Harry Ackerman papers, 1928-1990 Rauner Manuscript ML-81

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Title:

Harry Ackerman papers

Call Number:

Rauner Manuscript ML-81

Collection Dates:

1928-1990

Size of Collection:

28.5 linear ft., 19 boxes

Abstract:

Harry Ackerman (1912-1991), television and film producer. Dartmouth College Class of 1935. The collection contains correspondence, clippings, scripts, articles, reports and proposals, photographs, resumes, pamphlets, prospectuses and presentations for television programs.

Access to Collection:

Unrestricted.

Use & Access

The materials represented in this guide may be accessed through the Rauner Special Collections Library at Dartmouth College. Rauner Library is located in Webster Hall. The materials must be used on-site and may not leave Rauner Library.

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Conditions Governing Access

Unrestricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.

Introduction to the Collection

The papers of Harry Ackerman consist of correspondence, clippings, scripts, articles, reports and proposals, photographs, resumes, pamphlets, prospectuses and presentations for television programs. Correspondence with family as well as notables including cartoonist Ted Key of "Hazel" fame, mystery writers John Creasey and John D. McDonald, Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty, and Nadea Dragonette Loftus and Bernard Murphy are also included.

Biography

Harry Ackerman was born November 17, 1912, in Albany, New York. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1935, and immediately found work in radio as a freelance actor and writer. In 1936, he joined Young and Rubicam in New York City as radio director, rising through the ranks to become Vice President of radio programs. In 1948, Ackerman joined CBS as Executive Producer and Vice President of network programming, and moved to Hollywood. During the early 1950's, Ackerman rose to Vice President in charge of television programs at CBS. He helped create "I Love Lucy", and "Gunsmoke", among other programs. He formed Ticonderoga Productions in 1956, and as an independent producer, created "Leave It To Beaver", and "Bachelor Father". Ackerman joined Screen Gems Pictures Corporation in 1958, and remained until 1973, as Vice President in charge of production. Some of his successful programs during those years include "The Donna Reed Show", "Hazel", "The Farmer's Daughter," "Bewitched," "Gidget," "Love On A Rooftop" and "The Flying Nun". In 1973, Ackerman became associated with Paramount Television; he moved to Hanna-Barbera in 1975. A year later, he formed his own company, Harry Ackerman Productions, producing and selling programs to the networks. For two years, 1980-1982, he was Vice President in charge of television for Capital Pictures. By 1984, as President of Harry Ackerman Productions, he was producing television movies. Ackerman won two Emmy Awards for his work, and was the first producer ever honored by the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters at their 1974 luncheon. In 1985, a star was dedicated to him on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Ackerman died in 1991.

Series, Box & Folder List

Series: 1, Papers, 1928-1990

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Box: 1, Business Affairs, 1955-1975

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Business Affairs

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Correspondence, 1955-1959
  • Folder: 2, Correspondence, 1960-1964
  • Folder: 3, Correspondence, 1965-1966
  • Folder: 4, Correspondence, 1967-1969
  • Folder: 5, Correspondence: Ackerman: Am-W, 1970
  • Folder: 6, Correspondence: Ackerman: Al-Z, 1971
  • Folder: 7, Correspondence: B-Z:, 1971
  • Folder: 8, Correspondence: Ackerman: As-W, 1972
  • Folder: 9, Correspondence: B-W:, 1972
  • Folder: 10, Correspondence: Ackerman: A-G, 1973
  • Folder: 12, Correspondence: Ackerman: H-L, 1973
  • Folder: 13, Correspondence: Ackerman: M-Z, 1973
  • Folder: 14, Correspondence: Ad-K:, 1973
  • Folder: 15, Correspondence: L-Z:, 1973
  • Folder: 16, Correspondence: Ackerman: Ad-G, 1974
  • Folder: 17, Correspondence: Ackerman: H-L, 1974
  • Folder: 18, Correspondence: Ackerman: N-W, 1974
  • Folder: 19, Correspondence: Ad-H:, 1974
  • Folder: 20, Correspondence: I-M :, 1974
  • Folder: 21, Correspondence: N-Z:, 1974
  • Folder: 22, Correspondence: Ackerman: A-F, 1975
  • Folder: 23, Correspondence: Ackerman: G-M, 1975

Box: 2, Business Affairs, 1957-1989

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Business Affairs

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Correspondence : Ackerman: N-Y, 1975
  • Folder: 2, Correspondence : Ad-M:, 1975
  • Folder: 3, Correspondence : N-Z:, 1975
  • Folder: 4, Correspondence : Ackerman: A-W, 1976
  • Folder: 5, Correspondence: B-W:, 1976
  • Folder: 6, Correspondence: Ackerman: Al-Z, 1971
  • Folder: 7, Correspondence: Unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 8, Correspondence: Finances: Expense reports, 1975-1976
  • Folder: 9, Correspondence: Finances: Invoices, 1968-1976
  • Folder: 10, Correspondence: Finances: Reader payment authorizations with pay scale chart, 1975-1976
  • Folder: 11, Correspondence: Minutes: Annual meeting of shareholders of Ticonderoga Productions, April 1, 1959
  • Folder: 12, Correspondence: Minutes: Associates meetings, Harry Ackerman Productions, 1986, 1990
  • Folder: 13, Correspondence: Minutes: Regular Organizational Meeting of the Board of Directors of Ticonderoga Productions, 1959
  • Folder: 14, Correspondence: Miscellaneous material: Copy of the Last Will and Testament of Jean Holloway Tobin, 1988-1993
  • Folder: 15, Correspondence: Miscellaneous material: List of Disney television programs, 1971-1972
  • Folder: 16, Correspondence: Miscellaneous material: Notes on things to do (Harry Ackerman), 1973-1975
  • Folder: 17, Correspondence: Miscellaneous material: Titles of features purchased by Columbia from Universal Studios, undated
  • Folder: 18, Correspondence: Personnel: Cameramen: Correspondence, l1975
  • Folder: 19, Correspondence: Personnel; Cameramen: Resumes, undated
  • Folder: 20, Personnel, Composers: Clippings; photocopies, 1973-1976
  • Folder: 21, Personnel, Composers: Correspondence, 1969-1974
  • Folder: 22, Personnel, Composers: News Release: News, Charles K. Stern Agency, Inc., November 5,11, 1971
  • Folder: 23, Personnel, Composers: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 24, Personnel, Composers: Resumes, undated
  • Folder: 25, Directors: Clippings; photocopies, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 26, Directors: Lists of directors, undated
  • Folder: 27, Directors: Resumes; with letter, undated
  • Folder: 28, Directors: Misc, 1975-1976
  • Folder: 29, Performers: Clippings; photocopies, 1970-1975
  • Folder: 30, Performers: Correspondence, 1970-1976
  • Folder: 31, Performers: Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 32, Performers: List of comics, undated
  • Folder: 33, Performers: News Release: Ernestine McClendon Enterprises, Inc., New York and Hollywood, undated
  • Folder: 34, Performers: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 35, Performers: Photographs, identified, undated
  • Folder: 36, Performers: Resumes, undated
  • Folder: 37, Production people: Clippings; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 38, Production people: Correspondence, 1963-1976
  • Folder: 39, Production people: Information packet: Riddle/Walton Productions, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 40, Production people: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 41, Production people: Resumes, undated
  • Folder: 42, Personnel: Writers: Clippings; photocopies, 1976
  • Folder: 43, Personnel: Writers: Correspondence, 1963-1976
  • Folder: 44, Personnel: Writers: Credits of Individual writers, undated
  • Folder: 45, Personnel: Writers: Lists of possible writers for various programs, undated
  • Folder: 46, Personnel: Writers: Lists of screen and television writing credits received by WGA members in 1973, compiled by the Writers Guild of America West, Inc., 1973
  • Folder: 47, Personnel: Writers: Lists of writers in general, 1975
  • Folder: 48, Personnel: Writers: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 49, Personnel: Writers: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 50, Personnel: Writers: Pamphlet: "1970 Theatrical and Television Basic Agreement, and 1973 Theatrical and Television Basic Agreement" by the Writers Guild of America, 1970-1973
  • Folder: 51, Personnel: Writers: Pamphlet: "Summary of the 1973 Theatrical and Television MBA" by the Writers Guild of America, Inc., July 10, 1973
  • Folder: 52, Personnel: Writers: Writers used on Ackerman programs:"Bewitched,""The Farmer's Daughter," "The Flying Nun,""Gidget,""Temperatures Rising", 1963-1972
  • Folder: 53, Personnel: Program Ideas: Bicentennial: Clipping, notes, 1975
  • Folder: 54, Personnel: Program Ideas: Bicentennial: Correspondence, 1975
  • Folder: 55, Personnel: Program Ideas: Bicentennial: Magazine: "The Harmonizer" published by the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, 1975
  • Folder: 56, Personnel: Program Ideas: Bicentennial: Minutes of a meeting of the Los Angeles City Bicentennial Committee Arts Team with membership list and agenda of Arts Team Subcommittee |, 1975
  • Folder: 57, Personnel: Program Ideas: Bicentennial: Proposal: "TV Special: "The Sound of America" by Art Scott; holograph, 1975
  • Folder: 58, Personnel: General: Articles: "High in the Sky", by Dan Rosen; source unidentified; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 59, Program Ideas: General: Articles: "The Hiss Connection Through Nixon's Life", by Garry Wills; in "New York Times Magazine", 1974
  • Folder: 60, Program Ideas: General: Articles: "The (Million-Dollar) Sting at the Friar's Club" by John Kobler; in "New York Magazine" photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 61, Program Ideas: General: Articles: "A Rocky Try at Reshaping Lives"by John Neary: in "People,"photocopy, 1983
  • Folder: 62, Program Ideas: General: Articles: "Santa Fe Mountain Center" by Richard O. Kimball; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 63, Program Ideas: General: Articles: "The Story of Vicksburg" by Brett Howard; source unidentified, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 64, Program Ideas: General: Articles: Clippings; photocopies, 1957-1989
  • Folder: 65, Program Ideas: General: Articles: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 66, Program Ideas: General: Articles: Projects and properties under development, 1974-1990

Box: 3, Business Affairs - Organizations, 1957-1990

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Business Affairs - Organizations

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: " Angel in Torment" by Susan Misty Stewart; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 2, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Dilemma", by Robert Swan; photocopy, with notes, undated
  • Folder: 3, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "How to Marry A Rich Girl", by Cynthia A. Cherbak; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 4, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Impaired Judgment", by Denise M. Alfieri; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 5, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "The Last Exit", from the book by Fran Pokras Yariv, treatment by Jann B. Hiller; photocopies, with notes, undated
  • Folder: 6, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "The Last Season", by Douglas A. Snider and Sterling Whipple; photocopy, 1983
  • Folder: 7, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Mondo Condo", by Cynthia A. Cherback; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 8, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Return Without Honor", by Anne L. Cesana; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 9, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Second Bananas", by David Levy; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 10, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "S.R.O.", by Susan Misty Stewart, photocopy, with notes, undated
  • Folder: 11, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Strategy: Orion", by Susan Misty Stewart; photocopy, with notes, undated
  • Folder: 12, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Taking Over", by Susan Misty Stewart and Joseph L. Taggart; photocopy, with notes, undated
  • Folder: 13, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: "Voyagers of the Night", by Susan Misty Stewart; photocopy, with notes, undated
  • Folder: 14, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Brief play synopses;, 1956
  • Folder: 15, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Maugham material read and rejected; synopses and correspondence, 1956-1958
  • Folder: 16, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Synopses of Maugham stories, with comments and correspondence, 1951-1958
  • Folder: 17, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Synopses of Books: "Any God Will Do", by Richard Condon: analyzed by Diana Birchall, photocopy, 1981
  • Folder: 18, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Synopses of Books: "Better Occasions", by Eliot Wagner; synopsized by Steve Ackerman, photocopy, 1976
  • Folder: 19, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Synopses of Books: "Legislative Body", by Joe Hensley; synopsized by Steve Ackerman, typescript, 1976
  • Folder: 20, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Synopses of Books: "The Penthouse", by Elleston Trevor; notes on "The Penthouse" and other Trevor novels, undated
  • Folder: 21, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Synopsis of Books: "The Penthouse", by Elleston Trevor; read by Misty Stewart, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 22, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Correspondence, 1961-1968
  • Folder: 23, Program Ideas: Prospectuses: Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Itineraries, 1963
  • Folder: 24, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes:, 1962-1963
  • Folder: 25, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes:, 1964
  • Folder: 26, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Notes, 1964
  • Folder: 27, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Proposed projects, 1961-1970
  • Folder: 28, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Program Notes: Active projects, undated
  • Folder: 29, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Hanna-Barbera Productions credits, undated
  • Folder: 30, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Index of books in storage, undated
  • Folder: 31, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Past series concepts, undated
  • Folder: 32, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Possible titles for television series, undated
  • Folder: 33, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Projects notes I, undated
  • Folder: 34, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Projects notes II, undated
  • Folder: 35, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Projects: Personalities and talent pool I, undated
  • Folder: 36, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Projects: Personalities and talent pool II, undated
  • Folder: 37, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Proposed productions, 1971
  • Folder: 38, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Screen Gems series produced and on the air, 1952-1970
  • Folder: 39, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Script notes, undated
  • Folder: 40, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Scripts and files in storage, 1969-1971
  • Folder: 41, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Showbooks #1 and #2, undated
  • Folder: 42, Program Meetings, Screen Gems: Minutes: Program Notes: Theatrical features notes, undated
  • Folder: 43, Reports:" Before the Federal Communications Commission, In the Matter of Evaluation of the Syndication and Financial Interest Rules: Further Reply Comments of the Coalition to Preserve the Financial Interest and Syndication Rules" December 2, 1990
  • Folder: 44, Reports: "A Consumer Survey Concerning Awareness of the Hanna-Barbera Name", conducted by Custom Research Service, A. C. Nielson Co., Photocopy, April, 1975
  • Folder: 45, Reports:" Report on the Seminar on American Television Drama", Theatre Communications Group, The Ford Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, April, 1973
  • Folder: 46, Reports: Speech: "Broadcasting and the Journalistic Function", by Lee Loevinger; before the Association for Education in Journalism National Convention, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, photocopy, August 26, 1963
  • Folder: 47, Technical Equipment: Article: "The PIP System: A New Concept in Audio-Visual Postgraduate Education for Physicians", by Frederick E. Jackson, Richard Tieber, and Paul Savage; in "Asian Journal of Medicine", photocopy, September, 1972
  • Folder: 48, Technical Equipment: Brochure: "Compact Video Trucks, Inc.", 1973
  • Folder: 49, Technical Equipment: Brochure: "Norelco PIP Audio-Visual Communication System", published by Norelco, Philips Broadcast Equipment Corp., undated
  • Folder: 50, Technical Equipment: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 51, Technical Equipment: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 52, Pamphlets: "Mississippi: Made for Movies", published by the Mississippi Film Commission, undated
  • Folder: 53, Pamphlets: "Pacific Video Industries, Where Tomorrow Is Happening Today", undated
  • Folder: 54, Pamphlets: "Quantum Views", published by Quantum Science Corp., 1971
  • Folder: 55, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Pacific Horizons vs. Allegro Enterprises: "Agreement of Limited Partnership, Small World Co.; negative photocopy, carbon, photocopy, 1957-1958
  • Folder: 56, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Pacific Horizons vs. Allegro Enterprises": Answer to Demands for Arbitration, and Amendments; carbons,, 1960
  • Folder: 57, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Pacific Horizons vs. Allegro Enterprises": Claims of Partnership Against Allegro Enterprises, Inc./Robert Snyder; photocopy, 1957-1959
  • Folder: 58, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Partnership Against Allegro Enterprises": Demand for Arbitration and Amendments; carbons, 1960
  • Folder: 59, American Arbitration Association: Cases:"Pacific Horizons vs. Allegro Enterprises": Financial exhibits; photocopies, 1960
  • Folder: 60, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Pacific Horizons vs. Allegro Enterprises": Notes, 1961
  • Folder: 61, American Arbitration Association: Cases:"Pacific Horizons vs. Allegro Enterprises": Stipulation to Amendment of Arbitration Award: photocopies, "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .", 1961
  • Folder: 62, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Pacific Horizons vs. Allegro Enterprises": Award of Arbitrator s; photocopy, 1965

Box: 4, Organizations, 1958-1990

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Organizations

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": Demand for Arbitration; photocopy, 1964
  • Folder: 2, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . ".: Hearing Memoranda; photocopy, 1964
  • Folder: 3, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": Notes, 1965
  • Folder: 4, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": Preliminary Joint Venture - Co-Ownership Agreement; photocopy, 1960
  • Folder: 5, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": Correspondence used as exhibits; negative photocopies, 1959-1960
  • Folder: 6, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": General correspondence, 1959-1973
  • Folder: 7, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": Miscellaneous exhibits; negative photocopies, 1959
  • Folder: 8, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": Newsletter: "Arbitration News", published by American Arbitration Association, 1959-1963
  • Folder: 9, American Arbitration Association: Cases: "Thomas Connolly vs. Faoud Said. . .": Pamphlet: "Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association", 1965
  • Folder: 10, Balboa Bay Club: Brochure: "Rules, Regulations and Services", The Balboa Bay Club, undated
  • Folder: 11, Balboa Bay Club: Correspondence, 1963-1973
  • Folder: 12, Balboa Bay Club: Magazine: "The Bay Window", published by Balboa Bay Club, July, 1959
  • Folder: 13, Balboa Bay Club: Pamphlet:" Membership By-Laws, House and Ground Rules", Balboa Bay Club, undated
  • Folder: 14, California Friends of Robert Frost: Article: "LostWith Frost", by Russell Speirs; in "Yankee", photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 15, California Friends of Robert Frost: Article: "Native to the Grain", by Wade Van Dore; in "Yankee", photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 16, California Friends of Robert Frost: Clippings; photocopies, 1964
  • Folder: 17, California Friends of Robert Frost: Correspondence, 1964-1974
  • Folder: 18, California Friends of Robert Frost: Miscellaneous, 1964-1970
  • Folder: 19, California Friends of Robert Frost: News Release: "California Friends of Robert Frost, " March 24, 1970
  • Folder: 20, California Friends of Robert Frost: News Release: "San Francisco Public Library," March 28, 1965
  • Folder: 21, California Friends of Robert Frost: Program: "A Luncheon in Commemoration of the Ninetieth Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Frost", the Sheraton-Palace Hotel Concert Room, San Francisco, March 26, 1964
  • Folder: 22, California Friends of Robert Frost: Report: "Report of Year's Activities (Since March 26, 1964)", by G. William Gahagan, mimeo, March 26, 1965
  • Folder: 23, The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors: Clippings; photocopies, 1973-1975
  • Folder: 24, The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors: Correspondence, 1973-1990
  • Folder: 25, The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors: Magazine: T"he Caucus Quarterly", published by the Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors, 1990
  • Folder: 26, The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors: Minutes of General Membership Meetings, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 27, The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors: Minutes of Steering Committee Meetings, 1974
  • Folder: 28, The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors: Newsletter: "The Hollywood Reporter", 1975
  • Folder: 29, The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors: News Release: "The Caucus for Producers," "Writers and Directors", 1974
  • Folder: 30, Center Theatre Group: Brochure: "CenterTheatre Group, Music Center, Mark Taper Forum," photocopy 1973-1975 Season, 1973-1975
  • Folder: 31, Center Theatre Group: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 32, Center Theatre Group: Correspondence, 1975-1976
  • Folder: 33, Center Theatre Group: List of Officers and Members of the Board of Directors 1973-1976, with list of standing committees, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 34, Center Theatre Group: Minutes of Annual Meeting, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 35, Center Theatre Group: Minutes of Meetings of the Board of Directors, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 36, Center Theatre Group: Miscellaneous, 1974-1976,
  • Folder: 37, Center Theatre Group: Music Center Unified Fund of the Performing Arts Council Major Gifts Prospects List, with Supplement, 1975
  • Folder: 38, Center Theatre Group: Pamphlet: "California's Leading Companies 1975", reprinted from "The Outlook "section, "Los Angeles Times", 1975
  • Folder: 39, Center Theatre Group: Report: "C.T.G. Directors Meeting, September 12, 1974, Report of Long Range TVand Film Committee", by Harry Ackerman; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 40, Center Theatre Group: Report:" Reachout Committee Community Services Provided by the Music Center of Los Angeles County and Its Resident Groups1975-1976 Season", 1975
  • Folder: 41, Civil War Centennial Commission: Brochure: "Centennial Observance Unfolds: A Summary Report", published by Civil War Centennial Commission, 1961
  • Folder: 42, Civil War Centennial Commission: Brochure: "Grand Reenactment: The Battle of First Manassas (Bull Run) July 21-23, 1961", published by First Manassas Corporation, undated
  • Folder: 43, Civil War Centennial Commission: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 44, Civil War Centennial Commission: Correspondence, 1960-1963
  • Folder: 45, Civil War Centennial Commission: Minutes of a Meeting of the Los Angeles Advisory Council, 1960
  • Folder: 46, Civil War Centennial Commission: Newsletter: "100 Years After", published by Civil War Centennial Commission, 1960-1962
  • Folder: 47, Civil War Centennial Commission: News Release: "Civil War Centennial Commission", 1960-1961
  • Folder: 48, Civil War Centennial Commission: "Aids forAdvertisers", prepared by Committee on Advertising, Civil War Centennial Commission, undated
  • Folder: 49, Civil War Centennial Commission: "TheAmerican Jew in the Civil War", an exhibit arranged by the Civil War Centennial Jewish Historical Commission, Jewish Museum of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York, December 11, 1960-February 23, 1961, published by Civil War Centennial Jewish Historical Commission, 1960
  • Folder: 50, Civil War Centennial Commission: "TheConfederate Conscription and Exemption Acts", by William L. Shaw; reprinted from "American Journal ofLegal History", 1962
  • Folder: 51, Civil War Centennial Commission: "Facts Aboutthe Civil War", published by Civil War Centennial Commission, 1960
  • Folder: 52, Civil War Centennial Commission: "Guide for the Observance of the Centennial of the Civil War"; published by the Civil War Centennial Commission, 1959
  • Folder: 53, Civil War Centennial Commission: "The Role of Religion in the Civil War Centennial", published by the Civil War Centennial Commission, 1961
  • Folder: 54, Civil War Centennial Commission: Resolution: Public Law 85-305, 85th Congress, H. J. Jes. 253, September 7, 1957, Joint Resolution to establish a commission to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the Civil War, and for other purposes, 1957
  • Folder: 55, Civil War Centennial Commission: Resolution: Senate and Assembly Concurrent Resolution(s) Nos. 24, 32, 42, 44, 50, an 61, 1963
  • Folder: 56, Civil War Centennial Commission: Statement: "Report on Observance of the Centennial of the Civil War", by U. S. Grant III, Chairman, Civil War Centennial Commission:, 1960
  • Folder: 57, Civil War Centennial Commission: Statement: "Statement of Objectives and Suggestions for Civil War Centennial Commemorations", by the Civil War Centennial Commission, 1958
  • Folder: 58, Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin: Article: "The Greatest Meal in the World", by Waverly Root: in "Holiday", undated
  • Folder: 59, Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin: Correspondence, 1967-1974
  • Folder: 60, Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin: Speech: "The Romance of California Wines", by Hernando Courtright; Rotary Club of San Francisco, photocopy, January 30, 1968,
  • Folder: 61, Diabetes Association of Southern California: Correspondence, 1971-1972
  • Folder: 62, Diabetes Association of Southern California: Minutes of Association Meetings, 1971
  • Folder: 63, Diabetes Association of Southern California: Proposal: "A Cure for Diabetes Mellitus", by the Diabetes Association of Southern California Islet Transplant Research Project, photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 64, Film Industry Workshops, Inc.: Clippings: photocopies, 1965-1966
  • Folder: 65, Film Industry Workshops, Inc.: Correspondence, 1965-1976
  • Folder: 66, Film Industry Workshops, Inc.: List of the Board of Governors and Executive Committee members, undated
  • Folder: 67, Film Industry Workshops, Inc.: Miscellaneous, 1966-1968
  • Folder: 68, Film Industry Workshops, Inc.: Newsletter: "FIWI News", published by Film Industry Workshops, Inc., 1965-1967
  • Folder: 69, Film Industry Workshops, Inc.: Pamphlet: "Film Industry Workshops, Inc. at Columbia Studios", 1964
  • Folder: 70, Film Industry Workshops, Inc.: Report: "Report on Meeting of Board of Governors", author unidentified, photocopy, 1972
  • Folder: 71, Film Society: Harry Ackerman's and Sam Thomas' suggestions for Film Society showings, undated
  • Folder: 72, Film Society: Master list of films, undated
  • Folder: 73, Film Society: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 74, Hollywood Museum: Clippings; photocopies, 1973-1975
  • Folder: 75, Hollywood Museum: Correspondence, 1962-1976
  • Folder: 76, Hollywood Museum: Minutes of the Board of Directors Meeting, with Ackerman's notes on the meeting, 1972
  • Folder: 77, Hollywood Museum: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 78, Hollywood Museum: Newsletter: "Hollywood Museum", 1963
  • Folder: 79, Hollywood Museum: Newsletter: "Los Angeles Newsletter", Joyce M. Peterson, Editorial Director, 1964
  • Folder: 80, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Brochure: "You're Our Candidate", published by Hollywood Radio and Television Society, 1968
  • Folder: 81, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Correspondence, 1966-1975
  • Folder: 82, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Filers advertising luncheon speakers, 1967, 1970
  • Folder: 83, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Lists of Officers and Directors, 1967-1969
  • Folder: 84, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Membership rosters, 1966-1972
  • Folder: 85, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Minutes of Meetings of the Board of Directors, 1966-1969
  • Folder: 86, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Newsletter: "Spike", published by Hollywood Radio and Television Society, 1968-1972
  • Folder: 87, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: News Release: "Hollywood Radio and Television Society, 1966-1968
  • Folder: 88, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Official Invitation and Entry Kit, 7th Annual International Broadcasting Awards, 1966
  • Folder: 89, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Program: "International Broadcasting Awards 12th Annual Awards Year Book", sponsored by Hollywood Radio and Television Society, Century Plaza Hotel, Avenue of the Stars, 1972
  • Folder: 90, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Questions for Panel composed of Michael Dann, Mort Werner, and Marty Starger, by Harry Ackerman; for Hollywood Radio and Television Society Luncheon, Beverly Wiltshire Hotel, typescript, 1969
  • Folder: 91, Hollywood Radio and Television Society: Record: "International Broadcasting Awards Radio Trophy Winners 1971", sponsored by Hollywood Radio and Television Society, 33 1/3 r.p.m., 1971

Box: 5, Organizations - Personal Affairs, 1957-1990

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Organizations - Personal Affairs

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Los Angeles International Film Exposition: Correspondence, 1974-1976
  • Folder: 2, Los Angeles International Film Exposition: Newsletter: "The Magazine", published by Film and Television Study Center, Los Angeles, 1975
  • Folder: 3, Manuscript Society (National): Article: "Absolutely Stuck on Stamps", by Robert H. Boyle; in "SportsIllustrated", photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 4, Manuscript Society (National): Clippings; photocopies, 19701973
  • Folder: 5, Manuscript Society (National): Correspondence, 1964-1971
  • Folder: 6, Manuscript Society (National): Correspondence, 1972
  • Folder: 7, Manuscript Society (National): Correspondence, 1973-1975
  • Folder: 8, Manuscript Society (National): Magazine: "Herst'sOutbursts", edited and published by Herman Herst, Jr., Shrub Oak, New York, 1971-1972
  • Folder: 9, Manuscript Society (National): Magazine: "TheManuscript Society News", published by the Manuscript Society, 1990
  • Folder: 10, Manuscript Society (National): Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, 1972-1974
  • Folder: 11, Manuscript Society (National): Miscellaneous, 1972
  • Folder: 12, Manuscript Society (National): Program: "TheEleventh Annual Meeting of the Manuscript Society", Statler Hotel, Los Angeles, 1958
  • Folder: 13, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Clippings, photocopies, 1973
  • Folder: 14, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Correspondence, 1960-1973
  • Folder: 15, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Correspondence, 1974-1976
  • Folder: 16, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Correspondence, unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 17, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Meeting Notes, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 18, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Membership lists, with list of Officers and Board of Directors, 1974
  • Folder: 19, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Minutes of Meetings of the Board of Directors, 1972-1974
  • Folder: 20, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Miscellaneous, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 21, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Newsletter: "The Manuscript Society Southern CaliforniaChapter Newsletter", 1974
  • Folder: 22, Manuscript Society of Southern California: News Release: "The Manuscript Society SouthernCalifornia Chapter", undated
  • Folder: 23, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 24, Manuscript Society of Southern California: Remarks and introductions of speakers at meetings, by Harry Ackerman, carbons, 1974
  • Folder: 25, Motion Picture and Television Relief Fund: Correspondence, 1990
  • Folder: 26, Motion Picture and Television Relief Fund: Development Committee membership list, 1965
  • Folder: 27, Motion Picture and Television Relief Fund: 50th Anniversary Prospect list, 1971
  • Folder: 28, Motion Picture and Television Relief Fund: 50th Anniversary Reservations list, 1971
  • Folder: 29, Motion Picture and Television Relief Fund: List of Officers and Trustees, 1970
  • Folder: 30, National Conference of Christians and Jews: Correspondence, 1963-1974
  • Folder: 31, National Conference of Christians and Jews: Minutes of Broadcasting and Motion Picture Industries Dinner Committee Kick-Off Luncheon, Beverly Hilton Hotel, 1963
  • Folder: 32, National Conference of Christians and Jews: Prospect list, 9th Annual Testimonial Dinner, Entertainment Industries Division, in Honor of Jack Benny; with fact sheets, 1972
  • Folder: 33, National Congress of American Indians: Article: "The Angry American Indian: Starting Down the Protest Trail"; in "Time", photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 34, National Congress of American Indians: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 35, National Congress of American Indians: Correspondence, 1968-1970
  • Folder: 36, National Congress of American Indians: Magazine: "The NCAI Sentinel", published by National Congress of American Indians, 1969
  • Folder: 37, National Congress of American Indians: Miscellaneous, 1969
  • Folder: 38, National Congress of American Indians: Newspaper: "Rosebud Sioux Herald", Rosebud, South Dakota, 1969
  • Folder: 39, National Congress of American Indians: News Release: "NCAI News", 1969
  • Folder: 40, National Congress of American Indians: Pamphlet:" The American Indian: A New Awareness and Readiness", published by National Congress of American Indians, undated
  • Folder: 41, National Congress of American Indians: Photographs, American Indian Media Surveillance Committee Press Conference: American Indian participants, unidentified, March 14, 1969
  • Folder: 42, National Congress of American Indians: Photographs, American Indian Media Surveillance Committee Press Conference: Billboard, undated
  • Folder: 43, National Congress of American Indians: Photographs, American Indian Media Surveillance Committee Press Conference: Harry Ackerman and other, unidentified, supporters, March 14, 1969
  • Folder: 44, National Congress of American Indians: Photographs, American Indian Media Surveillance Committee Press Conference: Speakers, unidentified, 1969
  • Folder: 45, National Congress of American Indians: Photographs, American Indian Media Surveillance Committee Press Conference: Teleplay: "Between Two Worlds, A Documentary Treatment on the American Indians", prepared by Sun Dial Films, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 46, Navy League of the United States: Correspondence, 1959-1971
  • Folder: 47, Navy League of the United States: Miscellaneous, 1959-1962
  • Folder: 48, Navy League of the United States: Newsletter: "The Commodore", Newsletter, Beverly Hills Council, Navy League of the United States, 1971-1972
  • Folder: 49, Population Institute, Articles: "The ChineseRiddle: What To Do With A Billion People?", by Mark Gayn; source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 50, Population Institute, Articles: "The PopulationBomb and How to Defuse It", by Jean Libman Block; reprinted from "Good Housekeeping", 1971
  • Folder: 51, Population Institute, Articles: "The PopullutionCrisis or How to Survive in the 70's By Trying Very Har"d, by David O. Poindexter; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 52, Population Institute, Articles: Bill: "S. J. Res. . ..Joint Resolution to Declare a United States policy of achieving population stabilization by voluntary means", 1971
  • Folder: 53, Population Institute, Articles: Brochure: "ThePopulation Institute Communication Center Fourth Annual Television Population Script Awards", with entry forms, 1973-1976
  • Folder: 54, Population Institute, Articles: Clippings; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 55, Population Institute, Articles: Correspondence, 1970-1976
  • Folder: 56, Population Institute, Articles: Information sheet: "Population: The Issue. . .The Industry. . .The Institute", published by The Population Institute, 1974
  • Folder: 57, Population Institute, Pamphlets: "The Family Planning Services and Population Research Act of 1970", published by Population Crisis Committee, 1971
  • Folder: 58, Population Institute, Pamphlets:" Population and Family Planning in the People's Republic of China", published by the Victor-Bostrom Fund and The Population Crisis Committee, 1971
  • Folder: 59, Population Institute, Pamphlets: "PopulationGrowth and America's Future, an Interim Report", prepared by the Commission on Population Growth and the American Future, John D. Rockefeller, III, Chairman, 1971
  • Folder: 60, Population Institute, Pamphlets: "The Population Institute", 1975
  • Folder: 61, Population Institute, Pamphlets: "Presidential Message on Population: Text of Message by Richard M.Nixon, President of the United States, July 18, 1969", published by the Population Crisis Committee, 1969
  • Folder: 62, Population Institute, Pamphlets: Proposal: "Comic and Dramatic Situations for Television", prepared by Dr. Betty Halliwell, presented by the Population Institute, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 63, Population Institute, Pamphlets: Speech: "Speech to Planned Parenthood/World Population", by Marilyn (Mrs. Otis) Chandler, photocopy, 1972
  • Folder: 64, Population Institute, Pamphlets: Speech: "Testimony before the Education Committee of the Massachusetts Great and General Court on Behalf of" "House Bill 3787", by Donella Meadows, photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 65, Population Institute, Pamphlets: Synopses of various network television programs and movies containing references to babies, birth control, family size, etc., 1973
  • Folder: 66, Population Institute, Pamphlets: Television Population Script Awards entries; scenes from daytime programs, photocopies, 1973
  • Folder: 67, Save Our Schools: Article: "Los Angeles Schools: A Tragic Step Back Unless. . ." , prepared by Public Information Office, Los Angeles City Schools, photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 68, Save Our Schools: Brochure: ""The Buck Passers"", published by Save Our Schools, undated
  • Folder: 69, Save Our Schools: Clippings; photocopies, with note by Harry Ackerman, 1970
  • Folder: 70, Save Our Schools: Correspondence, 1970
  • Folder: 71, Steamship Historical Society of America: Correspondence, 1966-1973
  • Folder: 72, Steamship Historical Society of America: Pamphlet: "Directory of Members", published by the Steamship Historical Society of America, 1970
  • Folder: 73, Steamship Historical Society of America: Pamphlet:" Directory of Members", published by the Steamship Historical Society of America, 1970
  • Folder: 74, Television Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention: Article:" Turning Off: The Abuse of Drug Information", by Peter G. Hammond: in "School LibraryJournal", photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 75, Television Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention: Correspondence, unidentified, 1972-1973
  • Folder: 76, Television Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention: Fact Sheet: "Drug Abuse Prevention Week 1973", published by Executive Office of the President, Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention, Washington, D.C., 1973
  • Folder: 77, Television Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention: Notes, clipping, undated
  • Folder: 78, Television Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention: Speech:" Why Drug Abuse Education is Failing in America", by Peter G. Hammond; at 30th International Congress on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1972
  • Folder: 79, Television Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention: Studio by studio list of programs for drug abuse prevention, undated
  • Folder: 80, United Nations Association of Los Angeles: Roster of the Board of Directors, undated
  • Folder: 81, West Valley Therapy Center: Article: "The Implications of Changing Ideas on. . .How Children Develop Intellectually", by J. McVicker Hunt; from "Children", mimeo, 1964
  • Folder: 82, West Valley Therapy Center: Correspondence, 1966-1970
  • Folder: 83, West Valley Therapy Center: Correspondence, 1971-1974
  • Folder: 84, West Valley Therapy Center: List: "California Foundation Directory"; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 85, West Valley Therapy Center: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 86, West Valley Therapy Center: Newsletter: "Therapy Is. . ." , published by The Foundation for Perceptual and Psycholinguistic Development, 1971
  • Folder: 87, West Valley Therapy Center: Newsletter: "West Valley Center for Educational Therapy Newsletter", 1967-1969
  • Folder: 88, West Valley Therapy Center: Pamphlet: "Inaugural Directory", West Valley Center for Educational Therapy; proof, 1967
  • Folder: 89, West Valley Therapy Center: Record: "A Message From Vin Scully", 45 r.p.m., 1969-1970
  • Folder: 90, West Valley Therapy Center: Sample fundraising letter, and mailing lists, undated
  • Folder: 91, West Valley Therapy Center: Statement: "West Valley Center for Educational Therapy Program and Objectives, Statement of the Case"; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 92, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection: Appraisal listing of Ackerman's collection of historical documents, books, and artifacts, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 93, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: "The British Rifle in America", by Howard L. Blackmore; in "The American Rifleman", photocopy, 1963
  • Folder: 94, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: "The Chief Who Didn't Forget", by Seymour Wheelock; in "Dartmouth Alumni Magazine", photocopy, 1969
  • Folder: 95, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: "The Discovery and the Prize", by Harry Ackerman; in "Manuscripts", 1984
  • Folder: 96, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: "A Fresh Appraisal of the Civil War", by D. W. Brogan; in "Harper's Magazine", 1960
  • Folder: 97, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: Catalogue:" A Display of Lincolniana from the Collection of Justin G. Turner; San Francisco Public Library", 1960
  • Folder: 98, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: Clippings; original, photocopies, 1957-1965
  • Folder: 99, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: Correspondence, 1957-1959
  • Folder: 100, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Articles: Correspondence, 1960-1962

Box: 6, Personal Affairs, 1959-1990

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Personal Affairs

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Correspondence, 1963-1965
  • Folder: 2, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Correspondence, 1966-1969
  • Folder: 3, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Correspondence, l970-l976
  • Folder: 4, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 5, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Correspondence: Invoices and records of payment for historical items and books, 1956-1970
  • Folder: 6, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection: List of Ackerman's Revolutionary War/Fort Ticonderoga historical documents and letters; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 7, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection: Magazine: "The Manuscript Society News", 1990
  • Folder: 8, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection: Minutes of the first dinner meeting of the officers, directors, and advisory council of the Lincoln Sesquicentennial Association, Knickerbocker Hotel, 1958
  • Folder: 9, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: "Lincoln Log", published by Lincoln Savings and Loan Association, Sherman Oaks, California, 1966
  • Folder: 10, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: "Lincoln Lore", published by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1963
  • Folder: 11, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: "The Lincoln Sesquicentennial Intelligencer", published by The Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission, Washington, D.C., 1959
  • Folder: 12, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: "The Southern California Chapter", "Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America", 1956
  • Folder: 13, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: Notes, 1969-1970
  • Folder: 14, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: Photocopies and transcripts of some of Ackerman's historical documents, 1970
  • Folder: 15, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: Photograph: Amos Bryon Jones, Dartmouth College Class of 1861, as a young man; gift of Mort R. Lewis to Harry Ackerman, 1960
  • Folder: 16, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Newsletters: Poem: "Death and General Putnam", author unidentified, carbon, 1963
  • Folder: 17, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Appointment Books: The American Heritage Society Bicentennial Series - Desk Calendar, 1974
  • Folder: 18, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Appointment Books: The American Heritage Society Bicentennial Series - Desk Calendar, 1975
  • Folder: 19, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Appointment Books: Day-Minder, 1975
  • Folder: 20, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Appointment Books: 1990 Planning Diary, 1989-1990
  • Folder: 21, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Autobiography: Article: "Her Feet Are On the Ground", by Robert DeRoos; in "TV Guide", photocopy, 1967
  • Folder: 22, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Autobiography: Article: "The Man Who Helped Deliver a $9,000,000 Baby Tells How It All Happened", by William Dozier; in TV Guide, photocopy, 1968
  • Folder: 23, Personal Affairs, Americana Collection, Autobiography: Book Mss.: Holograph chapters: "The Birth and Growth of Gunsmoke;" "Down These Mean Streets;" "Up, Up, Up And Away;" "The Discovery and the Prize;" and "The Rest of the Book;", undated
  • Folder: 24, Personal Affairs, Autobiography: Book Mss: Typescript Chapters: "The Birth and Growth of Gunsmoke;" "Gunsmoke Recollections;" "The Discovery and the Prize;" "Down These Mean Streets;" "Long Live the Queen;" "Untitled;" and "up, Up, Up and Away;", undated
  • Folder: 25, Personal Affairs, Autobiography: Clipping; photocopies, 1958-1974
  • Folder: 26, Personal Affairs, Autobiography: Correspondence, 1979-1989
  • Folder: 27, Personal Affairs, Autobiography: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 28, Biographical Information, Articles: "Children of the Apocalypse", by Peter Marin; in "Saturday Review", September 19, 1970, photocopy, with note: "Some Thoughts on the Article "Children of the Apocalypse" by Peter Marin", by Harry Ackerman, photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 29, Biographical Information, Articles: "The Discovery and the Prize", by Harry Ackerman; in "Second Spring, The Magazine of the Adult Community", 1980
  • Folder: 30, Biographical Information, Articles: "A Gimmick Does Not A Successful Comedy Series Make", by Harry Ackerman; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 31, Biographical Information, Articles: "Harry Ackerman Feature", by Marilyn Beck; typescript, 1966
  • Folder: 32, Biographical Information, Articles: "The 1961 Television Picture for Los Angeles", by Harry Ackerman; carbon, 1961
  • Folder: 33, Biographical Information, Articles: "The Pitfall of the Pratfall", by Harry Ackerman; typescript, 1966
  • Folder: 34, Biographical Information, Articles: "The Role of the Television Packager", by Harry Ackerman; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 35, Biographical Information, Articles: "The Second Ten", by Harry Ackerman; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 36, Biographical Information, Articles: Biographical notes, 1958-1974,
  • Folder: 37, Biographical Information, Articles: Biographies for publicity purposes, 1960-1972
  • Folder: 38, Biographical Information, Articles: Birth certificates; with photocopies, 1961
  • Folder: 39, Biographical Information, Articles: Book: "Who's Who In California" edited and published by Alice Catt Armstrong, 1976
  • Folder: 40, Biographical Information, Articles: Brochure: "Our Man For All Seasons! Harry Ackerman", published by Screen Gems, 1967
  • Folder: 41, Biographical Information, Articles: Clippings: photocopies, 1958-1990
  • Folder: 42, Biographical Information, Articles: Clippings, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 43, Biographical Information, Articles: Correspondence, 1955-1974
  • Folder: 44, Biographical Information: Elinor Donahue biography, undated
  • Folder: 45, Biographical Information: Eulogy: "For Harry Ackerman", by Rev. Clarke K. Oler, 1991
  • Folder: 46, Biographical Information: Interview with Shana Alexander for "Life Magazine" article; photocopy, 1959
  • Folder: 47, Biographical Information: Letters of condolence and tributes to Harry Ackerman, 1991
  • Folder: 48, Biographical Information: List of pilots, series, specials and features produced by Harry Ackerman, 1957-1970
  • Folder: 49, Biographical Information: Magazine:" FIW INews", published by Film Industry Workshops, Inc., 1967
  • Folder: 50, Biographical Information: Magazine: "The Scrollof Phi Delta Theta", 1959
  • Folder: 51, Biographical Information: Miscellaneous, 1962-1990
  • Folder: 52, Biographical Information: "National Cyclopedia of American Biography" entry, 1965
  • Folder: 53, Biographical Information: News Releases : drafts, typescripts, 1965
  • Folder: 54, Biographical Information: News Releases: public relations/studio releases, undated
  • Folder: 55, Biographical Information: Obituary, released by Frank Liberman and Associates, undated
  • Folder: 56, Biographical Information: Questions for panel composed of Fred Silverman, Mort Werner, and Marty Starger on "Network Programming" at Hollywood Radio and Television Society Luncheon, Beverly Wiltshire Hotel; typescript, photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 57, Biographical Information: Questions for panel composed of Michael Dann, Mort Werner, and Marty Starger at Hollywood Radio and Television Society Luncheon, Beverly Wiltshire Hotel; photocopy, 1969
  • Folder: 58, Biographical Information: Resume, undated
  • Folder: 59, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Harry Ackerman Speech for Cal State Northridge Class"; typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 60, Biographical Information, Speeches: "How To Package A Television Show", by Harry Ackerman; Writers Guild of America West, typescript, photocopy, 1958
  • Folder: 61, Biographical Information, Speeches: "March of Dimes Speech", by Elinor Donahue Ackerman; photocopy, 1962
  • Folder: 62, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Remarks for Western States' Radio-TV Conference", by Harry Ackerman; typescript, 1964
  • Folder: 63, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Speech for Dozier UCLA Class", by Harry Ackerman; photocopy, February 12, 1968
  • Folder: 64, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Speech for Graduating Class in Theatre Arts - San Diego State", by Harry Ackerman; drafts, photocopies, May 20, 1972
  • Folder: 65, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Speech for Oscar Mayer Sales Meeting", by Harry Ackerman; San Diego, photocopy, November 6, 1968
  • Folder: 66, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Speech for Santa Ana College", by Harry Ackerman; typescript, photocopy, March 31, 1971
  • Folder: 67, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Speech for Spotlighters Club", by Harry Ackerman; Sportsman's Lodge, typescript, January 12, 1961
  • Folder: 68, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Speech for TV Stations, Inc., Convention,Management/Programming Seminar", by Harry Ackerman; New York Hilton Hotel, final revision, photocopy, 1967
  • Folder: 69, Biographical Information, Speeches: Statement: "Harry Ackerman", probably before the House Committee investigating television industry practices; source unidentified, photocopy, 1956
  • Folder: 70, Biographical Information, Speeches: Statement: "Statement by Harry Ackerman for Radio-Television Magazine"; typescript, 1960
  • Folder: 71, Biographical Information, Speeches: Visa, and vaccination record, 1961-1967
  • Folder: 72, Biographical Information, Speeches: "Who's Who" entries, 1966-1990
  • Folder: 73, Dartmouth College: Brochure: "Hopkins Center Inaugural Program Schedule of Events, November 8 Through November 18, 1962 ", 1962
  • Folder: 74, Dartmouth College: Clippings; photocopies, 1961-1974
  • Folder: 75, Dartmouth College: Correspondence, 1959-1976
  • Folder: 76, Dartmouth College: Directory: "Dartmouth Clu bof Southern California", 1964
  • Folder: 77, Dartmouth College: Hopkins Center miscellaneous, 1959-1963
  • Folder: 78, Dartmouth College: Information Packet: "The Opening Ceremonies"; typescript/photocopy/mimeo, 1962
  • Folder: 79, Dartmouth College: Lecture: "The Electronic Age Reaches the Theatre", author unidentified; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 80, Dartmouth College: Magazine: "The Scroll of Phi Delta Theta", 1959
  • Folder: 81, Dartmouth College: Minutes of the First Meeting of the Hopkins Center Theatre Advisory Group, The Oak Room, University Club, New York, 1960
  • Folder: 82, Dartmouth College: Minutes of the Joint Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Class of 1935 and the "Committee of 35 for '35," Dartmouth Club, New York, 1960
  • Folder: 83, Dartmouth College: Newsletter: "The 1935 Tear Bag", published by Dartmouth College Class of 1935, 1974
  • Folder: 84, Dartmouth College: News Release: "Dartmouth College News Service", 1960
  • Folder: 85, Dartmouth College: Pamphlet: "3 Songs For Dartmouth", by Ross Woodbridge; Pittsford, New York, 1966
  • Folder: 86, Dartmouth College: Program: "The Cornerstone Laying Ceremony for the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth" "College", 1961
  • Folder: 87, Dartmouth College: Program: "Hopkins Center Inaugural Program, Dartmouth College", 1962
  • Folder: 88, Dartmouth College: Report: "Hopkins Center -Facts and Figures from Opening Through April 6, 1963", author unidentified: mimeo, 1963

Box: 7, Personal Affairs, 1958-1990

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Personal Affairs

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Anna Ackerman/Judith Yox to Harry Ackerman, 1964
  • Folder: 2, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Anna Ackerman, 1963-974
  • Folder: 3, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Florence Agartha Boehlke, 1959-1975
  • Folder: 4, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Katherine and Joe Flannery, 1971
  • Folder: 5, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Nancy and Warren Powell, 1959-1967
  • Folder: 6, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Nancy and Warren Powell, 1968-1975
  • Folder: 7, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Madge Walsh, 1963-1970
  • Folder: 8, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Lil Warner, 1962-1969
  • Folder: 9, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Harry Ackerman to Lil Warner, 1970-1975
  • Folder: 10, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Florence Agartha Boehlke to Harry Ackerman; clippings, photocopies, photographs, 1958-1962
  • Folder: 11, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Florence Agartha Boehlke to Harry Ackerman, 1959-1974
  • Folder: 12, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Miscellaneous, 1973-1975
  • Folder: 13, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Nancy Powell to Harry Ackerman, 1963-1970
  • Folder: 14, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Madge Walsh to Harry Ackerman, undated
  • Folder: 15, Personal Affairs, Family Correspondence: Lil Warner to Harry Ackerman, 1963-1974
  • Folder: 16, Personal Affairs, Finances: Article: "The Grant-Lee Surrender Correspondence; Some Notes and Queries", by Lloyd A. Dunlap; in "Manuscripts", photocopy, 1969
  • Folder: 17, Personal Affairs, Correspondence, 1958-1964
  • Folder: 18, Personal Affairs, Correspondence, 1965-1969
  • Folder: 19, Personal Affairs, Correspondence, 1970-1976
  • Folder: 20, Personal Affairs, Correspondence: Miscellaneous, 1964-1970
  • Folder: 21, Personal Affairs, Pamphlets: "Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. Annual Report Year Ended June 27, 1970", 1970
  • Folder: 22, Personal Affairs, Pamphlets: "Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. Pension Plan"; with" Summary of Columbia Picture Pension Plan", 1971
  • Folder: 23, Personal Affairs, Pamphlets: "Group Insurance Plan For Studio Employees of Columbia Pictures" Corporation Located In California, 1958
  • Folder: 24, Personal Affairs ,Miscellaneous: Clippings; photocopies, 1963-1990
  • Folder: 25, Personal Affairs, Correspondence, 1957-969
  • Folder: 26, Personal Affairs, Correspondence, 1970-1973
  • Folder: 27, Personal Affairs, Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 28, Personal Affairs, Correspondence, l983-1990
  • Folder: 29, Personal Affairs, Correspondence: Invitation to the Monterey Vineyard Gourmet Gala to Benefit the March of Dimes, 1988
  • Folder: 30, Personal Affairs, Correspondence: Invoices, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 31, Personal Affairs, Correspondence: Magazine: "POSH", published by P. & O.-Orient Lines, Inc., 1962
  • Folder: 32, Personal Affairs, Miscellaneous: Miscellaneous information regarding 3477 Valley Meadow Road house, 1970
  • Folder: 33, Personal Affairs, Miscellaneous: Pamphlet: "Recipes of the Decades, March of Dimes Gourmet Gala", 1991
  • Folder: 34, Personal Affairs, Miscellaneous: Photographs: Harry and Elinor Ackerman at March of Dimes Gourmet Gala, undated
  • Folder: 35, Personal Affairs, Miscellaneous: Program: "The March of Dimes Gourmet Galactics", Monterey Sheraton Hotel Grand Ballroom, 1989
  • Folder: 36, Personal Affairs, Miscellaneous: Program: "Y&R Alumni", Beverly Wiltshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, 1966
  • Folder: 37, Personal Affairs, Miscellaneous: Survey of house lot; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 38, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Harry Ackerman, displaying Abraham Lincoln’s legal wallet and pocket-knife, 1958
  • Folder: 39, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Harry Ackerman, passport photos, undated
  • Folder: 40, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Harry Ackerman, studio portraits, 1958-1964
  • Folder: 41, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Harry Ackerman, with Elizabeth Montgomery, displaying awards certificates for "Radio Television Daily" All-American Awards of the year 1964, 1965
  • Folder: 42, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Harry Ackerman, with Richard M. Nixon and an unidentified woman, undated
  • Folder: 43, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Harry Ackerman, with young English actress, Lynne Frederick, undated
  • Folder: 44, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Harry Ackerman’s Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, undated
  • Folder: 45, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Contact sheets, undated
  • Folder: 46, Personal Affairs, Photographs: Pioneer Broadcasters Luncheon honoring Richard Crenna, 1990
  • Folder: 47, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, John Creasey: Complete list of books by John Creasey, under his own name and pen-names, 1966
  • Folder: 48, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, John Creasey: Correspondence, 1962-1971
  • Folder: 49, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Gene M. Gressley, University of Wyoming: Correspondence, 1970-1975
  • Folder: 50, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Gene M. Gressley, University of Wyoming: Guide: "Guide to Harry Ackerman Collection, American Heritage Center,University of Wyoming", prepared by Heather Charlton, photocopy, 1991,
  • Folder: 51, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Gene M. Gressley, University of Wyoming: Lists of material housed at the American Heritage Center, 1974
  • Folder: 52, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Gene M. Gressley, University of Wyoming: Miscellaneous, 1972
  • Folder: 53, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Ted and David Key: Correspondence, 1960-1975
  • Folder: 54, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, David Levy: Correspondence, 1967-1970
  • Folder: 55, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Mort R. Lewis: Correspondence, 1964-1975
  • Folder: 56, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Mort R. Lewis: Notes, 1965-1974
  • Folder: 57, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Nadea Dragonette Loftus: Correspondence, 1963-1974

Box: 8, Personal Affairs - Scripts: A-Br, 1958-1990

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Personal Affairs - Scripts: A-Br

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, John D. McDonald: Correspondence, 1963-1973
  • Folder: 2, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Bernard J. Murphy: Correspondence, 1966-1975
  • Folder: 3, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, James O’Neill/Hobe Morrison: Correspondence, 1953-1974
  • Folder: 4, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondence, Henry von Morpurgo: Correspondence, 1970-1975
  • Folder: 5, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Henry Von Morpurgo: Magazine: Chain Merchandiser, edited and published by Henry Von Morpurgo, 1973
  • Folder: 6, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Max Wylie: Correspondence, 1962-1971
  • Folder: 7, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Sam Yorty: Brochure: "California Crime Rate 1952-64 Up 76%. Why?", Office of the Mayor, Sam Yorty; with information sheets, 1965
  • Folder: 8, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Sam Yorty: Clippings: photocopies, 1962-1966
  • Folder: 9, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Sam Yorty: Correspondence, 1958-1972
  • Folder: 10, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Sam Yorty: Minutes of Municipal and County Government Section Meeting, mimeo, 1962
  • Folder: 11, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Sam Yorty: News Release: "Office of Mayor Samuel William Yorty", 1962
  • Folder: 12, Personal Affairs, Special Correspondents, Sam Yorty: Pamphlet: "A Report to the Citizens", by Mayor Sam Yorty; delivered at Los Angeles to the Major’s Council For International Visitors and Sister Cities, 1965
  • Folder: 13, Personal Affairs, Scripts A-Br, "Abby", by Gary Belkin: Correspondence, 1973
  • Folder: 14, Scripts A-Br, "Abby", by Gary Belkin: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 15, Scripts A-Br, "Accent on Love", by Harry Kronman: Prospectus; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 16, Scripts A-Br, "Adolph’s Kitchen", by Peter Packer: Correspondence, 1975-1976
  • Folder: 17, Scripts A-Br, "Adolph’s Kitchen", by Peter Packer: Presentation; photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 18, Scripts A-Br, "The Adventures of Skipper Windy", By Calvin Clements, Jr.: Script, with explanatory letter; photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 19, Scripts A-Br, "A.F.R.S.", by Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson: Prospectus, with explanatory letter; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 20, Scripts A-Br, "Alcoa-Goodyear:The Secret Life of James Thurber", by Melville Shavelson: Script; revised final draft, 1959-1968
  • Folder: 21, Scripts A-Br, "Always on Friday", by Stanley Ralph Ross: Script, with notes; first draft, photocopy, 1967-1972
  • Folder: 22, Scripts A-Br, "Anderson & Co.", by Jean Holloway: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 23, Scripts A-Br, "Angela. . .D.C.", by Peggy Chantler Dick: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 24, Scripts A-Br, "Archie" pilot, by Ray Allen: Script; revised final draft, 1962
  • Folder: 25, Scripts A-Br, "Ask For Eddie", by Stanley Roberts: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 26, Scripts A-Br, "Atterbury", by Anthony Wilson: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 27, Scripts A-Br, "The Aviators", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Script; first draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 28, Scripts A-Br, "Bachelor Father", author unidentified: Script; photocopy, 1957
  • Folder: 29, Scripts A-Br, "Baja Gold", by Peter Bergquist: Presentation; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 30, Scripts A-Br, "The Bane of Mackey’s Forge", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1972-1974
  • Folder: 31, Scripts A-Br, "The Barbara Eden Show", by Ann Marcus: Script; final draft, photocopy, 1982
  • Folder: 32, Scripts A-Br, "Bark Twice If It Hurts" by Arthur Marx/Robert Fisher: Notes, 1972
  • Folder: 33, Scripts A-Br", Bark Twice If It Hurts" by Arthur Marx/Robert Fisher: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 34, Scripts A-Br, "The Beauty of the Ghetto", by Ernie Barnes: Prospectus; first draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 35, Scripts A-Br, "Behind Closed Doors", by Paul Monast: List of episodes, directors, release dates, 1958-1959
  • Folder: 36, Scripts A-Br, "Behind Closed Doors", by Paul Monast: Script; revised final draft, mimeo, 1958
  • Folder: 37, Scripts A-Br, "The Best of Enemies", by Howard Leeds: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 38, Scripts A-Br, "Betty Bluejacket and Little Chief", author unidentified: Prospectus; with notes, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 39, Scripts A-Br, "The Beverly Hills Free Press", by Aubrey Todman/Gordon; Mitchell: Prospects; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 40, Scripts A-Br, "Bewitched", by Sol Saks: Script, second revised final draft, with retakes, photocopy, 1963-1964
  • Folder: 41, Scripts A-Br, "The Big Sweat Over Swizel Mahoney", by Albert E. Lewin: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 42, Scripts A-Br, "Billy Turner’s Going Home", by Clyde Ware: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 43, Scripts A-Br, "Black Horse Lane", by Irv Tunick: Correspondence, 1973
  • Folder: 44, Scripts A-Br, "Black HorseLane", by Irv Tunick: Prospects; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 45, Scripts A-Br, "Bless Our House", by Mell Lazarus/Harry Ackerman: Presentation; photocopy, 1967
  • Folder: 46, Scripts A-Br, "Bless Our House", by Mell Lazarus/Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1976
  • Folder: 47, Scripts A-Br, "Bless Our House", by Lawrence J. Cohen/Fred Freeman: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 48, Scripts A-Br, "Blood Sport", by Dick Francis: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 49, Scripts A-Br, "Blood Sport", by Dick Francis: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 50, Scripts A-Br, "Blood Sport", by Dick Francis: Synopsis, by Meg Seaton; typescript, 1967
  • Folder: 51, Scripts A-Br, "Break A Leg", by Jane Wollman: Correspondence, 1989-1990
  • Folder: 52, Scripts A-Br, "Break A Leg", by Jane Wollman: Miscellaneous, 1990
  • Folder: 53, Scripts A-Br, "Break A Leg", by Jane Wollman: Prospectus; original, revision with summary pages, photocopies, holograph, 1984
  • Folder: 54, Scripts A-Br, "Brewster Edison", "Superstar", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 55, Scripts A-Br, "Brick", by William Thomas/Samuel White: Clippings; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 56, Scripts A-Br, "Brick", by William Thomas/Samuel White: Correspondence, 1974-1976
  • Folder: 57, Scripts A-Br, "Brick", by William Thomas/Samuel White: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 58, Scripts A-Br, "Brick", by William Thomas/Samuel White: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 59, Scripts A-Br, "Brick", by William Thomas/Samuel White: Synopses; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 60, Scripts A-Br, "Brock Callahan", by Stirling Silliphant: Script; second revised final draft, photocopies, 1958
  • Folder: 61, Scripts A-Br, "Brotherly Love", by Jean Holloway: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy,, 1983
  • Folder: 62, Scripts A-Br, "Brown From The Sun", by Bruce Kane/Rob Maynor: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1971

Box: 9, Scripts: Bu-Da, 1959-1987

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: Bu-Da

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts Bu-Da, "Buckman"/"Buckman and Cane", by Edward J. Lakes: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 2, Scripts Bu-Da, "Buckman"/"Buckman and Cane", by Edward J. Lakes: Excerpt from "Fraud", by E. J. Kahn, re: Clifford Irving investigation, pp. 22-47, with clipping, photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 3, Scripts Bu-Da, "Buckman"/"Buckman and Cane", by Edward J. Lakes: Notes, 1974
  • Folder: 4, Scripts Bu-Da, "Buckman"/"Buckman and Cane", by Edward J. Lakes: Prospectuses; typescript, carbon, undated
  • Folder: 5, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Bunjy", by Oscar Brodney: Miscellaneous, 1974
  • Folder: 6, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Bunjy", by Oscar Brodney: Script; photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 7, Scripts Bu-Da, "Call My Doctor!", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 8, Scripts Bu-Da, Call "My Doctor!", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; holograph draft, typescript, 1975
  • Folder: 9, Scripts Bu-Da, "Calling Miss Peters", by Norman Krasna/Bill Manhoff: Script; revised final draft, 1960
  • Folder: 10, Scripts Bu-Da, "Captain Gideon Forsyth Criminologist, Prince of Danger", author unidentified: Prospectus; adapted from "The Wrong Box", by Robert Louis Stevenson, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 11, Scripts Bu-Da, "Carry On, Needleman", by Sheldon Keller: Scripts; first draft, revisions, photocopies, 1970-1971
  • Folder: 12, Scripts Bu-Da, "Carry On, Needleman", by Sheldon Keller: Scripts; revised drafts, photocopies, 1971
  • Folder: 13, Scripts Bu-Da, "Catch As Catch Can", probably by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, discarded pages, typescripts, 1974
  • Folder: 14, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Chain", by Ivan and Gwen Robertshaw: Clippings; photocopies, 1976
  • Folder: 15, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Chain", by Ivan and Gwen Robertshaw: Correspondence, 1976
  • Folder: 16, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Chain", by Ivan and Gwen Robertshaw: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 17, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Chain", by Ivan and Gwen Robertshaw: Notes, 1976
  • Folder: 18, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Chain", by Ivan and Gwen Robertshaw: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 19, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Chain", by Ivan and Gwen Robertshaw: Script; original, typescript, 1976
  • Folder: 20, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Chain", by Ivan and Gwen Robertshaw: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 21, Scripts Bu-Da, "Charlie Is My Darlin’" by Sheldon Stark: Prospectuses; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 22, Scripts Bu-Da, "Chip Off The Old Block", author unidentified: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 23, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Christmas Caper", by Het Manheim: Correspondence, 1970
  • Folder: 24, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Christmas Caper", by Het Manheim: Presentation; revision, photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 25, Scripts Bu-Da, "City Girl, Mountain Man", by Jean Holloway: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 26, Scripts Bu-Da, "City Girl, Mountain Man", by Jean Holloway: Presentation; photocopy, 1988
  • Folder: 27, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Correspondence, 1959-1965
  • Folder: 28, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Miscellaneous, 1959
  • Folder: 29, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Notes, 1959-1960
  • Folder: 30, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Presentation; typescript, photocopy, carbon, with changes and deletions, 1959
  • Folder: 31, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Prospectus; photocopy, 1959
  • Folder: 32, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Script; first, second draft, photocopies, 1959
  • Folder: 33, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Synopsis: "The Fugitive Press"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 34, Scripts Bu-Da, "Civil War Beat", by Mort Reis Lewis: Treatment of pilot; typescript, 1959
  • Folder: 35, Scripts Bu-Da, "Clear For Action", by Anthony Ellis: Radio script; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 36, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Closet", by Charles Robinson: Script; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 37, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Closet", by Charles Robinson: Synopsis; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 38, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Clown", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 39, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Clown", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; typescript, edited photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 40, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Clown", by Harry Ackerman: Synopsis: "Synopsis of Redso, TheClown", by Red Skelton; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 41, Scripts Bu-Da, "Codetalkers", author unidentified: Brochure: "The Navajo Code Talkers", published by Arizona Bicentennial Commission and Navajo Code Talkers Association; photocopy, 1976
  • Folder: 42, Scripts Bu-Da, "Codetalkers", author unidentified: Clippings; photocopies, 1984-1987
  • Folder: 43, Scripts Bu-Da, "Codetalkers", author unidentified: Correspondence, 1981-1986
  • Folder: 44, Scripts Bu-Da, "Codetalkers", author unidentified: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 45, Scripts Bu-Da, "Codetalkers", author unidentified: Program: "The Sundance Institute Presents the 1986 United States Film Festival", Park City, Utah, 1986
  • Folder: 46, Scripts Bu-Da, "Codetalkers", author unidentified: Prospectus: "Codetalker", by Douglas Brooks West; photocopy, 1985
  • Folder: 47, Scripts Bu-Da, "Codetalkers", author unidentified: Prospectus: "The Code Talkers: Our Secret Weapon", by Leonard Reeg, with Lee Cannon; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 48, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Comedy Company", author unidentified: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 49, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Company Man", by Robert Hardy Andrews/Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 50, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Company Man", by Robert Hardy Andrews/ Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 51, Scripts Bu-Da, "Continued Story", by Jay Sommers: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 52, Scripts Bu-Da, "Coping", by Mort Reis Lewis: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 53, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Crossing", by Howard Fast: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 54, Scripts Bu-Da, "The Crossing", by Winston Churchill, suggested by Mort Reis Lewis: Synopsis; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 55, Scripts Bu-Da, "Curly", by Ted Key: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 56, Scripts Bu-Da, "The D.A., My Daughter and Me", by Martin A. Ragaway: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 57, Scripts Bu-Da, "The D.A., My Daughter and Me", by Martin A. Ragaway: Prospectuses; with notes, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 58, Scripts Bu-Da, "Dave By Day", by Helford and David: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 59, Scripts Bu-Da, Dave By Day, by Helford and David: Prospectus; photocopies, 1984

Box: 10, Scripts: De-Fl, 1936-1988

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: De-Fl

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts De-Fi, "Deaf Private Eye", author unidentified: Clippings; photocopies, 1972-1973
  • Folder: 2, Scripts De-Fi, "Deaf Private Eye", author unidentified: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 3, Scripts De-Fi, "Deaf Private Eye", author unidentified: Pamphlet: "The Deaf at Work", prepared by California Association of the Deaf, with the Division of Special Schools and Services of the California State Department of Education, undated
  • Folder: 4, Scripts De-Fi, "Dead Private Eye", author unidentified: Pamphlet: "The National Theatre of the Deaf", 1972
  • Folder: 5, Scripts De-Fi, "Dead Private Eye", author unidentified: Photographs: Edmund Waterstreet, and the Theatre of the Deaf, undated
  • Folder: 6, Scripts De-Fi, "Deaf Private Eye", author unidentified: Prospectuses; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 7, Scripts De-Fi, "Dennis the Menace", by William Crowley/Peggy Chantler: List of episodes, directors, release dates, 1959-1962
  • Folder: 8, Scripts De-Fi, "Dennis the Menace", by William Crowley/Paggy Chantler: Script; final draft, 1958
  • Folder: 9, Scripts De-Fi, "Dial Quixote", by Herb Meadow: Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 10, Scripts De-Fi, "Dial Quixote", by Herb Meadow: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 11, Scripts De-Fi, "Dial Quixote", by Herb Meadow: Prospectuses; edited typescript/photocopy, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 12, Scripts De-Fi, "Dial Quixote", by Herb Meadow: Revisions of prospectus; typescript, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 13, Scripts De-Fi, "The Disappearance", by Philip Wylie: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 14, Scripts De Fi, "The Disappearance", by Philip Wylie: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 15, Scripts De-Fi, "The Disappearance", by Philip Wylie: Readers’ synopses; typescript, photocopies, 1950
  • Folder: 16, Scripts De-Fi, "The Dom DeLuise Show", by Bernie Kahn/Arthur Weingarten: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 17, Scripts De-Fi, "The Donna Reed Show", by William Cowley/Peggy Chantler: List of episodes, directors, release dates, 1958-1962
  • Folder: 18, Scripts De-Fi, "The Donna Reed Show", by William Cowley/Peggy Chantler: Script; revised final draft, mimeo, 1958
  • Folder: 19, Scripts De-Fi, "The Donna Reed Show", by William Cowley/Peggy Chantler: Teleplay (without dialogue); final draft, mimeo, 1964
  • Folder: 20, Scripts De-Fi, "Doublegirl", by Harry Ackerman: Miscellaneous, 1975
  • Folder: 21, Scripts De-Fi, "Doublegirl", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; photocopies, 1975
  • Folder: 22, Scripts De-Fi, "Double Image", by Bernard Slade: Correspondence, 1972-1973
  • Folder: 23, Scripts De-Fi, "Double Image", by Bernard Slade: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 24, Scripts De-Fi, "Double Image", by Bernard Slade: Prospectuses; mimeo, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 25, Scripts De-Fi, "Down on the Farm", by Richard Baer: Book Review: "The Joint", by James Blake, reviewed by William Styron in "New YorkTimes Book Review", photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 26, Scripts De-Fi, "Down on the Farm", by Richard Baer: Correspondence, 1971
  • Folder: 27, Scripts De-Fi, "Down on the Farm", by Richard Baer: Prospectus; typescript, revision, 1971
  • Folder: 28, Scripts De-Fi, "Dr. Fu Manchu", by Sidney Reznick/Will Glickman: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 29, Scripts De-Fi, "Dutch Uncle", by Marilyn Durham: Synopsis; with advertisement, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 30, Scripts De-Fi, "Easy Aces", by Goodman Ace: Book: "Ladies and Gentlemen - Easy Aces", by Goodman Ace; Doubleday and Co., Inc., Garden City, New York, 1970
  • Folder: 31, Scripts De-Fi, "Easy Aces", by Goodman Ace: Clippings; photocopies, 1988
  • Folder: 32, Scripts De-Fi, "Easy Aces", by Goodman Ace: Correspondence, 1986
  • Folder: 33, Scripts De-Fi, "Easy Aces", by Goodman Ace: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 34, Scripts De-Fi, "Easy Aces," by Goodman Ace: Radio Scripts for “Easy Aces” broadcast; mimeo, 1936
  • Folder: 35, Scripts De-Fi, "Easy Aces," by Goodman Ace: Radio scripts for “Easy Aces” broadcast; mimeo, 1937-1941
  • Folder: 36, Scripts De-Fl, "Ed Wynn Show", by Margaret and Paul Schneider: Script; second revised final draft, 1958
  • Folder: 37, Scripts De-Fl, "Eight by Four", by Norman Kurland: Correspondence, 1967-1968
  • Folder: 38, Scripts De-Fi, "Eight by Four", by Norman Kurland: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 39, Scripts De-Fi, "Eight by Four", by Norman Kurland: Presentation; typescript draft, photocopies, 1967
  • Folder: 40, Scripts De-Fl, "Emergency Ward", by Herb Meadow/Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 41, Scripts De-Fl, "Empress", by Robert DiNardo: Correspondence, 1973
  • Folder: 42, Scripts De-Fl, "Empress", by Robert Di Nardo: Script; photocopy, 1964
  • Folder: 43, Scripts De-Fl, "Ethan Allen", by Mort Reis Lewis: Correspondence, 1965-1974
  • Folder: 44, Scripts De-Fl, "Ethan Allen", by Mort Reis Lewis: Miscellaneous, 1965-1967
  • Folder: 45, Scripts De-Fl, "Ethan Allen", by Mort Reis Lewis: Presentation; typescript, carbon, 1965
  • Folder: 46, Scripts De-Fi, "Ethan Allen", by Mort Reis Lewis: Prospectus, by Harry Ackerman; typescript, photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 47, Scripts De-Fl, "Scripts": Draft; carbon, photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 48, Scripts De-Fl, "Scripts": Final Draft; Edited copy, final copy, 1966
  • Folder: 49, Scripts De-Fl, "Scripts": Revised draft; typescript, 1965
  • Folder: 50, Scripts De-Fl, "Scripts": Second revised draft; with revised ages and alternate ending, photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 51, Scripts De-Fl, "The Everywhere Boy", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 52, Scripts De-Fl, "The Exploits of Joshua Barney", by Max Wylie: Presentation; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 53, Scripts De-Fi, "A Family of Friends", by Paul Young: Prospectus; photocopy, 1972
  • Folder: 54, Scripts De-Fl, "The Family That Stays Together", by Sam Perrin: Correspondence, 1971-1974
  • Folder: 55, Scripts De-Fl, "The Family That Stays Together", by Sam Perrin: Notes; typescript, photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 56, Scripts De-Fl, "The Family That Stays Together", by Sam Perrin: Prospectus; photocopies, 1971
  • Folder: 57, Scripts De-Fl, "The Family That Stays Together", by Sam Perrin: Script; final draft, photocopy, 1963
  • Folder: 58, Scripts De-Fl, "The Farmer’s Daughter", by Steven Gethers/John McGreevey: Script; final draft, photocopy, 1963
  • Folder: 59, Scripts De-Fl, "Father Fuzz", by Leonard Reeg: Prospectus; with note, photocopy, 1985
  • Folder: 60, Scripts De-Fl, "Felicia", by Ed Jurist/Michael Morris: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 61, Scripts De-Fi, "Felicia", by Ed Jurist/Michael Morris: Notes, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 62, Scripts De-Fl, "Felicia", by Ed Jurist/Michael Morris: Prospectus; edited photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 63, Scripts De-Fl, "Felicia", by Ed Jurist/Michael Morris: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 64, Scripts De-Fl, "Fiorello!", by Jerome Weidman/George Abbott, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 65, Scripts De-Fl, "Fiorello!", by Jerome Weidman/George Abbott, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick: Synopsis; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 66, Scripts De-Fl, "The Fleming Group", by Howard Leeds: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, revisions, photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 67, Scripts De-Fl, "Flint", by Walter Brown Newman: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 68, Scripts De-Fl, "The Flying Nun", by Harry Ackerman: Cartoon illustrations of "The Flying Hun", undated
  • Folder: 69, Scripts De-Fl, "The Flying Nun", by Harry Ackerman: Notes, 1976
  • Folder: 70, Scripts De-Fl, "The Flying Nun", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectuses; holograph, revisions, photocopies, 1975
  • Folder: 71, Scripts De-Fl, "The Flying Nun", by Harry Ackerman: Story ideas by Tom Dagenais and Howard Post; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 72, Scripts De-Fl, "The Flying Nun", by Harry Ackerman: Story springboards, by Harry Ackerman; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 73, Scripts De-Fl, "The Flying Nun", based on "TheFifteenth Pelican", by Tere Rios: Presentation, by Max Wylie; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 74, Scripts De-Fl, "The Flying Nun", based on "The Fifteenth Pelican" by Tere Rios: Script; final draft, mimeo, 1966

Box: 11, Scripts: Fo-Hoo, 1928-1988

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: Fo-Hoo

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Footloose", by Jay Sommers: Presentation; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 2, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "For Heaven's Sake", by Herb Meadow: Presentation; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 3, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "For The Love Of Mike", by Stanley Shapiro: Script; final draft, mimeo, 1960
  • Folder: 4, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fosters", by Joe Cavalier/Joan Buchanan: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 5, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Article: "Thieves I Have Known", by Dorothy Crowe, with Dean jennings; in "Saturday Evening Post", 1961
  • Folder: 6, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Clippings; photocopies, 1959-1963
  • Folder: 7, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Correspondence; unidentified, 1961-1965
  • Folder: 8, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Notes, 1957-1962
  • Folder: 9, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Presentation; typescript, 1961
  • Folder: 10, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 11, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Screen test scenes; edited typescript, photocopies, 1961
  • Folder: 12, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Script; final draft, mimeo, 1961
  • Folder: 13, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Script; final draft, revised final draft, typescript/carbons, with deleted pages, notes, 1961
  • Folder: 14, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Fourth Floor", by Warren Duff/Joseph Sistrom: Writers' check requests, 1961
  • Folder: 15, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Freddy and the Flying Nun", by Harry Ackerman: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 16, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Freddy and the Flying Nun", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; original, revised copy, 1975
  • Folder: 17, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gangway!", by Harry Ackerman/Howard Leeds: Correspondence, 1973-1975
  • Folder: 18, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gangway!", by Harry Ackerman/Howard Leeds: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 19, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gangway!", by Harry Ackerman/Howard Leeds: Prospectus; typescript, 1973
  • Folder: 20, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gangway!", by Harry Ackerman/Howard Leeds: Script; first draft, photocopy, 1968
  • Folder: 21, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Garden of Eden", by Michael Morris/Ed Jurist: Correspondence, 1973
  • Folder: 22, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Garden of Eden", by Michael Morris/Ed Jurist: Prospectus; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 23, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Garibaldi's Ghost", by Tony Miller: Prospectus; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 24, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gidget", by Ruth Brooks Flippen: Script; third revised final draft, 1964
  • Folder: 25, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gidget", by Frederick Kohner: Synopses of various Kohner novels as possibilities for "Gidget" features; with explanatory letter, typescripts, photocopies, 1955-1973
  • Folder: 26, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gidget Gets Married", by John McGreevey: Script; second revised draft, 1971
  • Folder: 27, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gidget Goes Parisienne", by Frederick Kohner: Correspondence, 1973-1988
  • Folder: 28, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gidget Goes Parisienne", by Frederick Kohner: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 29, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gidget Goes Parisienne", by Frederick Kohner: Synopsis; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 30, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Gilbert and Solomon", by Sidney Miller/Laura Manning: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 31, Scripts Fo-Hoo," Gilbert and Solomon", by Sidney Miller/Laura Manning: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 32, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Girl From Staten Island", by Max Schulman/Everett Freeman: Scripts; carbon, photocopies, 1971
  • Folder: 33, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Girl, The Gold Watch, and Everything", by John D. McDonald: Book and photocopy of book, 1962
  • Folder: 34, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Girl, The Gold Watch, and Everything", by John D. McDonald: Correspondence, 1963-1971
  • Folder: 35, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Golden Love Nest", by Jill Jackson/Tom Clapp: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 36, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Golden Love Nest", by Jill Jackson/Tom Clapp: Presentation/teleplay; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 37, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Grandma and Me", by William Noble: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 38, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Great American Scream Machine", by John Klawitter: Correspondence, 1975-1976
  • Folder: 39, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Great American Scream Machine", by John Klawitter: Prospectus; first draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 40, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Greene Murder Case", by S. S. Van Dine: Article: "The Gracie Allen Murder Case", by David R. Smith; in "Views and Reviews IV", photocopy, 1972
  • Folder: 41, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Greene Murder Case", by S. S. Van Dine: Article: "S. S. Van Dine at 20th Century-Fox", by David R. Smith, in "Views and Reviews II", photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 42, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Greene Murder Case", by S. S. Van Dine: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 43, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Greene Murder Case", by S. S. : Notes, undated
  • Folder: 44, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Greene Murder Case", by S. S. : Synopsis, by Frank Farley; carbon, photocopy, 1928
  • Folder: 45, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Greenhorn", by Richard and Mary Sale: Prospectus; photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 46, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Guess What I Can Do", by Allan Rader: Script; fourth draft, photocopy, with notes, 1990
  • Folder: 47, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Halfbreed", by Harry Ackerman/Norman Kurland: Correspondence, 1968-1973
  • Folder: 48, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Halfbreed", by Harry Ackerman/Norman Kurland: Notes, 1968,
  • Folder: 49, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Halfbreed", by Harry Ackerman/Norman Kurland: Prospectus; first draft, revision, photocopies, 1968
  • Folder: 50, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Hamster of Happiness", by Charles Eastman: Presentation: with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 51, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hanna-Barbera's Happy Worldof Entertainment", author unidentified: Prospectus; photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 52, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hazards", by Bernard Fein/Martin J. Segal: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 53, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hazel", by William Cowley/Peggy Chantler: Script; revised final draft, mimeo, 1961
  • Folder: 54, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Heartlove", by Bill Idelson/Sam Bobrick: Script; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 55, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Heavenly Host", by Joe Camp/Erwin Hearne/Harland Wright: Correspondence, 1970
  • Folder: 56, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Heavenly Host", by Joe Camp/Erwin Hearne/Harland Wright: Script; photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 57, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman! "by Jane Chambers: Correspondence, 1970-1974
  • Folder: 58, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman!", by Jane Chambers: Miscellaneous, 1970, undated
  • Folder: 59, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman!", by Jane Chambers: Notes on the pilot script, by Harry Ackerman, undated
  • Folder: 60, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman!", by Jane Chambers: Presentation; story outlines for "Bewitched", introducing the characters from "Here Comes the Iceman!", typescript, photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 61, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman!", by Jane Chambers: Presentation; typescript, mimeo, 1970
  • Folder: 62, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman!", by Jane Chambers: Script; first draft, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 63, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman!", by Jane Chambers: Script; photocopies with editing and suggested cuts, 1970
  • Folder: 64, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Here Comes the Iceman!", by Jane Chambers: Suggested story lines; typescripts, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 65, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "He's All Yours", by Norm Colbert: Script; third version, mimeo, 1963
  • Folder: 66, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Highpockets", by Jameson Brewer: Correspondence, 1959-1973
  • Folder: 67, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Highpockets" by Jameson Brewer: Format and story lines; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 68, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Highpockets", by Jameson Brewer: Notes, 1969
  • Folder: 69, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Highpockets", by Jameson Brewer: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 70, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Highpockets", by Jameson Brewer: Prospectus; revised version, photocopies, 1971
  • Folder: 71, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hit 'n' Run", by Karin Howard: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 72, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hit 'n' Run", by Karin Howard: Synopsis, by Bob Dwan; photocopy, 1986
  • Folder: 73, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hodge Podge", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 74, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hollywood Tees Off!", by Ace Ochs: Prospectus; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 75, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "The Home Front", by Harry Ackerman/Henry Slesar: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 76, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Honolulu", By Fay Nakagawara/Carole Hanson: Presentation; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1984
  • Folder: 77, Scripts Fo-Hoo, "Hooray for Hollywood!!!", by Peter Frish/Wayne Weisbart: Prospectus; photocopy, undated

Box: 12, Scripts: Hot-K, 1949-1990

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: Hot-K

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts Hot-K, "Hotshot", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 2, Scripts Hot-K," Hotshot", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Magazine: "Info", published by the Union Pacific Railroad, Co., 1974
  • Folder: 3, Scripts Hot-K, "Hotshot", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Map: "Union Pacific Map of the United States", issued by Union Pacific Railroad Co., 1971
  • Folder: 4, Scripts Hot-K, "Hotshot", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 5, Scripts Hot-K, "Hotshot", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; typescript, revision, undated
  • Folder: 6, Scripts Hot-K, "Houseboat", author unidentified: Correspondence, 1975
  • Folder: 7, Scripts Hot-K, "Houseboat", author unidentified: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 8, Scripts Hot-K, "Houseboat", author unidentified: Script; photocopy, 1956
  • Folder: 9, Scripts Hot-K, "Houseboat", author unidentified: Synopsis; photocopy, 1956
  • Folder: 10, Scripts Hot-K," House Rules", by William S. Teal: Correspondence, 1983-1984
  • Folder: 11, Scripts Hot-K, "House Rules", by William S. Teal: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 12, Scripts Hot-K, "House Rules", by William S. Teal: Prospectus; original, revision, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 13, Scripts Hot-K, "Hyde That Jekyll", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 14, Scripts Hot-K, "Hyde That Jekyll", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 15, Scripts Hot-K, "Hyde That Jekyll", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 16, Scripts Hot-K, "I Love A Star", author unidentified: Prospectus; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 17, Scripts Hot-K," I Love Lucy" material: Article: "The Legacy of Lucy", by Harry Ackerman; edited photocopy, revision, undated
  • Folder: 18, Scripts Hot-K, "I Love Lucy" material: Article: Untitled, by Harry Ackerman; holograph, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 19, Scripts Hot-K," I Love Lucy" material: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 20, Scripts Hot-K," I Love Lucy" material: Magazine: "Peoples", 1989
  • Folder: 21, Scripts Hot-K, "I Love Lucy" material: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 22, Scripts Hot-K, "Incest: Hollywood Style", by Jean Holloway: Presentation; with notes, typescript, 1990
  • Folder: 23, Scripts Hot-K, "The Incompatibles", by Ethel Tyne: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 24, Scripts Hot-K, "The Incompatibles", by Ethel Tyne: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 25, Scripts Hot-K, "In Living Black and White", by Charles A. Bennett: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, typescript, photocopy, 1972
  • Folder: 26, Scripts Hot-K, "In Search of Cowboy Pete", by Ralph Levy: Script; first draft, mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 27, Scripts Hot-K, "Isabella After Forty", by John Klawitter: Appendix; typescript/holograph/paste-up, undated
  • Folder: 28, Scripts Hot-K, "Isabella After Forty", by John Klawitter: Script; photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 29, Scripts Hot-K, "Isabella After Forty", by John Klawitter: Synopsis, by Steve Ackerman; typescript, 1976
  • Folder: 30, Scripts Hot-K," Is There A Carpenter In The House", by Jack Guss/Ray Brenner: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 31, Scripts Hot-K, "It's Always Sunday", by Jack Meyers: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 32, Scripts Hot-K, "It's Higgins, Sir", by Richard Murphy: Script; final draft, mimeo, 1961
  • Folder: 33, Scripts Hot-K, "Ivan the Terrific", author unidentified: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 34, Scripts Hot-K, "Jamie", by John Rhone/Jim Chandler: Presentation, with explanatory letter, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 35, Scripts Hot-K, "Jamie", by John Rhone/Jim Chandler: Synopsis, by Bob Dwan; photocopy, 1984
  • Folder: 36, Scripts Hot-K, "The Jeremiah P. Cribbles Show", by Rick Mittleman: Correspondence, 1971
  • Folder: 37, Scripts Hot-K, "The Jeremiah P. Cribbles Show", by Rick Mittleman: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 38, Scripts Hot-K, "Jingo Django", by Sid Fleischman: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 39, Scripts Hot-K, "Jingo Django", by Sid Fleischman: Script; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 40, Scripts Hot-K, "Joe DiMaggio and the Tomorrow Machine", by Mel Shavelson: Presentation; rough draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 41, Scripts Hot-K, "Johnny Dollar"/"Yours Truly,Johnny Dollar", by Marion Hargrove: Character analyses; typescripts, 1958
  • Folder: 42, Scripts Hot-K, "Johnny Dollar"/"Yours Truly,Johnny Dollar", by Marion Hargrove: Correspondence, 1958-1990
  • Folder: 43, Scripts Hot-K, "Johnny Dollar"/"Yours Truly,Johnny Dollar", by Marion Hargrove: Miscellaneous, 1958-1966
  • Folder: 44, Scripts Hot-K, "Johnny Dollar"/"Yours Truly," "Johnny Dollar", by Marion Hargrove: Readers' comments, 1959
  • Folder: 45, Scripts Hot-K, "Johnny Dollar"/"Yours Truly,Johnny Dollar", by Marion Hargrove: Script; final drafts, mimeo, 1959
  • Folder: 46, Scripts Hot-K, "Johnny Dollar"/"Yours Truly,Johnny Dollar", by Marion Hargrove: Story synopses, 1949-1959
  • Folder: 47, Scripts Hot-K, "Johnny Reb and Billy Yank", by Mort Reis Lewis: Presentation: photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 48, Scripts Hot-K, "Josh", by Herb Meadow: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 49, Scripts Hot-K, "The Journey of Pincus Jones", by Sam Thomas: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 50, Scripts Hot-K, "The Journey of Pincus Jones", by Sam Thomas: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 51, Scripts Hot-K, "Judge Priest", by Irwin S. Cobb, adapted by Jerry Devine: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 52, Scripts Hot-K, "Judgement Seat", by Harry Ackerman: Notes on family delineation for "JudgmentSeat", by Herb Meadow; draft, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 53, Scripts Hot-K, "Judgement Seat", by Harry Ackerman: Synopsis; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 54, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Casting suggestions, 1968
  • Folder: 55, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Correspondence, 1967-1974
  • Folder: 56, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Interview schedules, 1967-1968
  • Folder: 57, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Music suggestions, undated
  • Folder: 58, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 59, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Photographs of possible leads, undated
  • Folder: 60, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Pilot script: "I'm Only Thinking of You;" first, second drafts, photocopies, 1967-1968
  • Folder: 61, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Pilot script: "The Last Straw;" revised final draft, typescript, 1967
  • Folder: 62, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Prospectuses; typescripts, 1967
  • Folder: 63, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Script; final drafts, photocopies, 1967-1968
  • Folder: 64, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Script; second draft, edited and cut final draft, photocopies, 1967
  • Folder: 65, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Synopsis, by Martin Donovan; photocopy, 1968
  • Folder: 66, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Stan Cutler/Martin Donovan: Test scenes 1-7; photocopies, 1968
  • Folder: 67, Scripts Hot-K, "Just Good Friends", by Jim Henerson: Script; original, final draft, with revised pages, typescript/photocopy, 1968
  • Folder: 68, Scripts Hot-K, "Kate On The Town", by Robert Dwan: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 69, Scripts Hot-K, "Kay-Zar, King of the Jungle", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 70, Scripts Hot-K, "Keeping Up With The Jablonskis", by Ray Brenner/Jack Guss: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 71, Scripts Hot-K, "Kim", by Paul Harrison: Correspondence, 1971-1974
  • Folder: 72, Scripts Hot-K, "Kim", by Paul Harrison: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 73, Scripts Hot-K, "Kiss Me, Doctor", by Preston Sturges: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 74, Scripts Hot-K, "Kiss Me, Doctor", by Preston Sturges: Script; mimeo, undated

Box: 13, Scripts: L-Mo, 1962-1990

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: L-Mo

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts L-Mo," The Lancelot Brothers", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 2, Scripts L-Mo, "Law and Disorder", by Howard Leeds/Roland Kibbee: Presentation: with notes, typescript, 1973
  • Folder: 3, Scripts L-Mo, "The Least Likely Sheriff in the West", by Herb Meadow: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 4, Scripts L-Mo, "The Least Likely Sheriff in ", by Herb Meadow: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 5, Scripts L-Mo, "Legislative Body", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1973
  • Folder: 6, Scripts L-Mo, "Legislative Body", by Harry Ackerman: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 7, Scripts L-Mo, "Legislative Body", by Harry Ackerman: Photocopy of book, "Legislative Body", by Joe L. Hensley; Doubleday and Company, Garden City, New York, 1972
  • Folder: 8, Scripts L-Mo, "Legislative Body", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; typescript, edited photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 9, Scripts L-Mo, "Leif of the Party", by Louis M. Heyward: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 10, Scripts L-Mo, "Let Me Live Unseen", by William P. Wood: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 11, Scripts L-Mo, "Let’s Get Personal"!, by Bruce Lansbury/Harry Ackerman: Prospectuses; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 12, Scripts L-Mo, "Life Can Be A Circus", by Sidney Reznick: Clippings; photocopies, 1990
  • Folder: 13, Scripts L-Mo, "Life Can Be A Circus", by Sidney Reznick: Prospectus; typescript draft, edited “family version,” revised photocopy, 1990
  • Folder: 14, Scripts L-Mo, "Life Style", by Stanley Roberts: Presentation; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 15, Scripts L-Mo, "Like Mother, Like Daughter", by Madelyn Davis/Bob Carroll, Jr.: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 16, Scripts L-Mo, "Like Mother, Like Daughter", by Madelyn Davis/Bob Carroll, Jr.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 17, Scripts L-Mo, "Like Mother, Like Daughter", by Madelyn Davis/Bob Carroll, Jr.: Prospectus; typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 18, Scripts L-Mo, "The Linoleum Conspiracy", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; photocopies, with notes, undated
  • Folder: 19, Scripts L-Mo, "A Lion In Court", by Vincent Hallinan: Synopsis; with notes, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 20, Scripts L-Mo, "The Little Woman", by Steve Allen: Prospectus, with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 21, Scripts L-Mo, "Liv", by J. P. Miller: Synopsis; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 22, Scripts L-Mo, "The Long Knife", by Mort Reis Lewis: Presentation; with explanatory letter, carbon, 1973
  • Folder: 23, Scripts L-Mo, "The Love Family", by William Cannon: Correspondence; notes, 1973
  • Folder: 24, Scripts L-Mo, "The Love Family", by William Cannon: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 25, Scripts L-Mo, "The Love Game", by Ralph Goodman/Jay Burton: Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 26, Scripts L-Mo, "The Love Game", by Ralph Goodman/Jay Burton: Presentation; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 27, Scripts L-Mo, "Love On A Rooftop", by Bernard Slade: Script; revised final draft, 1965
  • Folder: 28, Scripts L-Mo, "Lowrider Girl", by Karin Howard: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 29, Scripts L-Mo, "Lowrider Girl", by Karin Howard: Synopsis, by Bob Dwan; typescript, 1986
  • Folder: 30, Scripts L-Mo, "Lucy and Desi", by William Luce: Script; typescript, 1990
  • Folder: 31, Scripts L-Mo, "Man Alive"!, by Mary Loos/Richard Sale: Correspondence, 1968-1970
  • Folder: 32, Scripts L-Mo, "Man Alive"!, by Mary Loos/Richard Sale: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 33, Scripts L-Mo, "Man Alive"!, by Mary Loos/Richard Sale: Script, second draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 34, Scripts L-Mo, "The Manmaker", by John Elliotte: Pilot screenplay; first draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 35, Scripts L-Mo, "The Manmaker", by John Elliotte: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 36, Scripts L-Mo, "The Man Who Walked Through Walls", by Richard Baer: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 37, Scripts L-Mo, "The Man Who Walked Through Walls", by Richard Baer: Photocopy of script entitled "The Gimmick", by Bernard Slade, 1962
  • Folder: 38, Scripts L-Mo, "The Man Who Walked Through Walls", by Richard Baer: Script; typescript original, second draft, typescript/photocopy, 1968
  • Folder: 39, Scripts L-Mo, "The Man Who Walked Through Walls", by Richard Baer, Synopsis; typescript, 1968
  • Folder: 40, Scripts L-Mo, "Margie’s Little Margie", by Lee Karson: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 41, Scripts L-Mo, "Marriage, Sex and Dr. X", by Gerald DiPego: Presentation; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 42, Scripts L-Mo, "Marry Me Later", by Gerald DiPego: Script; first draft, mimeo, 1972
  • Folder: 43, Scripts L-Mo, "Marty", by Richard Baer: Script; final draft, with revisions, mimeo, 1964
  • Folder: 44, Scripts L-Mo, "The Med-Dicks", by Harry Ackerman/Steve Kandel: Clippings; photocopies, 1970-1971
  • Folder: 45, Scripts L-Mo, "The Med-Dicks", by Harry Ackerman/Steve Kandel: Correspondence, 1970-1975
  • Folder: 46, Scripts L-Mo, "The Med-Dicks", by Harry Ackerman/Steve Kandel: Notes, 1970, undated
  • Folder: 47, Scripts L-Mo, "The Med-Dicks", by Harry Ackerman/Steve Kandel: Prospectuses; drafts, holograph, typescript, 1970
  • Folder: 48, Scripts L-Mo, "The Med-Dicks", by Harry Ackerman/Steve Kandel: Prospectuses; photocopies, 1970-1971
  • Folder: 49, Scripts L-Mo, "The Med-Dicks", by Harry Ackerman/Steve Kandel: Summary of book, "A Case of Need", by Jeffrey Hudson, for possible use in series carbon, 1968
  • Folder: 50, Scripts L-Mo, "Me and My Shadow", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 51, Scripts L-Mo, "Medicine Man", by Harry Ackerman/Jay Sommers/Joe Bigelow: Script; revised final draft, mimeo, 1962
  • Folder: 52, Scripts L-Mo, "The Merriest Widows", author unidentified: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 53, Scripts L-Mo, "Miranda", by Peggy Chantler Dick: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 54, Scripts L-Mo, "Miranda", by Peggy Chantler Dick: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 55, Scripts L-Mo, "Miss Fuzz", by Ralph Goodman: Correspondence, 1973
  • Folder: 56, Scripts L-Mo, "Miss Fuzz", by Ralph Goodman: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 57, Scripts L-Mo, "Miss Fuzz", by Ralph Goodman: Script; first draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 58, Scripts L-Mo, "Miss Gulliver’s Travels", by Howard Leeds: Notes, 1973
  • Folder: 59, Scripts L-Mo, "Miss Gulliver’s Travels", by Howard Leeds: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 60, Scripts L-Mo, "Miss Pepperdine", by Everett Freeman/Robert Weiskopt/Robert Schiller: Script; revised, mimeo, 1955
  • Folder: 61, Scripts L-Mo, "Mister Mundy", by William Dale Jennings: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 62, Scripts L-Mo, "Mister Mundy", by William Dale Jennings: Script; typescript, 1972
  • Folder: 63, Scripts L-Mo, "Mister Mundy", by William Dale Jennings: Synopsis; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 64, Scripts L-Mo, "Momma", by Mell Lazarus/Stu Hample: Correspondence, 1971
  • Folder: 65, Scripts L-Mo, "Momma", by Mell Lazarus/Stu Hample: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 66, Scripts L-Mo, ". . .The Most Dangerous Game. . ." , author unidentified: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 67, Scripts L-Mo, "Mother Has Muscles", by Budd Grossman: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 68, Scripts L-Mo, "Mother Is A Freshman", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; typescript/photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 69, Scripts L-Mo, "Mountain Dolls", by David Ayers: Presentation: photocopy, undated

Box: 14, Scripts: Mr-Pe, 1956-1987

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: Mr-Pe

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House", by William Cowley/Peggy Chantler: Script; final draft, with revisions, photocopy, 1959
  • Folder: 2, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mr. Elvesham, Who Are You?!", by Harry Ackerman: Presentation; including "The Story of the Late Mr. Elvesham", by H. G. Wells, with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1976
  • Folder: 3, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mr. Marty", by Marty Allen: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 4, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mr. Paracelsus, Who Are You?", by Harry Ackerman/Edwin Blum: Script; revised final draft, photocopy, 1965-1966
  • Folder: 5, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mrs. Windemere’s Fans", by Bill Davenport/Charles Tanner: Script; photocopy, 1972
  • Folder: 6, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mud In Your Eye", by Herb Meadow: Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 7, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mud In Your Eye", by Herb Meadow: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 8, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Mud In Your Eye", by Herb Meadow: Prospectuses; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 9, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Daughter, Your Son", by Phoebe and Henry Ephron: Correspondence, 1971-1972
  • Folder: 10, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Daughter, Your Son", by Phoebe and Henry Ephron: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 11, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Daughter, Your Son", by Phoebe and Henry Ephron: Script; photocopy, 1968
  • Folder: 12, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Enemy, My Friend", author unidentified: Presentation; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 13, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Favorite Husband", author unidentified: Scripts; photocopies, 1953
  • Folder: 14, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Invisible Wife"/"Seeing Is Not Believing", by Mary Loos/Richard Sale: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 15, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Mother, The Doctor", by Elinor Donahue Ackerman: Prospectus; with outline, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 16, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Sister Eileen", by Dan Beaumont: Script, revised final draft, mimeo, 1960
  • Folder: 17, Scripts Mr-Pe, "My Wild Irish Rogues", by Vivian Hallinan: Synopsis; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 18, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Nashville 7,000", by Louis M. Heyward: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 19, Scripts Mr-Pe, "The Neighbors-In-Law", by Jean Holloway: Presentation; with notes, photocopy, 1986
  • Folder: 20, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Never On Time", by Mort Reis Lewis: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, typescript, 1973
  • Folder: 21, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Newgate", by Harold Medford: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 22, Scripts Mr-Pe, "The New Gidget", author unidentified: Press kit, 1986
  • Folder: 23, Scripts Mr-Pe, "New Hope, PA", by Janis Hirsch: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 24, Scripts Mr-Pe, "New Hope, PA", by Janis Hirsch: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 25, Scripts Mr-Pe, "The Next Somebody", by Steve Ackerman/Lloyd I. Walker: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 26, Scripts Mr-Pe, "The Next Somebody", by Steve Ackerman/Lloyd I. Walker: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 27, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Nichols and Hyde", by Jerry Rannow/Greg Strangis: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 28, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Nick’s Place", by Gerald DiPego: Presentation; with notes, mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 29, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Nob Hill Hotel", by Jean Holloway: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 30, Scripts Mr-Pe, Nob Hill Hotel, by Jean Holloway: Script; with note, carbon, 1970
  • Folder: 31, Scripts Mr-Pe, "No Trumpets For Tim", by Eugene Emery Logan: Presentation; with memo, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 32, Scripts Mr-Pe", Nothing Less Than Conquest:The Amazing George Rogers Clark", by Mort Reis Lewis: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 33, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Nothing Personal", by I. A. L. Diamond: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 34, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Nothing Personal", by I. A. L. Diamond: synopsis; photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 35, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Occasional Wife", by Fred Freeman/Lawrence J. Cohen: Script; revised final draft, photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 36, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Off Side", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 37, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Oh Danny Boy", based on book by Howard Blank: Correspondence, 1985-1987
  • Folder: 38, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Oh Danny Boy", based on book by Howard Blank: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 39, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Oh Danny Boy", based on book by Howard Blank: Prospectus; edited typescript/photocopy, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 40, Scripts Mr-Pe, "On A Clear Day", by Marc G. Adams/Joyce Howard: Article: "I Died at 10:52 A.M.", by Victor D. Solow; in "Readers Digest", photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 41, Scripts Mr-Pe, "On A Clear Day", by Marc G. Adams/Joyce Howard: Clippings; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 42, Scripts Mr-Pe, "On A Clear Day", by Marc G. Adams/Joyce Howard: Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 43, Scripts Mr-Pe, "On A Clear Day", by Marc G. Adams/Joyce Howard: Notes, 1973
  • Folder: 44, Scripts Mr-Pe, "On A Clear Day", by Marc G. Adams/Joyce Howard: Scene outline; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 45, Scripts Mr-Pe, "On A Clear Day", by Marc G. Adams/Joyce Howard: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 46, Scripts Mr-Pe: "On A Clear Day", by Marc G. Adams/Joyce Howard: Sheet music: "On A Clear Day(You Can See Forever)", words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Burton; Lane; photocopy, 1965
  • Folder: 47, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Once Upon A Time", by Howard R. Cohen/Ira Miller: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 48, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Orvie", by Norman Liebmann/Edward Haas: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 49, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Orvie", by Norman Liebmann/Edwad Haas: Script; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 50, Scripts Mr-Pe, "The Other Side of Rumples", by Harry Ackerman/Robert Dwan: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 51, Scripts Mr-Pe, "The Other Side of Rumples", by Harry Ackerman/Robert Dwan: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 52, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Out of Step", author unidentified: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 53, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Page One, West", by Mort Reis Lewis: Correspondence, 1964-1974
  • Folder: 54, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Page One, West", by Mort Reis Lewis: Script; with explanatory letter, typescript, 1975
  • Folder: 55, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Advertisement: "The New York TimesAdvertisement Section", 1974
  • Folder: 56, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Clippings; photocopies, 1951-1974
  • Folder: 57, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 58, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Elements of the show, undated
  • Folder: 59, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Expenses, 1974
  • Folder: 60, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Films and Scenes used in the program, undated
  • Folder: 61, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Lists of films not owned by Paramount, undated
  • Folder: 62, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Lists of Paramount films, 1974
  • Folder: 63, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: List of Super cards, undated
  • Folder: 64, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Miscellaneous, 1972, 1974
  • Folder: 65, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Notes, 1974, undated
  • Folder: 66, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Paper: "Paramount History", author unidentified; typescript, incomplete, undated
  • Folder: 67, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Program: "Paramount Pictures: TheVintage Years", at the American Film Institute Theatre, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., undated
  • Folder: 68, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Ratings statement and closing credit, 1974
  • Folder: 69, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Reel by reel breakdown of scenes, undated
  • Folder: 70, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Revised pages; typescript, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 71, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Telephone dialogue to use in show, undated
  • Folder: 72, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Teleplay; first draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 73, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount Presents", prepared by Harry Ackerman: Teleplay; revised copy, typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 74, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount’s Fabulous 50’s", by Harry Ackerman: Cecil B. DeMille films made at Paramount, undated
  • Folder: 75, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount’s Fabulous 50’s," by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 76, Scripts Mr-Pe, "Paramount’s Fabulous 50’s," by Harry Ackerman: List of Paramount films 1949-1969, undated
  • Folder: 77, Scripts Mr-Pe", Paramount’s Fabulous 50’s," by Harry Ackerman: Paramount manuscripts listing by storage carton, including dialogue scripts, undated
  • Folder: 79, Scripts Mr-Pe, "The Paul Lynde Show", by Sidney Sheldon: Script; final copy, mimeo, 1963
  • Folder: 80, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "The Paul Lynde Show", by Sidney Sheldon: Staff list, 1972
  • Folder: 81, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Peck’s Bad Boy", concept by Herb Meadow: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 82, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Peggy's Wild Life", by Jerry Warner & Associates: Correspondence, 1956-1962
  • Folder: 83, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Peggy's Wild Life", by Jerry Warner & Associates: Notes, 1962
  • Folder: 84, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Peggy's Wild Life", by Jerry Warner & Associates: Presentation, created by John Trayne; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 85, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Peggy's Wild Life", by Jerry Warner & Associates: Presentation/Script; photocopies, 1956
  • Folder: 86, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "The Pen Is Mighty", by Mort Reis Lewis: Clippings; photocopies, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 87, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "The Pen Is Mighty", by Mort Reis Lewis: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 88, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "The Pen Is Mighty", by Mort Reis Lewis: Prospectuses; typescripts, undated
  • Folder: 89, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Pen Pals", by Harry Ackerman/Helford and David: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 90, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Pen Pals", by Harry Ackerman/Helford and David: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 91, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Pet Set Goes Jet Set", by Bonita Lynch: Clippings; photocopies, 1970
  • Folder: 92, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "Pet Set Goes Jet Set", by Bonita Lynch: Presentation; with memo, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 78, Scripts: Mr-Pe, "The Patriot", by Rick Mittleman: Prospectus; carbon, undated

Box: 15, Scripts: Ph-Sh, 1963-1989

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: Ph-Sh

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Philadelphia Spring", by Ted Key/Maury Cohen: Presentation; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1985
  • Folder: 2, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Philip Hall Likes Me. I Reckon Maybe", by Bette Greene: Memos, 1975
  • Folder: 3, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Philip Hall Likes Me. I Reckon Maybe", by Bette Greene: Presentation; with analysis, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 4, Scripts Ph-Sh," Philip Hall Likes Me. I Reckon Maybe", by Bette Greene: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 5, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Pierre Chambrun"/"The Golden Trap", based on books by Hugh Pentecost: Correspondence, 1965-1967
  • Folder: 6, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Pierre Chambrun"/"The Golden Trap", based on books by Hugh Pentecost: Novelette: "Murder DeLuxe", by Hugh Pentecost; in "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine", photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 7, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Pierre Chambrun"/"The Golden Trap", based on books by Hugh Pentecost: Presentation; photocopy, 1967
  • Folder: 8, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Pierre Chambrun"/"The Golden Trap", based on books by Hugh Pentecost: Prospectus; photocopies, 1965
  • Folder: 9, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plain and Fancy", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1970-1974
  • Folder: 10, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plain and Fancy", by Harry Ackerman: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 11, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plain and Fancy", by Harry Ackerman: Synopsis; photocopy, 1955
  • Folder: 12, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Play It For Laughs", by Martin A. Ragaway/Joe Bigelow: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 13, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Playing For Keeps", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence; notes, 1985
  • Folder: 14, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Playing For Keeps", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 15, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite", by Susan Silver: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 16, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite", by Susan Silver: Notes, 1974
  • Folder: 17, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite", by Susan Silver: Prospectuses; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 18, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite", by Susan Silver : Script; first draft, mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 19, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite 1974", by Susan Silver: Revised pages of presentation; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 20, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite 1974", by Susan Silver: Script; first draft, with cuts, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 21, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite 1974", by Susan Silver: Script; first draft, with editing and cuts, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 22, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite 1975", by Susan Silver: Notes, 1974
  • Folder: 23, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite 1975", by Susan Silver: Script; revision, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 24, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Plaza Suite", by Leonard Spigelgass/Jerry Davis: Script; working draft, mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 25, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Plumbers", by Joseph C. Cavella: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 26, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Primary Objective", by Douglas Brooke West: Clipping; photocopy, notes, 1984
  • Folder: 27, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Primary Objective", by Douglas Brooke West: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 28, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Primary Objective", by Douglas Brooke West: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 29, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Private Defectives", by Steve Ackerman: Script; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 30, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Project: Rape", by Charles B. FitzSimons: Clippings; photocopies, 1972-1974
  • Folder: 31, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Project: Rape", by Charles B. FitzSimons: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 32, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Project: Rape", by Charles B. Fitz Simons: Prospectuses; original, revision, typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 33, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Psychosleuth", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1973-1975
  • Folder: 34, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Psychosleuth", by Harry Ackerman: Notes, 1973
  • Folder: 35, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Psychosleuth", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 36, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Quarterback Wore A Dress", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 37, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Rachel Saint Story", by Caryl Ledner: Article: "Saint", by Jerry Bledsoe; in "Esquire", photocopy, 1971
  • Folder: 38, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Rachel Saint Story", by Caryl Ledner: Script; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 39, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Rafe", by Weldon Hill: Synopsis; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 40, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Rainbow People", by Jean Holloway: Script; second revision, typescript, 1989
  • Folder: 41, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Redso, the Clown", by Red Skelton: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 42, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Redso, the Clown", by Red Skelton: Synopsis; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 43, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Reluctant Statesman", author unidentified: Biographical notes on George Mason, 1973
  • Folder: 44, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Reluctant Statesman", author unidentified: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 45, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Reluctant Statesman", author unidentified: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 46, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Reluctant Statesman", author unidentified: Research materials, 1973
  • Folder: 47, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Restaurant Row", by Robert Dwan: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 48, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Restaurant Row", by Robert Dwan: Prospectuses; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 49, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Revolt At Pistol River", by Stanton Delaplane: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 50, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Revolt At Pistol River", by Stanton Delaplane: Presentation; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 51, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Riordan's Kids", by Jean Holloway: Presentation; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 52, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Ripe Tomatoes", by Daniel Boone: Book ms; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 53, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Rockabye the Infantry", by Budd Grossman: Script; revised final draft, mimeo, 1963
  • Folder: 54, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Rosy and the Ragtime Reverend", by Jay Ankeney/Bob Chenault: Presentation; photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 55, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Rural Delivery", by Ted Key: Correspondence, 1989-1990
  • Folder: 56, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Rural Delivery", by Ted Key: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 57, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Rx For Laughter: Medical Meadows", by Jean Holloway: Prospectus; photocopy, 1988
  • Folder: 58, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Rye's Irregulars", by Ann Udell: Presentation; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 59, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Salmon Brigade", by James Henerson: Clippings; photocopies, 1970
  • Folder: 60, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Salmon Brigade", by James Henerson: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 61, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Sam and Delilah", by Paul West: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 62, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Second Hundred Years", by Ed Simmons: Script; revised final draft, photocopy, 1966, 1967
  • Folder: 63, Scripts Ph-Sh, "See My Lawyer", by Rick Mittleman: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 64, Scripts Ph-Sh, "See My Lawye"r, by Rick Mittleman: Presentation; typescript, carbon, undated
  • Folder: 65, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Sheik", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Presentation; with note, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 66, Scripts Ph-Sh, "Sherlock and Me", by Mann Rubin/Stephen Kandel: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 67, Scripts Ph-Sh, "The Sheriff Is A Lady", by Tony Miller: Prospectus: photocopy, undated

Box: 16, Scripts: Si-Tr, 1939-1988

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: Si-Tr

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts Si-Tr, "Silver Screen Gardens", by David Swift: Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 2, Scripts Si-Tr, "Silver Screen Gardens", by David Swift: Script; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 3, Scripts Si-Tr, "Signed: Anxious", by Anthony Wilson: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 4, Scripts Si-Tr, "Signed: Anxious", by Anthony Wilson: Presentation; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 5, Scripts Si-Tr, "Signed: Anxious", by Anthony Wilson: Script; final draft, photocopy, 1966
  • Folder: 6, Scripts Si-Tr, "Signed: Anxious", by Anthony Wilson: Script; final draft, with revisions and suggested sequence of scenes, photocopy, 1966-1967
  • Folder: 7, Scripts Si-Tr, "A Sizable Matter", by Dennis Edward Leoni: Letter, and note concerning the script, 1989
  • Folder: 8, Scripts Si-Tr, "A Sizable Matter", by Dennis Edward Leoni: Script; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 9, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sky Dog", by Jean Holloway: Prospectus; typescript, 1959
  • Folder: 10, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Sky's the Limit", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; typescript, 1959
  • Folder: 11, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sledgehammer", by Walter Wager: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 12, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sledgehammer", by Walter Wager: Synopses, by Marc G. Adams and Peter Bergquist; photocopy, typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 13, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Slender Thread", by Geoffrey Household: Magazine: "Cosmopolitan", 1959
  • Folder: 14, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Slender Thread", by Geoffrey Household: Notes, 1960
  • Folder: 15, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Slender Thread", by Geoffrey Household: Script; photocopy, 1960
  • Folder: 16, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Slender Thread", by Geoffrey Household: Synopsis; typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 17, Scripts Si-Tr, "Small Wonder", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Correspondence, 1967-1974
  • Folder: 18, Scripts Si-Tr, "Small Wonder", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Miscellaneous, 1967-1973
  • Folder: 19, Scripts Si-Tr, "Small Wonder", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Notes, 1973
  • Folder: 20, Scripts Si-Tr, "Small Wonder", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, 1967
  • Folder: 21, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sneak Preview", by Howard Merrill/Stanley Ralph Ross: Prospectus; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 22, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Sniper", by George La Fountaine: Book ms.; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 23, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Sniper", by George La Fountaine: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 24, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Sniper", by George La Fountaine: Notes on potential script writers, with resumes, undated
  • Folder: 25, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Sniper", by George La Fountaine: Notes on thoughts about ""The Sniper"," by Harry Ackerman, undated
  • Folder: 26, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Sniper", by George La Fountaine: synopses, by Bob Tallman; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 27, Scripts Si-Tr, "Softly in the Night"/"Milo March", by M. E. Chaber: Synopsis; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 28, Scripts Si-Tr, "Something Old, Something New", by Elinor and Harry Ackerman: Miscellaneous, 1988
  • Folder: 29, Scripts Si-Tr, "Something Old, Something New", by Elinor and Harry Ackerman: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 30, Scripts Si-Tr," Something Old, Something New", by Elinor and Harry Ackerman: Prospectuses; original, revisions, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 31, Scripts Si-Tr, "Son of Robin Hood", by Arnold Margolis/Jim Parker: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 32, Scripts Si-Tr, "Son of Robin Hood", by Arnold Margolis/Jim Parker: Prospectus; photocopy, 1966
  • Folder: 33, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sons of Liberty", by Harry Ackerman: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 34, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sons of Liberty", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 35, Scripts Si-Tr," Space Shot: The Flight of Mission Orpheus", by Doran William Cannon/Stanton Kaye: Presentation; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 36, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Specialists", by Bernard Schwartz: Correspondence, 1964-1974
  • Folder: 37, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Specialists", by Bernard Schwartz: Presentation and evaluation; photocopy, 1964
  • Folder: 38, Scripts Si-Tr, "Speaker of the House", by Mort Reis Lewis: Presentation; with explanatory letter, carbon, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 39, Scripts Si-Tr, "Spin", by David Thoreau: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 40, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Spookwaffe", by Hesper Anderson: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 41, Scripts Si-Tr, "Square Peg Round Hole", by Ralph Levy/Brad Jayson: Script; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 42, Scripts Si-Tr, "Stagestruck", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; with notes, holograph, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 43, Scripts Si-Tr, "Stagestruck", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus, by Jim Pfanner; expanded concept for movie of the week, typescript, 1988
  • Folder: 44, Scripts Si-Tr, "A Star in the Family", by Marlene Fanta Shyer: Correspondence, 1984-1985
  • Folder: 45, Scripts Si-Tr, "A Star in the Family", by Marlene Fanta Shyer: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 46, Scripts Si-Tr, "Strangers In My Body", by Chris Sizemore/Elin Pittillo: Correspondence, 1985
  • Folder: 47, Scripts Si-Tr, "Strangers In My Body", by Chris Sizemore/Elin Pittillo: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 48, Scripts Si-Tr, "Strangers In My Body", by Chris Sizemore/Elin Pittillo: Synopses, by Bob Dwan; typescript, photocopy, 1985
  • Folder: 49, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Superchief", by John Shaner/Al Ramrus: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 50, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Superchief", by John Shaner/Al Ramrus: Synopsis; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 51, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Swamp Fox", by Harry Ackerman/Mort Reis Lewis: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 52, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Swamp Fox", by Harry Ackerman/Mort Reis Lewis: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 53, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Swamp Fox", by Harry Ackerman/Mort Reis Lewis: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 54, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Swamp Fox", by Harry Ackerman/Mort Reis Lewis: Prospectus; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 55, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sweetie Pie The Swoose", by Nancy Powell: Correspondence, 1967-1985
  • Folder: 56, Scripts Si-Tr, "Sweetie Pie The Swoose", by Nancy Powell: Short story; carbon, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 57, Scripts Si-Tr, "Talk About A Girl", by Mannie Manheim/Arthur Marx/Budd Grossman: Scripts; mimeos, 1958
  • Folder: 58, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Tattoo", by Gary Drucker: Prospectus; photocopy, 1984
  • Folder: 59, Scripts Si-Tr, "Tay-Gar of the Jungle", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 60, Scripts Si-Tr, "Tay-Gar of the Jungle", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Script; photocopy, 1966
  • Folder: 61, Scripts Si-Tr, "Team Doctor", by Mort Reis Lewis: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 62, Scripts Si-Tr, "Team Doctor", by Mort Reis Lewis: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, carbon, 1972
  • Folder: 63, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Team Spirit", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 64, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Team Spirit", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; drafts, final copy, typescript, mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 65, Scripts Si-Tr, "Temperatures Rising", author unidentified: Article: "Who Is Nancy Fox and Why Are They Saying All Those Wonderful Things About Her?", author unidentified, source unidentified, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 66, Scripts Si-Tr, "Temperatures Rising", author unidentified: Staff and crew lists, 1972
  • Folder: 67, Scripts Si-Tr, "Things That Go Bump In The Night", by Jean Holloway: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, 1986
  • Folder: 68, Scripts Si-Tr, "This Family Robinson", by Harry Ackerman/Orson Welles: Correspondence, 1956,-1970
  • Folder: 69, Scripts Si-Tr, "This Family Robinson", by Harry Ackerman/Orson Welles: Prospectus; typescript, mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 70, Scripts Si-Tr, "This Is A Hospital?!!", by Lorenzo Semple, Jr./Stan Dreben/Roland Wolpont: Script; revised final draft, 1964
  • Folder: 71, Scripts Si-Tr, "This Plane For Hire", by Charles Thomas Newton: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 72, Scripts Si-Tr, "This Plane For Hire", by Charles Thomas Newton: Prospectus; typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 73, Scripts Si-Tr, "Those Beautiful People", by Henry Garson: Presentation/pilot script; with explanatory letter, photocopies, 1973
  • Folder: 74, Scripts Si-Tr, "Those Were The Days", by Jameson Brewer: Presentation; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 75, Scripts Si-Tr, "Those Were The Days", by Ray Parker: Script; revised draft, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 76, Scripts Si-Tr, "Those Were The Days", by Gene Thompson: Script; first draft, typescript, 1973
  • Folder: 77, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Three Lives of Big Booby", by Harry Ackerman: Correspondence, 1973-l974
  • Folder: 78, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Three Lives of Big Booby", by Harry Ackerman: Prospectuses; with notes, holograph, typescript, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 79, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Tiffany Caper", by Joseph Purtell: Synopsis; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 80, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Times and Troubles of Captain Cloudburst", by Harry Ackerman: Presentation; with notes, holograph draft, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 81, Scripts Si-Tr, "Togetherness", by Nate Monaster/Norman Tokar: Script; working copy, mimeo, 1959
  • Folder: 82, Scripts Si-Tr, "To Live To Die", by Collier Young/Bill Hare: Correspondence, 1973, undated
  • Folder: 83, Scripts Si-Tr, "To Live To Die", by Collier Young/Bill Hare: Presentation; photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 84, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Tree of Liberty", by Elizabeth Page: Screenplay treatment, by Sidney Buchman; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 85, Scripts Si-Tr, "The Tree of Liberty", by Elizabeth Page: Synopsis of novel, by Ted O'Harra; photocopy, 1939

Box: 17, Scripts: Tu-Z, 1968-1985

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Scripts: Tu-Z

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Turtle", probably by Harry Ackerman: Prospectus; with memo, typescript, edited photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 2, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Turtle Creek Gang", by Robert Dwan: Prospectuses; original, revisions, photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 3, Scripts Tu-Z, "Two For The Road"/"The Truck Drivers", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 4, Scripts Tu-Z, "Two For The Road"/"The Truck Drivers", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 5, Scripts Tu-Z, "Two For The Road"/"The Truck Drivers", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectuses; typescript, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 6, Scripts Tu-Z, "U.F.O. Double O!", by William Peter Blatty: Script; final draft, photocopy, 1967
  • Folder: 7, Scripts Tu-Z, "Uncle Tom's Building", by Peter Gallay: Prospectus; photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 8, Scripts Tu-Z, "Undercover Crooks", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Presentation; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 9, Scripts Tu-Z, "Under One Roof", by Madelyn Pugh Davis/Bob Carroll, Jr.: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 10, Scripts Tu-Z, "Under One Roof", by George Zateslo: Clipping, notes, 1983
  • Folder: 11, Scripts Tu-Z, "Under One Roof", by George Zateslo: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, photocopy, 1983-1985
  • Folder: 12, Scripts Tu-Z, "Underworld", by Russell Rouse/Clarence Greene: Script; revised final draft, mimeo, 1959
  • Folder: 13, Scripts Tu-Z, "Up and Away", by C. Edward Shelton: Clippings; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 14, Scripts Tu-Z, "Up and Away", by C. Edward Shelton: Correspondence, 1974-1975
  • Folder: 15, Scripts Tu-Z, "Up and Away", by C. Edward Shelton: Prospectus, by Harry Ackerman; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 16, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Valley of the Moon", by Jean Holloway: Script; second draft, photocopy, 1980
  • Folder: 17, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Vegetable Garden", by Eugene Emery Logan: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 18, Scripts Tu-Z, "A Very Close Family", by Harry Ackerman/Bernard H. Shaivitz: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 19, Scripts Tu-Z, "A Very Close Family", by Harry Ackerman/Bernard H. Shaivitz: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 20, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Visitors", by Harry Ackerman/William Asher: Prospectus; with explanatory letter, typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 21, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Voice of Goober Hill", by Sheldon Keller/Howard Merrill: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 22, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Voice of Goober Hill", by Sheldon Keller/Howard Merrill: Script; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 23, Scripts Tu-Z, "Vow of Silence", by Jay Ankeney/Bob Chenault: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 24, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Wackiest Ship in the Army", by Danny Arnold: Script, revised final draft, mimeo, 1964
  • Folder: 25, Scripts Tu-Z, "Walk Naked in the Streets", by John Champion/Joyce Perry: Presentation; photocopy, 1972
  • Folder: 26, Scripts Tu-Z, "Wally and the Beaver", by Robert Mosher/Joseph Connelly: Script; mimeo, undated
  • Folder: 27, Scripts Tu-Z, "Weekend Warriors", by E. David Lukashok: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 28, Scripts Tu-Z, "We, The Jury", by Herb Meadow: Correspondence, notes, 1974
  • Folder: 29, Scripts Tu-Z, "We, The Jury", by Herb Meadow: Prospectus; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 30, Scripts Tu-Z, "What Do You Know? What Are You Talking About?", by Jess Oppenheimer: Presentation; with explanatory letter, photocopies, 1972
  • Folder: 31, Scripts Tu-Z, ""When Last Seen. . . ,"" by Herb Meadow: Prospectus; with notes, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 32, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who's Afraid of Mrs. Custer?"/"Red Eye"/"Libby": by Jack Guss: Correspondence, 1971-1974
  • Folder: 33, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who's Afraid of Mrs. Custer?"/"RedEye"/"Libby", by Jack Guss: Presentation: Red Eye; with notes, photocopies, 1966
  • Folder: 34, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who's Afraid of Mrs. Custer?"/"RedEye"/"Libby", by Jack Guss: Presentation: "Who's Afraid of Mrs. Custer. . . ? The Sioux, That's Who. . ." ; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 35, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who You Are", by Howard Leeds: Correspondence, 1976
  • Folder: 36, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who You Are", by Howard Leeds: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 37, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who You Are", by Howard Leeds: Scene outline, 1974
  • Folder: 38, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who You Are", by Howard Leeds: Script; final copy, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 39, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who You Are", by Howard Leeds: Script; first draft, revision; typescript, photocopy, 1974
  • Folder: 40, Scripts Tu-Z, "Who You Are", by Howard Leeds: Scripts; photocopies showing cuts and revisions, 1974
  • Folder: 41, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Wild Geese", by Herb Meadow: Prospectuses; photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 42, Scripts Tu-Z, "Win, Place and O'Shea", by True Boardman: Correspondence, 1986
  • Folder: 43, Scripts Tu-Z, "Win, Place and O'Shea", by True Boardman: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 44, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Wizard of Fairfax High", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Casting suggestions; photographs of actors, undated
  • Folder: 45, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Wizard of Fairfax High", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Correspondence, 1974
  • Folder: 46, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Wizard of Fairfax High", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Presentation; typescript, photocopies, 1975
  • Folder: 47, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Wizard of Fairfax High", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; original script, with revisions, 1975
  • Folder: 48, Scripts Tu-Z, "Women Of Courage," by Jean Holloway: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 49, Scripts Tu-Z, "Women Of Courage", by Jean Holloway: Presentation; edited typescript, 1985
  • Folder: 50, Scripts Tu-Z, "Women of Courage", based on book by Margaret Truman: Prospectuses; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 51, Scripts Tu-Z, "Wyler", by Paul B. Lichtman/Howard Storm: Presentation; with notes, photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 52, Scripts Tu-Z, "Young and Hungry", by Samuel Taylor: Correspondence, 1970-l974
  • Folder: 53, Scripts Tu-Z, "Young and Hungry", by Samuel Taylor: Notes, 1972
  • Folder: 54, Scripts Tu-Z, "Young and Hungry", by Samuel Taylor: Presentations; typescript, photocopies, 1974
  • Folder: 55, Scripts Tu-Z, "Young and Hungry", by Samuel Taylor: Prospectuses; original, edited original, revisions, typescripts, photocopies, 1971
  • Folder: 56, Scripts Tu-Z, "Young and Hungry", by Samuel Taylor: Screenplay; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 57, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Articles: "Crime Resistance", excerpted from a speech by Clarence M. Kenney in "FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin", Photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 58, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Articles: "The Crime Resistance Program", author unidentified; photocopy, 1976
  • Folder: 59, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Articles: "FBI Laboratory Makes Tool Mark Examinations"; reprinted from "FBI Law EnforcementBulletin", 1975
  • Folder: 60, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Articles: News Release: "U.S. General Services Administration #6552", "New J. Edgar Hoover Building Consolidated FBI Activities;", 1975
  • Folder: 61, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Articles: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 62, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Pamphlets: "Know your FBI", published by the Department of Justice/FBI, 1974
  • Folder: 63, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Pamphlets: "99 Facts About the FBI:Questions and Answers", published by FBI/Department of Justice, 1975
  • Folder: 64, Scripts Tu-Z, T"he Young FBI", author unidentified: Pamphlets: "The Story of the Federal Bureau of Investigation", published by FBI/Department of Justice, 1975
  • Folder: 65, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Pamphlets: Presentations, variously entitled "The FBI Kids", "The Young FBI", "The Young Feds", and "The New Agents of the FBI", the latter written by Fred Freiberger; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 66, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Speeches: "A Better Tomorrow Through Crime Resistance", by Clarence M. Kelley; at a luncheon sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Wilmington, Delaware, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 67, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Speeches: "A Call To Crime Resistance", by Clarence M. Kelley; before the Spring Meeting of the Tobacco Institute, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 68, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Speeches: "Citizen, Police Officer - Allies Against Crime", by Clarence M. Kelley, delivered by Nicholas P. Callahan; at the Police Appreciation Day Luncheon sponsored by the Metropolitan Atlanta Crime Commission, Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and Atlanta Bar Association, Atlanta, Georgia, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 69, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Speeches: "Remarks by Clarence M. Kelley at the Dedication of the J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building"; Washington, D.C., photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 70, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Speeches: "Who's Responsible for Crime?", by Clarence M. Kelley; at a luncheon sponsored by the Birmingham Rotary Club, Birmingham, Alabama, photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 71, Scripts Tu-Z, "The Young FBI", author unidentified: Transcript: "Crime Resistance Program News Conference, Questions and Answers": photocopy, 1975
  • Folder: 72, Scripts Tu-Z, "A Young Man's Fancy Lightly Turns", by Norman Kurland: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 73, Scripts Tu-Z, "A Young Man's Fancy Lightly Turns", by Norman Kurland: Prospectuses; typescript, photocopy, 1968
  • Folder: 74, Scripts Tu-Z, "You're On The Air", by Robert Dwan: Presentation; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 75, Scripts Tu-Z, "You're On The Air", by Robert Dwan: Prospectuses; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 76, Scripts Tu-Z, "You're Only Young Twice", by Jeffrey Ross/Mort Reis Lewis: Script; second draft, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 77, Scripts Tu-Z, "Your Dearest Wish Is Granted", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Correspondence, 1973
  • Folder: 78, Scripts TU-Z, "Your Dearest Wish Is Granted", by Gerald Gardner/Dee Caruso: Prospectus; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 79, Scripts Tu-Z, "Zip! Zip! Zip!", by Jack Kaplan/Barry Blitzer: Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • Folder: 80, Scripts Tu-Z, "Zip! Zip! Zip!", by Jack Kaplan/Barry Blitzer: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 81, Scripts Tu-Z, "Zip! Zip! Zip!", by Jack Kaplan/Barry Blitzer: Script; first draft, photocopy, undated

Box: 18, Story Ideas, 1965-1990

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Story Ideas

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Story Ideas: Articles: "The Case That Had TheGossips Buzzing In Vermont", by Hugh Moffett: Source unidentified, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 2, Story Ideas: Articles: "I Spied On the Mafia for the FBI", by Charles W. Grinnell with Bill Davidson; in "Saturday Evening Post", photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 3, Story Ideas: Articles: "Joaquin: Dead or Alive?", by Remi and Margaret Nadeau; In "Westways", photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 4, Story Ideas: Articles: "The Lost Dreadnaught", by Charles H. Bogart; source unidentified, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 5, Story Ideas: Articles: "Mae West, An Interview", by Richard Meryman; source unidentified, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 6, Story Ideas: Articles: "Parole Board", by Donald Jackson; source unidentified, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 7, Story Ideas: Articles: "The People v. The Mob; Or,Who Rules New Jersey", by Fred J. Cook; in "New York Times Magazine", photocopy, 1970
  • Folder: 8, Story Ideas: Articles: "Straight Man in a Crooked World", by Paul Hoffman; in "True", photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 9, Story Ideas: Articles: Background material for a history of TV "Special;" typescript, undated
  • Folder: 10, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Ward Ritchie Press: Galleys; photocopy, 1976
  • Folder: 11, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Miscellaneous, 1976
  • Folder: 12, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Book Synopses, 1965-1974
  • Folder: 13, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Clippings; photocopies, 1965-1990
  • Folder: 14, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 15, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Correspondence, 1966-1990
  • Folder: 16, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: List: Open-ended list of classic material, undated
  • Folder: 17, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Notes; A-W, undated
  • Folder: 18, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Notes; miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 19, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Programming concepts; typescripts, photocopies, 1980-1986
  • Folder: 20, Story Ideas: Book Mss.: "The Body Merchant, The Story of Earl Carroll", by Ken Murray; Pasadena: Suggestions for children's programs, undated

Box: 19, Miscellaneous, 1936-1985

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Miscellaneous

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Articles: Color Telecasting for the Future, by Harry Ackerman; multilith, 1955
  • Folder: 2, Articles: "Feature Film Making as Compared With Film Uses in Television Programming", by Harry Ackerman; corrected typescript, with rough notes, 1958
  • Folder: 3, Articles: "Is Radio Any Good?" by Hubbell Robinson, Jr.; draft, typescript, with first page carbon, undated
  • Folder: 4, Articles: "Notes on the Care and Feeding of I Love Lucies", by Harry Ackerman; typescript draft, undated
  • Folder: 5, Articles: "The Sol Saks Case", by Sol Saks; in "Author's League Bulletin", 1943
  • Folder: 6, Articles: Brochure: "ABC 68-69 Advance Program Information: The Ugliest Girl in Town", published by the ABC Television Network, 1968
  • Folder: 7, Articles: Brochure: "Viewing TV with Hal Humphrey", published by Mirror Enterprises Syndicate, Los Angeles, 1951
  • Folder: 8, Articles: Certificate: Award of Merit for Outstanding Service, to Harry Ackerman, from National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Southern California Chapter, undated
  • Folder: 9, Articles: Certificate of Appreciation to Harry Ackerman from Columbia-Screen Gems Studio Club, 1968
  • Folder: 10, Articles: Clippings; photocopies, 1941-1949
  • Folder: 11, Articles: Clippings; photocopies, 1950-1966
  • Folder: 12, Articles: Clippings; photocopies, undated
  • Folder: 13, Articles: Correspondence, 1941-1985
  • Folder: 14, Articles: Magazine: "Daily Variety", published by Daily Variety Ltd., Los Angeles, 1955
  • Folder: 15, Articles: Magazine: "The Scroll of Phi Delta Theta", published by Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Menasha, Wisconsin, 1959
  • Folder: 16, Articles: Menu: "Kate Smith and Ted Collins Celebration, The Waldorf-Astoria", 1944
  • Folder: 17, Articles: Military memorabilia, 1938-1954
  • Folder: 18, Articles: Miscellaneous, 1953-1956
  • Folder: 19, Articles: Newsletters: "AdAge", The Official Publication of the San Francisco Advertising Club, 1955
  • Folder: 20, Articles: Newsletters: "Hollywood Huckster", published by The Hollywood Advertising Club, 1949
  • Folder: 21, Articles: Newsletters: "Hollywood Knickerbocker Hotel Topics", 1948
  • Folder: 22, Articles: Newsletters: "The Medical Advance", published by New York University-Bellevue Medical Center Fund, 1947
  • Folder: 23, Articles: Newsletters: "Radio Daily, The National Daily Newspaper of Commercial Radio and Television", published by Radio Daily Corp., John W. Alicoate, President and Publisher, New York, 1949
  • Folder: 24, Articles: Newsletters: "Space and Time", Robert J. Landry, Editor and Owner, New York, 1950
  • Folder: 25, Articles: Newsletters: "SPIKE", published by Hollywood Radio and Television Society, 1967
  • Folder: 26, Articles: News Releases: "CBS BiographicalService, Columbia Broadcasting System, Hollywood ", 1949
  • Folder: 27, Articles: News Releases: "Eve Starr's Inside TV,from General Features Corporation, New York", 1956
  • Folder: 28, Articles: News Releases: "From Earle Ferris, NewYork City", photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 29, Articles: News Releases: "National Broadcasting System Studio Notes", 1936
  • Folder: 30, Articles: News Releases: "News Flashes,Columbia Broadcasting System, Hollywood", 1949
  • Folder: 31, Articles: News Releases: "New York University College of Medicine Information Service, New York", undated
  • Folder: 32, Articles: News Releases:" Press Information, Columbia Broadcasting System, New York", 1949-1950
  • Folder: 33, Articles: News Releases: "United Press Hollywood Correspondent, by Vernon Scott"; photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 34, Articles: Pamphlets: "Abraham Lincoln Sesquicentennial 1959 Exhibit Catalogue", published by the Lincoln Sesquicentennial Association of California, 1959
  • Folder: 35, Articles: Pamphlets: "Advance Information on 1966-67 Programming: Occasional Wife, NBC Television Network", 1966
  • Folder: 36, Articles: Pamphlets: "New York UniversityBulletin, Summer Radio Workshop"; Headquarters and Studios, 100 Washington Square East, New York, Division of General Education, 1946-1947
  • Folder: 37, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman at TV Program Clinic, Statler Hotel, with other, identified, 1954
  • Folder: 38, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman cutting birthday cake, in office, staff in the rear, undated
  • Folder: 39, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman; group photos with unidentified others, undated
  • Folder: 40, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman, Jean Simmons and others on a tv or movie set, undated
  • Folder: 41, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman, others, at TVSI Seminar, New3 York, 1967
  • Folder: 42, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman, Red Buttons and unidentified third man, undated
  • Folder: 43, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman, Sally Field in nun's habit, Alejandro Rey, others, on set of "The Flying Nun", undated
  • Folder: 44, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman with actress Lurene Tuttle and others at a gala occasion, undated
  • Folder: 45, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman with Elizabeth Montgomery and unidentified Asian man, undated
  • Folder: 46, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman with Inger Stevens and others, undated
  • Folder: 47, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman with Mercedes McCambridge and others, undated
  • Folder: 48, Articles: Photographs: Harry Ackerman with William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy), undated
  • Folder: 49, Articles: Photographs: unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 50, Articles: Programs: "The Amusement Industry:" Stage, Screen, Radio, Sports and Night Clubs Presents ""The Show of Shows" at Madison Square Garden"; for the benefit of the New York University-Bellevue Medical Center Fund, 1947
  • Folder: 51, Articles: Programs: "BMI Television Program Clinic, Statler Hotel, Los Angeles, California, GoldenState Room"; sponsored by Broadcast Music, Inc., 1954
  • Folder: 52, Articles: Programs: ""Buy Bullets!" Produced for the Drug Industry Council of the Treasury Dept. by drug and cosmetic manufacturers as a Tribute to 60,000 Retail and Wholesale Druggists"; Radio City, New York, 1942
  • Folder: 53, Articles: Programs: "Civic Banquet Honoring the Officials of the Columbia Broadcasting System's Television City"; West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Ciro's, 1952
  • Folder: 54, Articles: Programs: "11th Annual Emmy Awards, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences"; Telecast over NBC, 1952
  • Folder: 55, Articles: Programs: "Hollywood Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. . .presents. . .Improvisations, a Creative Craft session. . ..;" Studio 33, CBS Television City, 1965
  • Folder: 56, Articles: Programs: "Mr. and Mrs. T.V.: Dinner Honoring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz"; The Masquers, 1953
  • Folder: 57, Articles: Programs: "University of Southern California Radio Department presents a Symposium, "The Challenge of Radio Writing;"" Hancock Auditorium presents Auditorium, 1948
  • Folder: 58, Articles: Programs: Prospectus: Screen Gems, Inc., Shares, Common Stock, 1961
  • Folder: 59, Articles: Scripts: "Bewitched": Presentation: "The Crone of Cawdor", probably by Harry Ackerman; photocopy, 1966
  • Folder: 60, Articles: Scripts: Bewitched: Screenplay: "Bewitched", by Sol Saks; pilot, second revised final draft, photocopy, 1963
  • Folder: 61, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget": Publicity sign for Tv program, undated
  • Folder: 62, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget Forever!": Screenplay: "Gidget Forever!" by Robert Blees, based on characters created by Frederick Kohner, and material by Harry Ackerman, Ralph Riskin and Frederick Kohner; incomplete revision, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 63, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget Forever!": Screenplay: "Gidget Forever!", by Robert Blees; photocopy, 1982
  • Folder: 64, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget Forever!": Screenplay: "Gidget Forever!", by Robert Blees; revised, edited photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 65, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget Now": Presentation: "Gidget Now", by Ralph Riskin and Frederick Kohner; photocopy, 1981
  • Folder: 66, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget's Summer Reunion", by George Zateslo: Casting information sheets, 1985
  • Folder: 67, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget's Summer Reunion", by George Zateslo: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 68, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget's Summer Reunion", by George Zateslo: Production Notebook I, 1985
  • Folder: 69, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget's Summer Reunion", by George Zateslo: Production Notebook II, 1985
  • Folder: 70, Articles: Scripts: "Gidget's Summer Reunion", by George Zateslo: Revised final draft of screenplay; photocopy, 1985
  • Folder: 71, Articles: Speech: Notes for "H.A. Academy Speech", delivered to Academy for Television Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, The Crystal Room, Beverly Hills Hotel; with program, September 23, 1959
  • Folder: 72, Articles: Speech: "Untitled", by Harry Ackerman; delivered to Television Producers Guild, Promenade Room, Beverly Hills Hotel; draft typescript, carbon, 1959

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