Collection consists of radio scripts related to the career of Irve Tunick. Includes programs such as American school of the
air (1944-48), Cavalcade of America (1949-53), Towards a better world (1943-44), and The world is yours (1937-41).
Tunick was born in New York, New York, July 27, 1912; was a writer for radio and television, best known for his work on popular
television shows in the 1950s; created film scripts promoting the war effort for the Federal government during WWI; was the
founder of the Eastern Region of the Television Writers of America; his numerous credits include Bonanza, Studio one, Ironside
and The bold ones; his film credits include Murder, Inc., Lady of vengeance, and High hell; he died September 5, 1987.
3.75 Linear Feet
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