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Finding Aid for the Bob Brooke Lux Video Theatre Collection 1955 (Collection PASC.294)
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The Lux Video Theatre was a dramatic anthology television series that aired from 1950-1954 and it is believed that Bob Brooke was an audio technician for the program. The collection includes scripts and set plans for a variety of episodes created in 1955.
At the time this finding aid was created, there was no biographical information available about Bob Brooke. Based on information in the collection, it is believed that Bob Brooke was an audio technician for Lux Video Theatre.
1.5 linear ft. (3 boxes. 1 oversize flat box.)
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