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box 119, folder 2

More Remick Hits Through the Years (c. 1944)

box 119, folder 3

More Time Together (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

box 119, folder 4

More Time Together (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

box 119, folder 5

More Time Together (folder 3 of 3) (1955 February 26)

Scope and Contents note

With Lisa Kirk.
box 119, folder 6

Most Beautiful Girl in the World (no date)

box 120, folder 1

Most Spectacular Spectacle (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett, Durante, and Jules Buffano.
box 120, folder 3

Mother's Day Song (c. 1934)

box 120, folder 4

Mr. America (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 120, folder 5

Mr. America Finale (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Closing music for "Mr. America."
box 120, folder 6

Mr. and Mrs. Jive (1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 207, folder 20

Mrs. Calabash (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 120, folder 9.
box 120, folder 8

Music Box Song (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Herb Crooker and Joel Herron.
box 120, folder 10

Music Goes Round and Round (c. 1935)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Edward Farley and Michael Riley. Lyrics by "Red" Hodgson.
box 120, folder 11

My All Girl Band (folder 1 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 120, folder 12

My All Girl Band (folder 2 of 7) (1956 November)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 120, folder 13

My All Girl Band (folder 3 of 7) (no date)

box 121, folder 1

My All Girl Band (folder 4 of 7) (no date)

box 121, folder 2

My All Girl Band (folder 5 of 7) (no date)

box 121, folder 3

My All Girl Band (folder 6 of 7) (1955 February 26)

box 121, folder 4

My All Girl Band (folder 7 of 7) (1956 November)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Night club version.
box 121, folder 5

My All Girl Band Reprise (no date)

box 122, folder 1

My Cup of Tea (no date)

box 122, folder 2

My Funny Valentine (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart.
box 122, folder 3

My Geraldine (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Frank Orth. Lyrics by Keller Mack.
box 122, folder 4

My Hot Water Bag Baby (1955 March 19)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 122, folder 5

My Kind of Girl (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Includes "The Song from Moulin Rouge (Where Is Your Heart)" on the reverse.
box 122, folder 6

My Little Girl (c. 1942)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Albert Von Tilzer. Lyrics by Sam Lewis and Will Dillon.
box 243, folder 29

My Nose's Birthday (1945 December 7)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Victor Moore. See also box 122, folders 7 - 10; and box 123, folders 1 - 3.
box 122, folder 7

My Nose's Birthday (folder 1 of 7) (1945, 1947, 1948, 1950)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante, Harry Harris, and Harry Crane. For Durante and Moore Show, 1947 February 28; M.G.M. Records, 1947 December 5; Durante Show, 1948 February 11; Motorola Show, 1950 November 29. See also box 243, folder 29.
box 122, folder 8

My Nose's Birthday (folder 2 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 243, folder 29.
box 122, folder 9

My Nose's Birthday (folder 3 of 7) (1947 December 5)

Scope and Contents note

For M.G.M. Records. Labeled "new arrangement." See also box 243, folder 29.
box 122, folder 10

My Nose's Birthday (folder 4 of 7) (1947 December 5)

Scope and Contents note

For M.G.M. Records. See also box 243, folder 29.
box 123, folder 1

My Nose's Birthday (folder 5 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 243, folder 29.
box 123, folder 2

My Nose's Birthday (folder 6 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 243, folder 29.
box 123, folder 3

My Nose's Birthday (folder 7 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 243, folder 29.
box 123, folder 4

My Old Man (1949, 1950)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1949 January 17, 1950 January 20, 1950 June 16.
box 123, folder 5

My Psychiatrist (1950, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1950 June 23.
box 228, folder 21

My Street (no date)

box 123, folder 6

My Struttin' Man (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 243, folder 4

Never Had a Worry (1952 February 23)

box 123, folder 7

New Dance Team From Brazil (folder 1 of 2) (1951 March 21)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Durante and Carmen Miranda.
box 123, folder 8

New Dance Team From Brazil (folder 2 of 2) (1951 March 21)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Carmen Miranda.
box 207, folder 5

No Business (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett. See also box 124, folders 1 - 2.
box 124, folder 1

No Business (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett. Also includes a copy of "Park Scene" on the reverse of a draft lead sheet. See also box 207, folder 5.
box 124, folder 2

No Business (folder 2 of 2) (1956 February 4)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Milton Berle. See also box 207, folder 5.
box 124, folder 3

No Decent Man Lead-in (no date)

box 124, folder 4

Nobody Wants My Money (folder 1 of 7) (1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1949 February 11, with Judy Canova; and 6th T.V. Show, 1951 March 21.
box 124, folder 5

Nobody Wants My Money (folder 2 of 7) (1949 February 11)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 124, folder 6

Nobody Wants My Money (folder 3 of 7) (no date)

box 124, folder 7

Nobody Wants My Money (folder 4 of 7) (no date)

box 124, folder 8

Nobody Wants My Money (folder 5 of 7) (no date)

box 124, folder 9

Nobody Wants My Money (folder 6 of 7) (no date)

box 124, folder 10

Nobody Wants My Money (folder 7 of 7) (no date)

box 124, folder 11

Nobody Wants My Money Tag (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional Music for "Nobody Wants My Money."
box 125, folder 1

Nobody's Sweetheart (1952 October 6)

box 124, folder 12

Nobody's Sweetheart Lead In (no date)

box 125, folder 2

Nose, the Voice, and the Haircut (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "The Voice, the Nose, and the Haircut," and "The Voice, the Haircut, and the Nose."
box 125, folder 3

Nose, the Voice, and the Haircut (folder 2 of 2) (1946)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Also known as "The Voice, the Nose, and the Haircut," and "The Voice, the Haircut, and the Nose." Includes one copy of the score from 1946 February 1 for Durante, Victor Moore, and Frank Sinatra, and one from 1946 November 8 labeled "new version."
box 125, folder 4

Not Him, Me (1955 September 20)

Scope and Contents note

For Puppet Film #9.
box 228, folder 12

Ochi Chornia (1964 October)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Ocha Chornia" and "Orcha Chonia." See also box 124, folders 5 - 7.
box 125, folder 5

Ochi Chornia (folder 1 of 3) (1964 October)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Ocha Chornia" and "Orcha Chonia." See also box 228, folder 12.
box 125, folder 6

Ochi Chornia (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Ocha Chornia" and "Orcha Chonia." See also box 228, folder 12.
box 125, folder 7

Ochi Chornia (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Ocha Chornia" and "Orcha Chonia." See also box 228, folder 12.
box 125, folder 8

Oh Me! Oh My! Oh You! (c. 1934)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Burton Lane. Lyrics by Harold Adamson.
box 125, folder 9

Old Folks (c. 1938)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Willard Robison. Lyrics by Dedette Lee Hill.
box 189, folder 4

Old Man Time (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ernie Freeman. See also box 125, folders 10 - 11; and box 126, folder 1.
box 125, folder 10

Old Man Time (folder 1 of 3) (c. 1962)

Scope and Contents note

By Cliff Friend. Arranged by Ernie Freeman. See also box 189, folder 4.
box 125, folder 11

Old Man Time (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ernie Freeman. See also box 189, folder 4.
box 126, folder 1

Old Man Time (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Joe Lipman. See also box 189, folder 4.
box 126, folder 2

Old Mother Hubbard (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Clarence Stout.
box 126, folder 3

Old Soft Shoe (1955 September 1)

box 126, folder 4

Old Song Medley (1951 April 18)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Sophie Tucker.
box 126, folder 6

Old Worcester (no date)

box 126, folder 5

On a Sunday by the Sea (1951 December 29)

box 126, folder 7

On the Loose (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 126, folder 8

On the Old Back Seat of the Henry Ford (c. 1916)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Lawrence Dillon. Lyrics by Will A. Dillon.
box 243, folder 20

Once Every Year (c. 1971)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Mike Corda. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster. See also box 126, folder 9.
box 126, folder 10

One For All and All For One (1952 January 26)

box 127, folder 1

One Hundred and One Hootenanny Folk Song Favorites (c. 1961)

box 245, folder 1

One in a Million (1952 November 3)

box 127, folder 2

One Little Step (1949 November 4)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show.
box 127, folder 3

One of These Days (no date)

box 189, folder 5

One of Those Songs (1965(?) December 18)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ernie Freeman. See also box 127, folders 4 - 7; and box 128, folders 1 - 4.
box 127, folder 4

One of Those Songs (folder 1 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Gerard Calvi. Lyrics by Will Holt. See also box 189, folder 5.
box 127, folder 5

One of Those Songs (folder 2 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 5.
box 127, folder 6

One of Those Songs (folder 3 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 5.
box 127, folder 7

One of Those Songs (folder 4 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 5.
box 128, folder 1

One of Those Songs (folder 5 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 5.
box 128, folder 2

One of Those Songs (folder 6 of 7) (1966 August)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Club arrangement. See also box 189, folder 5.
box 128, folder 3

One of Those Songs (folder 7 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For the Burl Ives Show. See also box 189, folder 5.
box 128, folder 4

One of Those Songs Insert (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "One of Those Songs." See also box 189, folder 5.
box 189, folder 6

One Room Home (1963 May)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Warner Brothers Records. See also box 129, folders 1 - 5.
box 129, folder 1

One Room Home (folder 1 of 5) (1944, 1951, 1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. See also box 189, folder 6.
box 129, folder 2

One Room Home (folder 2 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 6.
box 129, folder 3

One Room Home (folder 3 of 5) (1963 June)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 6.
box 129, folder 4

One Room Home (folder 4 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Dick Grove. For Durante and the Lennon Sisters. See also box 189, folder 6.
box 129, folder 5

One Room Home (folder 5 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Joe Lipman. See also box 189, folder 6.
box 130, folder 1

One, Two, Three, Four (no date)

box 129, folder 6

Only One (1963 February)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by M. Gentile.
box 130, folder 2

Ooh Bang Jiggelly Jang (1955)

Scope and Contents note

By Bob Merrill.
box 130, folder 3

Ooka Waka Huley Ah (1949 June 3)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show.
box 130, folder 10

Opening (no date)

box 130, folder 11

Opening - Durante Apartment (1956 March 10)

box 83, folder 2

Opening billboards and Patron of the Arts (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Harper MacKay. Includes list of orchestral instruments and rehearsal schedule. For Durante T.V. Special.
box 130, folder 14

Opening for Girls (no date)

box 131, folder 4

Opening Night (1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 131, folder 3

Opening Record Shop (1956 March 24)

box 245, folder 8

Opening, Love Song, Icycles, Money Song, Finale (1950 May 12)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 243, folder 28.
box 131, folder 5

Opera for Candy (1949 May 4)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 131, folder 6

Opera Intro (no date)

box 131, folder 7

Opera Routine (no date)

box 131, folder 8

Operatic Entrance (no date)

box 131, folder 9

Operatic Medley (no date)

box 131, folder 10

Opus 17 (no date)

box 131, folder 11

Our Father Who Art in Heaven (c. 1929)

Scope and Contents note

By William A. Dillon.
box 131, folder 12

Our Town at Night (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 131, folder 13

Our Voices Were Meant for Each Other (folder 1 of 4) (1951 October 6)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For All-Star Revue. For Durante and Helen Traubel.
box 131, folder 14

Our Voices Were Meant for Each Other (folder 2 of 4) (1962 May 26)

box 132, folder 1

Our Voices Were Meant for Each Other (folder 3 of 4) (c. 1951)

box 132, folder 2

Our Voices Were Meant for Each Other (folder 4 of 4) (1951 October 6)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Helen Traubel.
box 132, folder 3

Our Voices Were Meant for Each Other Part 1 (1963 June)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Helen Traubel.
box 132, folder 4

Our Voices Were Meant for Each Other Part 2 (c. 1963)

box 133, folder 1

Ours (c. 1936)

Scope and Contents note

By Cole Porter.
box 133, folder 2

Ozarks are Callin' Me Home (c. 1936)

Scope and Contents note

By Cole Porter.
box 133, folder 3

P.S. Thirty Three (1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Camel Show, 1949 October 21.
box 133, folder 4

Palm Springs I Love You (1977 September 29)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Gino Monari. Lyrics by Nicolo J. DeMaria. Autographed by DeMaria. Includes note from DeMarie to Jimmy and Margie Durante.
box 133, folder 5

Pancho Duranto (no date)

box 89, folder 5

Paree (1950, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Also known as "Vague's Song" and "I'm the Toast of Paris." Also included as part of a medley with "I'm a Romantic Gondolier." See box 81, folder 2.
box 133, folder 6

Parlor Piano (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Harold Adamson.
box 133, folder 7

Partners (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett. For Durante, George Jackson, and Liberace.
box 133, folder 8

Partners (folder 2 of 2) (1956 January 28)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante, George Jackson, and Liberace. Includes "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee," "Candelabra Girl," and "I Want to Go Where You Go."
box 133, folder 9

Partners Part 2 (no date)

box 134, folder 1

Peedle Dee Dee (1950, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show, 1950 June 9.
box 134, folder 2

Pennsylvania (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett. Also includes "Oh What a Miserable Afternoon."
box 134, folder 3

Pennsylvania (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

box 134, folder 4

Pennsylvania (folder 3 of 3) (1955 August 18)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante, Polly Bergen, and the Jud Conlon Singers.
box 134, folder 5

Pennsylvania Reprise (no date)

box 135, folder 1

Pepper Hot Baby (1955 November 12)

box 135, folder 2

Personality Bill Bailey (1959 August 20)

Scope and Contents note

From Evening with Durante, with guest Bobby Darin.
box 27, folder 6

Personnel of the Club Durant (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "We're the Personnel."
box 27, folder 7

Personnel of the Club Durant (folder 2 of 3) (1953)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "We're the Personnel." By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 27, folder 8

Personnel of the Club Durant (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "We're the Personnel."
box 135, folder 3

Phantom President (c. 1932 September 9)

box 135, folder 6

Piano Duet (1956 March 10)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Liberace. Also known as "Piano Contest."
box 135, folder 4

Piano Duet - Concerto (no date)

box 135, folder 5

Piano Duet - Finish (no date)

box 189, folder 7

Piano is a Delicate Thing (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Dick Grove. See also box 136, folders 1 - 3.
box 136, folder 1

Piano is a Delicate Thing (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 7.
box 136, folder 2

Piano is a Delicate Thing (folder 2 of 3) (1956 March 24)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 7.
box 136, folder 3

Piano is a Delicate Thing (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Dick Grove. See also box 189, folder 7.
box 137, folder 4

Piano Player and Bill Bailey (folder 1 of 6) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 137, folder 5

Piano Player and Bill Bailey (folder 2 of 6) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 137, folder 6

Piano Player and Bill Bailey (folder 3 of 6) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 137, folder 7

Piano Player and Bill Bailey (folder 4 of 6) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Eddie's Intro to Real Piano Player." See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 137, folder 8

Piano Player and Bill Bailey (folder 5 of 6) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 142, folder 12

Piano Player and Bill Bailey (folder 6 of 6) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 136, folders 4 - 5; box 137, folders 1 - 8; and box 228, folder 1.
box 136, folder 4

Piano Player Gets the Girl (folder 1 of 4) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett. See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1..
box 136, folder 5

Piano Player Gets the Girl (folder 2 of 4) (1955 January 1)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 137, folder 1

Piano Player Gets the Girl (folder 3 of 4) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 137, folder 2

Piano Player Gets the Girl (folder 4 of 4) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 137, folder 3

Piano Player Gets the Girl Opening (1958 August 18)

Scope and Contents note

Opening music for "Piano Player Gets the Girl." See also box 142, folder 12; and box 228, folder 1.
box 228, folder 1

Piano Player Gets the Girls (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 136, folders 4 - 5; box 137, folders 1 - 8, and box 142, folder 12.
box 138, folder 1

Piggy Bank Song (1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Camel Show, 1949 October 7.
box 138, folder 2

Pike's Peak or Bust (folder 1 of 3) (1948, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Rexall Show, 1948 May 19; Camel Show, 1949 May 20, 1949 December 9, 1950 May 19.
box 138, folder 3

Pike's Peak or Bust (folder 2 of 3) (1948 May 19)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 138, folder 4

Pike's Peak or Bust (folder 3 of 3) (1955 July 21)

Scope and Contents note

Labeled "new arrangement."
box 138, folder 5

Pocatello (1948 March 24)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Rexall Show, with guest Victor Moore.
box 138, folder 6

Poor Buttermilk (c. 1921)

Scope and Contents note

By Zez Confrey.
box 138, folder 7

Pop Art Ballet (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

box 138, folder 8

Pop Art Ballet (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

box 138, folder 9

Pop Art Ballet (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Harper Mackay.
box 138, folder 10

Potato (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Hot Potato."
box 139, folder 1

Pre-Jackson (no date)

box 139, folder 2

Presenting Jimmy Durante (folder 1 of 2) (1967)

box 139, folder 3

Presenting Jimmy Durante (folder 2 of 2) (1967)

box 139, folder 4

Primitive Man (1949 May)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 139, folder 5

Promenadin' (c. 1949)

Scope and Contents note

By Robert Wright and George Forrest.
box 139, folder 6

Pronoun, the Adjective, and Verb (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Sid Kuller and Lee Wainer
box 139, folder 7

Pronunciation (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Harper Mackay. For Durante TV Special. See also box 228, folder 11.
box 139, folder 8

Pupalina (folder 1 of 3) (c. 1954)

Scope and Contents note

By Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer.
box 140, folder 1

Pupalina (folder 2 of 3) (1954 November 3)

Scope and Contents note

Recording arrangement for Durante and the Jud Conlon Singers.
box 140, folder 2

Pupalina (folder 3 of 3) (1952 December 11)

Scope and Contents note

T.V. Version.
box 139, folder 9

Pupalina Opening (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Opening music for Pupalina.
box 140, folder 3

Puppet Number (no date)

box 140, folder 5

Pussycat Song (folder 1 of 4) (1949 January 28)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show, 1949 January 28, with guest Candy Candido; Motorola Show, 1950 November 29; and M.G.M. Records.
box 140, folder 6

Pussycat Song (folder 2 of 4) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Bob Bornstein.
box 140, folder 7

Pussycat Song (folder 3 of 4) (1948 December 29)

box 140, folder 8

Pussycat Song (folder 4 of 4) (1948 December 29)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy, for M.G.M. Records.
box 140, folder 4

Put a Great Big Smile on Your Face (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten lyrics on the reverse of a Friar's Club score sheet.
box 140, folder 9

Put That Green Hat on That Red Head (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

By Johnny Tucker, Carl Field, and Joe Schuster.
box 140, folder 10

Put Yourself in My Hands (1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante, Jules Buffano, and Jack Barnett.
box 140, folder 11

Puttin' On the Ritz (c. 1929)

Scope and Contents note

By Irving Berlin.
box 140, folder 12

Putty (no date)

box 245, folder 10

Radio songs and speeches (folder 1 of 2) (1933)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of songs and sketches performed on the radio in 1933.
box 245, folder 11

Radio songs and speeches (folder 2 of 2) (1933)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of songs and sketches performed on the radio in 1933.
box 140, folder 13

Ragtime Daddy (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folders 25 - 26.
box 228, folder 25

Ragtime Daddy (1 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 140, folder 13.
box 228, folder 26

Ragtime Daddy (2 of 2) (? September 20)

Scope and Contents note

Film 14, with Lisa Kirk. See also box 140, folder 13.
box 141, folder 1

Ranger's Song (no date)

box 140, folder 14

Razzamatazz (c. 1967)

Scope and Contents note

By Dorinda Morgan.
box 141, folder 2

Read the Little Print (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 141, folder 3

Ready to Take a Chance Again (c. 1978)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Charles Fox. Lyrics by Norman Gimbel.
box 228, folder 4

Real Piano Player (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 141, folders 4 - 9; and box 142, folders 1 -2.
box 141, folder 4

Real Piano Players (folder 1 of 7) (1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show, 1949 March 4, with Al Jolson, and 1949 November 11, with Elvia Allman; Al Jolson Show, 1949 April 21; and Victor Recording, 1951 January 26. See also box 228, folder 4.
box 141, folder 5

Real Piano Players (folder 2 of 7) (1949 March 4)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Al Jolson. See also box 228, folder 4.
box 141, folder 6

Real Piano Players (folder 3 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 4.
box 141, folder 7

Real Piano Players (folder 4 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 4.
box 141, folder 8

Real Piano Players (folder 5 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 4.
box 141, folder 9

Real Piano Players (folder 6 of 7) (1962 June)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy, for Durante and Helen Traubel at the Desert Inn, Las Vegas. Re-scored version. See also box 228, folder 4.
box 142, folder 3

Real Piano Players (folder 7 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 4.
box 142, folder 2

Real Piano Players Eddie's Intro (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 4.
box 142, folder 1

Real Piano Players Faust Intro (1962 June)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Lead-in to "Real Piano Player." For Durante and Helen Traubel. See also box 228, folder 4.
box 142, folder 4

Red Garters (c. 1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 142, folder 5

Red, Hot, and Blue (c. 1937)

Scope and Contents note

By Cole Porter.
box 59, folder 3

Removing Hats (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Reprise of "Hats Hats Hats."
box 59, folder 4

Removing Hats (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Reprise of "Hats Hats Hats."
box 59, folder 5

Removing Hats (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Reprise of "Hats Hats Hats."
box 142, folder 6

Ridin' High (c. 1937)

Scope and Contents note

By Cole Porter.
box 142, folder 7

Ridin' the Range on my Pinto (folder 1 of 2) (1948 October 22, 1949 February 18, 1950 January 6)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show.
box 142, folder 8

Ridin' the Range on my Pinto (folder 2 of 2) (1948 October 22)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 142, folder 9

Ring Fell Under the Sofa (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 253, folder 12

Robert Lee Traubel Insert (no date)

box 142, folder 10

Robin Randall Song (c. 1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 142, folder 11

Rock a Rolla the Old Pianola (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Roger Genger, Ralph Stein, and A. Merrill.
box 143, folder 1

Rock and Roll Opener (no date)

box 143, folder 2

Rock Right (no date)

box 143, folder 3

Rocky Marciano Number (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Rocky Marciano. Lyrics written on stationery from Hotel Nacional de Cuba, Havana; and Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas.
box 143, folder 4

Rose of the Rio Grande (c. 1950)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren and Ross Gorman. Lyrics by Edgar Leslie.
box 143, folder 5

Rose Tattoo (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Jack Brooks.
box 143, folder 6

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Jimmy Carroll.
box 228, folder 10

Rufus Rastus Insert (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown." See also box 143, folder 7.
box 143, folder 7

Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown (1951 March 25, 1950 May 16)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Lewis Raymond. For M.G.M. Records. See also box 228, folder 10.
box 143, folder 8

Sam and Peter (no date)

box 50, folder 7

Same Old Broadway/Every Street Medley (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Includes "It's Still the Same Old Broadway" and "Every Street's a Boulevard."
box 228, folder 3

San Francisco (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 143, folders 9 - 10; and box 144, folders 1 - 4.
box 143, folder 9

San Francisco (folder 1 of 3) (1967 June)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 3.
box 143, folder 10

San Francisco (folder 2 of 3) (1967 June)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 3.
box 144, folder 1

San Francisco (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 3.
box 144, folder 2

San Francisco Bay (folder 1 of 3) (1952 September 20)

Scope and Contents note

For Eddie Jackson. See also box 228, folder 3.
box 144, folder 3

San Francisco Bay (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 3.
box 144, folder 5

San Francisco Bay (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 3.
box 144, folder 4

San Francisco Intro (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 228, folder 3.
box 7, folder 6

Santa Claus Bridge (1948 December 10)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 145, folder 1

Santa Claus is Coming to Town (1952 April 3)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Jimmy Carroll.
box 145, folder 2

Sawdust and Spangles and Dreams (1962 January 23)

Scope and Contents note

By Roger Edens.
box 145, folder 3

Say It With Flowers (no date)

box 145, folder 8

Say it With Ink (a Dinka Do) (no date)

box 145, folder 4

Say Ooh La La (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 145, folder 5

Schnozz (no date)

box 145, folder 6

Schnozzola (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

box 145, folder 7

Schnozzola (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

box 146, folder 1

Second Boy From the Right (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 146, folder 2

Second Boy From the Right (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

box 146, folder 3

Second Boy From the Right (folder 3 of 3) (1954 April 27)

Scope and Contents note

Housed in folder labelled "It's the Man Who Makes the Clothes."
box 146, folder 4

See You Around (1952 September 20)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Labelled "with puppets."
box 336, folder 18

Seeburg Record List (no date)

box 147, folder 1

Sell What You Sing (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Helen Traubel.
box 147, folder 2

Senor Jose Durante (1952 September 24)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 147, folder 3

September Song (folder 1 of 8) (no date)

box 147, folder 4

September Song (folder 2 of 8) (1956 May 10)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Bob Bornstein.
box 147, folder 5

September Song (folder 3 of 8) (no date)

box 147, folder 6

September Song (folder 4 of 8) (no date)

box 147, folder 7

September Song (folder 5 of 8) (no date)

box 147, folder 8

September Song (folder 6 of 8) (1963 October)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Club arrangement.
box 147, folder 9

September Song (folder 7 of 8) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Club arrangement.
box 147, folder 10

September Song (folder 8 of 8) (no date)

box 148, folder 1

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Polly Bergen and the Pearce Sisters.
box 148, folder 2

Shake Rattle and Roll (no date)

box 148, folder 3

She Doesn't Like (folder 1 of 2) (c. 1925)

Scope and Contents note

By Walter Winchell, Durante, and Chick Endor.
box 148, folder 4

She Doesn't Like (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

box 148, folder 5

She's a Good Little Girl (c. 1947)

Scope and Contents note

By Charlie Tobias, William A. Dillon, and Henry Tobias.
box 148, folder 6

Shine (c. 1924)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Ford Dabney. Lyrics by Cecil Mack and Lew Brown.
box 148, folder 7

Short Fat Cuddley Creature (c. 1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 148, folder 8

Short Playoff (no date)

box 316, folder 13

Show Biz Song Folio 1953

box 148, folder 9

Show Business Needs Talent (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by M. Gentile.
box 148, folder 10

Show Me a Happy Woman (1953 January 29)

Scope and Contents note

By Sammy Fain.
box 229, folder 3

Show Train (folder 1 of 4) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 229, folder 4

Show Train (folder 2 of 4) (no date)

box 229, folder 5

Show Train (folder 3 of 4) (no date)

box 229, folder 6

Show Train (folder 4 of 4) (1954 February 7)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante, Carol Channing, Tallulah Bankhead, and the Jud Conlon Singers.
box 229, folder 7

Show Train Opening (1956 May 11)

Scope and Contents note

Opening Music for Show Train.
box 149, folder 1

Sing a Song I Wrote (1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 149, folder 2

Sing Sing Sing (1951 October 6)

box 148, folder 11

Sing Soft Sing Sweet (folder 1 of 3) (1949)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1949 February 4; and Catholic Charities Show, 1949 March 29; both with Bing Crosby.
box 148, folder 12

Sing Soft Sing Sweet (folder 2 of 3) (1949 February 4)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy, for Durante and Crosby.
box 148, folder 13

Sing Soft Sing Sweet (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Joe Lipman.
box 149, folder 3

Singing School (1955)

Scope and Contents note

By Frank Orth.
box 149, folder 4

Singing Teacher (no date)

box 149, folder 5

Skinamarink (1964 October)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Club arrangement.
box 149, folder 6

Slow Down Slow Down (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Ray Rasch.
box 149, folder 7

Small Town (c. 1956)

Scope and Contents note

By Pony Sherrell and Phil Moody.
box 149, folder 8

Small Town Obbligato (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett
box 149, folder 9

Smile (c. 1954)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Charles Chaplin. Lyrics by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons.
box 149, folder 10

Smile Darn You Smile (1954 March 14)

Scope and Contents note

For Eddie Jackson.
box 150, folder 1

Snooty (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Jerome Gottler. Words by Archie Gottler.
box 150, folder 2

Snow is White (no date)

box 150, folder 3

So Are You (c. 1909)

Scope and Contents note

Music by George Gershwin. Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Ira Gershwin.
box 228, folder 15

So I Ups to Him (no date)

box 151, folder 3

So Little Time (no date)

box 150, folder 6

Some Enchanted Evening (c. 1949)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Richard Rodgers. Words by Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd.
box 150, folder 4

Somebody's Overlooking a Gold Mine (1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 150, folder 5

Someday Soon (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante, Mack H. Kay, and Fred Patrick.
box 150, folder 7

Something New Has Been Added (no date)

box 241, folder 13

Song ideas (folder 1 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescript drafts of song lyrics and patter, many unpublished and unrecorded. See also box 246, folders 1 - 2; and box 245, folder 9.
box 241, folder 14

Song ideas (folder 2 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescript drafts of song lyrics and patter, many unpublished and unrecorded. See also box 246, folders 1 - 2; and box 245, folder 9.
box 245, folder 9

Song ideas (folder 3 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescript drafts of song lyrics and patter, many unpublished and unrecorded. See also box 246, folders 1 - 2; and box 241, folders 13 - 14.
box 246, folder 1

Song ideas (folder 4 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescript drafts of song lyrics and patter, many unpublished and unrecorded. See also box 241, folders 13 - 14; and box 245, folder 9.
box 246, folder 2

Song ideas (folder 5 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescript drafts of song lyrics and patter, many unpublished and unrecorded. See also box 241, folders 13 - 14; and box 245, folder 9.
box 231, folder 4

Song lyrics (folder 1 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of lyrics from songs written and co-written by Durante, or sent to Durante for review. See also box 243, folders 1 - 2; box 245, folders 12 - 13; and box 246, folders 3 and 6.
box 243, folder 1

Song lyrics (folder 2 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of lyrics from songs written and co-written by Durante. See also box 231, folders 4; box 245, folders 12 - 13; and box 246, folders 3 and 6.
box 243, folder 2

Song lyrics (folder 3 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of lyrics from songs performed, written, or co-written by Durante, and sent to Durante for review. See also box 231, folders 4; box 245, folders 12 - 13; and box 246, folders 3 and 6.
box 245, folder 12

Song lyrics (folder 4 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of lyrics of songs performed, written, or co-written by Durante. Also includes lists of props and staging notes for each number. See also box 231, folders 4; box 243, folders 1 - 2; and box 246, folders 3 and 6.
box 245, folder 13

Song lyrics (folder 5 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of lyrics of songs performed, written, or co-written by Durante. Also includes lists of props and staging notes for each number. See also box 231, folders 4; box 243, folders 1 - 2; and box 246, folders 3 and 6.
box 246, folder 3

Song lyrics (folder 6 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of lyrics of songs performed, written, or co-written by Durante.
box 246, folder 6

Song lyrics (folder 7 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts of lyrics of songs performed, written, or co-written by Durante. See also box 231, folder 4; box 243, folders 1 - 2; box 245, folders 12 - 13.
box 150, folder 8

Song With Puppet (1951 January 24)

box 150, folder 9

Song's Gotta Come From the Heart (folder 1 of 5) (1947, 1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Sammy Cahn. For Rexall Show, 1947 November 5, with Bing Crosby; Al Jolson Show, 1949 March 2; Motorola Show, 19?? November 29, with Helen Traubel; 1951 January 26, for Victor Recordings; and "It Happened in Brooklyn," with Frank Sinatra.
box 150, folder 10

Song's Gotta Come From the Heart (folder 2 of 5) (1947 November 5)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Bing Crosby.
box 150, folder 11

Song's Gotta Come From the Heart (folder 3 of 5) (1956 May 4)

Scope and Contents note

For Peter Lawford and Anna Maria Alberghetti.
box 151, folder 1

Song's Gotta Come From the Heart (folder 4 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Helen Traubel.
box 151, folder 2

Song's Gotta Come From the Heart (folder 5 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Helen Traubel, R.C.A. Victor Records. Includes added intro and verse.
box 151, folder 10

Sonny Boy (c. 1928)

Scope and Contents note

By Al Jolson, B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
box 151, folder 4

Sonny-Durante Medley (1964 October)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Club arrangement.
box 151, folder 5

Sound Off (1952 February 23)

box 151, folder 6

Spain (no date)

box 34, folder 4

Special Intro and Verse (1951 March 21)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy
box 151, folder 7

Specially for Little Girls (c. 1956)

Scope and Contents note

By Peter Cadby.
box 155, folder 5

Springfield (c. 1951)

Scope and Contents note

Song lyrics written on the reverse of a letter from Mrs. G.M. Needham. The letter requests a meeting with Durante for Needham's five-year-old daughter, Margot, who loves Durante's television shows.
box 151, folder 8

St. Louis Blues (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Helen Traubel.
box 155, folder 4

Stanley Steamer (c. 1947)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Ralph Blane.
box 151, folder 9

Star Dust (c. 1929)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Hoagy Carmichael. Lyrics by Mitchell Parish.
box 152, folder 1

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 1 of 26) (1944, 1949, 1950, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show, 1949 March 4; Durante Show, 1950 November 1, 1950 November 29, 1950 December 27, 1951 January 24, 1951 February 21, 1951 March 21, 1951 April 18; All Star Revue, 1951 October 6; and the Big Show, NBC.
box 152, folder 2

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 2 of 26) (no date)

box 152, folder 3

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 3 of 26) (no date)

box 152, folder 4

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 4 of 26) (1943 March 26)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 152, folder 5

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 5 of 26) (no date)

box 152, folder 6

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 6 of 26) (no date)

box 152, folder 7

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 7 of 26) (no date)

box 153, folder 1

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 8 of 26) (1966 March 23)

box 153, folder 2

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 9 of 26) (no date)

box 153, folder 3

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 10 of 26) (no date)

box 153, folder 4

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 11 of 26) (no date)

box 153, folder 5

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 12 of 26) (no date)

box 153, folder 6

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 13 of 26) (no date)

box 154, folder 1

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 14 of 26) (no date)

box 154, folder 2

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 15 of 26) (no date)

box 154, folder 3

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 16 of 26) (no date)

box 154, folder 4

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 17 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Club arrangement.
box 154, folder 5

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 18 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Club arrangement.
box 154, folder 6

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 19 of 26) (no date)

box 154, folder 7

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 20 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Friars' Club arrangement.
box 154, folder 8

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 21 of 26) (no date)

box 154, folder 9

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 22 of 26) (no date)

box 154, folder 10

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 23 of 26) (no date)

box 155, folder 1

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 24 of 26) (no date)

box 155, folder 2

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 25 of 26) (no date)

box 155, folder 3

Start Off Each Day With a Song (folder 26 of 26) (1955 May 5)

box 155, folder 6

State of Arkansas (folder 1 of 6) (1947, 1948, 1949)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Rexall Show, 1947 November 12, with Dorothy Lamour and 1948 March 10, with Van Johnson; Camel Show, 1948 October 13, 1949 January 14, and 1949 November 25; Cancer Society Show, 1949 March 30; and M.G.M. Records, date unspecified.
box 155, folder 7

State of Arkansas (folder 2 of 6) (1948 January)

box 155, folder 8

State of Arkansas (folder 3 of 6) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Billy Loose.
box 155, folder 9

State of Arkansas (folder 4 of 6) (no date)

box 155, folder 10

State of Arkansas (folder 5 of 6) (1947 November 12)

Scope and Contents note

For M.G.M. Records.
box 155, folder 11

State of Arkansas (folder 6 of 6) (no date)

box 156, folder 1

Stick With the Winner (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 156, folder 2

Story (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

box 156, folder 3

Story (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

box 228, folder 17

Strutaway Vamp (no date)

box 156, folder 4

Stupendious Collosseal Gijantic (no date)

box 156, folder 5

Such Is My Love (no date)

box 156, folder 6

Suit With Two Pair of Pants (folder 1 of 2) (1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1949 April 8.
box 156, folder 7

Suit With Two Pair of Pants (folder 2 of 2) (1949 April 8)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 156, folder 8

Summer Love (folder 1 of 2) (1948 October 8)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 156, folder 9

Summer Love (folder 2 of 2) (1948 September 28)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 156, folder 10

Sunny Side of the Street (1948 June 23)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 156, folder 11

Sunny Side Up (c. 1929)

Scope and Contents note

By B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
box 156, folder 12

Sweet Molly Malone (c. 1950)

Scope and Contents note

Adapted by Hughie Price and the Andrews Sisters.
box 158, folder 4

Symphony Broadcast (no date)

box 158, folder 5

Tag after acrobatic act (no date)

box 158, folder 6

Take an L (folder 1 of 4) (1946, 1947, 1949, 1950)

Scope and Contents note

For Rexall Show, 1947 October 22, with Victor Moore.
box 158, folder 7

Take an L (folder 2 of 4) (no date)

box 158, folder 8

Take an L (folder 3 of 4) (1946 April 12)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 158, folder 9

Take an L (folder 4 of 4) (no date)

box 247, folder 1

Take Your Pick (folder 1 of 2) (1952)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante, Jack Barnett, and Jules Buffano.
box 247, folder 2

Take Your Pick (folder 2 of 2) (1952 October 18)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante, Eddie Jackson, and Fifi D'Orsay.
box 247, folder 3

Take Your Toes (no date)

box 236, folder 1

Takin' Miss Mary Insert (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for Takin' Miss Mary. See also box 249, folder 1; and box 247 folder 4.
box 249, folder 1

Takin' Miss Mary to the Ball (1953 November 8)

Scope and Contents note

New TV Version. See also box 236, folder 1; and box 247, folder 4.
box 247, folder 4

Taking Miss Mary to the Ball (1948 June 2)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. See also box 236, folder 1; and box 249, folder 1.
box 236, folder 3

Tarantelle (no date)

box 236, folder 2

Tea for Two (c. 1958)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Vincent Youmans. Lyrics by Irving Caesar.
box 236, folder 4

Ten Girls Ago (1962)

Scope and Contents note

By Sammy Fain and Diane Lampert.
box 236, folder 5

Ten Percent Off (1946 August 13)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Ralph Freed.
box 236, folder 6

Thank Heaven for Little Girls (c. 1957)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Frederick Loewe. Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Arranged by John Rodby. For the Burl Ives Show.
box 236, folder 8

Thanks song (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Ethel Merman.
box 236, folder 7

Thanks to Thee (c. 1972)

Scope and Contents note

Arrangement and lyrics by Mike Corda.
box 236, folder 9

Thanksgiving Dinner (no date)

box 236, folder 10

Thanksgiving Song (no date)

box 236, folder 11

That Old Game of Mine (1952 November 15)

Scope and Contents note

For Eddie Jackson.
box 236, folder 12

That's a Friend (no date)

box 236, folder 13

That's All (no date)

box 235, folder 3

That's Amore (c. 1953)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Jack Brooks.
box 236, folder 14

That's My Boy (folder 1 of 2) (1950 November 1)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett and Sammy Fain. For Durante and Donald O'Connor.
box 236, folder 15

That's My Boy (folder 2 of 2) (1964 October)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Club act. See also box 255, folder 12.
box 235, folder 1

That's the Boss (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett. See also box 207, folder 7.
box 235, folder 2

That's What You Mean to Me (c. 1956)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 32, folder 1

The Contest of the Concertos (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett. For Durante and Liberace.
box 235, folder 4

There are Two Sides of Every Girl (1945, 1946)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Ralph Freed.
box 235, folder 5

There Will Never Be Another You (c. 1942)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Mack Gordon.
box 238, folder 2

There'll Be Some Changes Made (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ruby Raksin.
box 235, folder 6

There'll Be Some Changes Made (folder 1 of 3) (1951 December 1)

Scope and Contents note

For Eddie Jackson.
box 235, folder 7

There'll Be Some Changes Made (folder 2 of 3) (1959 August 20)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Bobby Darin.
box 235, folder 8

There'll Be Some Changes Made (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

box 235, folder 9

There's a Little Bit of Bad in Every Good Little Girl (c. 1944)

Scope and Contents note

By Grant Clarke and Fred Fischer.
box 235, folder 12

There's a Place in the Theatre (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Original Ethel Barrymore parts.
box 235, folder 13

There's a Place in the Theatre (folder 2 of 2) (1951, 1952, 1956)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. With Ethel Barrymore, 1951 December 1; and Charles Laughton, 1956 March 3.
box 235, folder 11

There's a Place in the Theatre tag (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional Music for "There's a Place in the Theatre."
box 229, folder 1

There's a Rainbow on My Shoulder (c. 1928)

Scope and Contents note

By Al Jolson, Billy Rose, and Dave Dreyer.
box 229, folder 2

There's a Rising Moon (1954 July 8)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster.
box 229, folder 8

There's No Accounting for Taste (no date)

box 229, folder 9

There's No Friendship Like a Mother's (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Frank Orth. Lyrics by Keller Mack.
box 229, folder 10

There's Nobody Left on T.V. (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 229, folder 11

There's Only a Few of Us Left (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Benny Davis.
box 229, folder 12

They All Took a Lesson From Me (1954 January 11)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 230, folder 1

Things Will Be Fine in Forty-Nine (1948, 1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1949 December 31.
box 235, folder 10

Things Will Be Nifty in '50 (1949 December 30)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show.
box 234, folder 8

Thinker (1948, 1949)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Camel Show, 1948 November 19 and 1949 June 10.
box 207, folder 1

This is All I Ask (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 234, folders 10 - 11.
box 234, folder 10

This is All I Ask (folder 1 of 2) (c. 1958)

Scope and Contents note

By Gordon Jenkins. See also box 207, folder 1.
box 234, folder 11

This is All I Ask (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Nick Perito. For the Don Knotts Show. See also box 207, folder 1.
box 234, folder 12

This is Everything I Prayed For (c. 1948)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Vick Knight. Lyrics by Dave Kenner.
box 234, folder 9

This is Greater Than I Thought (c. 1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 230, folder 7

This Old Piano of Mine (1955 February 5)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and M. Maxwell.
box 230, folder 2

This Train (folder 1 of 4) (no date)

box 230, folder 3

This Train (folder 2 of 4) (no date)

box 230, folder 4

This Train (folder 3 of 4) (no date)

box 230, folder 6

This Train (folder 4 of 4) (no date)

box 230, folder 5

This Train Introduction (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Opening music for "This Train."
box 230, folder 9

Though I'm a Bum Today (1952)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 230, folder 8

Thousands of Miles (c. 1949)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Kurt Weill. Lyrics by Maxwell Anderson.
box 230, folder 10

Time is Now (no date)

box 230, folder 11

T-Men (1948 January 28, 30)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Victor Moore on the Rexall Show.
box 230, folder 12

Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails (c. 1935)

Scope and Contents note

By Irving Berlin.
box 234, folder 1

Toscanini (folder 1 of 8) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 234, folder 2

Toscanini (folder 2 of 8) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante, Walter Bullock, and Harold Spina. Arranged by Gene Rose and Walter Scharf. Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 234, folder 3

Toscanini (folder 3 of 8) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 234, folder 4

Toscanini (folder 4 of 8) (1943 October 7)

Scope and Contents note

For Camel Show. Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 234, folder 5

Toscanini (folder 5 of 8) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ruby Raksin. Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 234, folder 6

Toscanini (folder 6 of 8) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 234, folder 7

Toscanini (folder 7 of 8) (1956 November 31)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. New TV Version. Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 242, folder 1

Toscanini (folder 8 of 8) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

New Copy. Done at the Flamingo Club. Also known as "Toscanini, Stokowski, and Me," "Toscanini, Iturbi, and Me," and "Toscanini, etc."
box 242, folder 2

Toscanini, alternate introduction (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional opening music for "Toscanini."
box 242, folder 3

Toyland - Nuttin' for Christmas (1955 December 17)

box 242, folder 7

Trapeze Circus Man (no date)

box 242, folder 4

Traubel Durante Insert (no date)

box 242, folder 5

Traubel Intro (no date)

box 242, folder 6

Traubel Intro in C (no date)

box 242, folder 8

Travel Songs (folder 1 of 2) (1953 December 6)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Ethel Merman.
box 242, folder 9

Travel Songs (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Ethel Merman.
box 242, folder 13

Truman Jackson and Durante (1952 March 22)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Durante, Margaret Truman, and Eddie Jackson.
box 241, folder 1

Try a Little Tenderness (1963 November)

Scope and Contents note

By Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell, and Reg Connelly. Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Warner Brothers Records.
box 1, folder 4

Turna (folder 1 of 7) (1948, 1950)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. Also known as "Again You Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 5

Turna (folder 2 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. Also known as "Again You Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 6

Turna (folder 3 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. Also known as "Again You Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 7

Turna (folder 4 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. Also known as "Again You Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 8

Turna (folder 5 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. Also known as "Again You Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 9

Turna (folder 6 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. Also known as "Again You Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 10

Turna (folder 7 of 7) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. Also known as "Again You Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 228, folder 2

Turna insert (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "Turna." See also box 1, folders 4 - 13.
box 1, folder 11

Turna Insert (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 12

Turna Insert (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 1, folder 13

Turna Insert Souvenir (1953)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "Turna." See also box 228, folder 2.
box 241, folder 2

Twelfth Street Rag (c. 1919)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Euday L. Bowman. Words by James S. Sumner.
box 241, folder 4

Two Brothers (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 241, folder 5

Two Hearts Divided (c. 1936)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Al Dubin
box 241, folder 6

Two Lips (c. 1926)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Billy Rose.
box 241, folder 7

Two of Us (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By George M. Cohan
box 241, folder 8

Two Soft Shoes (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Dick Sherman. Lyrics by Red Bakre and Milt Larsen.
box 254, folder 2

U.F.O. (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ernie Freeman.
box 254, folder 3

U.F.O. (folder 2 of 2) (1966 August)

Scope and Contents note

Club arrangement. Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 189, folder 8

Umbriago (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 1.
box 241, folder 9

Umbriago (folder 1 of 26) (1944, 1947, 1948, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1944 April 28; Rexall Show with Victor Moore, 1947 March 7 and 1948 March 3; Rexall Show with Margaret O'Brien, 1947 December 24; and 4th TV show, 1951 January 24. See also box 247, folders 5 - 15; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 241, folder 10

Umbriago (folder 2 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Bob Bornstein. See also box 189, folder 8; box 247, folders 5 - 15; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 241, folder 11

Umbriago (folder 3 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Bob Bornstein. See also box 189, folder 8; box 247, folders 5 - 15; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 5

Umbriago (folder 4 of 26) (1951 January 24)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 6

Umbriago (folder 5 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 7

Umbriago (folder 6 of 26) (1947 December 24)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Bill Loose. Club arrangement. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 8

Umbriago (folder 7 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Club arrangement. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 9

Umbriago (folder 8 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Chorus arrangement. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 10

Umbriago (folder 9 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 189, folder 8; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 11

Umbriago (folder 10 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 12

Umbriago (folder 11 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For club orchestra. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 13

Umbriago (folder 12 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Special introduction. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 14

Umbriago (folder 13 of 26) (1954 December 16)

Scope and Contents note

Lead-in. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 247, folder 15

Umbriago (folder 14 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Umbriago rhumba. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 253, folders 1 - 11; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 1

Umbriago (folder 15 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 2

Umbriago (folder 16 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 3

Umbriago (folder 17 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 4

Umbriago (folder 18 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 5

Umbriago (folder 19 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 6

Umbriago (folder 20 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 7

Umbriago (folder 21 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 8

Umbriago (folder 22 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 9

Umbriago (folder 23 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 10

Umbriago (folder 24 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254, folder 11.
box 253, folder 11

Umbriago (folder 25 of 26) (1951 January 21)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 254,folder 11.
box 254, folder 1

Umbriago (folder 26 of 26) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 189, folder 8; box 241, folders 9 - 11; box 247, folders 5 - 15; and box 253, folders 1 - 11.
box 254, folder 4

Unfinished Symphony (folder 1 of 3) (1952 November 25)

Scope and Contents note

By Earl Brent.
box 254, folder 5

Unfinished Symphony (folder 2 of 3) (1946 December 20)

box 254, folder 6

Unfinished Symphony (folder 3 of 3) (1946 December 27)

Scope and Contents note

Durante spot.
box 243, folder 14

Untitled (no date)

Scope and Contents note

No title is indicated on the score, but an included post-it note read "Durante Jackson No." It is unclear if this is the actual title of the work.
box 237, folder 2

Untitled, incomplete scores (no date)

box 254, folder 7

Usted Bolero (no date)

box 254, folder 8

Vanessa (c. 1952)

Scope and Contents note

By Bernie Wayne. Arranged by Jack Matthias.
box 254, folder 9

Vaquero (c. 1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 254, folder 10

Varsity Drag (c. 1927)

Scope and Contents note

By B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
box 254, folder 11

Vergin Tutt'Amor (c. 1946)

Scope and Contents note

By Francesco Durante.
box 254, folder 12

Victor Herbert Song Album Book 1 (c. 1927)

box 254, folder 13

Victor Herbert Song Album Book 2 (c. 1938)

box 254, folder 14

Vienna Dreams (no date)

box 158, folder 10

W (no date)

box 254, folder 15

Waiting for the Robert E. Lee (1950 November 18)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Bob Bornstein. For Eddie Jackson.
box 253, folder 13

Wanna Go Back (no date)

box 253, folder 14

Way Back in Yesterday (1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 253, folder 15

Way She Looks (1948, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Camel Show, 1948 December 10. See also box 255, folder 1.
box 255, folder 1

Way She Looks insert chords (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "Way She Looks." See box 253, folder 15.
box 255, folder 2

Way You Wear Your Hat (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 255, folder 3

Way You Wear Your Hat (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

box 255, folder 4

Way You Wear Your Hat (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

box 255, folder 5

Way You Wear Your Hat tag (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Additional music for "Way You Wear Your Hat."
box 255, folder 6

We Belong (1955 May 5)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Cass Daley.
box 251, folder 5

We Wanted to Take You to Venice, You Should Have a Solid Gold Piano (no date)

box 255, folder 7

Wedding Bells (no date)

box 255, folder 9

Welcome Amigo Schnozzola (1954 April 11)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and M. Maxwell.
box 254, folder 17

We'll Still Be the Same Old Friends (1953 October 11)

Scope and Contents note

Puppet number.
box 335, folder 1

We'll Take You Along (c. 1953)

box 335, folder 2

We're Just a Couple of College Boys (no date)

box 335, folder 3

We're Not Allowed to Smile (no date)

box 335, folder 4

What a Day (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante, Jack Dusick, and Larry Cramer.
box 335, folder 6

What a Day - College Boys (no date)

box 335, folder 5

What a Day - Nose's Birthday (1958 March 1)

Scope and Contents note

For Club Oasis.
box 189, folder 9

What Became of Life (1965 December 18)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ernie Freeman.
box 336, folder 1

What Do You Think I Am (no date)

box 336, folder 2

What D'ya Say (c. 1928)

Scope and Contents note

By B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
box 336, folder 3

What Ever Happened to the Old Songs (c. 1942)

Scope and Contents note

By Fred Elton.
box 336, folder 4

What Have I Got That Kills 'em (no date)

box 336, folder 5

What Have the Andrews Sisters Got (no date)

box 336, folder 6

What I Ain't (no date)

box 336, folder 17

What Is a Little Man Made Of (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 336, folder 7

What Kind of Fool Am I (c. 1961)

Scope and Contents note

By Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley.
box 336, folder 13

What They Need in the Opera is Rhythm (1952 Mar 28)

box 336, folder 14

What They Need in the Opera is Rhythm part 1 (1952 Dec 29)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Helen Traubel.
box 336, folder 15

What They Need in the Opera is Rhythm part 2 (no date)

box 336, folder 11

What-Cha-Ma-Call-It (The) (c. 1955)

box 336, folder 12

Whatever You Want Is Yours (1951 May 16)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Eddie Cantor.
box 336, folder 10

What's This Power I Have Over Wimmin (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Clarence Stout.
box 239, folder 2

When the Circus Leaves Town (folder 1 of 6) (1967 December 1)

Scope and Contents note

For Hollywood Palace.
box 239, folder 12

When the Circus Leaves Town (folder 2 of 6) (c. 1955)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 240, folder 1

When the Circus Leaves Town (folder 3 of 6) (1963 May)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Warner Brothers Records.
box 240, folder 2

When the Circus Leaves Town (folder 4 of 6) (1955 April 21)

Scope and Contents note

For Decca Records
box 240, folder 3

When the Circus Leaves Town (folder 5 of 6) (1954 May 9)

Scope and Contents note

For Colgate Comedy Hour.
box 240, folder 4

When the Circus Leaves Town (folder 6 of 6) (1960 January 30)

Scope and Contents note

Club arrangement.
box 239, folder 1

When the Circus Leaves Town opening (1955 April 23)

Scope and Contents note

Opening Music for "When the Circus Leaves Town."
box 239, folder 3

When the Saints (folder 1 of 2) (no date)

box 239, folder 4

When the Saints (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

box 239, folder 5

When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano (c. 1940)

Scope and Contents note

By Leon Rene
box 120, folder 2

When You're Smiling (no date)

box 239, folder 6

Where Am I (c. 1935)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Al Dubin.
box 238, folder 3

Where is That (no date)

box 239, folder 7

White Suit (no date)

box 248, folder 4

Who (c. 1935)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein.
box 239, folder 8

Who Will Be With You (folder 1 of 4) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Done at Flamingo Club.
box 239, folder 9

Who Will Be With You (folder 2 of 4) (1948 January)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Billy Loose.
box 239, folder 10

Who Will Be With You (folder 3 of 4) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Decca Records.
box 239, folder 11

Who Will Be With You (folder 4 of 4) (no date)

box 248, folder 3

Who Will Be With You and Pleasure Trip (no date)

box 248, folder 1

Who Will Be With You ending (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Closing music for "Who Will Be With You." Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 248, folder 2

Who Will Be With You opening (1954 December 11)

Scope and Contents note

Opening music for "Who Will Be With You."
box 248, folder 5

Why Didn't You Tell Me Before (folder 1 of 2) (1949)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. For the Camel Show, with Don Ameche, 1949 May 27, 1949 July 1
box 248, folder 6

Why Didn't You Tell Me Before (folder 2 of 2) (1949 May)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Don Ameche.
box 248, folder 7

Why Do I Love You (c. 1927)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Jerome Kern. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein.
box 248, folder 8

Why Study (no date)

box 248, folder 9

Wild About Harry (1952 April 19)

box 45, folder 11

Will He Pass (1949, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett. Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 45, folder 12

Will He Pass Finale (1949 April 11)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Closing music for "Will He Pass."
box 157, folder 1

Wingin' With Rhythm and Blues (folder 1 of 4) (1955)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 157, folder 2

Wingin' With Rhythm and Blues (folder 2 of 4) (no date)

box 157, folder 3

Wingin' With Rhythm and Blues (folder 3 of 4) (1955 April 2)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Peter Lawford.
box 157, folder 4

Wingin' With Rhythm and Blues (folder 4 of 4) (no date)

box 158, folder 1

Wingin' With Rhythm and Blues Part 2 (1962 October)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Durante and Peter Lawford, Las Vegas.
box 158, folder 2

Wingin' With Rhythm and Blues Part 3 (no date)

box 158, folder 3

Wingin' With Rhythm and Blues Part 4 (no date)

box 248, folder 10

Winter Wonderland (c. 1934)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Felix Bernard. Lyrics by Dick Smith.
box 248, folder 11

Wishing (c. 1939)

Scope and Contents note

By B.G. DeSylva.
box 255, folder 10

With Durante You'll Never Know (1952 September 20)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 255, folder 11

Without Your Love (1977 September 29)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Antonio Izzi. Lyrics by Nicolo J. De Maria.
box 255, folder 12

Women (1960 November 4)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Richard Rogers. Music by Lorenz Hart. For "Jumbo." See also boxl 250, folders 1 and 2.
box 250, folder 1

Women (folder 1 of 2) (1964 October)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Part 1. Club act. See also box 255, folder 12.
box 250, folder 2

Women (folder 2 of 2) (1964 October)

Scope and Contents note

Part 2.
box 250, folder 3

Wonderful Records (1955 October 29)

box 250, folder 4

Wood Wood Wood (1944, 1948, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante. For the All Star Revue, 1951 October 6.
box 250, folder 5

Worcestershire on the Sauce (1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 250, folder 6

Words (no date)

box 250, folder 7

World Needs New Faces (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 250, folder 8

Wouldn't Say Yes (no date)

box 250, folder 9

Ya Got Class (c. 1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 250, folder 10

Ya Gotta Laugh at Yourself (1958)

Scope and Contents note

By Jane Paulette.
box 250, folder 11

Yankee Doodle Bunny (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Cliff Friend.
box 249, folder 2

Yes Me (1933 August 8)

Scope and Contents note

By Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers, and Durante.
box 249, folder 3

Yesterday Yesterday (no date)

box 249, folder 4

You Are What You Aren't (1953)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 249, folder 5

You Can Tell By My Talk (1952)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante.
box 249, folder 6

You Cannot Compete With the Waltz (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Lauritz Melchior.
box 249, folder 7

You Can't Have a Show Without Durante (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Sammy Kahn and Meredith Wilson.
box 244, folder 1

You Can't Have Everything (1963 November)

Scope and Contents note

By Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 207, folder 2

You Gotta Keep On Tryin' (1952)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett. See also box 244, folders 2 - 6.
box 244, folder 2

You Gotta Keep On Tryin' (folder 1 of 5) (1949, 1950, 1951, 1952)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett. For Camel Show, 1949 November 4, with Don Ameche; 1950 February 24; and 4th TV show, 1951 January 24. See also box 207, folder 2.
box 244, folder 3

You Gotta Keep On Tryin' (folder 2 of 5) (1946 November 15)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. See also box 207, folder 2.
box 244, folder 4

You Gotta Keep On Tryin' (folder 3 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 207, folder 2.
box 244, folder 5

You Gotta Keep On Tryin' (folder 4 of 5) (1952 October 18)

Scope and Contents note

See also box 207, folder 2.
box 244, folder 6

You Gotta Keep On Tryin' (folder 5 of 5) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

For the Burl Ives Show. See also box 207, folder 2.
box 244, folder 7

You Gotta Keep Up With Durante (1954 October 2)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Words by Jack Barnett.
box 244, folder 10

You Haven't Changed a Bit (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Marilyn and Alan Bergman.
box 244, folder 8

You Made Me Love You (folder 1 of 2) (1952 January 26)

box 244, folder 9

You Made Me Love You (folder 2 of 2) (no date)

box 251, folder 1

You Made Me Love You (folder 1 of 3) (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Carver.
box 251, folder 2

You Made Me Love You (folder 2 of 3) (no date)

box 251, folder 4

You Made Me Love You (folder 3 of 3) (no date)

box 251, folder 3

You Say the Nicest Things (1951, 1954)

Scope and Contents note

By Carroll Carroll and Dick Manning. Performed by Durante and Vivian Blaine, 1954 November 6.
box 251, folder 6

You Wanted to Bet (1944, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante, Lee White, and Buddy Peirson.
box 251, folder 7

You Was (1949 April 29)

Scope and Contents note

Performed on the Camel Show by Durante and Candy Candido.
box 251, folder 8

You Were Meant For Me (no date)

box 251, folder 9

You, Your Husband, and Me (1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Durante and Jack Barnett.
box 251, folder 10

You'll Never Know (c. 1943)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Mack Gordon. Originally belonged to Mary B. Howarth.
box 249, folder 8

You'll Never Walk Alone (1963 May)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Warner Brothers Records.
box 252, folder 4

Young at Heart (no date)

Scope and Contents note

From Salute to the President.
box 252, folder 1

Young at Heart (folder 1 of 3) (c. 1954)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Johnny Richards. Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh.
box 252, folder 2

Young at Heart (folder 2 of 3) (1963 May)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. For Warner Brothers Records.
box 252, folder 3

Young at Heart (folder 3 of 3) (1962 June)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy. Club arrangement.
box 252, folder 5

Your Boy is Back (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Jack Barnett.
box 252, folder 6

Your Own Little House (c. 1951)

Scope and Contents note

By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
box 252, folder 7

You're a Bad Influence (c. 1936)

box 252, folder 8

You're Much Too Pretty for Me (folder 1 of 4) (1950, 1951)

Scope and Contents note

Done on the Motorola Show by Durante and Luba Malina.
box 252, folder 9

You're Much Too Pretty for Me (folder 2 of 4) (1955 August 25)

Scope and Contents note

For Durante and Marilyn Maxwell.
box 252, folder 10

You're Much Too Pretty for Me (folder 3 of 4) (no date)

box 252, folder 11

You're Much Too Pretty for Me (folder 4 of 4) (no date)

box 251, folder 11

You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Ernie Freeman
box 207, folder 3

You're One In a Million (folder 1 of 4) (c. 1947)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Harry Harris.
box 251, folder 12

You're One in a Million (folder 2 of 4) (c. 1947)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Durante. Lyrics by Harry Harris.
box 251, folder 13

You're One in a Million (folder 3 of 4) (no date)

box 251, folder 14

You're One in a Million (folder 4 of 4) (1966 August)

Scope and Contents note

Arranged by Roy Bargy.
box 251, folder 16

You're One in a Million ending (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Closing music for "You're One in a Million."
box 251, folder 15

You're One in a Million introduction (no date)

Scope and Contents note

Opening music for "You're One in a Million."
box 245, folder 2

You're the Best Little Mother That God Ever Made (c. 1916)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Ernest R. Ball. Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan.
box 245, folder 3

You're the Cream in My Coffee (no date)

Scope and Contents note

By Jack Barnett.
box 245, folder 4

Yucatan (no date)

box 245, folder 5

Zing a Little Zong (c. 1952)

Scope and Contents note

Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Leo Robin.
box 245, folder 6

Zubbediya (no date)

box 245, folder 7

Zulu Number (no date)

 

Song and Recording indexes, folders, and set lists (1950-1956 and 1966-1972)

Scope and Contents note

Includes type-written indexes of songs and sheet music used in Durante's performances and recordings, handwritten lists of songs and set lists, lists of songs compiled for copyright purposes, and folders used to house sheet music.Includes type-written indexes of songs and sheet music used in Durante's performances and recordings, handwritten lists of songs and set lists, lists of songs compiled for copyright purposes, and folders used to house sheet music. There is not specific arrangement to the collection.
box 232, folder 4

Durante Show numbers (1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956)

Scope and Contents note

Index of all songs performed on the Durante Show between 1950 and 1956. Includes dates of performances and names of guest stars.
box 233, folder 8

Leather folder (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Leather-bound, fabric-lined folder embossed with Durante's name. Originally included the lyric sheets now housed in box 131, folder _.
box 233, folder 3

List of songs mailed for copyright (1951 August 14)

Scope and Contents note

Alphabetical list of songs submitted for copyright under the Jimmy Durante Music Publishing Co.
box 232, folder 5

Lyrics and arrangements (1970 May)

Scope and Contents note

Alphabetical list of songs that for which there were both lyrics and arrangements.
box 232, folder 7

Music folders (1 of 2) (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Seven custom-made, cardboard folders for sheet music
box 233, folder 7

Music folders (2 of 2) (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Two custom-made, faux leather folders for orchestral parts.
box 233, folder 1

Record of the Works of Durante, Jimmy (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Copy of list of songs written or co-written by Durante. Inlcudes dates, songwriting credits, and publisher information.
box 232, folder 1

Set lists (1966, 1969, 1970, 1972, undated)

Scope and Contents note

Set lists from various performances, most undated.
box 232, folder 2

Song index (folder 1 of 4) (1970 May)

Scope and Contents note

Alphabetical list of lyrics, sheet music, arrangements, and orchestrations of Durante songs.
box 232, folder 3

Song index (folder 2 of 4) (1970 May)

Scope and Contents note

Alphabetical list of lyrics, sheet music, arrangements, and orchestrations of Durante songs.
box 232, folder 6

Song index (folder 3 of 4) (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten list of songs
box 233, folder 4

Song index (folder 4 of 4) (1970 May)

Scope and Contents note

Alphabetical list of lyrics, sheet music, arrangements, and orchestrations of Durante songs. Labeled "George Finlay."
box 233, folder 6

Song list (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten list of Durante songs that are described as having no lead sheet.
box 233, folder 2

Song list page (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Page 13 of alphabetical list of Durante's songs.
box 233, folder 5

Untitled notebook (undated)

Scope and Contents note

Includes list of recordings included in record album entitled "Guest Shot Program book no. 1"
 

Printed Material (1938-circa 1990; bulk dates circa 1960s-circa 1970s) 1960-1970

Scope and Content

The series consists of books and magazine articles by or about Durante, programs, press clippings, promotional material and other published material. The bulk of the series is press clippings, which are arranged by year and span 1920-1991, with the bulk of the clippings dating from 1960-1980. Programs and promotional material pertain to Durante's nightclub performances, civic and charity appearances, and events held in honor of Durante, as well as a small amount of promotional material and programs documenting Durante's involvement with the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Also included is material created about or in memory of Durante after his death, including a copy of Bob Hope's eulogy to Durante. There is no specific arrangement to the series.
box 333, folder 6

American Bank Note Company Photo Engravers group shot (copy) no date

General note

Framed; back of frame annotated.
box 316, folder 1

Bob Hope Eulogy for Durante ca. 1980-1981

General note

With other memorial writings.
box 318, folder 10

Boffola: a Musical Myth program no date

box 318, folder 4

Candidate: A Photographic Interview with the Honorable James Durante (The) (publication) ca. 1952

box 319, folder 42

Certificates and prayer cards in memory of Durante ca. 1980

box 318, folder 2

Charity Players (The) 23rd Annual Charity Ball program 1973 Nov 10

General note

Durante guest of honor. Two spiral bound copies.
box 318, folder 1

Charity Players (The) 23rd Annual Charity Ball program 1973 Nov 10

General note

Durante guest of honor. No binding.
box 317, folder 3

Civic and Charity project programs ca. 1970

General note

Durante mentioned as sponsor.
box 317, folder 10

Congressional Record publication 1958, 1966

General note

Remarks issued by Congress in honor of Durante.
box 317, folder 4

Del Mar programs with mentions of Durante ca. 1970

box 276, folder 7

Do You Remember? Liner notes ca. 1968

box 318, folder 5

Durante quotations ca. 1979

box 317, folder 5

Eddie Cantor Charitable Foundation awards dinner honoring Durante program 1970 June 6

box 332, folder 8

Esquire magazine (personalized hardbound issue) 1950 April

box 332, folder 9

Esquire's 1947 Jazz Book - hardbound copy personalized for Durante 1947

box 319, folder 41

Fraternal Order of Eagles Grand Aerie Annual International Convention Dedicated to the Memory of Jimmy Durante program 1980

box 317, folder 17

Grapho analysis report for Durante 1963 Aug 15

box 318, folder 3

Is that Who I Think It Is? (book) ca. 1975

General note

Durante on the cover and entry in book.
box 318, folder 6

Jimmy Durante Pavilion at the Villa Scalabrini Home for the Aged ground breaking tribute program 1976 Nov 19

box 334, folder 6

John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital Benefit Press Coverage souvenir book 1964 March 22

box 333, folder 3

Los Angeles Examiner Christmas Benefit Program 1958 Dec 5

box 333, folder 2

Magazine publications 1938, 1965, 1972

General note

One copy each of Stage, Life, and Mid-Atlantic Graphic Arts Review
box 317, folder 6

Nightclub programs (not related to Durante performances) ca. 1960

General note

Desert Inn and the Lido.
box 317, folder 1

Periodicals featuring articles about Durante ca. 1980

General note

Good Old Days, People, and the United States Military Academy Assembly.
box 316, folder 4

Periodicals featuring articles by or about Durante ca. 1960s-1970s

General note

Success Unlimited and True Story.
box 317, folder 7

Political event programs ca. 1970

General note

Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge and the Los Angeles County Federation of Republican Women.
box 313, folder 23

Press clippings 1970

box 313, folder 12

Press clippings 1964

box 313, folder 27

Press clippings 1972

box 313, folder 26

Press clippings 1971

box 313, folder 24

Press clippings 1970

box 313, folder 22

Press clippings 1970

box 313, folder 21

Press clippings ca. 1960

box 313, folder 20

Press clippings ca. 1960

box 313, folder 19

Press clippings 1969

box 313, folder 18

Press clippings 1968

box 313, folder 17

Press clippings 1967

box 313, folder 16

Press clippings 1966

box 313, folder 15

Press clippings 1965

box 313, folder 25

Press clippings 1971

box 313, folder 13

Press clippings 1964

box 314, folder 2

Press clippings 1974

box 313, folder 11

Press clippings 1963

box 313, folder 10

Press clippings 1963

box 313, folder 14

Press clippings 1965

box 313, folder 9

Press clippings 1963

box 313, folder 8

Press clippings 1962

box 313, folder 7

Press clippings 1962

box 313, folder 6

Press clippings 1961

box 313, folder 5

Press clippings 1960

box 313, folder 4

Press clippings no date

box 313, folder 3

Press clippings ca. 1940

box 313, folder 2

Press clippings ca. 1930

box 313, folder 1

Press clippings ca. 1920

box 314, folder 14

Press clippings 1980

box 314, folder 26

Press clippings ca. 1980

box 314, folder 25

Press clippings 1989

box 314, folder 24

Press clippings 1989

box 314, folder 23

Press clippings 1988

box 314, folder 22

Press clippings 1987

box 314, folder 21

Press clippings 1985

box 314, folder 20

Press clippings 1984

box 314, folder 19

Press clippings 1983

box 314, folder 18

Press clippings 1982

box 314, folder 17

Press clippings 1981

box 314, folder 15

Press clippings 1980

box 314, folder 1

Press clippings 1974

box 314, folder 13

Press clippings 1980

box 314, folder 12

Press clippings 1980

box 314, folder 11

Press clippings 1980

box 314, folder 10

Press clippings ca. 1970

box 314, folder 9

Press clippings ca. 1970

box 314, folder 8

Press clippings 1979

box 314, folder 7

Press clippings 1979

box 314, folder 6

Press clippings 1978

box 313, folder 28

Press clippings 1973

box 314, folder 5

Press clippings 1977

box 314, folder 4

Press clippings 1976

box 314, folder 3

Press clippings 1975

box 314, folder 29

Press clippings ca. 1990

box 314, folder 16

Press clippings 1980

box 314, folder 28

Press clippings 1991

box 332, folder 6

Press clippings ca. 1950

box 332, folder 7

Press clippings ca. 1980

box 314, folder 27

Press clippings 1990

box 316, folder 2

Press releases ca. 1960s-1970s

box 317, folder 8

Programs - Tributes to Durante ca. 1970

General note

Appear to be programs from events honoring Durante.
box 316, folder 10

Promotional Material ca. 1960

box 316, folder 8

Promotional material for philanthropic work no date

General note

Appears to be promotional material for the Jimmy Durante Children's' Fund and other causes Durante supported.
box 316, folder 7

September Song promotional material 1963

box 318, folder 11

Sinatra Society of America newsletter 1979 Sep 1

box 340

Time Magazine, Durante on cover 1944 Jan 29

box 318, folder 13

St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital benefit honoring Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, and Danny Thomas program 1989 Aug 12

box 318, folder 12

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital benefit honoring Wayne Newton program 1982 July 10

box 317, folder 9

TV Magazine 1965 Oct 24

General note

Cover story about Durante.
 

Correspondence (circa 1930-circa 1980)

Scope and Content

The series includes a mix of notes, letters, telegrams, invitations to events, birthday cards, holiday cards, and well-wishes, sent both to and by the Durantes, and incorporates both correspondence with colleagues, friends and acquaintances, as well as from fans. The majority of the items are holiday cards and birthday cards. Many of the birthday cards are from fans and were sent in response to a 1976 National Enquirer appeal to send birthday wishes to cheer up the then-ailing Durante. Among the correspondents represented are Desi Arnaz, Fred Astaire, Pearl Bailey, Milton Berle, Ernest Borgnine, Mel Brooks, Jimmy Carter, Joan Crawford, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Ted Kennedy, Liberace, Robert Mitchum, Martha Raye, Frank Sinatra, Adlai Stevenson, and many others. Where possible, correspondence was arranged alphabetically by sender's last name. Also included are messages of condolence sent to the Durante family following Durante's death. There is no specific arrangement to the series.
box 315, folder 6

Birthday cards to Durante ca. 1977-1979

General note

Appear to be from fans.
box 315, folder 5

Birthday cards to Durante ca. 1970

General note

Appear to be from friends and acquaintances such as Ernest Borgnine, Red Buttons, Jimmy Carter, Jerry Lewis, Jack Oakie, and others.
box 315, folder 12

Business letters 1951-1970

General note

Appears related to live and televised performances.
box 315, folder 10

Cards and notes to and from family members ca. 1960-1970

box 332, folder 3

Christmas card from Miss Carolina Cotton's 4th and 5th grade class, Bakersfield California no date

box 316, folder 3

Condolences regarding Durante's death ca. 1980

General note

With photocopies of thank you notes from Mrs. Jimmy Durante
box 312, folder 8

Holiday cards (A-B) ca. 1960-1980

General note

With cards from individuals such as Edie Adams, Desi Arnaz, Fred Astaire, Milton Berle, Pat Boone.
box 312, folder 9

Holiday cards (C-G) ca. 1960-1980

General note

With cards from individuals such as Jimmy Carter, Joan Crawford, Robert Cummings, Jimmy Dean, Richard Egan, and others.
box 312, folder 10

Holiday cards (H-J) ca. 1960-1980

General note

With cards from individuals such as Jack Haley, Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Jose Iturbi, and others.
box 312, folder 11

Holiday cards (K-M) ca. 1960-1980

General note

With cards from individuals such as Gene Kelly, Ted Kennedy, Peggy Lee, Jerry Lewis, Liberace, George Murphy, and others.
box 312, folder 12

Holiday cards (N-S) ca. 1960-1980

General note

With cards from individuals such as Martha Raye, Don Rickles, Barbara Stanwyck, Adlai Stevenson, Frank Sinatra, and others.
box 312, folder 13

Holiday cards (T-Z) ca. 1960-1980

General note

With cards from individuals such as Danny Thomas, Marlo Thomas, Rudy Vallee, Jane Wyman, Darryl Zanuck, and others.
box 312, folder 17

Holiday cards from Durante no date

box 312, folder 15

Holiday cards from fans no date

box 312, folder 16

Holiday cards from students at Birchwood School in New Jersey 1977

box 312, folder 14

Holiday cards with first names only no date

box 315, folder 1

Invitation and program for Kennedy and Johnson inauguration ceremonies 1961

box 315, folder 4

Invitations from Durante no date

box 315, folder 2

Invitations to the Durantes (1 of 2) ca. 1960-1970

General note

Hosted by or in honor of Ernest Borgnine, General Omar Bradley, Bob Hope, Robert Mitchum, Jack Oakie, Willie Shoemaker, and others.
box 315, folder 3

Invitations to the Durantes (2 of 2) ca. 1960-1970

General note

Hosted by or in honor of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, Carroll O'Connor, Marlo Thomas, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and others.
box 315, folder 9

Notes and well-wishes to Durante ca. 1970

General note

From Pearl Bailey, Mel Brooks, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Ed McMahon, Robert Mitchum, Jack Oakie, and others.
box 315, folder 13

Personal letters 1962-1978

General note

Appear to be from friends and colleagues.
box 312, folder 7

Postcards to the Durantes 1930s, 1970s

box 312, folder 18

Telegrams to the Durantes 1962-1968

box 315, folder 7

Thank you cards and prayer cards related to others' deaths ca. 1970-1980

box 315, folder 14

Thank you cards to the Durantes ca. 1960-1970

General note

From Lucie Arnaz, Kaye Ballard, Milton Berle, Rose Kennedy, Edward G. Robinson, Frank Sinatra, Cesar Romeo, Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue, and others.
box 315, folder 8

Well-wishes to Durante from fans ca. 1970

 

Ephemera (1948-1980 and undated; bulk dates 1960s-1970s) 1960-1970

Scope and Content

The Ephemera series includes tickets and printed miscellany; drawings of and poems about Durante, two copies of the Durante Cut-Out Coloring Book, and other miscellany. There is no specific arrangement to the series.
box 332, folder 5

Affidavit and press clippings commemorating Durante's visit to Clark County Recorder's office 1965 Feb 25

box 333

Drawing of Durante no date

General note

Framed; inscribed to Durante.
box 312, folder 19

Drawings of Durante ca. 1960-1970

box 328, folder 9

Drawings of Durante no date

box 332, folder 4

Drawings of Durante no date

box 332, folder 2

Durante pictured in advertisement for Yellow Pages Red Book no date

box 332, folder 1

Easter Seals stamps 1967

box 315, folder 11

Empty envelopes (some decorated) ca. 1972-1979

box 333, folder 5

Harry Truman images (facsimiles) ca. 1948

box 318, folder 9

Jimmy Durante Cut-Out Coloring Book (2 copies) no date

box 316, folder 17

Poems about Durante no date

box 318, folder 15

Printing plate no date

box 319, folder 1

Tickets and printed miscellany no date

 

Awards, Certificates, and Honors (1940s-1980s)

Scope and Content

The series contains certificates of appreciation, membership certificates to service organizations, honorary titles, proclamations and resolutions in honor of Durante, and related correspondence. Includes resolutions from the City and County of Los Angeles, certificates of appreciation from the Fraternal Order of Eagles and Easter Seal Foundation, and other philanthropic organizations. There is no specific arrangement to the series.
box 334, folder 1

Awards and certificates of appreciation presented to Durante ca. 1940s - 1960s

box 319, folder 37

Certificates of appreciation presented to Durante ca. 1940s-1970s

box 342

Easter Seal Luncheon plaque honoring Durante as Guest of Honor and Easter Seal chairman 1966 Feb 3

box 334, folder 2

Government resolutions honoring Durante ca. 1970s-1980s

box 319, folder 40

Letters regarding awards and honors presented to Durante 1970s

box 318, folder 14

Medallions from Jimmy Durante Golf Invitational and Fraternal Order of Eagles, and plaque from San Diego Mayor Charles C. Dail 1959, 1985

box 319, folder 38

Membership certificates and honorary titles presented to Durante ca. 1940s-1970s

box 319, folder 39

Proclamations from the cities of Del Mar, Lansing, Los Angeles, and San Juan, honoring Durante ca. 1960s-1980s

 

Durante family papers (1940s and mid-1970s)

Scope and Content

Consists largely of clippings about the early career of Marjorie Durante (ca. 1940s), as well as print material from Durante family events. There is no specific arrangement to the series.
box 318, folder 16

Cecelia Durante - Marymount Junior School graduation program 1975 June 8

box 317, folder 13

Durante dinner - guest list 1974 May 23

box 333, folder 1

Marjorie Durante (nee Little) clippings ca. 1940s

box 319, folder 43

Marjorie Durante (nee Little) clippings ca. 1940s

box 317, folder 12

Page 61 of legal testimony no date

General note

Could be related to a lawsuit against Durante by Albert Stecker.
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