Carl Furillo, Erv Palica, Marvin Rackley, Pee Wee Reese, Jackie Robinson, Preacher Roe, Dorothy Sarnoff, opera and concert singer; Burt Shatton, Brooklyn Dodgers manager.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 217

Edith and Richard Klenhard . 1949 December 28.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subjects were surprised at the end of the show. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 60

Bea Knight . 1960 June 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a breeder of champion St. Bernard dogs. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Carl Spitz, dog trainer for movies and TV, owner of the Hollywood Dog Training School - purchased two St. Bernards from subject ("Neil" on "Topper" and "Hector" on "This Is Alice" TV programs).
Box 236

Bea Knight . 1960 June 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a breeder of champion St. Bernard dogs.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 60

Ted Knight . 1984 March 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Carl Carlsson, actor, magician; Nancy Dussault, actress; Georgia Engel, actress; Rue McLanahan, actress; Vanna White.
Box 60

Hana Bloch Kohner . 1953 May 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Holocaust survivor. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Jeffrey Hunter, actor.
Box 60

Harold Krents . 1972 July 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is blind and was the subject of "Butterflies are Free." Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Eddie Albert, actor; Edward Albert, Jr., actor; Mike Frankovich, film director; Meredith MacRae, actress.
Box 60

Matthew Laborteaux . 1984 April 5.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Marian Fife, studio teacher; Michael Landon, actor; Jerry Weiss, TIYL director.
Box 218

John Erhman Lagerborg . 1948 December 21.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a Navy Man. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 60

Frankie Laine . 1955 June 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Berle Adams, former head of Mercury Records, now Vice President of MCA; Billy Berg, owned musician's hangout on Vine Street in Hollywood where subject would sing for free; Ralph Boccia, owner of the Naples Restaurant at Sunset and Gower in Hollywood; Al Jarvis, radio and TV disc jockey (does show "Make-Believe Ballroom"); Joe Kayser, was orchestra leader at Merry Garden Ballroom (1929-30's); Nan Grey, wife, former movie star; Mitch Miller, Columbia Records Recording Chief.
Box 236

Frankie Laine . 1955 June 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 60

Clyde Lamb . 1955 March 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a cartoonist and ex-convict. Includes; script; research notes. Gussts include: Henry Martin, General Manager of the Register and Tribune Syndicate (handles subject's "Herman" comic strip).
Box 60

Dorothy Lamour . 1954 October 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Y. Frank Freeman, Head of Paramount Pictures; Harry Ray, make-up man at Paramount; Elaine Stone, hairdresser on many of her biggest pictures; Jack Votion, former head of talent department at Paramount Pictures.
Box 236

Dorothy Lamour . 1954 October 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star.

General note

Photocopy. Annotated script.
Box 220

Graeme Langlands . 1976 July 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Graeme Langlands . 1976 July 26.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 60

Jesse L. Lasky . 1957 October 31.

Scope and Content

Subject is a pioneer film producer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Richard Arlen, actor; Maurice Chevalier, actor; Linda Darnell, actress; Cecil B. De Mille, legendary movie director; Mervyn LeRoy, producer-director; Charles "Buddy" Rogers, actor; Gale Storm, actress; Walter Wanger, producer; Adolph Zukor, Chairman of the Board of Paramount Pictures.
Box 60

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy . 1954 December 1.

Scope and Content

Subjects are film comedians. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Vivian Blaine, actress; Bernard Delphont, English producer and their agent in England; Warren Doane, general manager of Hal Roach Studios in the 1920's; Frank Fouce, President of Pan-American Television Corporation; Leo McCarey, writer and director, was production supervisor at Hal Roach Studios in the 1920's, credited with teaming the subjects; worked on many of their pictures; Hal Roach, Jr., President of Hal Roach Productions; Ben Shipman, longtime manager and partner.
Box 61

Marjorie Lawrence . 1955 May 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is an opera star who was a polio victim. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Edward Johnson, former General Director of the Metropolitan Opera; Lauritz Melchior, famous Wagnerian tenor; Eleanor Parker, actress, plays role of subject in MGM movie "Interrupted Melody" based on her life; Wynn Rocamora, Artistic Director of the Hollywood Bowl; Lawrence Tibbett, opera singer (baritone).
Box 61

Eddie LeBaron . 1953 November 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is a football player. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Lila Lee . 1957 April 24.

Scope and Content

Subject is a silent film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Monte Blue, actor; Patsy Ruth Miller, actress; Lee Goodman, host of TV's "Kingdom of the Sea"; Alex Gottlieb, producer; Richard Irving, Vice President of Revue Productions; producer of "State Trooper"; James Kirkwood, Jr., son, actor, plays son on TV's daily dramatic series "Valiant Lady" (daytime soap opera); James Kirkwood, Sr., former husband, actor; Warren Lewis, of Sharp and Lewis Productions; co-producer of "Meet McGraw"; Don Loper, fashion designer; Albert McCleery, Executive producer of NBC's "Matinee Theatre"; Al Simon, Vice President of McCadden Productions; producer of "Panic".
Box 61

Peggy Lee . 1972 November 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Lucille Armstrong, widow of Louis Armstrong; Chuck Barclay, in charge of entertainment at Larry Potter's Jade Room, hired her to sing when she first came to Hollywood; Duke Ellington, bandleader; Leonard Feather, music critic; Benny Goodman, bandleader, Alan King, actor, comedian.
Box 220

Mac Leonard . 1976 August 20.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 61

Mervyn LeRoy . 1960 March 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a motion picture producer and director. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Anita Louise Adler, actress; Buddy Adler, producer, head of 20th Century Fox; Jack Benny, comedian; Stephen Boyd, actor; Dave Chasen, owner of restaurant where remote surprise takes place - once played on same vaudeville bill with subject in 1918; Tony Curtis, actor; Elana Edan, actress; Freeman Gosden, actor, comedian (Amos of "Amos & Andy"); Jack Haley, actor, singer, vaudevillian (Tin Man in "The Wizard of Oz"); Colleen Moore Hargrave, actress, silent movie star; J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Ernie Kovacs, comedian, actor, TV star; in subject's new movie "Wake Me When It's Over"; Janet Leigh, actress; Warner LeRoy, son, producer, director, writer; owns the York Playhouse; Nobu McCarthy, actress; Margo Moore, actress; Patricia Owens, actress; Louella Parsons, Hollywood gossip columnist; Dick Powell, actor, producer, director, movie star; Edward G. Robinson, actor; Robert Wagner, actor; Jack Warden, actor; Jack Warner, President of Warner Brothers Studio.
Box 61

Ted Lewis . 1959 March 4.

Scope and Content

Subject is an entertainer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: John W. Bush, Director of Department of Commerce of the State of Ohio; Eddie Chester, original "Shadow" in subject's "Me and My Shadow" number starting 1927; Gov. Michael V. DiSalle, Governor of the State of Ohio; Johnny Dugan, with MCA; Walter Kahn, trumpet player; Adah Baker, dancer; Tommy Sands, singer.
Box 235

Art Linkletter . 1965 January 22.

General note

Photocopy of script.
Box 61

Olga Little . 1958 October 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Denver pioneer. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 236

Olga Little . 1958 October 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Denver pioneer.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 61

Alice Lloyd . 1955 December 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Appalachian Mountain educator. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Harold Lloyd . 1955 December 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film comedian and humanitarian. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: "Jackie", lion who appeared with subject in 1947 Preston Sturgess film "Mad Wednesday"; John Guedel, Art Linkletter's producer and director; Mildred Davis, wife, actress; Harold Lloyd, Jr., actor; Groucho Marx, actor, comedian; Hal Roach, Sr., movie pioneer; producer, director, creator of "Our Gang" comedies; Wally Westmore, one of the famous family of make-up artists.
Box 218

Guy Lombardo . 1949 September 28.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is an orchestra leader. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 61

Johnny Longden . 1960 February 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a jockey. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Eddie Arcaro, jockey; E. A. "Sleepy" Armstrong, horse trainer and sportsman; Carleton Burke, Director of racing at Santa Anita Racetrack; George Main , with the Los Angeles Herald-Express; Red Pollard, former jockey (rode "Seabiscuit"); Sir Gordon Richards, former jockey, former world record holder for most wins; Fred H. Ryan, Vice President and General Manager of Santa Anita Racetrack.
Box 61

Joe Louis . 1960 October 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is former world heavyweight champion. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Don Ameche, actor; James Braddock, former heavyweight champ; Don Budge, tennis player; Florence Chadwick, swimmer; Ezzard Charles, former heavyweight champ; Jack Dempsey, former heavyweight boxing champ; Althea Gibson, tennis player, first African-American champ; David Immerman, TIYL artist; Keith Morris, Special Events and Public Relations Director of Sports Illustrated Magazine; Robert Moses, New President of the New York World's Fair; Sugar Ray Robinson, former welterweight and middleweight champ; Kyle Rote, football player with NY Giants; Max Schmeling, former heavyweight champ.
Box 236

Joe Louis . 1960 October 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a former world heavyweight champion.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 61

Frank Lovejoy . 1957 October 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a radio, film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: members of the Beverly Hills Dodgers Little League tea , Chuck Bergman, Richard Borin, Ronnie Friedman, Richard Haft, Roger Holt, Owen Phillips, John Reimis, Richard Reimis, Richard Rhoads, David Shapiro, Alex Smith, Roddy Van Hook, Greg Willardson, Bob Wurdeman; Carl Wester, producer of daytime radio serial "Today's Children"; Chick Vincent, directed and produced many of the radio shows on which subject appeared; was producer of "Life Can Be Beautiful" and for 18 years producer of "Pepper Young's Family"; John McCann, President of the Beverly Hills Little League; Steve Lovejoy, son, member of Beverly Hills Dodgers Little League team; Joan Banks (Mrs. Frank) Lovejoy, wife, actress (movies, radio and TV); met on radio show "This Day Is Ours"; Axel Gruenberg, TIYL producer, long-time personal friend (was director of radio show "Today's Children"; James Edwards, actor.
Box 61

Ruth Lowe . 1954 November 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is a song writer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Irving Deutsch, General Manager of Southern Music Publishing Company; Percy Faith, bandleader, arranger and composer, introduced subject's song "I'll Never Smile Again" on his CBC radio show - now East Coast Musical Director of Columbia Records; Charles La Vere, singer; Robert "Bob" Lowenthal, former member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Michael Sandler, circulation manager with TV Guide Magazine; Vernon Scott, reporter with United Press; Bert Wheeler, comedian; Esther (Mrs. Hart) Wintrob, was fellow member of musical trio "The Shadows" formed in 1933.
Box 61

Myrna Loy . 1956 May 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star and UNESCO Commissioner. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Margaret Woods (Mrs. Lee) Greenway, subject's wardrobe girl; Adolphe Menjou, actor; Ramon Navarro, actor; Theresa (Mrs. Harry) Penn, subject's personal maid on all her movies; Howland Sargeant, husband, former Assistant Secretary of State, now President of Radio Liberation; George Stoddard, former President of the University of Illinois, now Chairman of the United States National Commission for UNESCO; will become Dean of Education at New York University in the fall.
Box 236

Myrna Loy . 1956 May 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star and UNESCO Commissioner.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 61

Ida Lupino . 1958 January 15.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Keefe Brasselle, actor and director; Howard Duff, husband, TV and movie actor; co-stars in hit TV series "Mr. Adams and Eve"; Sally Forrest, actress; Barry Lupino, Jr., now TV producer for the BBC; Barry Lupino, Sr., great stage star from England, surviving brother of her late father Stanley Lupino (who was also a star of English stage); David Martin, business manager; Rita Lupino (Mrs. Henry) Plone, dancer and actress; Mala Powers, actress; William Wellman, film director (Academy Award winner).
Box 61

Nellie Lutcher . 1952 December 31.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Dave Dexter, with Capitol Records.
Box 217

Mr. and Mrs. Burt Lynch . 1950 February 15.

Scope and Content

script; research notes
Box 236

Bebe Daniels Lyon . 1954 September 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and BBC star. Guests include: Phyllis Griffin Daniels, mother, was also actress; appeared with 8-year-old subject in movie "The Common Enemy"; Cecil B. De Mille, producer and director; Harold Lloyd, film comedy pioneer; actor, producer, director; Ben Lyon, husband, actor; Jimmy McHugh, songwriter; Louella Parsons, Hollywood columnist; Hal Roach, Sr., comedy movie pioneer, producer, director.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 236

Bebe Daniels Lyon . 1954 September 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and BBC star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 61

Bebe Daniels Lyon . 1954 September 29.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and BBC star. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Jeannette MacDonald . 1952 November 12.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star and singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Nelson Eddy, actor, singer.
Box 236

Jeannette MacDonald . 1952 November 12.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star and singer.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 61

Dr. Catherine Macfarlane . 1956 February 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is a renown cancer specialist. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Alexander MacIvor . 1960 May 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is a war hero. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Gisele MacKenzie . 1957 October 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Jack Benny, comedian; Edgar Bergen, ventriloquist, actor; vaudeville, radio star; Bob Crosby, singer, bandleader, entertainer; Bob Shuttleworth, personal manager.
Box 61

Samuel W. Magill . 1955 February 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a war hero. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 220

Franz Mairinger . 1977 March 31.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 61

Barbara Mandrell . 1987 September 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer, comedian and television star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Rex Allen, cowboy star, country singer; Kathy Brown, assistant; Glen Campbell, singer, musician, TV personality; Eddie Dean, country musician; Brian Lonbeck, country musician; Dolly Parton, country singer; on Grand Ole Opry; Minnie Pearl, Grand Ole Opry singer, comedienne; Jeanne Pruett, country singer; on Grand Ole Opry; Connie Smith, country singer, Country singer; on Grand Ole Opry; Gordon Terry, country musician (fiddle); Dottie West, country singer, on Grand Ole Opry.
Box 61

Jayne Mansfield . 1960 December 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Rose Caully, wardrobe mistress on the film "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter"; Jimmie Fidler, radio gossip commentator; Ted Fisher, motion picture cameraman and still photographer; Johnny Grant, discjockey and radio and TV personality; Miklos "Mickey" Hargitay, husband, noted bodybuilder, former Mr. Universe; Bob Hope, entertainer.
Box 236

Jayne Mansfield . 1960 December 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star.

General note

Annotated script. 2 copies.
Box 61

Alice Marble . 1954 February 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a tennis star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: tennis players Mary Kaye Browne, Althea Gibson (7th ranked woman tennis player in U.S.); African-American, Helen Jacobs (four time American women's tennis champ), Gene Mako (her partner in winning America's mixed doubles tennis championship in 1936); Eleanor Tennant, coach and manager.
Box 61

George Mardikian . 1954 May 5.

Scope and Content

Subject is a restauratuer who gave humanitarian assistance to displaced persons. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Virginia Marmaduke . 1953 April 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a newspaperwoman. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Laura Stone Marr . 1952 October 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a pioneer woman and mother of Milburn Stone ('Doc' of "Gunsmoke.") Includes: script; research notes.
Box 236

Laura Stone Marr . 1952 October 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a pioneer woman and mother of Milburn Stone ('Doc' of "Gunsmoke.")

General note

Annotated script.
Box 61

Gary Marshall . 1984 April 12.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television producer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Jerry Belson, favorite collaborator ("The Odd Couple") and friend; writer, producer; Ron Howard, actor; Milt Josefsberg, famous TV writer; Jack Klugman, actor; Penny Marshall, actress.
Box 61

Mary Martin . 1972 August 9.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and stage star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Janet Gaynor, Academy Award winning actress (winner of first "Best Actress" Oscar); widow of costume designer Adrian, wife of TIYL producer Paul Gregory; Richard Halliday, husband and manager.
Box 61

Mary Ann . 1954 June 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a recovering narcotics addict. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Mike Masaoka . 1956 January 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Nisei veteran. includes: script; research notes.
Box 61

Clarinda Mason . 1954 December 22.

Scope and Content

Subject "adopted" 300 servicemen during World War II. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 302

Matthews, Stanley . 1955 July 29.

Scope and Content

Script for the first broadcast of the English series.
Box 61

Hans Mauch . 1960 October 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Ice Follies skating star: "Frack" of "Frick and Frack." Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Werner "Frick" Groebli; David Jenkins, champion figure skater, Olympic gold medalist; Oscar Johnson, co-owner of the "Ice Follies"; Dr. James Koch, President of the International Figure Skating Union; Dr. Carl Pearson, Head of the Arthritic Clinic at UCLA Medical Center; Eddie Shipstad and Roy Shipstad, co-owners of "Ice Follies".
Box 61

Ray May . 1971 January 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is a football star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Roy Jefferson, football player, teammate, roommate on Baltimore Colts; John McKay, his football coach at USC; Jim Pendleton, his football coach at Los Angeles High School.
Box 236

Ray May . 1971 January 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is a football star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

John McCallum . 1976 March 30.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 218

Charlie McCarthy . 1950 March 1-8.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a radio star (voiced by Edgar Bergen). Includes: script, research notes, audio. Guests include: Edgar Bergen, ventriloquist, stage, screen and radio star; Velma Wayne, actress, built the Howdy Doody puppet then seen on TV; W. C. Fields (film clip played); Ken Murray, actor, comedian; star and producer of "Blackouts"; Maureen O'Sullivan, actress.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 61

Jim McClain . 1952 November 26.

Scope and Content

The subject is a radio personality who became an Episcopal Minister. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Tol Ware Avery, actor; Perry Dickey, former director of the "Dr. I.Q." show; Dale Evans, Western star.
Box 61

Felix McCool . 1958 April 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Marine war hero. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 62

Tim McCoy . 1958 November 5.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Western star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Paul Benton, President of the Civil War Round Table of Southern California; Iron Eyes Cody, Native American actor; Al Jennings, traveled with subject during the Ringling Bros. days; William Shakespeare, Arapahoe Indian.
Box 62

Joel McCrea . 1972 September 19.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Chairman of the Board of Directors, National Cowboy Hall of Fame; Gene Autry, cowboy star; fellow Cowboy Hall of Fame honoree and member of the Board of Directors; Gov. David Hall, Governor of Oklahoma; Dorothy Mackaill, actress; Col. Tim McCoy, old time cowboy actor; Frances Dee, wife, actress; Gov. Ronald Reagan, Governor of California, friend, "fellow rancher"; William Wellman, film director.
Box 218

Mary Barbara McDonough . 1949 October 12.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Subject is a 19 year old auditioning for the Ice Follies. Includes: script, research notes, audio.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 62

Alice Middleton McDougall . 1956 June 13.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Lusitania survivor. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Milton Berle, comedian; Col. John D. Craig, author, deep sea diver, producer of TV's "Kingdom of the Sea"; Captain John I. Lewis, was Third Navigation Officer on the Lusitania in 1915; Eugene Williams, past president of the L.A. Adventurers Club.
Box 236

Alice Middleton McDougall . 1956 June 13.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Lusitania survivor.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 62

Terry McGee . 1984 February 6.

Scope and Content

The subject has had a lifetime struggle to become a doctor. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Kelly Greer, model; the Lennon Sisters (Janet Lennon, Kathy Lennon and Peggy Lennon); Tom Trbovich, producer and director; Vanna White, model.
Box 62

Eva McGown . 1953 April 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is a humanitarian from Fairbanks, Alaska. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Jack McElroy, host of "Breakfast in Hollywood" radio show.
Box 62

Jimmy McHugh . 1952 October 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a song writer. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Max Baer, former world heavyweight champion boxer; Florence Chadwick, champion swimmer; Bob Crosby, singer; Nick Fatool, drummer in Bob Crosby's jazz band "The Bob Cats"; Morty Korb, bass player in Bob Crosby's jazz band "The Bob Cats"; Matty Matlock, clarinet player in Bob Crosby's jazz band "The Bob Cats"; Eddie Miller, saxophone player in Bob Crosby's jazz band "The Bob Cats"; Gertrude Niessen, singer and actress; Louella Parsons, Hollywood gossip columnist; Charlie Teagarden, trumpet player in Bob Crosby's jazz band "The Bob Cats"; Jack Teagarden, trombone player in Bob Crosby's jazz band "The Bob Cats"; Stan Wrightsman, band member in Bob Crosby's jazz band "The Bob Cats".
Box 220

Sir Arthur McIlveen . 1977 May 27.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Heather McKay . 1977 April 29.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 62

Victor McLaglen . 1953 October 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Edmund Lowe, actor.
Box 220

Audrie and Neil McLeod . 1975 December 5.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 217

Mary McLeod Bethume . 1949 March 15.

Scope and Content

script; research notes. Guests include: Eleanor Roosevelt, via transcription - former First Lady (widow of FDR, in whose administration Bethune served), good friend.

General note

Subject is an educator.
Box 62

Don McNeill . 1960 January 20.

Scope and Content

Subject is a radio personality. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Fran Allison, radio actress ("Kukla, Fran and Ollie"), regular on "Breakfast Club"; Eddie Ballantine, "Breakfast Club" music director; Ralph Bergsten, Vice President and General Manager of Don McNeill Enterprises; Anita Bryant, "Breakfast Club" vocalist; Sam Cowling, "Breakfast Club" comic; Eddy McKean, "Breakfast Club" announcer; Dennis Morgan, actor; Dick Noel, "Breakfast Club" vocalist; Cliff Petersen, "Breakfast Club" radio producer; Bill Thompson, radio star; got his start on the "Breakfast Club".
Box 220

John Meillon . 1977 June 14.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 62

Lauritz Melchior . 1958 December 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is an operatic tenor. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: William Chapman, opera singer; Kenneth Hansen, chef and owner of the Scandia Restaurant in Los Angeles; Lotte Lehmann, opera singer; Maria "Kleinchen" (Mrs. Lauritz) Melchior, wife, former European film star; Joseph Pasternak, MGM producer.
Box 236

Lauritz Melchior . 1958 December 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is an operatic tenor.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 62

Rachel Mellinger . 1953 November 18.

Scope and Content

script; research notes
Box 62

Ethel Merman . 1971 April 29.

Scope and Content

Includes: script; research notes. Subject is a film and stage star. Guests include: Merv Griffin, TV talk show host; Jerry Herman, composer of "Hello, Dolly"; Bob Hope (via videotape) co-starred with her and Durante on Broadway in "Red, Hot and Blue"; Russell Nype, actress; Temple Texas, former actress and press agent; Benay Venuta, actress.
Box 62

Darlene Miller . 1956 October 31.

Scope and Content

Includes: script; research notes. Subject is one of a family of orphaned farm children who struggled to remain together as a family.
Box 62

Commander Hugh Barr Miller, Jr. . 1957 January 30.

Scope and Content

World War II survival story. Includes script and research notes.
Box 236

Commander Hugh Barr Miller, Jr. . 1957 January 30.

Scope and Content

World War II survival story.

General note

Host: Ronald Reagan. Annotated script.
Box 62

Kathy Miller . 1984 April 26.

Scope and Content

Includes: script; research notes. Success story of an accident victim. Guests include: Bruce Jenner, 1976 Olympic Decathlon gold medalist; Larry Miller, father, former professional baseball player with Dodgers, Mets, Giants; Dr. Art Mollen, sports doctor, syndicated newspaper columnist; Jerry Weiss, TIYL director.
Box 220

Keith Miller . 1977 March 12.

Scope and Content

script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 62

Marion Miller . 1956 March 28.

Scope and Content

Includes:script; research notes. Subject is an FBI Communist investigator.
Box 236

Marion Miller . 1956 March 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is an FBI Communist investigator.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Florence Milligan . 1976 May 31.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 62

Billy Mills . 1984 January 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Olympic gold medalist. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Robby Benson, actor, star of movie "Running Brave", friend - reads telegram from Pres. Reagan; Ira Englander, producer of movie "Running Brave".
Box 218

Robert Mitchell . 1949 December 21.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, research notes, audio. Subject is the founder of the Mitchell Boys Choir. Guests include: Mitchell Choir Boys; Eddie Cantor, singer; Marian Goldwyn, campaign spokesperson for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 62

Harry Momita . 1958 May 21.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Japanese immigrant with unwavering devotion to the United States. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Franklin Garrett, Calipatria, CA City Council member; Frank Kuwahara, neighbor in wartime relocation camp; Sam Packwood, Superintendent of schools in El Centro, CA; Mayor Ed Rademaker, Mayor of Calipatria, CA.
Box 62

Archie Moore . 1959 October 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is a World Light-Heavyweight champion. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: George Davis , Los Angeles Herald writer; Mel Durslag, Los Angeles Examiner writer; Hiawatha Gray, one of subject's trainers; Larry Gross, agent; Rocky Marciano, former world heavyweight champion; Sid Ziff, Los Angeles Mirror writer; Paul Zimmerman, Los Angeles Times writer.
Box 62

Tom Moore . 1954 June 9.

Scope and Content

Subject is a pioneer film star. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Robert Ellis, screenwriter; Glenn Ford, actor; Marguerite Courtout (Mrs. Raymond) McKee, leading lady in subject's early films (stage name: Marguerite Courtout); Matt Moore, actor.
Box 62

Thelma Morgan . 1954 March 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a champion dog breeder. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Bert Heath, Dog Editor, Los Angeles Times.
Box 62

Greg Morris . 1972 July 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes a script and research notes. Guests include: Bob Cousey, coach of the Kansas City/Omaha Kings, former basketball star with the Boston Celtics; Peter Graves, actor; Gene Keene, director; Jack Kelly, Deputy Regional Director of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs; Peter Lupus, actor; Hank Roberts, agent; Herb Solow, former Head of Production for Desilu Studios - made the decision to produce the "Mission, Impossible" series; David Van Putten, choir director, Washington High School, L.A..
Box 220

Athol Mulley . 1977 February 18.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 218

Audi Murphy . 1949 March 8.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, research notes, audio. Subject is the most decorated soldier of World War II. Guests include: Ann Blyth, via remote from the Central Market, 5200 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood (after Murphy "Life") - actress, movie star; Wanda Hendrix, wife, actress; Charles Lyon, via remote from the Central Market, 5200 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood (after Murphy "Life"); Martha Scott, actress; Freddie Slack, musician, bandleader; Robert Stack, actor.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 62

Ken Murray . 1960 May 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a stage, screen and television comedian. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Edgar Bergen, ventriloquist, actor; vaudeville, radio star; Bud Carlell, vaudeville and stage star; Laurie (Mrs. Robert Gross) Anders, actress; Arthur Lake, actor, best known as "Dagwood"; Jack Oakie, actor; Mayor Norris Poulson, Mayor of Los Angeles; Penny Singleton, actress, best known as "Blondie"; Harry Von Zell, radio announcer; Marie Wilson, actress.
Box 236

Ken Murray . 1960 May 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is a stage, screen and television comedian.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 62

Stan Musial . 1970 December 8.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a baseball player. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Bob "Doc" Bauman, long time trainer of the St. Louis Cardinals; Al Campanis, baseball executive, Dodgers front office; Bowie Kuhn, baseball commissioner; Jim Maloney, baseball player, pitcher with Cincinnati Reds; Red Schoendienst, former baseball player, friend, roommate and teammate; now manager of the St. Louis Cardinals; Truett Banks "Rip" Sewell, former baseball player, friend, roommate and teammate; now manager of the St. Louis Cardinals; Enos Slaughter, former baseball player, friend and teammate on St. Louis Cardinals; Johnny Van De Meer, former baseball player (pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds); Ollie Vanek, former manager of St. Louis Cardinals' Monessa, PA minor league baseball team, signed subject to play professional baseball.
Box 220

Betty Muzyczuk . 1977 May 17.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 62

Harry and Allison Neal . 1959 January 14.

Scope and Content

Subjects are concert pianists travelling by bus. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Marjorie Lawrence, opera and concert star; William Primrose, concert violinist.
Box 220

Jack Neary . 1976 October 19.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 62

Ada Nelligan . 1948 November 23.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script (photocopy),audio. Subject is a New York theatrical wardrobe mistress. Guests include: Joan Crawford, actress; Don DeFore, actor; Maurice Evans, Shakespearian actor, hired her as his company's wardrobe mistress 1936-1942; Al Jolson, entertainer (singer, actor, movie star); John Lund, actor; Barbara Stanwyck, actress; Irene Tedrow, actress; Rhys Williams, actor.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 218

Ada Nelligan . 1948 November 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a New York theatrical wardrobe mistress. Includes script and research notes.
Box 218

Ralph G. Neppel . 1949 February 8.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a disabled 25 year old Iowa farmer and Congressional Honor recipient.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 236

Ralph G. Neppel . 1949 February 8.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a disabled 25 year old Iowa

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 235

Dorothy and J.B. Nethercutt . 1979 September 11.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes
Box 62

Dr. Kate Pelham Newcomb . 1954 March 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is the Northwoods Wisconsin country doctor Includes script and research notes.
Box 236

Dr. Kate Pelham Newcomb . 1954 March 17.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 236

Dr. Kate Pelham Newcomb . 1954 March 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is the Northwoods Wisconsin country doctor.

General note

Annotated script. (2 copies)
Box 62

Red Nichols . 1956 October 3.

Scope and Content

Subject is a band leader. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Victor Angle, drummer; Jimmy Dorsey , bandleader, musician (sax and clarinet); Phil Harris, musician; David Klein, music contractor; Miff Mole, trombonist; Arthur Schutt, pianist; Charlie Teagarden, trumpet player; Jack Teagarden, trombonist.
Box 63

Frances Nickmann . 1954 June 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Chicago Policewoman. Includes script and research notes.
Box 63

Dr. Mungai Njoroge . 1959 March 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is an African doctor. Includes script and research notes.
Box 236

Dr. Mungai Njoroge . 1959 March 18.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Ted Noffs . 1975 November 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 63

Kathleen Norris . 1955 October 12.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an author and humanitarian. Includes script and research notes.
Box 220

Bill Northam . 1976 May 27.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 63

Dr. Max Nussbaum . 1959 April 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is a German Rabbi who resisted the Nazis. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Steve Broidy, head of Allied Artists Pictures.
Box 218

Dr. David D. Oak . 1949 February 22.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is an Indiana country doctor.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 222

Lieutenant James Obenauf . 1959 June 3.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes
Box 222

Colonel Serge Obolensky . 1959 March 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Russian expatriate and OSS officer. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Michael Arens, cellist; Dimitri Tiomkin, composer; Cobina Wright, columnist.
Box 63

Pat O'Brien . 1953 June 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Johnny Mack Brown, actor, movie star, former college football great; Wally Ford, actor; Jimmy Gleason, actor, director, producer; Allen Jenkins, actor; Mary Brian (Mrs. George) Tomasini, actress; Fay Wray, actress.
Box 236

Pat O'Brien . 1953 June 10.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 63

Maureen O'Hara . 1957 March 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes script and research notes. Subject is being interviewed in the Pantages Theatre lobby at Academy Awards ceremony. Guests include: John Ford, film director; James Fox, brother, actor; Charles Laughton, film producer; Eric Pommer, film producer; Joe Williams, Irish soccer great; with team "Shamrock Rovers".
Box 220

Johnny O'Keefe . 1975 October 1.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 222

Ole Olsen . 1961 January 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedian. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Milton Berle, comedian, TV personality; Ray Evans, Academy Award winning songwriter (lyricist), partner of Jay Livingston; Jay Livingston, Academy Award winning songwriter (composer).
Box 236

Ole Olsen . 1961 February 5.

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedian.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 222

Thomas Orley . 1956 December 26.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Hungarian refugee. Includes script and research notes.
Box 222

Carey Orr . 1961 May 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is a cartoonist. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Karl Hubenthal, editorial cartoonist for the Los Angeles Examiner newspaper; Tom Little, Nashville political cartoonist; Shaw McCutcheon, Spokane political cartoonist (son of famed political cartoonist John T. McCutcheon); Joe Parrish, cartoonist; Bruce Russell, editorial cartoonist for the Los Angeles Times newspaper.
Box 218

Major Peter Ortiz . 1949 November 9.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is an OSS Operative in World War II Europe.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 222

Helen Ostrowski . 1955 January 5.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Russian displaced person and American citizen. Includes script and research notes.
Box 222

Jesse Owens . 1960 April 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Olympic gold medalist. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Dave Albritton, Olympic teammate (silver medal in high jump in 1936);Ralph Metcalf, 1936 Olympic relay teammate (gold medalist); Rev. Robert "Bob" Richards, Olympic athlete; Lawrence Snyder, head coach of the 1960 U.S. Olympic men's track and field team; Frank Wykoff, 1936 Olympic relay teammate (gold medalist) - from Los Angeles, CA.
Box 236

Jesse Owens . 1960 April 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is an Olympic gold medalist.

General note

Photocopy. Annotated script.
Box 222

LeRoy "Satchel" Paige . 1971 October 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is a baseball legend. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Newt Allen, former Negro League baseball player, 2nd baseman, teammate on the Kansas City Monarchs; Chester Arnold, former Negro League baseball player, pitcher, teammate on the Chattanooga Black Lookouts in 1926; Vida Blue, baseball player, pitcher with Oakland A's; Lou Boudreau, player-manager of the Cleveland Indians, Hall of Famer, now announcer for the Chicago Cubs; subject's first major league manager; Frank Duncan, former Negro League baseball player, catcher; teammate for 15 years on the Kansas City Monarchs; William Lowe, former Negro League baseball player, 3rd baseman, teammate on the Chattanooga Black Lookouts; Ted Page, former Negro League baseball player, outfielder, teammate on the Pittsburgh Crawfords in 1932.
Box 222

Dr. Martin Palmer . 1960 January 13.

Scope and Content

Subject is a pioneer speech pathologist. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Adolphe Menjou, actor; Jane Wyman, actress.
Box 222

Peter Palmer . 1961 February 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Al Capp, cartoonist, creator of "Li'l Abner"; George Chandler, President of Screen Actor's Guild; Melvin Frank, "Li'l Abner" producer; Stan Greeson, personal manager; Norman Panama, "Li'l Abner" producer.
Box 236

Peter Palmer . 1961 February 12.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 222

Brad Parks . 1984 February 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is a paraplegic who pioneered wheelchair tennis. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Vic Braden, famous tennis coach; Beau Bridges, actor; Rosco Tanner, one of the all-time great tennis players.
Box 220

Freddie Parsons . 1977 July 8.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 222

Tony Pastor . 1960 June 8.

Scope and Content

Subject is a musician/singer. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Irving Aaronson, former bandleader; Les Burness, road manager and pianist; Lee Castle, bandleader (leads Dorsey Brothers Band) and trumpet player; Jerry Gray, bandleader and arranger; Worthy Hills, former bandleader and club owner; Buddy Morrow, bandleader and trombone player.
Box 220

Vic Patrick . 1977 April 6.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 222

Belden Paulson . 1958 March 5.

Scope and Content

Subject formed an organization to assist Italian refugees. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Hope Lange, actress; Don Murray, actor; James Read, U. N. Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees.
Box 222

Dr. Norman Vincent Peale . 1954 November 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a minister and writer. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Carl Erskine, Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher; Dale Evans, Western actress and singer.
Box 236

Dr. Norman Vincent Peale . 1954 November 17.

Scope and Content

Subject is a minister and writer.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 222

Minnie Pearl . 1957 May 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Grand Old Opry star. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Eddy Arnold, country singer; Pee Wee King, musician, former Grand Ole Opry star; Ted Switzer, with NBC publicity department; Claude Thompson, NBC's head make-up man.
Box 236

Minnie Pearl . 1957 May 1.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Grand Old Opry star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 222

Corney Pearson . 1953 May 13.

Scope and Content

Subject is a grocery clerk. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Spring Byington, actress; J. C. Penney, owner of company for which she once worked.
Box 218

Theodore Augustus Penland . 1949 November 30.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Civil War veteran. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Marian Goldwyn, campaign spokesperson for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis; Alfred E. Lyon, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Philip Morris; Carlos Romulo, President of the U.N. General Assembly.
Box 218

Charles H. Percy . 1950 January 18.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, research notes, audio. Subject is Man of the Year.
Box 220

Jill Perryman . 1976 July 19.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 218

Clare Phillips . 1950 March 15.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a woman spy in World War II Philippines.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 222

Dr. Bob Pierce . 1961 March 29.

Scope and Content

Subject founded "World Vision" aid organization. Includes script and research notes. Guests include: Dale Evans, Western actress and singer; Billy Graham, minister; Roy Rogers, Western actor and singer.
Box 218

Joe Pierce . 1949 May 3.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a blind veteran and Bataan Death March survivor.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 222

Suzanne Pleshette . 1972 November 16.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes: script and research notes. Guests include: Jerry Lewis, actor; Bob Newhart, actor; Gene Pleshette, father, Executive VP of Don Reid Productions; Madlyn Rhue, actress.
Box 296, Folder 6

Lillian Plom . 1949 December 14.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Script, audio. Subject is a lady barber.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 218

Lillian Plom . 1949 December 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is a lady barber. Includes: script and research notes.
Box 222

Mrs. Lillian Plom . 1949 November 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a lady barber. Includes script and research notes.
Box 222

Lily Pons . 1953 September 30.

Scope and Content

Subject is an opera diva. Includes: script and research notes. Guests include: Raul Bertrand, French Consul-General in Los Angeles; Dr. Walter De Cloux, Head of the USC Opera Department; Philomena (Mrs. Giovani) Pangoni, wardrobe mistress; Irra Petina, opera star; Frederick Schang, manager; Dr. Charles Thommasset, President of the Alliance Francaise of Los Angeles.
Box 222

Kenneth Porter . 1954 October 6.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject was forced by a war injury to stand up for the rest of his life.
Box 222

Harris Pottier . 1953 January 21.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Canadian World War II veteran who survivied 19 hours in the Atlantic after his ship was torpedoed. Includes: script; research notes.
Box 236

Harris Pottier . 1953 January 21.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Canadian World War II veteran who survivied 19 hours in the Atlantic after his ship was torpedoed.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 222

Mala Powers . 1956 January 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a movie star who survived a near fatal illness. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Johnny Grant, disc jockey; Piper Laurie, actress; Ida Lupino, actress, director, producer.
Box 222

William E. Powers . 1959 February 4.

Scope and Content

Subject is a blind Rhode Island Supreme Court Judge. Includes: script and research notes.
Box 236

William E. Powers . 1959 February 4.

Scope and Content

Subject is a blind Rhode Island Supreme Court Judge.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 222

William Pozonel . 1959 September 23.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Yugoslav refugee who had an eight year struggle to enter the United States.
Box 222

Wayman R. Presley . 1955 April 6.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a rural mail carrier. Includes: script; research notes. Guests include: Mrs. Theodore Chapman, President of the General Federation of Women's Clubs; Arthur Summerfield, Postmaster General of the United States.
Box 218

Dr. William Lowery Pressly . 1949 December 7.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is the 1949 family doctor of the year. Guests include: Lou Brissey, baseball player, patient; pitcher with Philadelphia Athletics; Teeny Greer, president of Erskine College; Dr. Andy Hall, 1950 Family Doctor of the Year; Dr. Elmer Henderson, President-Elect of the American Medical Association; Dr. Ernest E. Irons, President of the American Medical Association; Alfred E. Lyon, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Philip Morris; Hon. Howard McGrath, Attorney General of the United States.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 222

Vincent Price . 1972 November 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Guests include: Samuel Arkoff, Chairman of the Board and President of American International Pictures; Hans Conreid, actor; Vincent Graham, Vice President of Sears Roebuck; Helen Hayes, actress; Oscar Howe, Native American painter, resident artist at the University of South Dakota; Dorothy McGuire, actress; Kay Medford, actress; Ann Seymour, actress; Wilma Victor, Special Assistant for Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior; Donna Whitewing, Native American poet, with Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, NM; one of the first students to receive the Vincent Price Creative Writing Award he began at the Institute in 1962; Mary Wickes, actress; Jane Wyatt, actress.
Box 222

Mrs. Ivy Baker Priest . 1957 March 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is the United States Treasurer. Guests include: George Humphrey, Secretary of the Treasury.
Box 220

Reg Quartly . 1976 November 19.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 222

Alett Radzai . 1953 February 11.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a corneal transplant patient.
Box 56

Marjorie Rambeau . 1956 April 25.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star who overcame a serious injury. Guests include: Paul Gerson, was juvenile lead in the original Broadway production of "Ben Hur" in 1899; Harold Lipstein, cameraman on film "A Man Called Peter"; Roy Walling, playwright.
Box 220

Rose Ramsay . 1977 February 25.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 56

Martha Raye . 1953 November 25.

Scope and Content

Script only. Subject is a television comedienne and singer. Guests include: Paul Ash, conductor, pianist; Milton Berle, actor, comedian, television star; Mary McCarty, actress; Norman Taurog, film director; Joe Whitehead, vaudeville performer with subject's parents.

General note

Broadcast from New York City.
Box 220

Carol Raye . 1977 May 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 236

Martha Raye . 1953 November 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television comedienne and singer.

General note

Annotated script. (2 copies)
Box 218

John E. "Beans" Reardon . 1950 April 19.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a baseball umpire. Guests include: Bill Atwood, former baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies catcher); Dr. John H. Birch, founder of the Western Canada League (baseball); Bruce Cunningham, former baseball player (Boston Braves pitcher) on 1931 trip to Japan; now police inspector in Oakland CA; Floyd "Babe" Herman, former baseball player (Brooklyn Dodgers), scout for Pittsburgh Pirates; Ralph Kiner, baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder, National League home-run leader); Bob Meusel, former baseball player (of Yankees "Murderers Row" outfield).

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 56

Donna Reed . 1958 March 26.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Guests include: Buddy Adler, producer; Robert Armbruster, composer, conductor; Mala Powers, movie star.
Box 236

Donna Reed . 1958 March 26.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Isabel Reilly . 1976 September 24.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 56

Carl Reiner . 1960 March 23.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star and writer. Guests include: Imogene Coca, comedienne, actress; Howard Morris, comedian; Louis Nye, comedian; Robert Reiner, son, director, actor; Dinah Shore, singer.

General note

Taped March 20, 1960.
Box 236

Carl Reiner . 1960 March 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star and writer.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 220

Des Renford . 1976 January 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 218

Erna Arnstein Rex . 1949 November 2.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. This program was done as an elaborate Halloween prank.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 56

Debbie Reynolds . 1961 March 26.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Guests include: Solly Baiano, talent executive at Warner Brothers; Elmer Bernstein, Vice President of the Thalians; Steve Broidy, President of Allied Artists; Carrie Fisher, daughter, actress; Jack Haley, Jr., Executive Vice President of the Thalians; Liam Sullivan, Public Relations Director of the Thalians; Margaret Whiting, singer.
Box 218

Claude Rice . 1949 March 29.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is an 81 year old San Francisco cable car operator.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 218

Grantland Rice . 1948 December 28.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a sports writer. Guests include: football players, Frankie Albert, Burl Baldwin, Paul Cleary, Morley Drury, John Ferraro, Ray Montgomery, Ernie Pinckert, Ernie Smith, Irvine "Cotton" Warburton; Jim Thorpe, former athlete, football player, Olympic gold medalist; chosen All-Time All American (originally 1911 and 1912); Harry Stuhldreher, former Notre Dame football player (quarterback); Amos Alonzo Stagg, Dean of American football coaches; Florence Rice, daughter, actress; Elmer Layden, former Notre Dame football player (fullback); Jim Crowley, former Notre Dame football player (halfback).

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 56

Reverend Robert Richards . 1955 January 12.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a minister and an Olympic pole vault champion. Guests include: George Brown, Olympic broad jumper (only man to jump 26 feet in 1952); Owen Churchill, President of the Southern California Chapter of the U.S. Olympians; Craig Dixon, Olympic hurdler (Bronze medal in 110 meter high hurdles); Fortune Gordien, Olympic athlete (world record holder in the javelin); Donald Laz, champion pole vaulter.
Box 236

Reverend Robert Richards . 1955 January 12.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 56

Dr. Richard Ricklefs . 1960 October 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Includes a letter from Spade Cooley. Subject is a rural doctor in Northern California.
Box 56

Don Rickles . 1971 November 3.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes. Guests include: Don Adams, comedian; Hy Averback, television producer; Milton Berle, comedian; Red Buttons, actor, comedian; Jack Carter, actor, comedian; Kirk Douglas, actor; Sheldon Leonard, television producer; Dick Martin, actor, comedian; Jan Murray, comedian, actor; Carroll O'Connor, actor; Joe Scandore, personal manager; Ed Sullivan, television host; Danny Thomas, actor, comedian.

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedian.
Box 225

Lorna Ridgway . 1970 March 11.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Paul Rigby . 1976 July 16.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 56

Cliff Robertson . 1971 October 11.

Scope and Content

Research notes, production information and script. Subject is a film and television star. Guests include: Dan Barton, producer, actor; Edgar Bergen, ventriloquist, comedian; Bob Fryer, film producer; Dina Merrill, wife, actress; Dr. Boniface Obichere, Biafran, now Professor of History at UCLA; Frank Tallman, movie stunt flyer and test pilot.
Box 56

Dale Robertson . 1961 April 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Guests include: Lita Baron, actress; John Bromfield, actor; Rory Calhoun, actor; Jack Easton, agent; Johnny Mann, actor; Rose Marie, actress.
Box 295, Folder 3

Betty Robinson

Scope and Content

Research notes.
Box 56

Smith Robinson . 1954 March 24.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a humanitarian.
Box 236

Smith Robinson . 1954 March 24.

Scope and Content

Subject is a humanitarian.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 56

Jimmy Rodgers . 1959 January 21.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Guests include: Luigi Creatore, co-owner of Roulette Records; Chuck Miller, recording artist; Hugo Peretti, co-owner of Roulette Records.
Box 56

Karen Rogers . 1960 January 27.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a teenage polio victim.
Box 56

Roy Rogers . 1953 January 14.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a cowboy actor and singer. Guests include: Trigger, Roy's trained palomino horse; "Sons of the Pioneers" members Pat Brady, Carl Farr, Hugh Farr, Lloyd Periman, Tim Spencer; Dale Evans, wife, singer, actress.
Box 56

Gilbert Roland . 1956 June 20.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Guests include: Rory Calhoun, actor; Patricia McCormick, lady bull fighter; Herbert Tobias, partner in Goldstone-Tobias Agency.
Box 56

Carlos Romulo . 1959 January 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Philippine War hero and statesman.
Box 236

General Carlos Romulo . 1959 January 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Philippine War hero and statesman.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 57

Mickey Rooney . 1984 January 30.

Scope and Content

Research notes and script (photocopy). Subject is a film star. Guests include: Army Archerd, columnist; Red Buttons, comedian; Terry Allen Kramer, co-producer of "Sugar Babies"; Ann Miller, dancer, actress; Sid Miller, actor, singer, songwriter; Tom Pryor, editor of "Daily Variety"; Richard Quine, actor, director; Harry Rigby, co-producer of "Sugar Babies"; Ann Rutherford (Mrs. William Dozier), actress; Ruth Webb, agent.
Box 220

Lionel Rose . 1975 September 12.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Ken Rosewall . 1977 January 17.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 218

Barney Ross . 1949 May 24.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a prize fighter. Guests include: boxers Henry Armstrong (only man to simultaneously hold featherweight, lightweight and welterweight championships), Tony Cazoneri (lightweight champ subject defeated for title in 1933; now in nightclub act with Joey Adams and Mark Plant); Art Winch, former co-manager; now Chief Inspector for the State of Illinois Athletic Commission.
Box 57

Mary Ross . 1952 October 22.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a detective. Guests include: Jeanne Cagney, actress; William M. Cahill, Captain of Detectives of the L.A.P.D., former chief of the Arcadia Police Dept.; E. Raymond Cato, chief of the California Highway Patrol; Estes Kefauver, U.S. Senator from Tennessee.
Box 57

Lillian Roth . 1953 February 4.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Guests include: Milton Berle, actor, comedian, TV star; Mike Connolly, Hollywood Reporter columnist; Ruby Keeler, actress.
Box 57

Pearl Routon . 1956 December 19.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a florist and humanitarian.
Box 57

Harry Ruby . 1961 Arpil 2.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a song writer. Guests include: George Jessel, producer, actor, toastmaster; Al Schacht, former pitcher and coach for the Washington Senators; known as the Clown Prince of Baseball.
Box 236

Harry Ruby . 1961 April 2.

Scope and Content

Subject is a song writer.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 57

Charlie Ruggles . 1959 October 28.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Guests include: Don DeFore, actor; Luella Gear, Broadway leading lady; Marjorie Rambeau, actress; Cornelia Skinner, actress.
Box 237

Charlie Ruggles . 1959 October 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 57

Eugenia Russel . 1953 December 10.

Scope and Content

Script only. Subject is a Macy's salesgirl.
Box 220

Jim Russell . 1977 May 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 57

Helene Ruthling . 1953 March 18.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject founded 'Children's Ranch' in New Mexico.
Box 57

Viola Ruth . 1955 April 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a champion fiddler.
Box 57

Irene Ryan . 1971 September 19.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a television and stage star. Guests include: Vince Barnett, character comedian; Viola Dana, actress; Donna Douglas, actress; Buddy Ebsen, actor; Patricia Eltinge, USC drama student (junior); Frank Faylen, actor; Paul Henning, creator, writer and producer of "The Beverly Hillbillies"; Arthur Lake, actor; Eddie Parks, vaudeville actor; Joe Prevratil, Director of Movieland Wax Museum; Alex Segal, producer, Emmy-winning director, Chairman of USC Drama Dept.; Meredith Willson, composer and playwright.

General note

Taped: July 8,1971.
Box 57

Rachel Saint . 1957 June 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an Ecuador missionary.
Box 57

Junior Samples . 1971 May 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star and comedian. Guests include: John Aylesworth, executive producer of "Hee Haw"; Archie Campbell, comedian; Paul Gibson, manager; Frank Peppiatt, executive producer of "Hee Haw"; Kathy Samples, daughter, actress; Lisa Todd, actress.

General note

Taped: April 14, 1971.
Box 57

William Sample . 1983 November 12.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject formed the 'Sunshine Foundation' For Criminal Rehabilitation.

General note

Taped October 25, 1983.
Box 230

Tommy Sands . 1957 April 10.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a teenage singer. Guests include: Jim Bacon, Associated Press writer; Biff Collie, entertainer; Odis "Pop" Echols, disc jockey; Ernie Ford, singer, actor; Kenneth Nelson, Capitol Records executive; Cliffie Stone, entertainer.
Box 230

Isabel Sanford . 1984 January 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Guests include: Ed Cambridge, theatre director; Sherman Hemsley, co-star on "The Jeffersons"; Norman Lear, TV producer; Lillian Lehman, actress, former president of Kwanzaa Foundation; Mary Ellen White, agent.
Box 223

Captain "Tiger" Sarll . 1959 April 6.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 218

Major General Laverne Saunders . 1949 May 31.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a West Point football star and retired General.
Box 230

Nadia Scarpitta . 1953 January 28.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is part of an American family who was trapped in wartime Italy.
Box 230

Neil Schaffner . 1958 April 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a talent show impresario.
Box 230

Neil Schaffner . 1958 April 9.

Box 230

Dore Schary . 1956 April 18.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an MGM Studio Executive. Guests include: Mary Brian, actress; James Cagney, actor; Montgomery Clift, actor; Anne Francis, actress; Stewart Granger, actor; Moss Hart, playwright; Don Hartman, producer; Edward Everett Horton, actor; Van Johnson, actor; Louis Jourdan, actor; Guy Madison, actor; Lee Marvin, actor; Dorothy McGuire, actress; Margaret O'Brien, actress; Walter Pidgeon, actor; Charles Ruggles, actor; Robert Ryan, actor; Eva Marie Saint, actress; Lyle Talbot, actor; Elizabeth Taylor, actress; Robert Taylor, actor; Robert Young, actor.
Box 233

Dore Schary . 1956 April 18.

Scope and Content

Subject is an MGM Studio Executive.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 230

Roy Scheider

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Guests include: Joe Allen, owner of Orso Restaurant; Royce D. Applegate, actor; Jonathan Brandis, actor; Phil D'Antoni, producer of "The French Connection"; Liz Foldi, dancer, co-star in "All That Jazz"; Don Franklin, actor; Teddy Grossman, stunt coordinator on "Jaws"; Dick Orkin, produces comedy radio commercials; Ted Raimi, actor; Ann Reinking, dancer, co-star in "All That Jazz"; Marco Sanchez, actor; Gwen Verdon, actress, dancer, singer; widow of Bob Fosse.
Box 235

Dr. Robert Schuller . 1982 September 19.

General Physical Description note: 4 folders

Scope and Content

Research notes.
Box 220

Arthur Schutt . 1977 July 28.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 230

Llewellyn Scott . 1955 October 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an African American who founded the Washington D.C. Hospice.
Box 230

Toni Lee Scott . 1960 March 16.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer/amputee. Guests include: John Bromfield, actor; star of TV's "U.S. Marshal"; Von Dexter, TIYL Musical Director; Jack Fuller, former L.A. Police motorcycle officer; Pete George, father, former prizefighter under the name "Pietro Georgi"; Bob Scobey, bandleader for whom she sings; Carl Woodall, invented light weight, cosmetic limb.
Box 223

Sydney Scroggie . 1964 March 23.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 230

Kenyon J. Scudder . 1954 October 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is the Chino Prison superintendant. Guests include: Hall Bartlett, producer and director of the movie "Unchained" based on subject's experiences; Dolores Whitman, young girl participating in subject's "Toy Loan" program in Los Angeles, CA.
Box 235

Thomas F. Seay . 1967 April 12.

General Physical Description note: scripts

General note

Two copies.
Box 223

Harry Secombe . 1958 March 31.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 230

Carl J. Sedlmayer . 1955 March 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes
Box 230

Leo Seligman . 1958 June 18.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

The subject is a criminal rehabilitation professional.
Box 230

Mack Sennett . 1954 March 10.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a silent film producer. Guests include: Minta Durfee Arbuckle, actress, widow of Fatty Arbuckle; Rose Guilfoil Clark, played piano at the Cook Theatre; Keystone Kops: Andy Clyde, Chester Conklin, Heinie Conklin, Vernon Dent, Hank Mann; Sally Eilers, actress; Louise Fazenda, actress; Phyllis Haver, actress, started as Sennett Bathing Beauty; Del Henderson, was a young director when he worked with subject at Biograph in 1909, then worked for subject when Sennett started Keystone in 1912; Harold Lloyd, actor, comedian, movie star, producer, movie pioneer; Del Lord, actor, silent film comedian (member of the Keystone Kops); then director; F. L. McKee, there to announce the placing of an obelisk designating the location of the original Mack Sennett Studio, reads text for plaque; Jack Mulhall, actor; Franklin Pangborn, character actor; Fritzi Scheff, singer, Broadway actress; starred in Victor Herbert's "Mademoiselle Modiste" in which subject was a chorus boy; Cameron Shipp, author, (wrote subject's biography, "King of Comedy"), contributor to Saturday Evening Post; Alberta Vaughn, actress.
Box 218

John Sexton . 1948 November 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an elevator operator in the Los Angeles, William Fox Building.
Box 220

Victoria Shaw . 1976 March 11.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Nick Shehadie . 1976 August 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 230

Archbishop Bernard J. Sheil . 1960 October 26.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is the founder of a Catholic Youth organization.
Box 233

Archbishop Bernard J. Sheil . 1960 October 26.

Scope and Content

Subject is the founder of a Catholic Youth organization.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 230

Cantor Gregor Shelkan . 1954 February 17.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a cantor and holocaust survivor.
Box 223

The Reverend David Stuart Sheppard . 1960 October 3.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 230

Roberta Sherwood . 1958 April 16.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Guests include: Ernie Ford, singer, TV host; Walter Winchell, columnist.
Box 223

Ronald Shiner . 1958 November 3.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 296, Folder 7

Shipstad, Eddie and Roy . 1971.

Scope and Content

Show subject research file.
Box 234

Bill Shoemaker . 1990 February 2.

Scope and Content

Includes script and research materials.
Box 230

Dinah Shore . 1953 February 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer and television star. Guests include: Eddie Cantor, entertainer; Ticker Freeman, accompanist; Jimmy Rich, vocal coach, former musical director at WNEW in New York.
Box 230

Toots Shor . 1953 December 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a restaurateur. Guests include: Leo Durocher, former baseball player (Yankees, Reds, Cardinals, Dodgers); former manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, now manager of the New York Giants; Jackie Gleason, comedian, Broadway and television star; Quentin Reynolds, correspondent.
Box 230

Reverend Ralph Showers . 1984 March 1.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is handicapped, and built a ranch for handicapped adults.
Box 230

Dr. Sue Sikking . 1958 January 1.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an accident victim and Unity Minister.
Box 230

Mimi Silbert . 1984 January 4.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a criminal rehabilitation activist. Guests include: Maxine Chesney, San Francisco Superior Court judge; Jane Fonda, actress; Nancy Walker, San Francisco county supervisor; Michael Hennessey, San Francisco sheriff.
Box 223

Victor Silvester . 1957 December 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

William Simpson, O.B.E., D.F.C. . 1961 January 9.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell . 1962 October 22.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 230

Alice Siwundhla . 1956 November 28.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an African American woman attending college in the U.S.A.
Box 233

Alice Siwundhla . 1956 November 28.

Scope and Content

Subject is an African American woman attending college in the U.S.A.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 231

Katya Skotnicki . 1957 Febrary 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Russian refugee.
Box 223

James Slater . 1959 September 28.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 220

Sir Bruce Small . 1975 October 31.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

Donald Smith . 1977 August 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 220

T. J. Smith . 1976 February 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 218

Dr. Edmond Souchon . 1961 February 22.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a New Orleans doctor and jazz musician. Guests include: Ray Bauduc, musician (drums); Eddie Condon, musician (banjo and guitar); Bob Havens, musician (trombone); Ray Leatherwood, musician (bass); Matty Matlock, musician (clarinet); Mugsy Spanier, musician (cornet).
Box 223

Alfred Southon . 1959 March 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 218

Barry Spanjaard . 1983 December 15.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an American who survived Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Box 218

Dr. Frank Sparks . 1953 January 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an industrialist and College President.
Box 57

Tris Speaker . 1949 March 22.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a baseball player. Guests include: Lena Blackburn, former baseball player (White Sox shortstop, 1914), now assistant coach for the Athletics; Lou Boudreau, Cleveland Indians manager (his boss), "Manager of the Year" 1948; Harry Hooper, former baseball player (Boston right fielder, 1914); Bob Hope, legendary entertainer, friend; part owner of Cleveland Indians; J. T. "Chief" Meyers, former baseball player (Giants catcher, 1912 World Series against Boston); Joe Sewell, former baseball player (Cleveland Indians shortstop); Bill "Wamby" Wambsganss, former baseball player (Cleveland Indians, made only unassisted triple play in World Series history, 1920); Lefty Wiesmann, trainer for the Cleveland Indians since 1922.
Box 225

Johnny Speight . 1970 April 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Victor James De Spiganovics . 1960 November 21.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 218

Maria Spirtos . 1960 September 25.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Greek immigrant, Ohio's Mother of America 1958 - who has had a lifetime of hardships.
Box 233

Maria Spirtos . 1960 September 25.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Greek immigrant, Ohio's Mother of America 1958 - who has had a lifetime of hardships.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 218

Robert Stack . 1960 November 22.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Guests include: William J. Davis, was on All American First Team (shooting) with subject; Betty (Mrs. Eliot) Ness, widow of FBI agent Eliot Ness, whom subject played on television; Joe Pasternak, film producer; William "Bill" Shiffrin, agent; William Wellman, film director.
Box 233

Robert Stack . 1960 November 22.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 218

Ilse Stanley . 1955 November 2.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a German Jew who helped 400 people escape from the Nazi regime. Guests include: Fritz Lang, film director, directed her in the film "Metropolis" 30 years earlier when she was a student at the Max Rhinehardt School of the Theatre in Berlin - plug his new movie "While the City Sleeps"; Milton Stanley, husband, actor.
Box 223

Len Stanmore . 1959 December 21.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Joan Stanton . 1963 October 8.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 218

Colonel John P. Stapp . 1955 October 26.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an Air Force doctor and rocket sled test driver.
Box 57

Mabel Stark . 1950 April 26.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a circus animal trainer. Guests include: Jorgen M. Christiansen, great circus horse trainer, taught her to do parachute jump on horse; Dolly Jacobs, circus performer, was aerialist with Al G. Barnes Circus who fell 35 feet in 1934; now has elephant act with the Gil Gray Shrine Circus; Mrs. Charles Post, played baritone horn in Al G. Barnes Circus band; Bob Thornton, famous pioneer animal trainer; Eddie Trees, husband, was her head cage man in 1920.
Box 235

Statue of Liberty . 1985 April 15.

Scope and Content

Includes treatement and budget.
Box 223

Commander Gordon Steele . 1958 January 20.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Tommy Steele . 1958 October 27.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 57

Harry Steffel . 1949 January 25.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a man on the street.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 218

Casey Stengel . 1952 October 29.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is manager of the New York Yankees. Includes appearances by: Jim Brideweser; Chuck Dressen; Mel Duezabou; Braven Dyer; C.L. "Brick" Laws; Billy Martin; Irish Muesel; Irv Noren; John E. "Beans" Reardon; Charlie Silvera; Duke Snyder; Del Webb; Zach Wheat.
Box 223

Alice Stern . 1963 September 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 219

Bill Stern . 1959 November 25.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a sportscaster who overcame his narcotics addiction. Includes appearances by: Joe Louis, former heavyweight boxing champion; Phillip "Phil" Carlin, television producer; Tom Gallery, Director of Sports for NBC; Ray Scott, sportscaster.
Box 219

Jessie Steward . 1958 April 23.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a double amputee/model.
Box 219

Admiral Jim Stockdale . 1983 October 16.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a former prisoner of war.
Box 219

Pansy Stockton . 1953 December 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a sun painting artist. Guests include: Charles "Eagle Plume" Burkhardt, Native American, was one of the ceremonial dancers when she was formally adopted by the Ogallala Sioux in 1936 (she had interceded with the government on behalf of the South Dakota Sioux to help preserve their land and rights).
Box 223

Frederick Stone . 1958 March 3.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 219

Gale Storm . 1955 April 20.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film and television star. Guests include: Lee Bonnell, husband, former actor; Charles Farrell, actor; Rev. Dr. Cleveland Kleihauer, pastor of the Hollywood-Beverly Christian Church; Charles Pomerantz, agent.
Box 221

Major Alan Stretton . 1977 February 1.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 219

Douglas Stringfellow . 1954 January 20.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Utah Congressman.
Box 219

Ruth Strome . 1956 January 18.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Yuba City flood victim.
Box 219

Sally Struthers . 1983 October 11.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Guests include: Rita Moreno, actress; Jean Stapleton, actress; Judy Thomas, television producer; Sheila Renee Bluebird, Cherokee child (age 12) from Park Hill Project in Oklahoma; Danial Brown, actor; Damon Butler, actor; Tina Caspery, actor; Amy Lynn Cresliak, actress; Devonne Dellos, actress; Aaron Hamilton, actor; Christian Jacobs, actor; Angela Lee Sloan, actress; Robert Soap, Cherokee child (age 9) from Park Hill Project in Oklahoma; Justin Sugar, Cherokee and Creek child (age 10) from Park Hill Project in Oklahoma; Jennifer Ursitti, actress.
Box 219

Jesse Stuart . 1958 February 12.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an author, heart attack victim, and American Heart Association Spokesman.
Box 219

Gloria Swanson . 1957 January 23.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes appearances by: Monte Blue; Edmund Burnes; Francis X. Bushman; Ricardo Cortez; Allan Dwan; Julia Faye; Raymond Hatton; Rod LaRocque; Jesse L. Lasky; Walter O'Keefe; Mack Sennett; Lois Wilson.
Box 233

Gloria Swanson . 1957 January 23.

Scope and Content

Subject is a film star. Includes appearances by: Monte Blue; Edmund Burnes; Francis X. Bushman; Ricardo Cortez; Allan Dwan; Julia Faye; Raymond Hatton; Rod LaRocque; Jesse L. Lasky; Walter O'Keefe; Mack Sennett; Lois Wilson.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 219

Marguerita Sylva . 1956 March 17.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an opera star. Guests include: Madame Mariska Aldrich, former star of the Metropolitan Opera; Anna Fitziu, former soprano of the Metropolitan Opera; Robert Hurd, radio program executive in Los Angeles; Edward Johnson, former operatic tenor (sang the role of Don Jose opposite her Carmen at the opening of the Hollywood Bowl in 1922) and former General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera; Leslie Sylva, daughter, sportswear designer; Mrs. Francis Wilson, understudy; Cobina Wright, Hearst columnist.
Box 221

Maggie Tabberer . 1976 September 17.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 219

Kiyoshi Tanimoto . 1955 May 11.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Methodist Minister and a Hiroshima survivor.
Box 233

Reverend Kiyoshi Tanimoto . 1955 May 11.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Methodist Minister and a Hiroshima survivor.

General note

Annotated script. Television broadcast.
Box 221

Rod Taylor . 1975 October 10.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 221

Ron Taylor . 1975 November 14.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 221

Ron Taylor . 1975 November 14.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 221

Leonard Teale . 1976 September 27.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 219

Dr. James Templeton . 1952 November 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a doctor.
Box 223

Ellaline Terriss . 1962 May 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 219

Phil Thatcher . 1956 December 5.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an ex-convict.
Box 57

Charles Ward Thomas . 1950 March 29.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a Coast Guard hero.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 219

Danny Thomas . 1954 January 27.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a radio and television comedian. Guests include: Michael Curitz, movie director ("Casablanca", "White Christmas"; directed subject in "I'll See You In My Dreams" and "The Jazz Singer"); Earl Ebi, director of the Lux Radio Theatre; Lou Edelman, former Warner Brothers producer, now producer of subject's TV show "Make Room for Daddy"; Margaret Julia Thomas, daughter, later known as actress and TV star, Marlo Thomas.
Box 233

Danny Thomas . 1954 January 27.

Scope and Content

Subject is a radio and television comedian. Includes appearances by: Michael Curitz; Earl Ebi; Lou Edelman; Marlo Thomas.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 219

Lowell Thomas . 1959 September 30.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a Author/Traveler/Radio Personality. Includes appearances by: Jack Dempsey; Althea Gibson; Ingemar Johannson; Bobby Riggs, Beulah Bondi, Rev. Bob Richards.
Box 233

Lowell Thomas . 1959 September 30.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Author/Traveler/Radio Personality. Includes appearances by: Jack Dempsey; Althea Gibson; Ingemar Johannson; Bobby Riggs.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 57

Edyth Thomson . 1950 May 30.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a school teacher.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 223

Dame Sybil Thorndyke . 1960 October 10.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Bertie Wallace Tibble . 1963 February 25.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 219

Casey Tibbs . 1958 May 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a rodeo champion. Guests include: Bud Annis, Native American (Sioux), from the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in South Dakota; Bill Linderman, former All-Around Cowboy rodeo champion; Ken Roberts, former champion bull rider; Jim Shoulders, current All-Around Cowboy champion, top rodeo contestant of the day.
Box 233

Casey Tibbs . 1958 May 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is a rodeo champion.

General note

Television broadcast. Annotated script.
Box 223

Richard Todd . 1960 March 7.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 219

General Holger N. Toftoy . 1959 May 13.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

The subject pioneered the US Missile Program.
Box 295, Folder 3

Countess Alexandra Tolstoy

Scope and Content

Research notes. The subject is an anti-communist and daughter of Leo Tolstoy.
Box 219

Alexandra Tolstoy . 1956 October 10.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

The subject is an anti-communist and daughter of Leo Tolstoy.
Box 221

Air Vice Marshall William Townsend . 1976 April 22.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

Australian episode
Box 219

Colleen Townsend . 1958 November 12.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject gave up a film career for Church work. Guests include: Patrick Cunning, Television producer, now executive producer of "Lollipop Lane" on KMJ-TV in Fresno, CA; Rev. Louis Evans, Jr., husband, minister, pastor of Bel Air Presbyterian Church; Dr. Louis Evans, Sr., long-time pastor of the Hollywood Presbyterian Church; Mel Shauer, agent; Alan Young, comedian, and character actor, television star.
Box 219

Louise Tracy . 1972 September 26.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject (Mrs. Spencer Tracy) operated a clinic for the deaf. Includes appearances by: Walter Pidgeon.
Box 233

Louise Tracy . 1972 September 26.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject (Mrs. Spencer Tracy) operated a clinic for the deaf. Includes appearances by: Walter Pidgeon.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 219

Vincent Tracy . 1957 October 2.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a recovering alcoholic who founded a rehabilitation center.
Box 223

Jack Train . 1957 November 11.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 57

Lawrence Tranter . 1946 April 27.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is a paraplegic veteran.

General note

First episode of "This is Your Life" which was done as an act on "Truth or Consequences."
Box 223

Tommy Trinder . 1959 May 11.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 235

Harry S. Truman . 1955 November 30.

General Physical Description note: script
Box 235

Harry S. Truman . 1955 November 30.

General Physical Description note: 2 folders

Scope and Content

Includes script and reasearch file.
Box 219

H. Park Tucker . 1956 March 21.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is the Chaplain - Atlanta Penitentiary.
Box 223

Eva Turner . 1959 September 14.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Elizabeth Twistington-Higgins . 1961 November 6.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 221

Tommy Tycho . 1976 October 22.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Australian episode
Box 228

Agnes Underwood . 1956 November 7.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a lady newspaper editor. Guests include: Thomas Caton, Assistant City Editor of the Herald Express; Perry Fowler, Chief Photographer of the Herald Express; David Hearst, Publisher of the Los Angeles Herald Express; Ed Krauch, Picture Editor of the Herald Express; Bill Pigue, Assistant City Editor of the Herald Express; Edwin L. Stolp, former L.A. motorcycle policeman at Carthay Circle Theater movie premier in 1930's; Gertrude Price (Mrs. W. B.) Wilmott, Woman's Page Editor for the Los Angeles Record newspaper.
Box 233

Agnes Underwood . 1956 November 7.

Scope and Content

Subject is a lady editor.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 57

Leo Urbanski . 1950 March 22.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a fire chief.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 223

Madame Vacani . 1961 January 23.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Dick Van Dyke . 1987 March 26-April 19.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedian and film and television star. Includes appearances by: Morey Amsterdam; Sheldon Leonard; Rose Marie; Carl Reiner; Chita Rivera; Jerry Van Dyke.
Box 233

Mrs. Robert L. Vann . 1953 October 14.

General note

Jessie Ellen Mathews Vann. Subject is the owner and the publisher of the Pittsburgh Courier. Script is annotated.
Box 228

Mrs. Robert L. Vann . 1953 October 14.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Jessie Ellen Mathews Vann. Subject is the owner and the publisher of the Pittsburgh Courier.
Box 223

The Reverend Edward Chad Varah . 1961 February 20.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Calla Varner . 1959 October 4.

General Physical Description note: script; research notes

Scope and Content

Subject is an educator.
Box 225

Reg Varney . 1970 May 20.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Frankie Vaughn . 1970 April 14.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Frankie Vaughn . 1960 October 16.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a singer. Includes appearances by: Hetty King, music hall star; Billy Marsh, agent; Joe McGrath, actor, singer.
Box 235

T. Alexander Vaughey . 1969 September 19.

General Physical Description note: script
Box 228

Ralph Veady . 1955 November 30.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a double amputee and success story. Guests include: Joseph Bosio, Deputy City Attorney for the L.A. Department of Water and Power; Bert Clark, former operator of the Polar Palace ice skating rink in L.A.; Cleve Hermann, sportscaster, KRCA head of sports on the West Coast - assists surprise; Richard Nixon, U.S. Vice President.
Box 228

Sara Veffer . 1960 March 19.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Dutch Family - hid from Nazis 1,000 days in one room.
Box 223

John Vidler . 1958 November 10.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Count Felix von Luckner . 1959 November 4.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a World War I German Naval officer & adventurer. Guests include: Lowell Thomas, author, lecturer, war correspondent, radio and TV personality.
Box 234

Count Von Luckner . 1959 November 4.

Scope and Content

Subject is a World War I German Naval officer & adventurer.

General note

Photo script.
Box 228

Joseph A. Walker . 1961 May 29.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a test pilot.
Box 228

Mickey Walker . 1955 March 23.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is an artist and ex prizefighter. Guests include: John Anthes, manager; Jack Britton, welterweight champion; Douglas Morrow, Academy Award winning screenwriter, author of screenplay based on subject's life; Maxwell Simpson, noted American artist.
Box 221

Nancy Bird Walton . 1976 November 12.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Australian episode
Box 228

Mrs. Arries Ann Ward . 1957 February 27.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a 95 year old former slave.
Box 223

Sister Mary Ward . 1958 September 7.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Lucille Warnecke . 1959 March 31.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a polio victim who adopted Japanese children.
Box 228

Harry Warren . 1958 March 19.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a song writer. Includes appearances by: Alice Faye; Mack Gordon; Ruby Keeler; Guy Lombardo; Johnny Mercer; Walter Scharf.
Box 228

Coy and Goldie Watson . 1958 September 18.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subjects were silent film pioneers who had nine children. Includes appearances by family members who were child actors: Bill Watson; Bobs Watson; Delmar Watson; Garry Watson; Harry Watson.
Box 225

Madge Watson and Elsie Wood, M.B.E. . 1964 January 6.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Subject is a "mother" to displaced refugees. Program no. 307.
Box 228

Dennis Weaver . 1957 December 11.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Includes appearances by: Lonny Chapman, actor, writer, director in New York City; Charlton Heston, actor.
Box 223

Henry Webb . 1960 February 15.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

John Weber Jr. . 1955 October 19.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a former mental patient.
Box 57

Francis Weeks . 1950 May 3.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script, audio. Subject is a truck driver.

General note

Radio broadcast.
Box 223

Harry Welchman . 1960 February 8.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 228

Lawrence Welk . 1957 March 6.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is an orchestra leader and TV star. Guests include: Chuck Coffee, musician; Lennon Sisters.
Box 233

Lawrence Welk . 1957 March 6.

Scope and Content

Subject is an orchestra leader/TV star. Includes appearances by: The Lennon Sisters.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 228

William Wellman . 1954 December 8.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a film director. Includes appearances by: James Cagney; Robert Fellows; Hedda Hopper; Tab Hunter; Diana Lynn; Fred MacMurray; David O. Selznick; Jan Sterling; John Wayne; Teresa Wright.
Box 233

William Wellman . 1954 December 8.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a film director.Includes appearances by: James Cagney; Robert Fellows; Hedda Hopper; Tab Hunter; Diana Lynn; Fred MacMurray; David O. Selznick; Jan Sterling; John Wayne; Teresa Wright.

General note

Annotated.
Box 221

Michael Wendon . 1977 June 2.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Australian episode
Box 228

Emma Jo Wengert . 1954 May 12.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject was falsely imprisoned for murder.
Box 228

Jackson Wheeler, Jr. . 1961 June 9.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a young adventurer. Guests include: Chief Tangamashi, Jivaro medicine man; Nicta, Jivaro medicine man; Bill Leyden, television host.
Box 223

Mr. Albert Whelan . 1957 September 30.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 57

Betty White . 1987 March 23.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star. Guests include: Bea Arthur, actress; Ed Asner, actor; Frank DeVol, musical director on her early TV variety show; Georgia Engel, actress; Estelle Getty, actress; Mark Goodson, producer of TV game shows ("Password," "Match Game," etc.); Johnny Grant, "Mayor of Hollywood", radio and TV personality; Valerie Harper, actress; Cloris Leachman, actress; Gavin MacLeod, actor; Rue McClanahan, actress; Mary Tyler Moore, actress; Jack Paar, television talk show host; Gene Rayburn, host of "Match Game"; Grant Tinker, former head of MTM Productions, former NBC Chairman of the Board; Robert Whitten, drama teacher at Beverly Hills High School.
Box 57

Betty White . 1987 April 19.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star.
Box 233

Lee Roy "Lasses" White . 1949 March 1.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

Two copies of annotated scripts. Audio. Subject is a Vaudeville/film star. Guests include: Jimmie Cooper, minstrel showman and singer; Peeny Elmo, minstrel showman; Jimmy MacDonald, minstrel showman; Skeets Mayo, minstrel showman; Verne Phelps, minstrel showman; Ernest Reeves, minstrel showman, singer; William T. Speath, manager; John Swar, minstrel showman, half of team Swar & Mack, the original Two Black Crows; Chester Wilson, minstrel showman.

General note

For radio broadcast.
Box 57

Lee Roy "Lasses" White . 1949 March 1.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a Vaudeville/film star.
Box 57

Robb White . 1959 January 28.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a writer who bought and lived on a tropical island. Guests include: William Castle, producer-director; Von Dexter, TIYL Musical Director; Dr. John White, brother, scientist with the Smithsonian Astro-Physical Observatory.
Box 57

Thelma White . 1957 May 29.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a Vaudeville Star/Agent who survived a serious illness. Guests include: Armida, Latin-American star of stage and screen; Robert Blake, one of a group of six struggling young actors she represents; became star of TV's "Baretta"; Gaylord Carter, radio, television and recording artist (organist); Rosetta Duncan, vaudeville star, one of the Duncan Sisters; Vivian Duncan, vaudeville star, one of the Duncan Sisters.
Box 223

Vic Willcox . 1963 March 18.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Bransby Williams . 1958 December 8.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 233

Mae Williams . 1955 February 9.

Scope and Content

Subject is a Singer who overcame great adversity.

General note

Television broadcast annotated script. Guests include: Lou Costello, comedian, (part of team Abbott and Costello) - bought The Band Box (small Hollywood nightclub where she was performing) in 1943 and became her personal manager; Arthur Kachell, drama teacher at Hollywood High School; Beatrice Kay, singer; Janis Paige, movie and Broadway musical star; Danny Thomas, comedian, TV star.
Box 57

Marjorie Williams . 1954 April 21.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a Past Director, Hollywood Studio Club.
Box 57

Roger Williams . 1959 April 8.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a pianist/composer. Guests include: Bob Barker, host of "Truth or Consequences"; Milton Berle, TV star; Joe Conn, TIYL Tech Director; Dick Gottlieb, TIYL director; Stan Greeson, manager; Hal Kanter, Berle's director; David Kapp, Head of Kapp Records; Teddy Wilson, jazz pianist; subject's teacher at Julliard School of Music in New York City, 1951.
Box 223

Ted Willis . 1959 March 23.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 57

Earl Wilson . 1971 September 14.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a columnist. Guests include: Marty Allen, comedian; part of team Allen & Rossi; Cliff Arquette, comedian and actor; Wally Cox, bespectacled comedian and actor who usually played meek characters; Arte Johnson, actor and comedian, regular on TV's "Laugh-In"; Michelle Lee, actress; Paul Lynde, comedian, TV, Broadway and movie actor; Rose Marie, comedienne; Peter Marshall, host of "Hollywood Squares"; Earl Lyons Wilson, son, singer, composer.
Box 233

Earl Wilson . 1971 September 14.

Scope and Content

Subject is a columnist.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 223

Helen Wilson . 1961 April 4.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 57

Marie Wilson . 1958 December 31.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a comedienne/humanitarian. Guests include: Ida Mayer Cummings, founder and for 20 years President of the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged in Los Angeles (sister of Louis B. Mayer); Robert "Bob" Dachman, Midwest Director of the City of Hope; Robert "Bob" Fallon, husband, movie and television producer; Bryan Foy, film producer; Cy Howard, film, television and radio producer, director and writer - created, produced and directed "My Friend Irma" on radio; Joe Kievit, Los Angeles Director of the March of Dimes; Jack Latham, NBC newscaster; Cathy Lewis, radio, television and movie actress, co-star on "My Friend Irma"; Ken Murray, producer-star of musical revue "Blackouts"; Mary Sale, television producer.
Box 223

Michael Wilson . 1962 December 10.

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Godfrey Winn . 1961 April 12.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Teddy Winn . 1964 February 17.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 63

Jonathan Winters . 1971 January 18.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is a television star and comedian. Includes participants: Ernie Glucksman, producer of the NBC Comedy Hour; Stanley Kramer, producer and director.
Box 223

Colonel A.D. Wintle, M.C. . 1959 January 19.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 223

Norman Wisdom . 1957 December 2.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Dean Clarence Wolfe . 1960 August 21.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Isabella Charlotte Woodford . 1961 December 18.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 225

Sergeant James Edward Wood . 1958 October 5.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 221

Marvyn Wood . 1977 July 3.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Australian episode
Box 63

Gladys Workman . 1957 January 9.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Hard luck story. Guests include: Aurelio Arias, friend from her youth in Los Angeles; Hattie M. Brown, mother, from trailer home in South Los Angeles; Ida Ewing, friend from days in Los Angeles after they moved there from San Francisco (late 1930's to early 1940's); Hazel (Mrs. Sydney) Springman, lifelong friend, lived next door when subject's family moved to L.A. in 1909.
Box 221

Eric Worrell . 1976 June 11.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Australian episode
Box 63

Ed Wynn . 1953 June 3.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Subject is a film/radio/television star. Guests include: Gilda Gray, singer, actress, dancer who introduced "The Shimmy" in Ziegfeld Follies; Charles Ruggles, actor; Keenan Wynn, son, actor.
Box 233

Ed Wynn . 1953 June 3.

General note

Annotated script. Subject is a film/radio/television star.
Box 57

Convict "Johnny X" . 1950 January 11.

General Physical Description note: streaming audio

Scope and Content

script and audio

General note

Radio broadcast. Ex-Convict - Broadcast from Illinois State Penetentiary, Joliet, IL.
Box 233

Convict "Johnny X" . 1950 January 11.

General note

Annotated script. Ex-Convict - Broadcast from Illinois State Penetentiary, Joliet, IL.
Box 63

Charles E. Yeager . 1983 September 10.

General Physical Description note: script

Scope and Content

Subject is Brig. General Charles "Chuck" Yeager Air Force test pilot. Guests include: Gerald Ford, President of the United States.
Box 63

William H. Young . 1959 May 27.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Subject is a private detective.
Box 63

Louis Silvie Zamperini . 1954 April 7.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Subject is former Olympic Track Star & World War II prisoner of war turned minister. Guests include: Dean Cromwell, track and field coach at the University of Southern California; Jesse Owens, Olympic great; teammate in 1936 Olympics.
Box 233

Louis Silvie Zamperini . 1954 April 7.

General note

Annotated script. Subject is former Olympic Track Star & World War II prisoner of war turned minister.
Box 225

James Zarb . 1961 February 22.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

U.K. Episode.
Box 221

Bob Zimmer . 1975 August 29.

General Physical Description note: script

General note

Australian episode
 

Publicity Subseries 2.

Box 306, Folder 5

Alice Lloyd College Newsletter . 1987.

Box 306, Folder 5

Emmy Award Booklet . 1954.

Box 227

Hollywood Reporter Emmy Award Advertisement . 1984.

Box 51

Press Releases

Box 235

Publicity File . 1983.

Box 306, Folder 6

Publicity Flyers

Scope and Content

For the new show, This is Your Life.
Box 306, Folder 7

Publicity for Show on Cover of TV Review Magazine

Box 231

Publicity Reports

General Physical Description note: 1 folder
Box 227

This is Your Life, Santa Claus! . 1989.

General Physical Description note: sheet music
Box 306, Folder 4

TV Guide Articles, RCA Victor Radio News Article . 1953-1955.

Scope and Content

4 issues. Also includes a People Magazine Game card.
 

Clippings Subseries 3.

Box 234

Advertising Clippings

General Physical Description note: 1 folder
Box 302

Article on English Series Host, Michael Aspel . 1988.

Box 306, Folder 2

Article on This is Your Life . 1943 December.

General note

Los Angeles Examiner
Box 235

Assorted Clippings . 1983.

General Physical Description note: 1 folder
Box 292

Assorted Clippings

Box 296, Folder 4

Assorted Clippings

Box 302

Assorted Clippings . 1972.

Box 306, Folder 5

Assorted Clippings

General Physical Description note: 1 folder
Box 302

Eamon Andrews Memorial . 1987 December 7.

Box 304

English Series Clippings

Box 235

George Romney Clippings

Box 231

Lowell Thomas Clippings

General Physical Description note: 1 foflder
Box 34

Press Clippings (Assorted)

Box 35

Press Clippings (Assorted)

Box 232

Press Clippings (Assorted) . 1967.

Box 232

Press Clippings (Assorted) . 1967.

Box 232

Press Clippings (Assorted) . 1963.

Box 235

Press Clippings (Assorted) . 1993.

Box 295, Folder 3

Press Clippings (Assorted)

Box 306, Folder 2

Ralph Edwards, Family Closets are His Business . 1954 January.

Scope and Content

Cosmopolitan magazine article.
Box 306, Folder 2

The Saga of an Honest Con Man . 1953 May.

Scope and Content

Published in Tele-Views.
Box 306, Folder 2

This is His Life

Scope and Content

TV Radio Life cover article on Ralph Edwards.
Box 306, Folder 2

This is His Life . 1953 April.

Scope and Content

Radio-TV Mirror article on Ralph Edwards.
Box 235

Unidentified Clippings

 

Photographs and Negatives Subseries 4.

Box 317

Assorted Negatives

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 319

Assorted Negatives

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 304

English Production Photographs . 1963-1964.

Box 304, Folder 1

English Production Photographs . 1963-1964.

Box 295

Ronal Reagan Host Photographs

Scope and Content

Also includes contracts.
Box 313

Staff and Public Relations Pictures

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 71

Negatives of Show Subjects (Abeles-Anderson)

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 226

Photographs of Show Subjects (Adkins-Healy)

General Physical Description note: 8 x 10 b & w

Scope and Content

Autographed photographs of program subjects with Ralph Edwards.
Box 73

Negatives of Show Subjects (Anthony-Baker, B.)

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 75

Negatives of Show Subjects (Baker, D.- Blackstone)

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 320

Negatives of Show Subjects (Begay - Klenhard) . 1948-1950.

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 72

Negatives of Show Subjects (Blair - Bradley)

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 74

Negatives of Show Subjects (Braham - Bunker)

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 76

Negatives of Show Subjects (Burns - Caulfield)

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 70

Negatives of Show Subjects (Chasen - Conn)

General Physical Description note: negatives
Box 68