93.237.10 Monogram PR sheet of ‘clipping’ from the LA Times, reviewing “Ridin’the Cherokee Trail” no date. 36 copies. 93.237.11
Monogram PR sheet of ‘clipping’ from the Hollywood Reporter, reviewing “Ridin’ the Cherokee Trail” no date. 5 copies. 93.237.12
PR sheet for “Song of the Buckaroo,” in Spanish.) 93.237.13 PR sheet for records from “Song of the Buckaroo,” in Spanish.
93.237.14 Press clipping from the “Des Moines Tribune,” Aug. 10, 1938. Northwesterners home from making Starlight over Texas.
93.237.14 Press clipping, Northwesterners, Des Moines Tribune, Dec. 13, 1938. 93.237.14 Press clipping, Des Moines Sunday
Register, Aug. 29, 1937, 3/4 page color picture of Tex Ritter. Incidental image of Bill Boyd. 93.237.15 Press release by Edward
F. Finney “Unsung Heroes of the Silver Screen,” printed from LAAC Mercury. About treatment of animals, especially horses,
in film making. 8 copies. 93.237.16 PR for “Song of the Buckaroo,” on pink paper, 7 copies. Press clipping with note from
Samuel S. Kestenbaum, Motion Picture Daily, Jan. 18, 1939, 2 copies. Clipping from Jan. 14, 1939 Independent Exhibitors Film
Bulletin, and Jan 9, 1939 review from The Hollywood Reporter.
93.237.17 Various Spanish language press sheets for Ritter movies. 93.237.17 Exploitation catalog, Monogram Pictures, for
Starlight over Texas. Lists available lobby cards, display cards, posters and merchandise. 2 copies. 93.237.17 Tex Ritter
Cowboy song Folio, by Sam Fox, 1937. 93.237.17 Exploitation catalog, The Man from Texas. 93.237.17 Exploitation catalog, Rollin’
Westward. 93.237.17 Exploitation catalog, Trouble in Texas. 93.237.17 Exploitation catalog, Roll, Wagons, Roll. 93.237.18
Contract with Boots and Saddles Pictures, Edward Finney from 1938. Photostat of Tex Ritter’s letter of response, receipt for
93.237.19 Dialog continuity, Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts. (93.237.19) 93.237.19 First rough, Six Gun Galahad, Dec. 6, 1940.
93.237.20 Mark Studio Tex Ritter 5 prints, Unidentified possibly from Utah Trail, 9 120 contact prints, 1 4x5 print “
Could I haunt a house” (possibly Ed Finney?) double exposure by Dick Palmer.
93.237.20 Three 4x5 contact prints (they don’t overlap...) from envelope developed for W. Hunter, Nov. 26, 1940. 4x5 Photo
of Tex and another man (Finney?)
93.237.20 Thirty-one 4x5 prints, snow/winter scenes with elk herd. Possibly Utah Trail stills.
Note: All negatives from folder five are located in Box 3 of this collection.
93.237.21 Fan Letter, from club president “Texas” Jim Cooper. 93.237.21 Tex Ritter article by Jim Cooper from “Texas Parade”
July 1968, Vol. XXIX, no. 2, pp. 16-19.
93.237.22 Two (2) 8x10 negatives numbered 3844-pub-5, 3844-pub-6 shows Group in front of Parry Lodge, smaller group with Tex
Ritter at center. 93.237.22 One (1) 8x10 negative, Sing Cowboy, Sing, 606. 93.237.22 One (1) photo 8x10, The Northwesterners
signing contract for Monogram Pictures. 93.237.22 Three (3) photos 8x10, one is unidentified, others are TR 4-18 Tex Ritter
in Sundown on the Prairie, 607-13 Comics Horace Murphy, Snub Pollard and Tex - Riders of the Rockies. 93.237.22 Suggestions
to improve Westerns. Apparently from exit polls taken at theaters across the West. 93.237.22 Letters and Contracts for Ritter’s
Personal Tour—July 1939. 93.237.22 The 49er, Slim Andrews publicity book, with photos of Slim and Tex. 93.237.22 Box office
receipts and tour report, 1939. 93.237.22 July 1939 Ritter Tour. Letters sent from Finney to Ritter, notice to extend the
tour through Sept. Two copies of a contract purchasing rights to a story “Hi diddle-diddle” from Andrew L. Stone and Frederick
Jackson by Andrew Stone Productions. The Letterhead is pasted over a Republic Pictures letterhead. March 1943.
93.237.23 Lyrics for songs recorded for Roll Wagons Roll (not used), O Suzanna as reworded by Tex Ritter (several copies)
, Roll Wagon Wheels Roll On, AMPP temporary card assigning Roll Wagons Roll the certificate number 5706. 93.237.23 Letter
from Harry Wessinger, Manager the Carolina Theater, South Carolina, Aug. 21, 1939. Requesting more popular songs for Ritter
movies. 93.237.23 Scores, handwritten, for “The Renegades” by Glen Strange. 93.237.23 Box office salary report from the William
Morris Agency, Jun 1937 to April 1938. 93.237.23 4x5 photos of Utah Trail and Song of the Buckaroo, dated June 1969. 93.237.23
Monogram dispatch #49, June 2, 1938, Limberlost, Jackie Cooper. Page 4 article on bringing in more money on Ritter films,
says they should bring in what Autry does. 93.237.23 Campaign aids for Ritter movies. 93.237.23 Biography, the Exhibitor,
pp. 33-34, Nov. 29, 1939. Has biographies on Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and Tex Ritter, with pictures of each artist and best
wishes from each to the magazine. 93.237.23 Telegrams (2) from Tex Ritter to Ed Finney about car wreck in Beckley, West Virginia,
Aug. 14, 1959. 93.237.23 One (1) 8x10 photo of villain with Tex in stranglehold. From Rollin’ Westward, TR 5-10. 93.237.23
Script, Roll, Wagons, Roll.
93.237.24 Script, The Pioneers, by Charles Anderson, 3 copies. 93.237.24 Script, Song of the Gringo, by John McCarthy and
93.237.25 Shooting schedule, Badlands. 93.237.25 Script, The Utah Trail, by Edmund Kelso.
93.237.26 Script, The Utah Trail, by Edmund Kelso, signed by Ed Finney. Folder 12
93.237.27 Script, Tex and the Boy Scouts, by Edmund Kelso.
93.237.28 Script, cover page and title missing, by Herbert A Woodbury, from his novelette, the Land that Law Forgot.
93.237.29 Script, Sing Cowboy Sing, #606. Folder 15
93.237.30 Score, handwritten, “Back in ‘67" by Lange and Porter, for Rollin’ Westward. 93.237.30 SAG contracts for Rollin’
Westward, for salary of $66.00 per week. Herbert Corthell, Harry Harvey, Charles King, Hank Worden, Tom London, Rudy Sooter,
Bud Osborne, Wally West, Bud Pope, Bob Terry, Tex Palmer, Chick Hannan, Horace Murphy, Dorothy Fay, Slim Whitaker, and Dave
O’Brien. 93.237.30 Dialog continuity, Rollin’ Westward. 93.237.30 Call lists, preview for cast and staff. 93.237.30 Script,
West of the Law, by Fred Myton (became Rollin’ Westward), 2 copies. 93.237.30 Production code certificate for Rollin’ Westward.
93.237.30 Music for Rollin’ Westward. Letter about Out in the Golden West music by Rudy Sooter from Bert Pellish. Lyrics for
Rollin’ Westward by Lange and Porter. Score, photostat of Westward by Ted Choate and Bert Pellish. Lyrics for various songs
for Rollin’ Westward, including handwritten copy of Out in the Golden West by Rudy Sooter. 93.237.30 AMPP code certificate
5056 and letter granting certificate for Rollin’ Westward. 93.237.30 44 8x10 photos from Rollin’ Westward. TR 5-1 to TR 5-75
93.237.31 Biography of Tex Ritter. 2 copies. Folder 17
93.237.32 Fifty-one (51) 8x10 photos, Roll Wagons, Roll, numbered 3843 to 3843-61 (some missing). 2 8x10 photos, Mystery of
the Hooded Horsemen (?) numbered 608-13 and 608-28. 1 4x5 photo, unidentified.
93.237.33 8 x10 photos, numbered TR 11-1 to TR 11-80, for Rhythm of the Rio Grande. 93.237.33 Dialog continuity, Rhythm of
the Rio Grande. 93.237.33 Call list, cast and crew for Rhythm of the Rio Grande. 93.237.33 SAG contracts for Rhythm of the
Rio Grand at $75.00 per week: Suzan Dale, Chick Hannan, Forrest Taylor, Martin Garralaga, Tristram Coffin, Warner Richmond,
Mike Jiminez Rodriguez, James McNally, Juan Duval, Earl Douglas, Frank Mitchell. 93.237.33 SAG contracts, Day contract and
extra contract for Riders of the Rancho Grande: Maxine Leslie $25.00, Marin Sais $35.00, George Fisk, stunt rider $55.00,
Mantan Mouland $75.00, Hal Taliaferro $125.00, Edw. Cecil $66.00, Roy Barcroft $100.00, Jean Joyce $75.00, Merrill McCormick
$66.00, John Rutherford $150.00, Olin Francis $75.00, Wally West $66.00, Nolan Willis $66.00, and Bruce Mitchell $66.00. All
rates are per week. 93.237.33 Sales manual, Rhythm of the Rio Grande, 2 copies. 93.237.33 “Reward” posters for Rhythm of the
Rio Grande, 2 copies. 93.237.33 Scores and lyrics. Rose of My Dreams, 10,000 Cattle, Boll Weevil Song, Rhythm of the Rio Grande,
Pablo the Mexican Bandit. Folder 19
93.237.34 Zenith checks paid to Chief Thundercloud amounts of $235.50, $166.20, and 41.00, in August 1947. 93.237.34 Zenith
check paid to Jay Silverheels in amount of $79.50, in 1947. 93.237.34 Zenith checks paid to Chief Yowlachie in amounts of
$71.28, and $185.50 in 1947.
93.237.35 One 8x10 photo, Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts, TR-2. Publicity still.
93.237.36 Three 4x5 photos, unidentified, views of Tex on White Flash, rearing. 93.237.36 Eight 4x5 photos, bound together
by a brad, unidentified movie action stills. 93.237.36 Thirty-nine (39) 4x5 photos, bound together by a brad, from TR 11,
movie action stills.