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Guide to the J. Walter Thompson Company. 16mm Microfilm As-Broadcast Scripts, 1928-1958

Abstract

Founded in 1864, the J. Walter Thompson Company (JWT) is one of the oldest and largest enduring advertising agencies in the United States.

The J. Walter Thompson Company (JWT) 16mm Microfilm As-Broadcast Scripts span the years 1928-1958 and contain transcripts of radio and television dramas and variety shows, news programs, commercials, and sports programming. Companies featured include Andrew Jergens, Ballantine, Brillo, Ciba-Geigy, Fannie Farmer, Ford, General Cigar, J.B. Williams, Kodak, Kraft, Lamont-Corliss (Pond's), the New York Yankees, Penick & Ford (Br'er Rabbit), Standard Brands, the U.S. Marine Corps, and Wrigley. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

Descriptive Summary

Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Creator
J. Walter Thompson Company.
Title
J. Walter Thompson Company. 16mm Microfilm As-Broadcast Scripts 1928-1958
Language of Material
English, Spanish, Italian
Extent
3.0 Linear Feet, 292 Items
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Collection Overview

The J. Walter Thompson Company (JWT) 16mm Microfilm As-Broadcast Scripts span the years 1928-1958 and contain transcripts of radio and television dramas and variety shows, news programs, commercials, and sports programming. Companies featured include Andrew Jergens, Ballantine, Brillo, Ciba-Geigy, Fannie Farmer, Ford, General Cigar, J.B. Williams, Kodak, Kraft, Lamont-Corliss (Pond's), the New York Yankees, Penick & Ford (Br'er Rabbit), Standard Brands, the U.S. Marine Corps, and Wrigley.

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Contents of the Collection

Rastus, Cream of Wheat Menagerie, 1929
Jolly Bill and Jane, 1929 Jan.-1932 May
Jolly Bill and Jane, (continued), 1932 May-Dec.
Reel 5
Jolly Bill and Jane, (continued), 1932 Dec. -1933 Apr.
Reel 6
Angelo Patri, 1931 Aug.-1933 Dec.
Angelo Patri, (continued), 1933 Dec.-1934 Apr.
Reel 7
Alexander Woollcott Town Crier, 1934 Oct.-1935 Dec.

[See reel 34 for Oct. 5, 1935]

Buck Rogers, 1936
Buck Rogers, (continued), 1936
Reel 8
Silver Fleet
Guinevere
Geraint and Enid
Gareth and Lynette
Sir Lancelot
Tristan and Isolde
Horatius at the Bridge
Richard the Lionhearted
Don Quixote
Joan of Arc
William Tell
Horatius at the Bridge
Uncle Abe and David, 1930-1931
Uncle Abe and David (continued), 1930-1931
Reel 9
Ray Perkins, 1931 June-Dec.
Walter Winchell, 1932 Dec., 1933 Sept.-1936 Feb.
Walter Winchell (continued), 1935-1936
Reel 10
Cornelia Otis Skinner, 1935 June-Aug.
La Gerardine Program, 1931 Mar. -June, 1933 Feb.-Apr.
Cutex Program, 1935 June-Aug.
Nemoflex, 1931 Mar.-May
Davey Tree Hour, 1930-1932
Richman Brothers Program, 1932 Mar.-June
Actin (Boston only), 1931 Dec.-1932 Mar.
Vogue Fashion Program, 1931 Apr.-Oct.
British Columbia Packers Association (Toronto), 1930 Oct.
Reckitt's USA Ltd., 1930-1931
Canadian Marconi Program, 1930 Sept.-Dec.
Maine Sardines, 1930-1932
Maine Sardines, (continued), 1930-1932
Reel 11
Atlantic Coast Fisheries, 1931-1932
Aunt Jemima, 1929-1932
Gruen Guild Radio Program, 1930-1931
Alexander Wollcott, 1930 Sept.-Dec.
Peter's Milk Cocoa (Lamont-Corliss)1929
IVC Pearls Homemakers Hour, 1930
Corona, How to Write, undated
Nestlé Chocolateers, 1930-1931
Nestlé Chocolateers, 1931, 1933-1937

[See reel 244 for 1932]

Reel 12
Nestlé commercials, 1936-1937
Nash Motors, 1934-1937
Kops Brothers (corsets), 1934-1935
Foremost Dairies, 1930 Apr.-June
CeCo dealer program, 1930
CeCo dealer program (continued), 1930
Reel 13
Bromo-Seltzer, 1935-1940

[See also reel 342]

Old Witch radio program, 1929-1930
Hathaway Bakeries, Inc.1934-1935
Raltenborn edits the news, undated
Three Bakers, 1932
Great Moments in History, 1932-1933
Great Moments in History, 1933
Reel 14
Joe Penner, 1933 Oct.-1935 June
Joe Penner, 1934 Dec.-1935 June
Reel 15
Royal Aspic/Vox Pop, 1935 July-Sept.
Husbands and Wives, 1936 July-Sept.
Dr. Wm. L. Stidger, 1937 Sept.-Dec.
Dr. Wm. L. Stidger, 1937 Oct.
Reel 16
All Colored Show, 1937 Apr.-June
Werner Jannsen, 1937 July-Sept.
Dr. Wm. L. Stidger, 1938 July-Dec.
Dr. Wm. L. Stidger, 1938-1939
Reel 17
Dr. Wm. L. Stidger, 1939
Reel 18
Dr. Wm. L. Stidger, 1939 Oct.-Dec.
Reel 19
Robert Ripley, 1935-1937
Robert Ripley, 1936-1937
Peg Murray, 1937 Oct.-1938 June
Rudy Vallee1930-1932 July
Rudy Vallee1932 July-1933 Aug.
Reel 21
Rudy Vallee1933 Aug.-1934
Reel 22
Rudy Vallee1934 Aug.-1935 July
Reel 23
Rudy Vallee1935 July-1936 Aug.
Reel 24
Rudy Vallee1936

[Missing years 1937-1939; Edgar Bergen first appeared with Rudy Vallee on Dec. 17, 1936]

Reel 25
I Love a Mystery, 1939
I Love a Mystery, 1939
I Love a Mystery, 1939 June-Dec.
Reel 27
I Love a Mystery, 1939 Dec.-1942
Reel 28
Those We Love, 1938 Jan.-Feb.
Those We Love, 1938 Feb.-1939 Feb.
Reel 29
Those We Love, 1939 Feb.-Mar.
Reel 30
Commercials, 1938-1939
Those We Love, 1939 Oct.-1940 Mar.
Martha Deane, 1937 May-Nov.
Commercials, 1933-1937
Commercials, 1937 Feb.-1938 Jan.
Reel 31
Talks, 1928 Mar.-Apr.
Talks, 1929 Jan.-Apr.
Baking industry program, 1931 Oct.
Audition, 1931
Commercials, 1934 Feb.-Sept.
Martha Deane commercials, 1936 Apr.-Aug.
Martha Deane commercials, 1936 Apr.-Aug.
Commercials, 1937-1940

[Including Spanish language commercials]

Life and Love of Dr. Susan episode 129, 1939 Aug. 14
Commercials, 1932 Jan.-July
Commercials, 1932 July-Dec.
Reel 32
Frank Fay, 1936 Apr.-Aug.
Skinner Organ, 1930
Rand McNally & Co., 1930
Simmons, 1931, 1937
Peters Shoes, 1931
American magazine, 1931
Clover Leaf salmon, 1931
Pyrex, 1930, 1933
Commercial, 1931
Audition script, 1933
Placidan, 1934
U.S. Gutta Percha Paint Co., 1934
Reel 33
Florida Citrus Exchange, 1935
Enders razors, 1936
Fleischmann's Yeast, 1936 Oct.-Dec.
Chase & Sanborn, 1937 Jan.-Mar.
Universal Pictures, 1937
Hammond Organ Hour, 1937 Sept.-Dec.
Graham-Paige, 1937
J.C. Penney, 1937
Savings Bank, 1937-1938
Burry's, 1938

[See also reel 150]

Scientific Investigation of Telepathy and Other Unexplored Powers of the Human Mind, presented by Zenith Radio, 1938
Legal OK's, 1938
Legal OK's, 1938 May-Oct.
Reel 34
James Melton, 1937 Jan.-Oct.
The Family Man, 1939-1940
Republican campaign, 1940 Sept.-Nov.
Willkie campaign, 1940 Oct.-Nov.

[See reels 93, 94, 95 for rest of Chase & Sanborn scripts; reel 156 for rest of Kellogg/Circle scripts; reels 111, 113, 114 for rest of Shell scripts]

Accent on Youth (Chase & Sanborn), 1938 Feb.20
The Londonderry Air (Chase & Sanborn), 1937 Sept. 19
Bad Man (Chase & Sanborn), 1937 Aug. 29
Biography (Shell), 1936 Sept. 5
Candlelight (Chase & Sanborn), 1937 June 6
Call It a Day (Shell), 1936 June 20
The Copperhead (Shell), 1935 Aug. 17
Coquette (Chase & Sanborn), 1938 Nov. 6
The Curtain Rises (Chase & Sanborn), 1938 Oct. 16
Cyrano de Bergerac (Shell), 1935 May 25
Death Takes a Holiday (Kellogg/Circle)1939 Mar. 26

[See reel 156 for rest of Malerme]

Green Goddess (Shell), 1935 Aug. 31
Holiday (Chase & Sanborn), 1938 Feb. 27
Is Zat So? (Shell), 1935 Sept. 21
June Moon (Shell), 1936 May 2
Just Suppose (Shell), 1935 Aug. 31
The Last Mile (Shell), 1935 Oct. 26
Let Us Be Gay (Chase & Sanborn), 1938 Sept. 25
Monkey's Paw (Kellogg/Circle)1939 Apr. 2
Mrs. Moonlight (Shell), 1936 Apr. 18
Napoleon's Barber (Shell), 1935 Dec. 14
Old Lady Shows Her Medals (Chase & Sanborn), 1935 June 20
Rip Van Winkle (Shell), 1935 Dec. 7
Romantic Young Lady (Chase & Sanborn), 1937 June 27
There's Always Juliet (Chase & Sanborn), 1938 Oct. 30
You and I (Chase & Sanborn), 1938 Aug. 14
Musical program, 1929 Sept.-1931 Jan.
Maurice Chevalier, 1931 Feb.-June
Musical program (coastal stations), 1931 Jan.-1932 Apr.
Eddie Cantor, 1931 July-1932 Jan.
George Jessel, 1932 Feb.-Mar.
George Jessel, (continued), 1932 Mar.-Apr.
Reel 89
Burns & Allen, 1932 Apr. 24
Harry Richman, 1932 May-Sept.
Georgie Price, 1932 Aug. 7
Georgie Price and the Revelers, 1932 sept.-Oct.
Eddie Cantor, 1932 Oct.-Dec.
Georgie Price, 1932 May 19
Georgie Price, (continued), 1932 June-Dec.
Reel 90
Eddie Cantor, 1933
Sims & Bailey, 1933 Apr.-Sept.

[Bert Lahr and cast]

Jimmy Durante, 1933 Sept.
Jimmy Durante, (continued), 1933 Sept.-Nov.
Reel 91
Eddie Cantor, 1934 Jan.-Apr.
Jimmy Durante, 1934 Apr.-Sept.
Jimmy Durante, (continued), 1934 Sept.
Reel 92
Eddie Cantor, 1934 Oct.-Nov.
Opera Series, 1934 Dec.
Commercials, 1934 Feb.-Dec.
Opera Series, 1935 Jan.-Mar.
Major Bowes, 1935-1936
Major Bowes, (continued), 1936 May-Sept.
Reel 93
A.L. Alexander, Good Will Court, 1936 Sept.-Dec.
Haven MacQuarrie, Do You Want To Be an Actor?, 1936 Dec.
A.L. Alexander, Good Will Court, 1936 Nov.-Dec.
Commercials, 1936
Haven MacQuarrie, Do You Want To Be an Actor?, 1937 Jan.-May
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1937 May-Oct.
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, (continued), 1937 Oct.-Dec.
Reel 94
Commercials, 1937
Commercials (Canada), 1937 Sept.-Dec.
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1938 Jan.-May
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, (continued), 1938 May-Dec.
Reel 95
Commercials, 1938 Jan.-Oct.
Commercials, 1938 Oct.-Dec.
Reel 96
Commercials (Canada), 1938 Feb. 10
Commercials (French network), 1938 Feb.-Mar.
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1939 Jan.-July
Commercials, 1939 July
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1939 July-Dec.
Reel 97
Commercials, 1939 Jan.-June
Commercials, 1939 June-Dec.
Reel 98
Commercials (French network), 1939 Jan.-Apr.
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1940 Jan.-June, Sept.-Dec.

[Off July-August]

Commercials, 1940 Jan.-Feb.
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1940
Reel 99
Commercials, 1940 Feb.-June, Sept.-Dec.
Spot announcements, 1940 Mar.-Sept.
Springtime & Harvest, 1939-1940

[Several episodes missing]

Commercials, 1939 Oct. 16
Springtime & Harvest, 1939 Oct.-1940 June
Reel 100
Commercials, 1939-1940
Shell Oil Reporter, 1932 July-Sept.
Shell Oil Reporter, 1932 July-Sept., 1933 June-Aug.
Reel 101
Spot announcements, 1933-1937
Peggy Winthrop, 1930-1931 Sept.
Peggy Winthrop, 1931 Sept.-Dec.

[Many broadcasts missing; see also reel 244]

Reel 103
Lux Radio Theatre, 1934-1935 June
Lux Radio Theatre, 1935 June-Dec.
Reel 104
Lux Radio Theatre, recording script, 1936 Mar. 18
Lux Radio Theatre, audition script, 1936 Mar. 19-20
Lux Radio Theatre, 1936 Jan-Mar.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1936 Mar.-Nov.
Reel 105
Lux Radio Theatre, 1936 Nov.-1937 Sept.
Reel 106
Lux Radio Theatre, 1937 Oct.-1938 Apr.
Reel 107
Lux Radio Theatre, 1938 May-1939 Jan.
Reel 108
Lux Radio Theatre, 1939 Feb.-Nov.
Reel 109
Lux Radio Theatre, 1939 Nov.-Dec.
Reel 110
Spot announcements, 1937

[Legal OK's WSYR, Syracuse, N.Y.]

Buffalo cut-in commercials, 1936 Mar.-1937 June
Football and Sports Review, Eddie Dooley, 1932 Aug.-Dec., 1933 Sept.-Oct.
Football and Sports Review, Eddie Dooley, 1933 Oct.-Dec., 1934 Sept.-1935 Mar.
Reel 111
Shell Chateau, 1935 Apr.-Nov.

[see also reel 48 for dramatic scripts]

Shell Chateau, 1935 Nov.-Dec.
Reel 113
Commercials, 1935 June-1936 Dec.
Shell Chateau, 1936 Jan.-Sept.
Shell Chateau, 1936 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 114
Joe Cook, 1937 Jan.-June
Reel 115
Commercials, 1937 Jan.-June
The Garden Hour, 1931 Feb.-May, 1932 Jan.-May
Stebbins Boys, 1931 July-Aug.
Stebbins Boys, 1931 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 116
Stebbins Boys, 1931 Dec.-1932 May
Reel 117
Stebbins Boys, 1932 May-Oct.
Reel 118
The Formay Program (Miss Lucy Allen), Happy Ramblers, 1932 Oct.-1934 Apr.
Reel 119
Sigmund Romberg, Wm. Lyon Phelps, 1934 Oct.-1935 Apr.
Jolly Bill & Jane, 1933 Mar. 13

[See reel 6 for rest of script]

Sigmund Romberg, 1935 Sept.-Dec.
Continuities, 1929-1930
Paul Whiteman, Al Jolson, Deems Taylor, 1933 June-1934 July
Paul Whiteman, Al Jolson, Deems Taylor, 1934 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 121
Commercials, 1934 Sept.-Oct.
Paul Whiteman, Al Jolson, Deems Taylor, 1935
Jimmy Dorsey, Bing Crosby, 1935 Dec.-1936 Feb.
Jimmy Dorsey, Bing Crosby, 1936
Reel 122
John Trotter Orchestra, Bing Crosby, 1938 Jan.-Mar.
John Trotter Orchestra, Bing Crosby, 1938 Mar.-Dec.
Reel 123
Jimmy Dorsey, Bing Crosby, 1937 Jan.-Mar.
Jimmy Dorsey, Bing Crosby, 1937 Apr.-July
Reel 124
John Trotter Orchestra, Bing Crosby, 1937 July-Dec., 1939 Jan.-Mar.

[see reel 127 for Mar. 16 and 23 scripts]

John Trotter Orchestra, Bing Crosby, 1939 Mar.-Dec.
Reel 125
Roses and Drums, 1932 May-Aug.
Roses and Drums, 1932 Aug.-Dec.

[Oct. 9-Dec. 4, 1932 no scripts--show broadcast from Chicago]

Reel 126
Roses and Drums, 1933 Jan.-1934 Feb.
John Trotter Orchestra, Bing Crosby, 1939 Mar. 16, 23
Roses and Drums, 1934 Feb.-June, Sept.-Dec.

[off air during summer]

Roses and Drums, 1935 Jan.-Aug.
Reel 130
Roses and Drums, 1635 Aug.-1936 Mar.
Reel 131
Kodak Mid-Week Hour, 1930 Apr.-July
Kodak Weekend Hour, 1930 Apr.-June
Kodak Weekend Hour, 1931 Apr.-Sept.
Kodak Weekend Hour, 1932 Apr.-Sept.
Kodak Weekend Hour, coastal stations, 1931 Mar.-July
Kodak Weekend Hour, coastal stations, 1932 May-Sept.
Dr. Haggard, Devils--Drugs--Doctors, 1931 Jan.-1932 Jan.
Reel 132
Angelo Patri, recorded programs, 1934 May-Aug.

[WTAM, WWJ]

KPRC Houston, Tex., 1929 July-Aug.
WEAF, 1929 May-Aug.
WAAT, 1930 Apr.-June
Marley R. Sherris, 1930 Mar.-Dec.
Robert T. Colwell, 1930 Sept.-Nov.
Lewis Dean, 1930 Dec.
Marley R. Sherris, 1931-1932 Apr.
Marley R. Sherris, 1932 May-1934 July
Reel 133
Bob Howard, 1939
Tri-City Distributing Co., 1936 Apr.-May, 1938 Feb.-June
Commercials, 1938
Commercials, 1934, 1938-1939
Dr. Howard W. Haggard, 1932 Dec.-1933 May
CW Brand coffee, WTAM, WWJ, 1932
CW Brand coffee, WTAM, WWJ, 1937
Reel 134
Phil Harris Orchestra, 1933 June-1934 Dec.
Nicla Goodelle, 1935 Sept.-Dec.
Spots, 1939 May
Life and Love of Dr. Susan, 1939 Feb.-Mar.

[In this order: production sheet, as-broadcast script, original JWT script before as-broadcast changes]

Life and Love of Dr. Susan, 1939 Mar.-July
Reel 135
Life and Love of Dr. Susan, 1939 July-Nov.
Reel 136
Life and Love of Dr. Susan, 1939 Nov.-Dec.
Reel 137
Commercials, 1939
Commercials, 1934-1939 Mar.
Commercials, 1939 Apr.-Dec.
Reel 139
Spot announcements, Martha Deane, 1935-1937
Spot announcements, WTIC, WLS, WEEI, WSR, WEBC, KSTP, WGY, KDKA, WJAR, 1937
Spot announcements, 1939
Commercials, 1930 Dec.-1931 Dec.
Baltimore and Washington, 1930-1939

[incomplete series]

Program, 1936 Jan.-May
Program, 1936 May-June
Reel 140
Commercials, 1933-1934
Mary Pickford, 1935 Jan.-Mar.
Three Bakers, 1931
Commercials, 1938
Orchestra, etc., 1933 Apr.-Sept., 1934 May-Sept.
Mrs. Annie Longworth Wallingford, 1936 Feb.-May
One Man's Family, 1937 Jan.-Mar.
One Man's Family, 1937 Mar.-1938 Mar.
Reel 142
Commercials, 1937
One Man's Family, 1938 Mar.-Dec.
Reel 143
Commercials, coastal stations, 1938
Commercials, French network, 1938
Commercials, Canada, 1938
One Man's Family, 1938 Dec.
Reel 148
Commercials, Philadelphia, Providence, Washington, 1938 May-Oct.
One Man's Family, 1939
Commercials, 1939 Jan.-July
One Man's Family, 1939
Reel 149
Commercials, 1939 July-Dec.
Burns & Allen, 1932 Feb.-1933 May
Burns & Allen, 1933 May-1934 Mar.
Broadcast, 1933 Dec. 27
Broadcast, 1934 Mar.-1935 Sept.
Commercials, 1938 July-Sept.

[Incomplete; see also reel 33]

Commercials, 1938 June 3
Sports Program, 1939 Oct.-Dec.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1938 Nov.

[See also reels 107, 108]

Commercials, 1939 Nov.
Commercials, 1939 Sept.-Oct.
True or False, Dr. Harry Hagen, 1938-1939
Sports Program, A.B McGinley, WTIC, 1938 Apr.-Sept.
Bob Howard, 1938
Swing Program, 1938 Apr.-1939 Feb.
Swing Program, Bob Howard, 1939 Mar.-Oct.
Reel 154
Football Revue, 1936 May-Dec.

[Incomplete series]

Recording of 75th Anniversary Celebration at World's Fair, 1939 Aug. 18
Floyd Gibbons, 1933 Oct.-1935 June
Floyd Gibbons, 1935 June-July
Reel 155
Dramatic, 1936 Jan. 13
Institutional radio talks, 1937
Vermont Lumberjacks, 1931-1932 Mar.

[some scripts by Eleanor Norton]

Vermont Lumberjacks, coastal stations, 1931 Jan.-1932 Mar.
Spots and recordings, 1937-1938
Ida Bailey Allen, 1930 Sept.-1931 Mar.
Ida Bailey Allen, coastal stations, 1930 Sept.-1931 Mar.
Spot announcements, 1934 Oct.4
Spot announcements, 1935
Spot announcements, 1937
Spot announcements, 1937
Spot announcements, live, 1937
Spot announcements, live and recorded, 1938
Around the World with Libby, 1929 June-1930 June
The Libby Grocer, 1930 Sept.-Dec.
Ray Perkins, 1930 Oct.-1931 Mar.
Ray Perkins, 1931 Apr.-Dec.
Reel 156
The Circle, 1939 Jan.-July

[See reel 48 dramatic script for Mar. 26 and Apr. 2 broadcasts]

Howie Wing, A Saga of Aviation, WABC, 1938 Oct.

[First 10 episodes; agency was N.W. Ayer]

Howie Wing, A Saga of Aviation, WABC, 1938 Nov.-1939 May
Reel 157
Howie Wing, A Saga of Aviation, WABC, 1939 May-June
Reel 158
Commercials, 1933 Jan.-July

[Mrs. Roosevelt through Mar. 3]

Commercials, 1933 Aug.-1934 Jan.
Commercials, Maude Adams, 1934 Jan.-Mar.

[Feb. 16 and 23 missing]

Commercials, Mrs. Roosevelt, 1937 Apr.-July
Husbands and Wives, 1936 Aug.-Dec.
Husbands and Wives, 1937
Reel 159
Commercials, testimonials, 1937-1939
Pertussin Play Boys, 1930 Dec.-1931 Apr.
Frank Strutz & Orchestra, 1931 Dec.-1932 Jan.
Spot announcements, 1938, 1940
One Man's Family, 1935 Mar.-1936 June
One Man's Family, 1936 June-Dec., 1940 Jan.-July
Reel 166
One Man's Family, 1940 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 167
Fleischmann's yeast drink, Canadian commercials, 1940 Oct.-Nov., 1941 Jan.-July
Royal tapioca pudding, Commercials, 1940 Nov.-1941 Jan.
Commercials, 1941 Feb.
One Man's Family, 1941 Jan.-July
Royal Gelatin, 1941 June
One Man's Family, 1941 July-Dec.
Royal tapioca pudding, commercials, 1941 Aug.
Fleischmann's yeast, commercials, 1941 July-Aug.
One Man's Family, script, 1942 Jan.-July
commercials, 1942 Sept. 6
One Man's Family, 1942 July-Aug.
Fleischmann's yeast, commercials, 1942 Jan.-May
Royal puddings, commercials, 1942 Apr.-Sept.
Tenderleaf tea, 1942 July-Aug.
Royal Gelatin, pudding, script, 1942 July-Aug.
Canada, Vass Family, 1940 Nov. 26
I Love a Mystery, 1941 Sept. 22
Canada, 1941 Jan. 17
One Man's Family, Sales Meeting record, 1941 Aug. 27
Great Falls, Mont., one-minute announcement, 1941 Oct. 14
Canada, Vass Family, 1941 Jan. 7
Doublemint Gum, commercials, 1939 Dec.-1942 Apr.
Gene Autry program (Melody Ranch), 1942 Apr.-Dec.
Reel 170
Out of the Fog, scripts and commercials, 1941 May
Sergeant York, commercials, 1941 June-Aug.
Scripts and commercials, 1941 Oct. 24
Commercials, 1941 Nov.-1942 Jan.
Commercials, 1940 Oct.-1941 Nov.
Commercials, 1941 Oct.-Nov.
Spot announcements, 1941 Jan. 23
Commercials, 1941 Feb. 27
Br'er Rabbit molasses, commercials, 1941 Feb.-Oct.
Commercials, 1941 Apr.
Commercials, 1941 Mar.-Apr.
Commercials, 1942 July-Sept.

[See reel 201 for Nov.-Dec. 1942]

Libby McNeil & Libby, 1941 May 18
N.Y. State Assn. of Architects, So You're Going to Build, 1941 Apr. 17
Philco, John Doe American, 1941 Dec. 15
Phil Cook Show, 1941 Nov. 18
The Secret Three, 1941 Dec. 30
American magazine, American Scene, 1935 July 8
Bromo-Seltzer (Emerson Drug), 1935 June 3
White Owl cigars (General Cigar), 1935
Cutex (Northam Warren), 1935
American Tobacco (Half & Half), 1935
Johns-Manville, You Can Be Successful, 1935
Elgin, 1935
Elgin, Dale Carnegie, 1941
Shell, 1935, 1937
Jeeves, 1934 July 24
Wodehouse, memo, 1939 Aug. 2
Planter's Cocktail Peanuts, 1939 Dec.
Commercials, 1941 Dec.
Commercials, 1941 Jan.
Commercials, 1941 Dec. 26
Commercials, 1942 Jan. 6
Corn Flakes, commercials, Latin America, 1941 July 30
Commercials, 1941 May-June
Radio program, 1941
Dentu-Grip, commercials, 1942 June-July
Gold Medal capsules, commercials, 1942 July-Dec.
Commercials, 1940 Sept.
Commercials, 1939 Nov.-1940 Feb.
Bromo-Seltzer (Emerson Drug), 1940 July 19
Schick razor, 1940 July 19
Gillette blades, 1940 Aug. 8
Wrigley Doublemint gum, 1940 July 23
Bab-O, 1940 Aug. 9
Sealtest Ice Cream (Sheffield), 1940 Aug. 8
American Dairy Association, 1940 July 17
Old Gold cigarettes (Lorillard), 1940 July 19
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 1940 July 19
Script (no commercials or clients), 1940 Dec. 7
Marionette Show, Charlie McCarthy, Worlds Fair, 1940

[By Sue Hastings]

Shell Television,1940 Dec.
Name It and Claim It, 1940 Nov. 26
Script (no commercials or clients), 1940 Dec.
Script (no client), Soldier from the Wars Returning, 1940
Absorbine Jr. (Young)Meet Your Voice, 1940 Nov. 28
Script (no client), Race of Hearts, 1940
Old Gold cigarettes (Lorillard), Strictly G.I., 1940 Dec. 19
Musical Pictures, 1942 Sept. 13
Lifebuoy, 1942 Aug. 28
Aetna Life Affiliated Companies, 1942 Aug.-Sept.
Pennsylvania Anthracite, 1942 Jan. 6
John Doe American, 1942 Mar.
Life and Love of Dr. Susan, 1939 Jan.-Feb.

[Episodes 1, 2, 210]

Family Man, 1939 Jan. 9
Wayne King and Frank Luther, undated
Lux Radio Fiction Club, 1939
All This and Heaven Too, 1939

[Episodes 1, 5]

White Owl cigars, Who-Who, 1939 May 29
Lux Radio Theatre, 1941 Aug. 27
White Owl cigars, 1941 Aug. 26
Ballantine Three Ring Time, 1941 Aug., Nov.
True or False, 1941 June-Dec.
Chase & Sanborn Coffee, 1941 Aug., Dec.
Old Gold cigarettes (Lorillard), 1941 Jan.-Apr.
Columbia Network, 1941 Aug. 212
Frazier Hunt, 1941 Oct. 10
De Mille, 1941 Aug. 22
Commercials, 1941 Oct. 10
Commercials, Montana, 1941 Oct.
Vass Family, 1941 Apr. 25
Commercials, 1941 Feb.-Mar.
Commercials, 1941 Feb.
Commercials, 1940 Oct.-1941 Jan.
Script, 1941 Feb. 5
Peanut Oil and Magic Mixer, audition, 1941 May
Planter's Cocktail Peanuts, 1941 Oct.-Dec.
American Institute of Food Products, 1941 Aug.-Dec.
Band Wagon (Toronto office), 1942 Feb.
Br'er Rabbit molasses, commercials, 1942 Aug.24
Br'er Rabbit syrup, commercials, 1942 July 31
Legal and client OK's, 1942
Ward's Tip Top Bread, Terry and the Pirates, 1942 Apr. 21
White Owl cigars, 1942 Dec. 8
Coffee, 1942 Aug. 31
One Man's Family, 1942 Aug. 31
Old Gold cigarettes (Lorillard), 1942 Jan.-Apr.
Hellzapoppin, commercials, 1941 Dec.-1942 Jan.
Commercials, 1942 Jan.-Sept.
Commercials, 1942 Mar. 13

[30-second spots]

Commercials, 1942 Apr. 29
American Institute of Food Products, commercials, 1942 Jan.-Mar.
Commercials, 1942 Jan.-Aug.
Commercials, 1942 July-Dec.
Reel 172
Commercials, 1940-1943
Reel 173
Commercials, Vacuum can, 1941 Jan. 2
Spot announcements, 1940 July 11
Commercials, Washington and Baltimore, 1940 Jan.-Oct.

[Incomplete series]

Rice's School Lunch Loaf, 1940 Feb., Sept.
Commercials, 1939 Sept.-1940 Sept.
Commercials, WGY, 1940 Apr.-July
Commercials, WMCA, 1940 Aug.
News, Frazier Hunt, 1941 Sept.-Dec.
News, Elma Davis, 1942 Jan.-June

[Feb. 12 missing; see reel 174]

News, Cecil Brown, 1942 June-July
News, Cecil Brown, 1942 July-Dec.
Reel 174
Metropolitan Opera, audition, 1940 Mar. 17
Bob Howard, 1940 Jan.-Apr.
Cutex, commercials, 1939 Oct.-Dec.
Odorono, spot announcements, 1942 Oct.
Proposal for Government Messages on Commercial Network Programs, 1940 Feb. 23
Barn Dance, spot announcements, 1942 Sept. 26
Musical Pictures, 1942 Nov.
Spot announcements, 1940 Sept.-Dec.
Commercials, 1940 Oct.

[In Italian, with translations]

Commercials, 1940 Sept.-1941 Jan.
Spot announcements, 1940 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 175
Commercials, 1942

[In Spanish]

Phil Cook Show, Comics, audition, 1941
Commercials, 1941 Sept.-1942 Sept.
Audition, 1941 Dec. 23
Fred H. Ferrar (trumpet), 1939 Apr. 13
Raymond Grave Swing, 1939 Sept.-Dec.
World's Fair exhibit building recording, 1940 May 2
Spot announcements, 1940 Apr. 15
Raymond Grave Swing, 1940 Jan.-Aug.

[No broadcast Jan. 8; missing May 15, June 24-26 broadcasts]

Raymond Grave Swing, 1940 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 176
Hendrick Van Loon, 1940 Dec. 27-1941 Jan. 10
Raymond Grave Swing, 1941-1942
Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby, etc., 1940 Jan.-1941 Jan.

[No broadcast June 27 due to Republican Convention]

Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby, etc., 1941 Jan.-1942 Feb.

[Missing Feb. 5 1942 broadcast; July and August 1941 broadcasts are on reel 214]

Reel 178
Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby, etc., 1942 Jan.-Dec.

[Dec. 3 broadcast on reel 214]

Reel 179
Spot announcements, 1941 Dec. 23
Commercials, 1940 Nov.
Scott Towels, commercials, 1941 Sept.
Scott Towels, commercials, 1940 Mar.-May, 1941 Oct.-Dec.
Reel 180
Commercials, 1940 Apr.-May, Aug.-Sept.
Scripts, 1940
Shell Information Show, Five Dollar Fact, 19490 July-Sept.
Audition, 1940 Oct. 28
Shell Information Show, Five Dollar Fact, 1941 Apr.-Aug.
Shell Information Show, Five Dollar Fact, 1941 Aug.
Reel 181
Shell Comes to the Party, 1941 Aug.
X-100, commercials, 1941 May-June
Shellane, commercials, 1941 May-Aug.
Shell gasoline and motor oil, commercials, 1941 Apr.
Shell Premium, spot announcements, 1941 July
Shell Thermo-Fast Service, commercials, 1941 Sept.
One minute spot announcements,1941 Sept.-Oct.
Shell Winterizing, commercials, 1941 Oct.
Shell Football Show, commercials, 1941 Oct.-Nov.
Shell Pigskin Parade, commercials, 1941 Sept.-Nov.
Miscellaneous, commercials, 1941
Shell Bugle spots, commercials, 1940 Sept., 1941 Apr.
Shellane, commercials, 1941 Mar. 26
Shell Oil jingles, 1941 Apr. 1
X-100, Speaking of Speed, commercials, 1941 apr. 26
Williams shaving cream, True Or False program, Dr. Harry Hagen, 1940 Jan.-1942 Nov.

[No broadcasts in summer]

Williams shaving cream, True Or False program, Dr. Harry Hagen, 1942 Nov.-Dec.
Glider, Wm. Cunningham Participation program, commercials, 1940
Pearson & Allen, Washington Merry Go-Round, 1940 July-Sept.
Ted Steele, Gliding Swing program, 1940 Jan.-July
WTIC, Williams News Program, 1940-1941 Sept.
WQXR, Williams News Program, 1940-1942
Williams shaving cream, WFIL commercials, 1941 Sept. 16
Williams shaving cream, True Or False program, Dr. Harry Hagen, 1942 Nov.-Dec.
Reel 182
Glider, Wm. Cunningham Participation program, commercials, 1940

[Gift cake of Lanoline soap]

Pearson & Allen, Washington Merry Go-Round, 1940 July-Sept.
Ted Steele, Gliding Swing program, 1940 Jan.-July
WTIC, Williams News Program, 1940 Jan.-1941 Sept.

[Rota-Shaver, Aqua Velva, Glider]

WQXR, Williams News Program, 1940 Feb.-Aug., 1942 Feb.-Aug.
Williams shaving cream, WFIL commercials, 1941 Sept. 16
Glider, Walgreen Drug, commercials, 1941 Jan.-Apr.

[WIND, WENR, WGN]

WQXR, Williams News Program, commercials, 1940 Jan.-July
Aqua Velva, spot announcements, 1940 July-Aug., 1941 Jan.-Sept.
WTIC, Williams News Program, commercials, 1940 May 1-2
Latin American program, commercials, 1940 Aug.-1941 July

[In Spanish]

True Or False program, Dr. Harry Hagen, 1941 July-Sept.
Commercials, 1940 Nov. 29
Lux Radio Theatre, 1940 Jan.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1940 Jan.-Oct.

[No broadcasts in summer]

Reel 183
Lux Radio Theatre, 1941 Oct.-July

[No broadcasts in summer]

Reel 184
Lux Radio Theatre, 1941 Sept.-1942 Apr.

[No summer broadcasts; Act III of Lady Eve, Mar. 9, 1942, missing due to President's talk]

Reel 185
Lux Radio Theatre, 1942 Apr.-Dec.

[No broadcasts in summer]

Reel 186
Lux Flakes, Spot announcements, 1941 Mar.-June, 1942 Feb.
Lux Toilet Soap, Spot announcements, 1941 Mar.-Dec., 1942 Feb.
Benny Goodman, What's New?, 1941 Feb.-May
Herbert Marshall, 1941 Nov.-Dec.
Tommy Riggs, 1941 Apr.-Oct.
Four Corners USA, 1941 Feb.-Aug.
Crossroads USA, 1941 Feb. 4
Girls Trio, 1941 Feb. 3
Benny Goodman, undated
New program announcement, Four Corners USA, 1941 Feb. 4
Richard Rollmand and Gracie Benrie, Spot announcements, 1940 Dec.-1941 Nov.
WTAG, commercials, 1940 Dec.-1941 June
Benny Goodman, new program announcement, 1941 Feb. 6
Commercials, 1941 Feb. 10
Chicago WENR, 1-12, 1941 Jan. 9
New York WABC, 1-10, 1941 Mar.
New York WEAF, 1-10, 1941 Mar. 19
New York WEAF, A-M, 1941 June 30
New York WQXR, 1941 Jan. and July
Columbus, Oh. WHKC, 1940 Dec.-1941 Mar.
Good Morning in Music, 1941 Oct.-Dec.
Old Gold Sports Review with Tommy Harmon, 1941 Oct.-Dec.
Philadelphia WFIL, 1940 Dec. 27
Washington WINX, 1941 Oct. 16
Spot announcements, 1941 Nov.-Dec.
New York WHN, 1940 Dec.-1941 Oct.
Miami WKAT, 1941 Dec. 26
New York WHN, 1941
Yankee Network and WHN, Spot announcements, B1-B12, 1942 Jan. 26
WHN, Brooklyn baseball play by play, 1942 Mar.-Aug.

[See reel 210 for Mar. 12 broadcast]

WHN, Brooklyn baseball play by play, 1942 Aug.-Sept.
Reel 189
WHN, N.Y. Giants football play by play, 1942 Oct.-Dec.

[See also reels 210, 212, 214]

Commercials, 1942 Apr.-Dec.
Old Gold Sports Review with Tommy Harmon, 1942 Jan.-Mar.
Sports Roundup WISH, 1942 Oct.-1943 Jan.
Commercials, WGN Bob Elson, 1941 Jan.-Aug.

[Muriel, Van Bibber cigars, Friends pipe tobacco also mentioned in scripts]

WGN Bob Elson, Baseball play by play, 1941 Apr. 8
WGN Bob Elson, Baseball play by play, 1941 Aug.-Sept.

[Muriel cigars mentioned in scripts]

Reel 190
WGN, An Hour with Elsond Anson, 1941 Oct.
WGN Bob Elson, Old Gold Show, 1941 Oct.-1942 Apr.

[Van Bibber cigars, Friends pipe tobacco mentioned in Aug. 1 script.]

Baseball play by play, 1942 Sept.
Baseball play by play, 1943 Apr.-Aug.
WHN, WGN, WOL, WWDC, Baseball play by play, 1943 Aug.-Oct.
Reel 192
Commercials, 1943 Jan.
Old Gold program, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Aug.
Old Gold Record of the Day, commercials, 1943 Feb.-Mar.

[See reel 211 for rest]

Old Gold Sports News with Bill Stern, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Aug.

[See reel 210 for Oct. 26, 1943 through Jan. 15, 1943, and Aug. 20-Oct. 22, 1943]

Old Gold Campus News, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Mar.
Old Gold Gloom Dodgers, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Apr.
Old Gold/Fulton Lewis, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Sept.

[See also reel 211]

Old Gold/Vadeboncoeur, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Sept.

[See also reel 211]

Old Gold Sports Roundup, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Sept.
Herbert Marshall, commercials, 1942 Apr.
Marjorie Mills Participation program, 1941-1943

[Mr. Seaburgh's files]

Martha Brooks, WGY Market Basket, 1938-1943
Agnes White, KFI, California Home, 1941-1943
Listen Ladies, undated
Round Robin Review, 1941 Sept.-Nov.
Dollars and Sense,1941 Dec.
Special announcements, CNL, 1941 Sept.-Oct.
Home Forum, KDKA, 1941 Sept.-Nov.
Charmingly We Live, KEX, 1941 Oct.-Nov.

[See also reels 133, 171]

Special dealer record, 1940 Sept. 18
Spot announcements, 1940 July-Nov.
Merchandising record,1941 Jan. 27
Spot announcements, Ted Steele, 1941 Jan.-Feb.
Spot announcements, Ale, 1941 Apr.-July
Spot announcements, Beer, 1941 May 7
Spot announcements, Ale and beer for Puerto Rico, 1941 June 4

[In Spanish]

Three Ring Time, Bob Crosby, Chas. Laughton, Milton Berle, etc.1941 Sept.-1942 June
Three Ring Round Up, commercials, 1942 June-Oct.
Three Ring Round Up, scripts, 1942 Sept.-Oct.
Ballantine Ale, quart bottle, Spot announcements, 1-10 over WCAX, 1942 June
Three Ring Time, Guy Lombardi and Ogden Nash, 1943 Mar.-Sept.
Three Ring Time, Guy Lombardi and Ogden Nash, 1943 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 200
Three Ring Time, Guy Lombardi and Ogden Nash, spot announcements, 1943 Feb.-Sept.
What's New, Lou Bring, etc., 1943 Sept.-Dec.
Scott Towels, commercials, KFSD, 1941 Oct.
Scott Towels, commercials, KMOX, 1941 Dec.
Scott Towels, Homekeeper's Calendar, KOMO, 1941 Oct.-Dec.
Scott Towels, commercials, KPRC, 1941? Dec.

[And Yankees Network, WBAL, WBAP, KGKO, WBT, WCAD, WFLA, WGAR, WGY, WJAX, WJR, WJZ, WLS, WLW, WSYR, WWL, WIDD]

Lux Radio Theatre, 1943 Jan.-May

[See also reels 31, 35, 102-110, 134-137, 153, 171, 182]

Lux Radio Theatre, 1943 May-July, Sept.-Dec.

[Nov. 8 broadcast missing]

Reel 201
Lux test commercials,1943 June 23
Aunt Jenny Hitchhikes, 1943 July-Aug.
Eight Legal Governments of Invaded Europe: What They Are Doing To Defeat Hitler and Establish Peace, 1943
Norway, 1943
Yugoslavia, 1943
Major Gen. Alexander Archer Vandergrift, 1943 Mar. 12
Writers' War Board, Good Company, 1943
You And Your Dog (Defense Dog), 1943
Spot announcements, 1943 Mar.-June
Army and Navy award program, Life for the Wounded, 1943 Mar. 24
California Carry On, 1943 Sept.-Dec.
Boys Clubs of America, Herbert Hoover, Lt. Gen. Thomas Holcomb, USMC, 1943 May
Spot announcements, 1942 Nov.-Dec.

[See also reel 170]

Spot announcements, 1943 Jan.-Sept.
Flesh and Fantasy, commercials, 1943 Oct.

[See also reels 33, 171]

Spot announcements, 1943 June-Dec.
Keepsakes, 1943 Sept. 19
Keepsakes, 1943 Sept. 19
Reel 202
Shell Ground Crew Service, spot announcements, 1942 Mar. 13
Sunset Valley Barn Dance, commercials, 1942 Apr.-July
Spotlight on Sports, commercials, 1943 Oct.-Nov.

[See also reels 170-173]

WRC peanuts, commercials, 1943 Nov.-Dec.
WTIC peanuts, commercials, 1943 Nov.-Dec.
WEAF peanut butter, commercials, 1943 Nov.-Dec.

[Includes Tenderleaf tea Sept. 1942-Dec. 1943; Stams May-Dec. 1943]

Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1941

[No broadcasts July-Aug.; see also reels 93-98]

Abbott & Costello, 1941 Apr.
Spot announcements, 1941, 1943
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1942 Jan.-May
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1942 May-Dec.

[No broadcasts July-Aug., or Dec. 27]

Reel 203
Don Ameche, 1942 Sept.-Dec.
Abbott & Costello, 1941 Apr.-June
E Award program, 1943 Jan.-Aug.
Paul Whiteman, 1943 June-Aug.
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1943 Sept.-Dec.
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, 1943 Dec.
Reel 204
Fleischmann Yeast, Bakers of America, 1943 Dec. 21
Audition script, 1943 Sept.
Tenderleaf Tea, 1943 Sept.-Dec.
Royal Gelatin/desserts, 1943 Sept.-Dec.
Dramatized spots, 1-12, 1943 Mar.
Maine spots 31-43, 1943 June 16
Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby, etc., 1943 Jan.-Aug.

[Missing Nov.-Dec. 23--see reel 214 for missing broadcasts; missing July 1, 1943]

Homefront Matinee, 1943 Nov.-Dec.

[Missing Nov. 15, 25, Dec. 15; Dec. 15 broadcast on reel 259]

Gold Medal capsules, commercials, 1942 May-Aug.
Dentu-Grip commercials, 1942 Sept.-Nov.
Gold Medal capsules, Dentu-Grip, commercials, 1942 May
Gold Medal capsules, commercials, 1943 Jan.-Sept.
Dentu-Grip commercials, 1943 June-Nov.
Gold Medal capsules, Dentu-Grip, commercials, 1943 Mar. 25
Dentu-Grip commercials, 1944 Jan.-Apr.
Gold Medal capsules, commercials, 1944 Mar.-July
Commercials, 1941 Oct.-1942 Jan.
Commercials, 1941 Oct.-1942 Jan.
Reel 206
News, Elma Davis, 1942 Feb. 12

[See also reel 173]

News, Cecil Brown, 1943 Jan.-Sept.
News, Bill Henry, 1943 Sept.-Dec.
News, Cecil Brown, 1942 Dec. 23

[See reel 174 for rest of 1942]

[See also reels 170, 171, 175]

Audition (Tip Top Bread), spot announcements, 1943 June 21
Spot announcements, Tip Top Bread, 1943 July 16
Commercials, Enriched Tip Top Bread, Terry and the Pirates, 1942 Apr.-Sept.
Commercials, Enriched Tip Top Bread, Judy and Jane, 1943 Jan.-Mar.
Commercials, Enriched Tip Top Bread, Judy and Jane, 1943 Mar.-July
Reel 207
Spot announcements, 1943 June 21
Glider, Aqua Velva, commercials, 1942 Jan.-Sept., 1943 Mar.-Sept.
True Or False program, Dr. Harry Hagen, 1943 Jan.-June
Glider, Aqua Velva, Nero Wolf, 1943 Apr.-Sept.
Frank Sinatra, commercials, 1943 Dec.
Wm. L. Shirer, 1943 Dec.
Gene Autry Show, 1941 Jan.-Aug.

[See also reels 169-171; see reel 169 for Feb. 23 broadcast]

Gene Autry Show, 1941 Aug.-Dec.

[Missing Oct. 5, Nov. 9 broadcasts; see reels 169-170 for 1942 shows]

Reel 208
Gene Autry Show, 1943 Jan.-Aug.
Raymond Clapper, commercials, London and Algeria broadcasts, 1943

[See also reels 149, 150, 153, 170, 171, 175, 176]

Commercials, 1943 Jan.-May
Commercials, 1942 Aug.-1943 Oct.

[See also reels 170, 201]

Herbert Marshall, 1942 Jan.-Apr.
Nelson Eddy, 1942 Apr.-Nov.
Nelson Eddy, 1942 Dec.-1943 Jan.
Reel 210
Sammy Kaye and program, 1943
Bob Crosby and program, 1943 July-Dec.

[See reel 214 for 1944]

Campus News, commercials, 1942 Oct.
Spot announcements, 1942 Jan.-Aug.

[See also reel 188]

N.Y. Giants football, 1943 Oct.-Dec.
Commercials, Sports News with Bill Stern, 1942Oct.-1973 Jan., 1943 Aug.-Dec.

[See reel 192 for 1943 Jan. 15-Aug. 27

Campus News, 1942 Oct.-1943 Jan.

[See reel 192 for 1943 Jan.-Mar.]

Gloom Dodgers, 1942 Nov.-Dec.

[See reel 192 for 1943 Jan.-Apr.

commercials, 1942 Dec.-1943 Jan.
as broadcast, 1943 Mar. 8
commercials, 1943 Dec.-1944 June
Commercials, Sammy Kaye and program, Record of the Day, 1943 Jan.-May

[Last week of April missing]

Spot announcements, 1942-1944

[Incomplete series]

WHN Newsreel, 1942-1944

[Incomplete series]

Fulton Lewis, 1942-1944
Vadenboncoeur, WSYR news, 1943-1944
Vadenboncoeur, WSYR news, 1944 Aug.-Nov.
Reel 212
Red Barber, Gloom Dodgers, 1942 Nov.-1943 Jan.
Commercials, Racing News, Clem McCarthy, 1944 Oct.-Nov.
N.Y. Giants football play by play, 1943 Oct.-Dec.

[See also reel 210]

Commercials, 1944 Oct.-Nov.
Sports Round Up, 1943 Sept.-1944 Nov.

[Week of May 8 missing; see also reels 189, 192]

Brooklyn baseball play by play, 1943 Apr.-July

[Brigg's Pipe Mixture also mentioned]

Brooklyn baseball play by play, 1943 July-Oct., 1944 Mar.-Aug.

[Brigg's Pipe Mixture also mentioned]

Reel 213
Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby, etc., 1941 July-1943 Dec.

[See also reels 178, 179, 204]

Brooklyn baseball, 1944 Aug.-Oct.
N.Y. Giants football, 1944 Oct.-Dec.
Bob Crosby, Les Tremayne, 1944 Jan.-June

[See also reel 210 for 1943 broadcasts]

Andy Russell, Les Tremayne, etc., 1944 July
Andy Russell, Les Tremayne, etc., 1944 aug.-Oct.

[Edgar Bergen guest on Aug. 13]

Reel 215
Commercials, 1943 World Series, 1943
Allan Jones, Frankie Carle, etc., 1944 Apr.-Oct.
Sammy Kaye and program, 1944 Jan.-Mar.

[Two pages missing from Mar. 8 broadcast; see reel 243 for Feb. 16 broadcast]

Commercials, 1944 Jan.-Feb.
Commercials, 1944 Oct. 5
Edgar Bergen, Kate Smith, etc., 1944 Oct. 24
Buxton, Schenectady production, 1944 Apr. 19
Planter's, The Peanut is a Serious Guy, 1944 May 24

[See reels 170-171 for other auditions]

John Kuhne's script, 1944 Sept. 18
Double Destiny, 1944 Dec. 27
Four Corners USA, 1944 Dec. 30
The Frank Sinatra program, 1944 July 6
King's Row, 1944 July 6-11
Commercials, 1944 Apr.
Commercials, 1944 June, Dec.
Commercials, 1944 Dec. 28
Commercials, 1944 July
Commercials, 1944 June
Womanpower, 1944 May

[See also reels 133, 171, 199, 201]

Broadway Showtime, 1944
Broadway Showtime, commercials, 1943 Dec. 27

[No broadcast June 12, Nov. 6; Sept. 18 broadcast never received]

Sunday Night Salute, 1944 Jan.-Mar.

[See also reel 201]

[See also reels 154, 170]

Adventures of Nero Wolfe, 1944 Jan.-May 12

[Jan. 21 (#1) and June 30 (#24) never received from Chicago; Nero Wolfe also on J.B. Williams Co. program Apr.7-Sept. 27, 1943 (reel 207)]

Adventures of Nero Wolfe, 1944 May 19-July 14
Reel 235
Stars of the Future, 1944 Dec.

[See also reel 215]

Gold Medal Capsules, spot announcements, 1944 Apr. 16

[See also reels 171, 205]

Bill Henry News, 1944

[No broadcast July 11-21; see also reels 154-155, 170-171, 173-175, 206]

[See also reels 120-125, 127, 170, 177-179, 204-205, 214]

Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby, 1944 Jan.-Aug.

[Missing Apr. 13, May 11, Oct. 26 broadcasts]

Kraft Music Hall, Bing Crosby, 1944 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 236

[See also reels 31, 35, 102-110, 134-137, 153, 171, 182-186, 200-201, 215]

Hitch Hike--Aunt Jenny1944 Jan. 3
Lux Radio Theatre, 1944 Jan.-July 3, Sept.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1944 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 237
Hitch Hike--Bright Horizons, 1944 Jan. 3
Frank Sinatra Program, 1944 Jan.-June, Aug-Dec.

[Missing Sept. 20, Oct. 4 broadcasts]

Mentholatum Mountaineers, 1944 Oct.-Dec.

[See reel 174 for spots]

[See also reel 205]

Broadway Matinee, 1944 Jan.
Broadway Matinee, 1944 Jan.-July

[No broadcast on June 6 (D Day); see reel 259 for Apr. 7 and 14 broadcasts]

Reel 238
Broadway Matinee, 1944 July-Aug.
Reel 239
Broadway Matinee, Fred Waring, 1944 Sept.-Dec.

[See also reel 210, 215]

What's New, 1944 Jan.-Feb.
The Music America Loves Best, 1944 Mar.-Dec.

[Missing Oct. 15 broadcast]

Chase & Sanborn, Edgar Bergen1944 Jan.-June

[See also reels 93-99, 171, 202-204]

Chase & Sanborn, Gracie Fields, 1944 June-Aug.
Chase & Sanborn, Edgar Bergen1944 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 240
Tenderleaf tea, Fleischmann's yeast, Mary Marlin, 1944 Jan.-May 5

[No broadcasts on June 6 (D Day), July 21]

Tenderleaf tea, Fleischmann's yeast, Mary Marlin, 1944 May-Nov.
Reel 241
Tenderleaf tea, Fleischmann's yeast, Mary Marlin, 1944 Nov.-Dec.
Reel 242

[See also reels 149-153, 170-171, 175-176, 208, 215]

News, Henry Gladstone, 1944 Jan.-1945 Jan.

[No broadcasts Mar. 23-June 12, 15; Sept. 21, Oct. 5 and 12, Nov. 2 and 6]

Glider, Aqua Velva, William L. Shirer News, commercials, 1944 Jan.-Nov.

[Missing Mar. 19]

William L. Shirer News, commercials, 1944 Nov.-Dec.
Reel 243
Latin American program, WLWO, commercials, 1941 July-1942 aug.

[In Spanish; see also reel 182]

Commercials, NBC, 1942 Jan.-July
Commercials, WEAF, 15 minute program, 1942 Mar.-Apr.
Commercials, WRC, Bruckhage News, 1942 Mar.
Commercials, WJSV, 15 minute program, 1942 Apr. 3
Commercials, WJSV, 1 minute, 1942 Jan.
Commercials, Westinghouse stations, Philadelphia, 15 minute program, 1942 Mar.
Commercials, WTIC, 15 minute program, 1941 Oct.-1942 Mar.
Commercials, WJAX, 5 minute, 1941 Dec.-1942 Mar.
Commercials, WFLA, 5 minute, 1941 Dec.-1942 Mar.
Commercials, WIOD, 5 minute, 1941 Nov.-Dec.
Commercials, WIOD, 15 minute program, 1941 Dec.-1942 Mar.
Sammy Kaye, 1944 Feb. 16

[See reel 215 for rest of broadcast]

Nordic Fish, WWSW, 1931 Dec.-1932 Mar.
WEAF, 1932 Oct.-Dec.
Boston, 1932 Oct.-Nov.
Frank Stretz and Orchestra, Spot announcements, KMBC, 1932 Jan.-Mar.
The Libby Adventure Hour, 1934 Oct. 1

[See also reels 155, 156, 170]

Commercials, 1934

[See also reel 12]

Bromo-Seltzer, Granlund and His Girls, 1935 July-1936 Jan.

[Many missing]

Spot announcements, 1936 Feb.-1938 Apr.

[Incomplete series]

Commercials, Donald Dickenson's program, 1938 Apr.-June

[Many missing]

Ray Perkins, 1932 Jan.-May

[See also reels 9, 10]

[See also reels 28-30, 139, 158-159, 171, 201]

Afternoon Tea, commercials, 1930 Dec.
Leo Reisman and Orchestra, 1932

[See also reels 11, 12]

Len Joy and Orchestra, Nestlé Chocolateers, 1932 Jan.-Sept.
Phil Spitalnyd and Orchestra, Nestlé Chocolateers, 1932 Oct.-Dec.
Commercials, 1941 Dec.-1942 Apr.

[See also reels 159, 170, 174]

Good Morning in Music, commercials, WJR, 1941 Oct.-1942 Jan.

[See also reel 188]

Tommy Harmon Sports Review, commercials, WJR, 1941 Oct.-1942 Mar.
Spot announcements, Royal Gelatin/desserts, KFBB, 1941 Dec.-1942 Apr.
Spot announcements, Tenderleaf Tea, KFBB, 1941 Oct.-1942 Apr.

[Incomplete series]

Fleischmann Yeast, Rudy Vallee, 1930 Nov.-1931 Dec.

[See also reels 20-25]

Baltimore Fleischmann's Yeast Hour, 1931 Jan.-Sept.

[Missing Apr. 4, 11, 18, July 25]

Peggy Winthrop, 1931 Oct.-Nov.

[See also reels 102, 103; many broadcasts missing]

V.E. Meadows Beauty School, Lux Toilet Soap, no. 1-13, 1931 Aug.-Oct.

[See reel 259 for Feb. 28 script]

Spot announcements, Lux Toilet Soap, 1942 Feb.-May
Enriched Tip Top Bread, Spot announcements, 1943 Jan.-Apr.
Enriched Tip Top Bread, Spot announcements, 1943 Jan.-Apr.

[Many missing]

Reel 245
Marjorie Mills, N.E. Network, 1942 Dec.-1943 Feb.

[Incomplete series]

Closing, 1943 Oct.-Dec.
Spot announcements, 1943 Sept.-1945 Mar.
Chain Breaks, commercials, 1943 July-Sept.
Spot announcements, 1943 July-1945 Mar.
WWJ, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
KMOX, 1944 Aug.-Dec.
KFBI, 1944 Aug.-Dec.
WOOD, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WFBM, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WISN, 1944 Aug.-Sept.
KRNT, 1943 Nov.-1945 Jan.
WJR, 1943 July-1944 Mar.
WTAM, 1943 July-1944 Mar.
KDKA, 1943 July-1944 Mar.
WCAU, 1943 July-1944 Sept.
WTAR, 1944 Aug.-Dec.
WSIX, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WSB, 1943 July-1944 Mar.
WBT, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WCSC, 1943 July-1944 Mar.
WTMA, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WSB, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WMOB, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WDSU, 1944 July-Sept.
Texas State Network, 1943 July-1944 Mar.
KTUL, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
KMBC, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
KTAR, 1944 Nov.-1945 Jan.
KSL, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
KOA, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
WJAS, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WGR, 1944 Jan.-1945 Jan.
KYW, 1944 Feb.-1945 Apr.
WCKY, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WGAR, 1944 Aug.-Oct.
WGAR, 1944 Oct.-1945 Jan.
Reel 247
Spot announcements, 1944 July-1945 Feb.
WCTN, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WCFL, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WGN, 1944 Aug.-Nov.
WMAQ, 1943 Aug.-1944 Mar.
WOR, 1943 June-1945 Jan.

[Apr. 7-July 30 missing]

WHBQ, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WSMB, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
WQAM, 1945 Jan.
Pacific Blue Network, 15 minutes, News program, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
Pacific Blue Network, 15 minutes, What's Doing Ladies?, 1944 June-1945 Jan.
Texas Quality Network, Early Birds, 1944 July-1945 Jan.
WRNL Mail Bag Program, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WAPI Hayloft Jamboree, 1944 Aug.-1945 Jan.
WLW Victory Girl program, 1943 June-1944 May
10 minute news program, WSGN, 1943 July-1944 Feb.
Auditions, Lux Soap Revue, 1930
V.E. Meadows Beauty School, 1931 July 28

[See reel 244 for May 4-Oct. 21 scripts]

Broadway Matinee, 1943-1944

[See reels 205, 237-239 for rest of scripts; no broadcast on June 6, 1944--D-Day]

Commercials, WSGN, 1944 Jan.-Mar.
Iowa Barn Dance Frolic, WHO, 1943 Aug.-Nov.
Commercials, WHO, 1943 July-1944 May
Commercials, station breaks, 1942, 1945
Commercials, station breaks, 1945
Reel 260
Commercials, station breaks, 1945
Reel 261
Commercials, station breaks, 1943 Nov.-1945
Commercials, station breaks, 1945
Reel 262
Mary Marlin, 1943 Sept.-1945 Apr.
Pond's creams, 1943 July-1944 June
Commercials, 1945 Jan.-Mar.
Commercials, 1942 Dec. 21-22
Vimms, 1944 Mar.
Commercials, 1943 May-1944 Jan.
Commercials, 1944 Jan.-1945 Oct.
Reel 263
Commercials, 1945 Oct.-Dec.
Reel 264
Br'er Rabbit, syrup and molasses, 1945
Glider, WTIC, 1943 Sept.-1945 Dec.
Glider, Wm. L. Shirer, 1943 Dec.-1945 Dec.

[Many dates missing]

Glider, WQXR, 1943 Sept.-Dec.
Glider, WQXR, 1944 Jan.-June
Reel 265
Aunt Hannah's Enriched Bread, 1943 Apr.-1944 Dec.
Judy & Jane, 1943 Jan.-July
Spot announcements, 1943-1944
Various stations, 1943-1944
Various stations, 1943-1944
Reel 266
WENR, 1944 Apr.-1945 May
WTRY, 1944 Oct.-1945 May
WNAB, 1944 May-1945 May
WJZ, 1944 Apr.-1945 May
WNBC, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WCOL, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WXYZ, 1944 Oct.-1945 May
KXOK, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
KQV, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WWVA, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WAGE, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WFIL, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WORC, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WKIP, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WLEU, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WICI, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WHDH, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WHOT, 1944 Oct.-1945 Mar.
WHOT, 1945 Apr.-May
Reel 267
WSGN, 1945 Feb.-May
WFMJ, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WJHP, 1944 Oct.-1945 May
WFIL, 1945 May
WJW, 1944 Sept.-1945 May
WORC, 1945 May-Aug.
WLEU, 1945 May-Aug.
WAGE, 1945 May-Aug.
WENR, 1945 May-Aug.
WTRY, 1945 May-Aug.
WFMJ, 1945 May
WSGN, 1945 May-July
WXYZ, 1943 May-1944 Dec.
WBNS, 1943 May-1944 May
WSBC, 1944
WSBT, 1943 Oct.-1944 Dec.
WITH, 1943 May-1944 Dec.
WGES, 1944 Sept.-Dec.

[Polish Dinner Bell, Mrs. Emily Rewicx]

WNAC, 5 minute, 1944 Feb.-Dec.
WNLC, 5 minute, 1944 Feb.-Dec.
WWNY, 5 minute, 1943 Dec.-1944 Dec.
WKBN, 5 minute, 1943 Dec.-1944 Jan.
WKBN, 5 minute, 1944 Jan.-1944 Dec.
Reel 268
WFMJ, 5 minute, 1943 Dec.-1944 Dec.
WFBR, 5 minute, 1944 Jan.-Dec.
WGES, 15 minute, 1944 Jan.-May

[Polish Dinner Bell, Mrs. Emily Rewicx]

WOR, 15 minute, 1943 Sept.-1944 Dec.
WBBM, 1944 May-Dec.
WJR , 10 minute, 1943 Oct.-1944 July
KMOX, 1943 June-Sept.
KMOX, WJAX, 1943 Sept.-1944 Dec.
WFBR, 1943 Dec.-1944 Feb.
WFBR, 15 minute, 1944 Feb.-1944 Dec.
Reel 269
WAPI, 15 minute, 1943 Dec.-1944 Dec.
KSD, 15 minute, 1943 June-1944 May
WGN, 15 minute, 1944 Apr.-Oct.
WBNS, 15 minute, 1943 Dec.-1944 July
WABC, 15 minute, 1943 Dec.-1944 June
WJW, 15 minute, 1943 Dec.-1944 Dec.
WCBM, 15 minute, 1943 Oct.-1944 Dec.
WMBR, 15 minute, 1944 Oct.-Dec.
WWJ, 15 minute, 1944 Dec.-1945 Feb.
WHKC, 30 minute, 1944 Aug.-Dec.
WNAC, 5 minute, 1945 Jan.-Feb.
WCAO, 5 minute, 1946 Oct.-Dec.
Reel 270
WNLC, 5 minute, 1945
WKBN, 5 minute, 1945
WFMJ, 5 minute, 1945
WWNY, 5 minute, 1945
WMBR, 10 minute, 1945 Jan.-June
KDKA, 10 minute, 1945 Jan.-June
WDEV, 1945 July-Dec.
WOR, 15 minute, 1945
WWJ, 15 minute, 1944 Feb.-1945 June

[Dates missing]

WFBR, 5 minute, 1945 Jan.-1946 May
WFBR, 15 minute, 1945 Jan.-1946 May
WJW, 15 minute, 1945 Jan.-June
WIBG, 15 minute, 1945 Oct.-Dec.
WBBM, 15 minute, 1945 Jan.-Aug.
KMOX, 15 minute, 1945 Jan.-Aug.
WGES, 15 minute, 1945
WAPI, 15 minute, 1945
WXYZ, 15 minute, 1945 Jan.-July
WCBM, 15 minute, 1945 Jan.-Mar.
WITH, 15 minute, 1945 jan.-1946 Jan.
WSBC, 15 minute, 1945
WJAX, 15 minute, 1945
WSBT, 15 minute, 1945
WHKC, 15 minute, 1945
WWSW, Aunt Hannah, 1945 Jan.-Oct.
The Ballantine Show, 1945 Jan.-Sept.
His Honor, The Barber, 1945 oct.-Dec.
Commercials, 1945 Apr. 12
Milena Miller, 1945 Apr. 18
Commercials, 1945 Jan.-1946 Apr.
Ford promotion spots, 1945 Sept. 15
Stars of the Future, 1945
Frances Greer, 1945 Apr.-June
Earl Wilson Show, 1945 Jan.-Mar.
Earl Wilson Show, 1945 Mar.-July
Reel 276
Bill Henry News, 1945

[Missing Jan. 1, Dec. 20 broadcasts]

Show, 1945

[No broadcast Apr. 12]

Bing Crosby, 1945 Jan.-June
Edward Everett Hale, 1945 July-Sept.
Frank Morgan, 1945 Oct.-Dec.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1945 Jan.-Feb.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1945 Feb.-Dec.
Reel 277
Lux Radio Theatre, 1945 Dec. 17-31
Reel 278
Vimms, Deal spots, 1944 Feb.-Mar.

[See also reel 237]

Vimms, Deal live copy, 1944 Feb.-Mar.
Vimms, Deal Hitch-Hikes, 1944 Jan.-Feb.
Vimms, Bright Horizons--Frank Sinatra, 1944 Jan.-Oct.
Recorded spots, 1944 Nov. 13
Mentholatum Mountaineers, 1945 Mar.-1946 Jan.
Fred Waring, 1945 Jan.-May

[See reel 308 for Jan. 1 broadcast]

Selecciones (Spanish edition), 1945 July 31
Commercials, 1944 Oct. 15

[See reel 239 for rest of year]

Tommy Dorsey, 1945 Jan.-Nov.
Raymond Paige, A Battle of Music, 1945 Dec.
Fresh Up Show, 1945 Apr.-Dec.
Promotion spots, 1945 Aug. 15
Dealer spots, 1945 Aug.-Nov.
Skol, Skat spots, 1945 Mar.-May
Reel 279
Chase & Sanborn, Edgar Bergen, 1945
Chase & Sanborn, Francis Langford, 1945 June-Aug.
Tenderleaf Tea, spot announcements, 1941 Jan.
Tenderleaf Tea, Tommy Dorsey, 1945 June-Sept.

[See reel 343 for June 10]

Tenderleaf Tea, Fred Allen, 1945 Oct.-Dec.
Tenderleaf Tea, Fred Allen, 1945 Dec.
Reel 280
Fleischmann's, Royal, Mary Marlin, 1945 Jan.-Apr.
Fleischmann's, Royal, One Man's Family, 1945 Jan.-June
Fleischmann's, Royal, One Man's Family, 1945 June-Dec.
Reel 281
Fleischmann's, Royal, spot announcements, 1945 July 31
Commercials, 1945 Feb. 11

[See reel 278 for rest of broadcasts]

This is Helen Hayes, 1945 Feb.-July
Textron Theatre, 1945 Sept.-Dec.

[See reel 283 for Sept. 29]

Sales meeting (not to be broadcast), 1945 Jan. 30
Tennessee Jed, 1945

[Through episode 17]

Tennessee Jed, 1945

[Episodes 18-on; missing episodes 31-34]

Reel 282
Textron Theatre, 1945 Sept. 29
Wm. L. Shirer, news, 1945
Commercials, 1945
Talks, 1945 Jan.-Aug.
Happy Endings, sample radio script by John A. Carter, 1946 Jan. 14
Commercials, 1946 Jan. 15
Commercials, 1946 Apr. 19
His Honor the Barber, Barry Fitzgerald, 1946 Jan.-Apr.
Commercials, 1946 Aug. 21
Spot announcements, 1946 Feb.-Dec.
Commercials, 1946
Bob Crosby Show, 1946 Jan.-July
The Ford Show, 1946 Sept.-Dec.
Bill Henry News, 1946
Spot announcements, 1946 Nov. 12
Kraft Music Hall, 1946

[Missing Sept. 26]

Your Neighbor Lady, commercials, 1946 Oct.-Dec.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1946 Mar.-Dec.

[No summer broadcasts; see reel 309 for first 3 pages of Mar. 11 broadcast]

The Ford Show, 1946 Dec.
Ford dealer spots, 1946 Oct. 29-31
Recorded spots, 1946
Mentholatum Mountaineers, 1946 Jan.
Mentholatum Mountaineers, 1946 Jan.-Feb.
Reel 308
The Northerners, #788, 1946 Nov. 6
Fred Waring, 1945 Jan. 4

[See reel 278 for rest of program]

Information Please, 1941 Oct.-Dec.
Br'er Rabbit molasses, 1946 Jan.-Apr.
15-Minute News, 1946
Fresh deodorant, spots, 1946 May 17
Fresh Up Show, 1946 Jan.-June
Dealer spots, 1946 Feb.-Apr.
Fleischmann's, Royal, One Man's Family, 1946
Spot announcements, 1945 Oct.-1946 Feb.
Edgar Bergen, 1946

[No summer broadcasts]

Alec Templeton, 1946 June-Aug.

[Summer substitute for Edgar Bergen]

Fred Allen, 1946

[No summer broadcasts]

Tommy Dorsey, 1946 June-Aug.

[Summer substitute for Fred Allen]

Tommy Dorsey, 1946 Aug.-Sept.
Reel 311
Television shows, Hour Glass, 1946 May-Dec.

[No broadcast Sept. 26, Nov. 21]

Television shows, Face to Face, commercials, 1946 June-Dec.
Aunt Hannah's Bread, spots, 1945 Jan.
Spot announcements, 1946
Reel 312
Tennessee Jed, 1946 Jan.-Aug.
Tennessee Jed, 1946 Aug.-Dec.

[Missing Aug. 20; no broadcast Aug. 21-22]

Reel 313
Tennessee Jed, auditions, 1946 Nov.-Dec.
Yankees baseball, 1946 Mar.-July
Yankees baseball, 1946 July-Sept.
Reel 314
CBS News, Wm. L. Shirer, commercials, 1946
CBS News, KFH, WINR, WHP, WGBF, commercials, 1946 Sept.-Dec.
CBS News, WTIC, commercials, 1946
Shell Show, 1934 Jan.-1935 Mar.

[California Office; missing Jan. 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12, 1934]

Shell Show, 1935 Mar.-Apr.

[California Office]

Reel 342
Pictures and press notices, 1937-1939

[California Office]

Alexander Woollcott, Town Crier, 1935 Oct. 6

[California Office; see reel 7 for more]

Grenlund and His Girls, 1935 Aug. 20

[California Office; see reel 244 for more]

Harriet Parsons, 1938 Jan.-Mar.

[California Office; missing Jan. 12]

Fleischmann's, Royal, Rudy Vallee, 1938-1939

[California Office]

In the Dark, S. Eilers and N. Eddy, 1937 Oct. 3

[California Office]

Mr. Jonas Changes His Mind, Edward Arnold, 1938 July 29

[California Office]

Current list of radio programs in London, 1937

[London Office]

Horlick's Picture Show, 1937-1938

[London Office; programs 163-164]

Tenderleaf Tea, Tommy Dorsey, 1945 June 10

[California Office; see reel 279 for rest]

Royal Gelatin, auditions, Bertrice Lillie, 1945

[California Office]

Tenderleaf Tea, One Man's Family, undated

[California Office]

Lux Radio Theatre, 1934 Nov.

[California Office; see reel 103 for more]

Lux Radio Theatre, The Men Without a Country, 1934 Feb. 22

[California Office]

Lux Toilet Soap Movie Club, 1938

[London Office; programs 41-59]

[California Office]

Kraft Music Hall, 1936 June

[California Office; see reel 122 for more]

Bing Crosby, pictures and press notices, circa 1933

[California Office]

Kraft Miracle Whip, article, 1933

[California Office]

Speech by Gen. G.S. Patton, Jr., 1942 Oct. 28

[California Office]

Parkay margarine, The Great Gildersleeve, 1941 Sept.-Oct.

[California Office]

Commercials, 1942 Jan.-June

[California Office]

Kraft Mayonnaise, commercials, 1942 Jan.-June

[California Office]

Sealtest, National Dairy Association, Rudy Vallee, 1942-1943

[California Office; Includes photograph of Vallee's dummy Sally Ann]

Sealtest, National Dairy Association, Sealtest Village Store Program, Jack Haley, Dennis Day, 1943 July-Nov.

[California Office]

Sealtest, National Dairy Association, commercials, 1942 May.-1943 Dec.

[California Office]

Herbert Marshall, 1942 Apr. 24

[California Office; see reel 209 for more]

Grace Moore and Vincent Lopez, 1937 May-June

[California Office]

Commercials, 1942

[California Office]

Dr. West Celebrity Night, 1936 Apr.-May

[California Office]

Burns & Allen, 1931-1933

[California Office]

Textron Theatre, Helen Hayes. 1946 Jan.-Mar.
My True Story, 1947

[Starts with episode 708]

My True Story, 1947 June-Oct.

[Starts with episode 823]

Reel 355
My True Story, 1947 Oct.-Nov.

[Starts with episode 918]

Reel 356
Monitor Reports, 1946 Jan.-Apr.
My True Story, 1946 Apr.-Aug., Oct.

[Starts with episode 513; continued from reel 346]

Reel 357
My True Story, 1946 Aug.-Dec.

[Starts with episode 608; see reel 360 for Aug. 14 and first 5 pages of aug. 15 broadcasts]

Reel 358
One Man's Family, 1947

[See reel 361 for Feb. 9 broadcast]

Commercials, 1947 Jan.-Nov.
My True Story, 1946 aug. 14-15
One Man's Family, 1947
Commercials, 1947 Nov.-Dec.
Fred Allen Show, 1947
Commercials, 1947
Chase & Sanborn, commercials, 1947
Commercials, 1947 Jan.-Apr., Oct.-1948 Jan.
Commercials, 1947 Nov.
Commercials, 1947 July-Sept.
Br'er Rabbit, commercials, 1947 Sept.-Dec.
Commercials, 1947 June-Dec.

[In Spanish]

Chase & Sanborn, Edgar Bergen, 1947 Jan.-May, Sept.-Dec.
Chase & Sanborn, Alex Templeton, 1947 June-Aug.
Information Please, commercials, 1947 Jan.-June

[No broadcast Mar. 5]

Who's for Who in America, special broadcast, 1947 Nov. 18
Jitters in Geneva (by Welbourn Kelley), audition, 1945 Sept. 29
Seven-Up Show, Barney Grant, audition, 1945 Feb. 6
Quentin Reynolds and Bennett Cerf, audition, 1945 May 7
Eddie Mayehoff Looks at the News, audition, 1947 Apr. 1
One Man's Family, 1947 Feb. 9

[See reels 359-360 for rest of year]

The Ford Show, Dinah Shore, 1947 Jan.-Mar.
The Ford Show, Dinah Shore, 1947 Apr.-June
Reel 362
Commercials, 1947
Bill Henry News, 1947
Music America Loves Best, 1947

[Missing Oct. 19]

Commercials, WTIC, 1947 Jan.-July
Commercials, WTIC, 1947 Aug.-Oct.
Reel 363
Eddy Duchin, 1947 Jan.-June
Nelson Eddy, 1947 July-Sept.
Al Jolson, 1947 Oct.-Dec.
Kraft Television Theatre, 1947 May 7-June 25

[Through second act of June 25, I Like It Here]

Kraft Television Theatre, 1947 June 25-Nov. 12

[Through second act of Nov. 12, Ladies in Retirement]

Reel 364
Kraft Television Theatre, 1947 Nov. 12-Dec.

[From third act of Nov. 12, Ladies in Retirement]

Reel 365
Face to Face, 1947 Jan.
Hour Glass, 1947 Jan.-Mar.
Dancing on Air, 1947 Feb.-Mar.
William L. Shirer News, 1947 Jan.-Mar.
Commercials, 1947 Jan.-Aug.
Commercials, 1947
Scott & Grauer television show, 1947 Oct.-Dec.
Dinty's 3-Ring Sports Dugout, 1947 Aug.-1948 Jan.
Yankee Baseball, 1947 Mar.-May
Yankee Baseball, 1947 May-Sept.
Reel 366
Yankee Football, 1947 Oct.-Dec.
Commercials, 1947
Commercials, baseball, 1947 Apr.
International Cigar, 1945 Oct. 24
Yankee Baseball, commercials, 1947 Apr.-July
Yankee Baseball, commercials, 1947 July-Sept.
Reel 367
White Owl Sports Smoker, 1947 Oct.-Dec.
Lux Radio Theatre, 1947 Jan.-June, Aug.-Sept.

[Through second act of Sept. 15, The Seventh Veil]

Lux Radio Theatre, 1947 Sept. 15-Dec.

[From third act of Sept. 15, The Seventh Veil]

Reel 368
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, CBS Biography, 1949 Feb. 11
Tennessee Jed, 1947 Jan.-May
Tennessee Jed, 1947 May-Nov.
Reel 369
Commercials, WAPI, Birmingham, Ala., 1946-1948 July
Commercials, WPDQ, Jacksonville, Fla., 1946 Oct.-1947 Jan.
Commercials, WPDQ, Jacksonville, Fla., 1947 Feb.-1948 July
Reel 370
Commercials, WJAX, Jacksonville, Fla., 1946 Feb.-1948 July
Commercials, WNEW, New York, N.Y., 1948 Jan.-July
Commercials, WNLC, New London, Conn., 1946-1948 July
Commercials, WNAC. Boston, Mass., 1948 Mar.-July
Commercials, WAGE, Syracuse, N.Y., 1947 July-1948 July
Commercials, WSBC, Chicago, Ill., 1945 Dec.-1948 July
Commercials, WSGN, Birmingham, Ala., 1948 Jan.-July
Commercials, WSBT, South Bend, Ind., 1946-1948 July
Commercials, WHK, Cleveland, Oh., 1948 Jan.-July
Commercials, KQV, Pittsburg, Pa., 1948 Jan.-June
Commercials, KSO, St. Louis, Mo., 1948 Jan.-July
Commercials, WHFC, The Bohemian Hour, 1948 Spring
Commercials, H-E-P recorded spots, 1946 Dec.-1947 Jan.
Commercials, WWNY, Watertown, N.Y., 1945 Nov.-1948 July
Commercials, WSUN, 1947 July-1948 July
Commercials, WXYZ, Detroit, Mich., 1948 Jan.-July
Commercials, WLEU, Erie, Pa., 1948 Jan.-May
Commercials, WLEU, Erie, Pa., 1947-1948

[Includes spots for Florida announcement, Aunt Hannah's Kiddie Show]

Reel 371
Commercials, WJAX, Jacksonville, Fla., 1946-1948 Mar.

[Tip Top Tunes, new programming]

Commercials, WALT, music program, 1948 June-July
Commercials, WDEV, Waterbury, Vt., 1946-1948 July

[Tip Top Musical Almanac]

Commercials, WCAO, Baltimore, Md., 1948 Jan.-June
Commercials, WCAO, Baltimore, Md., 1948 July
Reel 372
Commercials, WBAL, Baltimore, Md., 1946 Nov.-1948 July
Commercials, WCBS, New York, N.Y., 1947 Apr.-1948 July

[The Missus Goes A-Shopping]

Commercials, WEAN, Providence, R.I., 1948 Jan.-July

[Tello-Test]

Commercials, WEEI, Boston, Mass., 1948 Feb.-July

[Breakfast in Boston]

Commercials, WEEI, Boston, Mass., 1948 Jan.-July

[Top 'o the Morning]

Commercials, WEEI, Boston, Mass., 1947 July-1948 Mar.

[Breakfast in Boston]

Commercials, WHKC, Columbus, Oh., 1947 May-1948 July

[15 minute news]

Commercials, WGN, Chicago, Ill., 1947 June-1948 July

[Musical Clock, Record, Reveille]

Commercials, WFBR, Baltimore, Md., 1947 June-1948 July
Commercials, WFLA, Tampa, Fla., 1947 June-1948 July
Commercials, WGES, Chicago, Ill., 1946-1947 July

[Polish Dinner Bell]

Lux Radio Theatre, 1948

[No broadcast June 21]

Aunt Jenny Hitchhikes, 1948 Aug.-Dec.
Auditions, Easter telegrams, 1948 Mar.
Auditions, Mother's Day, 1948 Apr.
Women's National Republican Club, 1947 Sept., 1948 Sept.-Oct.
Reel 417
One Man's Family, History in Words and Pictures, 1935
One Man's Family, 1948 Jan.-May
One Man's Family, 1948 June-Aug.
One Man's Family, 1948 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 418
Royal Baking Powder, 1937 June 29
Royal desserts, 1937 July 1
Fleischmann's yeast for bread, 1938 June 29
Edgar Bergen Show, 1948 Jan.-May, Oct.-Dec.

[No broadcast Apr. 11; Dec. 19 broadcast missing]

Commercials, 1948
Royal Pudding, Desserts, Robert Shaw Chorale, 1948 June-Sept.
Polly the Shopper, commercials, 1948 Jan.-Feb.
Commercials, 1948
Salesmen conference, commercials, 1948 Apr. 8
Br'er Rabbit, commercials, 1948 Jan.-May
Instant Potatoes, commercials, 1947 May-1948 Apr.
Glider, commercials, 1948 Jan.-June
Commercials, 1947 Sept.-Dec.
Commercials, 1948 Jan.-Sept.
Reel 419
Commercials, 1947 Jan.-Sept.
Thanksgiving Show, 1948 Nov.25
Christmas Show, 1948 Dec. 25
Fred Allen Show, 1948 Jan.-June, Oct.-Dec.
Calypso, 1947 July-Aug.
Lincoln-Mercury, 1947 Dec.
Trucks, 1947 Dec.
Commercials, 1948 Mar.-May
Import sales,1948 Oct. 11
Television shows, Dodger baseball, commercials, 1948
Television shows, auditions, 1948 Mar. 19
Television, 1948 Nov.-Dec.
Spot announcements, 1948 Mar. 18
Music America Loves Best, 1948 Jan.-June
Music America Loves Best, 1948 June-Dec.
Reel 420
Bill Henry News, 1947 Dec.-1948 Apr.
Bill Henry News, 1948 May-Dec.

[No broadcasts June 21-Aug. 20]

Reel 421
Commercials, 1935 Apr.-May
Commercials, Tom Howard, 1936 Jan.
Commercials, Tito Guiza, 1936 Feb.-Mar.
Commercials, 1938 Jan.-June
Commercials, Canada, E. Maloney writer, undated
Commercials, Canada, Let's Disagree, 1939 Oct.-1940 Mar.
Commercials, Robert Shaw Chorale, 1948 Sept.-Dec.
Aunt Hannah's Bread, commercials, 1948
Recorded spots, Tip Top Bread, 1947 Jan., 1948 Jan.
Advox commercials, Tip Top Bread, jingles, 1948 Dec. 14
Bread and cake, spot announcements, 1948 Feb.-July, 1948 Jan.
Spot announcements, 1948 Jan.-July
Reel 422
Participation spots, 1948 Jan.-July
White Owl Sports Smoker, 1948 Jan.-Apr.

[See also reel 423]

Yankee Baseball, 1948 Mar.-Sept.
Recorded spots, 1947 Sept., 1948 Apr.
Dinty's 3-Ring Sports Dugout, commercials, 1948 Jan.-May
Yankee Baseball, 1948 Mar.-June
Yankee Baseball, commercials, 1948 June-Oct.
Yankees baseball, 1948 Sept.-Oct.
Yankee Baseball, 1948 Apr.-Sept.
Scott & Grauer television show, 1948
Television, Boxing, 1948 July-Nov.
Fights, 1948 June-Sept.
Yankee Football, 1948 Aug.-Dec.
Spot announcements, 1948 July 16

[In Spanish, for Puerto Rico and Venezuela]

Kraft Music Hall, Al Jolson, 1948 Jan.-June
Reel 423
Kraft Music Hall, Al Jolson, 1948 June, Sept.-Dec.
Reel 424
Summer show, Nelson Eddy, 1948 June-Sept.
Kraft Television Theatre, 1948 Jan.-Apr.
Kraft Television Theatre, 1948 Apr.-Aug.

[No broadcasts June 23, July 14 due to political conventions]

Reel 425
Kraft Television Theatre, 1948 Aug.-Dec.

[See reel 427 for Dec. 15]

Reel 426
Kraft Television Theatre, 1948 Dec.
Reel 427
Recorded spot, 1948 Mar. 8

[See reel 419 for more]

My True Story, monitor reports, 1945
My True Story, commercials, 1945
My True Story, 1945 Nov.-Dec.
Reel 446
My True Story, commercials, 1945 Nov.-Dec.
My True Story, commercials, 1946 May
My True Story, monitor reports, 1946
My True Story, 1947 Dec.-1948 Mar.
My True Story, 1948 Mar.-Aug.
Reel 447
My True Story, 1948 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 448
The Clock, scripts, 1949 Oct.
The Clock, scripts, 1949 Oct.-1950 Mar.
Reel 449
My True Story, 1949 Jan.-Feb.
My True Story, 1949 Mar.-Aug.
Reel 528
My True Story, 1949 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 529
Mr. Christoph's comments on synopsis, 1949 Jan.-Aug.
Mr. Christoph's comments on synopsis, 1949 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 530
Monitor reports, 1949
My True Story, scripts, 1950 Jan.-Aug.
Monitor reports, 1950
Mr. Christoph's comments on synopsis, 1950 Jan.-Apr.
My True Story, magazine outlines, 1949-1950
Reel 531
Mentholatum, Mentholatum Mountaineers, auditions, spots, 1944-1945
Reel 717
Robert Shaw Chorale, 1948 June-Aug.
Diane Lucas Cooking show, 1949 Feb.-Dec.
Aunt Hannah's Kiddie Show, 1948 Jan.-1949 Apr.
Music America Loves Best, 1949 Jan.-Apr.
Hile Damroth commercials, 1949
Spot announcements, 1949 Jan.
International, 1949 Jan.
Winner Take All, auditions, 1949 Jan.
TV Film commercials, 1949 Feb.-June
With General Cigar, Exhibition Games, 1948 Aug. 18
N.Y. Yankees vs. Giants, 1949 June. 27
Campaign Issues, 1949 Oct.-Nov.
Dickens' Christmas Carol, 1949 Dec. 24-25
Transcriptions,1950
Screen Directors Playhouse, 1950 Jan.-June

[No script for Jan. 13]

Screen Directors Playhouse, 1950 June 30
Reel 718
Br'er Rabbit, commercials, 1949
Textron Theatre, The Hartmans, 1949 Feb.-May
Act II, 1949 Mar.-July
Say It With Acting, 1949 Aug.-Oct.
Say It With Acting, 1949 Oct.-1950 Aug.

[No script for July 30]

Reel 719
Yankees baseball, 1949-1950
Boxing, 1949 Jan.-1950 Feb.
Baseball, rained out games, 1949 May 22, July 10
Yankees Baseball, radio, 1949-1950
Yankees Baseball, television, 1949-1950
Yankees Baseball, simultaneous radio and television, 1949-1950
Reel 721
Believe It Or Not, 1950 Jan.-June

[To Part II, page 14 of June 1]

Believe It Or Not, 1950 June-Sept.

[From Part II, page 15 of June 1]

Reel 722
Kraft Music Hall, 1949 Jan.-May
Kraft Summer Show, 1949 Summer
Kraft Television Theatre, 1949 Jan.-Feb. 9

[Part of Feb. 9]

Kraft Television Theatre, 1949 Feb.-June 22

[Rest of Feb. 9; May 18 missing; part of June 22, Pink String and Sealing Wax]

Reel 723
Kraft Television Theatre, 1949 June 22-Sept 28

[Rest of June 22, Pink String and Sealing Wax; part of Sept. 28, Climax'

Reel 724
Kraft Television Theatre, 1949 Sept. 28-1950 Feb. 8

[Rest of Sept. 28, Climax; Feb. 8 to end of Act II]

Reel 725
Kraft Television Theatre, 1950 Feb. 8-June 14

[Feb. 8 Act III, The Dark Towers]

Reel 726
Kraft Television Theatre, 1950 June 21-Oct. 11

[Part of Oct. 11, The Great Broxopp; see also reel 737]

Reel 729
Kraft Television Theatre, 1950 Oct. 11

[End of Oct. 11, The Great Broxopp]

Reel 730
The Falcon, 1950
Lux Radio Theatre, Aunt Jenny Hitchhikes, 1949 Jan.-Apr.
Lux Radio Theatre, The Mating of Millie, 1949 Jan. 3

[Acts I, II]

Lux Radio Theatre, 1949

[End of Jan. 3, The Mating of Millie; Dec. 26 to end of Act I]

Reel 731
Lux Radio Theatre, 1949 Dec. 26-1950 Oct. 30

[End of Dec. 26; Oct. 30 to end of Act II]

Reel 732
Lux Radio Theatre, 1950 Oct. 30

[End of broadcast]

Reel 733
Lux Video Theatre, 1950 Oct.-Dec.
One Man's Family, 1949 Jan.-Apr.
Fleischmann's Yeast, One Man's Family, commercials, 1949
Bill Henry News, 1949 Oct.-Dec.
Through the Crystal Ball, 1949 Apr.-June
Spot announcements, 1949
Variety Show, 1949 June-July
Fred Allen Show, 1949 Jan.-June
College of Musical Knowledge, 1949 Dec.-1950 Nov.

[Part of Nov. 30]

Reel 735
College of Musical Knowledge, 1950 Nov.-30-Dec.

[Rest of Nov. 30]

Reel 736
Saturday News, 1950 Dec.
Dr. Marshall, 1950 Nov.-Dec.
Nights in Latin America, 1950 Apr.-Dec.
Show of Shows, commercials, 1950 Mar.-May
Buffalo Billy Show, 1950 Oct.-Dec.
Junior Miss, 1950 Jan.-Sept.
Junior Miss, 1950 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 737
Kraft Television Theatre, 1950 Oct. 11

[Pages 13-21 of Act II, The Great Broxopp]

One Man's Family, radio histories, 1932-1949
Bergen Shaw, Open Door, radio histories, coffee spots, 1928-1949
Fred Allen Show, radio histories, 1945-1947
Mary Martin, radio histories, 1943-1945
Hour Glass, Face to Face, television histories, 1946-1949
Fleischmann Yeast, 1945-1946
Yankees Baseball, television, 1951 July-Sept.
Yankees Baseball, simulcast, 1951 Apr.-Sept.
Buffalo Billy Show, no scripts, 1951 Jan. 7, 14
Ford Star Theater, scripts, 1951 Jan.-Mar.
News, scripts, 1951 Jan.-Mar.
News, scripts, 1951 Mar.-Dec.
Reel 789
Fair Meadows USA, 1951 Nov.-Dec.
Kraft Television Theatre, 1951 Jan.-Feb 28
Kraft Television Theatre, 1951 Feb. 28-June 27
Reel 790
Kraft Television Theatre, 1951 June 27-Nov. 7
Reel 791
Kraft Television Theatre, 1951 Nov. 7-Dec.
Reel 792
Bobby Benson Show, 1951 Jan.
The Falcon, 1951 Jan.-Aug. 22
The Falcon, 1951 Aug. 22-30
Reel 793
Lux Radio Theatre, 1951 Jan.-Nov. 12
Lux Radio Theatre, 1951 Nov. 12-Dec.
Reel 794
Lux Video Theatre, 1951 Jan.-Sept. 10
Lux Video Theatre, 1951 Sept. 10-Dec.
Reel 795
Nights in Latin America, 1951 Jan.-June
With U.S. Steel, Theater Guild On The Air, Hamlet, 1951
Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show, 1951 Mar.-May, Sept.-Dec.
Muscial Merry-Go-Round, 1951 May-June
Rex Saunders, 1951 May-June
Lifeline (Blood Bank show), 1951 Oct. 26
Ezio Pinza Show, 1951 Nov.-Dec.
Swift's Movie Time, 1951 Oct.-Nov. 2
Swift's Movie Time, 1951 Nov. 2-Dec.
Reel 796
The New Gossoon, 1952 Jan. 2
Philip Goes Forth, 1952 Jan. 9
The Round Table, 1952 Jan. 16
The Peaceful Warrior, 1952 Jan. 23
Mrs. O'Brien Entertains, 1952 Jan. 30
Mrs. O'Brien Entertains, (continued), 1952 Jan. 30
Reel 906
Follow the Dream, 1952 Feb. 6
The Skin Game, 1952 Feb. 13
The Mollusc, 1952 Feb. 20
September Tide, 1952 Mar.27
What Anne Brought Home, 1952 Mar. 5
The Thief, 1952 Mar. 12
The Bride the Sun Shines On, 1952 Mar. 19
The Rugged Path, 1952 Mar. 26

[Missing]

The Ryan Girl, 1952 Apr. 2
The Last Mile, 1952 Apr. 9
Green Cars Go East, 1952 Apr. 16
The Summit, 1952 Apr. 23
The Man in Half Moon Street, 1952 Apr. 30
She Stoops to Conquer, 1952 May 7
The Inn, 1952 May 14
Prologue to Glory, 1952 May 21
The Third Visitor, 1952 May 28
The Third Visitor, (continued), 1952 May 28
Reel 907
At Mrs. Beam's, 1952 June 4
Cricket on the Hearth, 1952 June 11
Death of Kid Slawson, 1952 June 18
Joy for Mourning, 1952 June 25
Time for Turning, 1952 July 2
The Great Big Doorstep, 1952 July 16
The Music Master, 1952 July 30
Six By Six, 1952 Aug. 6
Lace on Her Petticoat, 1952 Aug. 13
Indian Summer, 1952 Aug. 20
The Small Hours, 1952 Aug. 27
Mr. Barry's Etchings, 1952 Sept. 3
Letters to Lucerne, 1952 Sept. 10
The Grass Harp, 1952 Sept. 17
Background, 1952 Sept. 24
Michael & Mary, 1952 Oct. 1
The New Tenant, 1952 Oct. 8
The New Tenant, (continued), 1952 Oct. 8
Reel 908
A Kiss for Cinderella, 1952 Oct. 15
A Long Night in Forty Mile, 1952 Oct. 22
The Divine Drudge, 1952 Oct. 29
Melody Jones, 1952 Nov. 5
Hilda McKay, 1952 Nov. 12
Quiet Wedding, 1952 Nov. 19
Mr. Lazarus, 1952 Nov. 26
The Empty House, 1952 Dec. 3
Intimate Strangers, 1952 Dec. 10
The Guest Room, 1952 Dec. 17
A Christmas Carol, 1952 Dec. 24
Paper Moon, 1952 Dec. 31
Radio, 1952 Mar.-Apr. 30
Radio, 1952 Apr. 30-Sept. 4
Reel 909
Radio, 1952 Sept. 4-28
Reel 910
Television, 1952 Apr.-Sept.
Advancing Human Frontier, television, 1952 Oct.-Nov.
Bill Henry News, radio, 1952 Jan.-Aug.
Bill Henry News, radio, 1952 Aug.-Dec.
Reel 911
Duchess of Idaho, 1952 Jan. 7
Goodbye, My Fancy, 1952 Jan. 14
Capt. Horatio Hornblower, 1952 Jan. 21
Branded, 1952 Jan. 28
Take Care of My Little Girl, 1952 Feb. 4
Showboat, 1952 Feb. 11
Kim, 1952 Feb. 18
My Blue Heaven, 1952 Feb. 25
Young Man With a Horn, 1952 Mar. 3
Follow the Sun, 1952 Mar. 10
Top o' the Morning, 1952 Mar. 17
Come to the Stable, 1952 Mar. 24
I Can Get It for You Wholesale, 1952 Mar. 31
Union Station, 1952 Apr. 7
Royal Wedding, 1952 Apr. 14
The Crisis, 1952 Apr. 21
No Highway in the Sky, 1952 Apr. 28
On Moonlight Bay, 1952 May 5
Riding High, 1952 May 12
The Magnificent Yankee, 1952 May 19
Room for One More, 1952 May 26
Lux Hour of Mystery and Romance, 1952 June
Adam and Evalyn, 1952 Sept. 29
I'll Never Forget You, 1952 Sept. 22
Here Comes the Groom, 1952 Sept. 15
Here Comes the Groom, (continued), 1952 Sept. 15
Reel 912
Two Weeks with Love, 1952 Sept. 8
The Model and the Marriage Broker, 1952 Oct. 6
Five Fingers, 1952 Oct. 13
My Six Convicts, 1952 Oct. 20
My Son John, 1952 Oct. 27
Viva Zapata, 1952 Nov. 3
Grounds for Marriage, 1952 Nov. 10
Submarine Command, 1952 Nov. 17
The Blue Veil, 1952 Nov. 24
King Solomon's Mines, 1952 Dec. 1
Strictly Dishonorable, 1952 Dec. 8
African Queen, 1952 Dec. 15
Les Miserables, 1952 Dec. 22
Westward the Women, 1952 Dec. 29
Mr. Finchley Versus the Atom Bomb, 1952 Jan. 7
Ceylon Treasure, 1952 Jan. 14
The Sound of Waves Breaking, 1952 Jan. 21
For Goodness Sake, 1952 Jan. 28
Kelly, 1952 Feb. 4
The Game of Chess, 1952 Feb. 11
Life, Liberty, and Orrin Dooley, 1952 Feb. 18
The Bargain, 1952 Feb. 25
Night Be Quiet, 1952 Mar. 3
The Promotion, 1952 Mar. 10
The Foggy, Foggy Dew, 1952 Mar. 17
Julie, 1952 Mar. 24
Taste, 1952 Mar. 31
Hunt the Man Down, 1952 Apr. 7
Decision, 1952 Apr. 14
Operation Weekend, 1952 Apr. 21
Salad Days, 1952 Apr. 28
Masquerade, 1952 May 5
Marriage in the Beginning, 1952 May 12
Ferry Crisis at Friday Point, 1952 May 19
Pattern for Glory, 1952 May 26
Garveau '83, 1952 June 2
The Lesson, 1952 June 9
The Lesson, (continued), 1952 June 9
Reel 913
Gilia, 1952 June 16
Welcome Home, Lefty, 1952 June 23
I Can't Remember, 1952 June 30

[July 7 broadcast missing]

Son Wanted, 1952 July 14
The Brigadier, 1952 July 21
Two Pale Horsemen, 1952 July 28
Two Make Four, 1952 Aug. 4
The Orchard, 1952 Aug. 11
You Be the Bad Guy, 1952 Aug. 18
The Magnolia Touch, 1952 Aug. 25
The Return of Ulysses, 1952 Sept. 1
Ile, 1952 Sept. 8
Stone's Throw, 1952 Sept. 15
Happily But Not Forever, 1952 Sept. 22
A Message For Janice, 1952 Sept. 29
Legacy of Love, 1952 Oct. 6

[Oct. 13 broadcast missing]

Country Lawyer, 1952 Oct. 20
Three Hours Between Planes, 1952 Oct. 27
The Face of Autumn, 1952 Nov. 3
Something to Celebrate, 1952 Nov. 10
The Man Who Struck It Rich, 1952 Nov. 17
The Hill, 1952 Nov. 24
Amo, Amas, Amat, 1952 Dec. 1
Fear, 1952 Dec. 8
Song for a Banjo, 1952 Dec. 15
A Child Is Born, 1952 Dec. 22
The Key, 1952 Dec. 29
The Promise, 1952 June 20
The Soul of the Great Bell, 1952 June 27
Azaya, 1952 July 4
The Party, 1952 July 18
Summer Evening, 1952 July 25
Swell Girl, 1952 Aug. 1
Season of Divorce, 1952 Aug. 8
Vexations of A.J. Wentworth, 1952 Aug. 15
The Liar, 1952 Aug. 22
The Summer People, 1952 Aug. 29
The Model Millionaire, 1952 Sept. 5
The Model Millionaire, (continued), 1952 Sept. 5
Reel 914
Mutiny in the Zoo, 1952 Sept. 12
Carrie Marr, 1952 Sept. 19
Concert in Brooklyn, 1952 Sept. 26
Dennis Day, 1952 Feb.-June, Oct.-Dec.
Ezio Pinza Show, 1952 Jan.-June
Meredith Willson's Music Room, 1952 June-Sept. 21
Meredith Willson's Music Room, 1952 Sept.
Reel 915
Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show, 1952 Jan.-May, Oct.-Dec.
Today, 1952 June-July
Omnibus, 1952 Dec.
Movie Time, 1952 Jan.
Delicate Story, 1951
Foreign Intrigue, 1952
Home of Champions, 1952
Spot announcements, 1952
Yankees Baseball, 1952
James Melton, 1951 Apr. 5-1952 June 26
Mr. Peepers, 1952 July 3-Sept. 11
James Melton, 1951 Apr. 5-1952 June 26

[Beginning of reel fogged; done over on reel 977]

Reel 976
Mr. Peepers, 1952 July 3-Sept. 11
James Melton, 1951 Apr. 5
Reel 977
James Melton, 1952 June 26
Academy Award Show, 1953 Mar. 19
Martha Raye All Star Revue, 1953 Oct. 10
Dennis Day, 1953 Jan.-June, Oct.-Dec.
Dennis Day, 1954 Jan.-June
The Goldbergs, 1953 July-Sept.
Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show, 1953 Jan.-June
Tony Martin, 1953 July-Aug.
Your Show of Shows (Caesar/Coca), 1953 Sept.-Dec.
Your Show of Shows (Caesar/Coca), 1954 Jan.-May
Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show, 1953 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 981
Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show, 1954 Jan.-Mar.
Fair Meadows USA, 1951 Dec. 16-23

[Episodes 7, 8]

Fair Meadows USA, 1952 Jan.-Apr.
Commercials, 1952
Spot announcements, Time Savers, 1953 July 7
Music Report for Motion Pictures, 1953 July 8
Economy truck radio commercials, 1953
Ford TV individual dealer purchase, 1949-1950
Spot announcements, Houston simulcast Eastern Parkway Boxing, 1953
Bill Ingram News, cars, trucks, 1953
Used Car and Truck Service, 1953
Robert Trout News, car, commercials, 1952-1953
Shooting scripts, cars, trucks, 1953
Ford dealer spots, car, radio, 1953
Allsweet--Ballantine, 1953
Ballantine--Johns-Manville, 1953
Reel 985
Johns-Manville--Kraft, 1953
Reel 986
Kraft--End, 1953
Reel 987
Lux Radio Theatre, 1953
Lux Video Theatre, 1953
Radio, 1954 Mar.-Sept.

[Includes pre-season]

Television, 1954 Mar.-June

[Includes pre-season]

Television, 1954 June-Sept.
Reel 990
It Seems Like Yesterday, Television, 1954
Racket Squad, Television, 1954
Sammy Kaye Show, 1954 Aug.-Dec.
Kraft Television Theatre, side 1, 1954 Jan.-Feb. 25

[Act I, II of Feb. 25 broadcast]

Kraft Television Theatre, side 2, 1954 Feb. 25-July 7
Kraft Television Theatre, side 1, 1954 July 8-Nov. 10

[Acts I-III of Nov. 10 broadcast]

Reel 991
Kraft Television Theatre, side 2, 1954 Nov. 10-Dec.
Edgar Bergen Show, 1954 Sept.-Dec.
Lux Video Theatre, 1954 Jan.-June, Aug.-Sept 2

[Acts I-III of Sept. 2 broadcast]

Lux Video Theatre, side 1, 1954 Sept.2-Dec.
Reel 992
Lux Radio Theatre, side 1, 1954 Jan.-Oct. 26

[Act I, II of Oct. 26 broadcast]

Lux Radio Theatre, side 2, 1954 Oct. 26-Dec.
Bill Henry News, 1954
Bob Crosby Show, 1955 June-Dec.
Valiant Lady, 1955 Dec.
Omnibus, 1955 Oct.-Dec.
Garry Moore Show, 1955 Jan.-Sept.
Beat the Clock, 1955
Edgar Bergen Show, 1955 Jan.-Feb.
Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, 1955 Jan.-Apr.
Lux Video Theatre, 1955 Aug.
Lux Video Theatre, 1955 Sept.-Dec.
Reel 1000
Erica, 1955 June 2
Life and Taxes, 1955 June 9
Mother is watching, 1955 June 16
The Fascinating Stranger, 1955 June 23
One Hill, One River, 1955 Jan. 5
A Bit o' Love, 1955 Jan. 6
Patterns, 1955 Jan. 12
The Written Word, 1955 Jan. 19
Boy Will Be Boys, 1955 Jan. 26
The Skin Game, 1955 Feb. 2
Patterns, (repeat), 1955 Feb. 9
Departure, 1955 Feb. 16
The Emperor Jones, 1955 Feb. 23
Half the World's a Bride, 1955 Mar. 2
The Night Watchers, 1955 Mar. 9
Jeannie, 1955 Mar. 16
The Story of Mary Surratt, 1955 Mar. 23
Southwest Corner, 1955 Mar. 30
Whim of Iron, 1955 Apr. 6
Now Where Was I, 1955 Apr. 13
Gramercy Ghost, 1955 Apr. 20
A Seacoast in Bohemia, 1955 Apr. 27
Coquette, 1955 July 7
The Hickory Limb, 1955 Jan. 13
The Rugged Mountains, 1955 Jan. 20
The Cornered Man, 1955 Jan. 27
Thirty, Honey, Thirty, 1955 Feb. 3
Prologue to Glory, 1955 Feb. 10
The Dover Road, 1955 Feb. 17
Joe Landry's Kid, 1955 Feb. 24
Anna Christie, 1955 Mar. 3
Billy Budd, 1955 Mar. 10
The Silver Box, 1955 Mar. 17
Autumn Crocus, 1955 Mar. 24
The Forger, 1955 Mar. 31
The Glass Parlor, 1955 Apr. 7
No Riders, 1955 Apr. 14
Thunder Rock, 1955 Apr. 21
Hang Up My Guns, 1955 Apr. 28
Candle Light, 1955 May 5
Cynara, 1955 May 12
The Ways of Courage, 1955 May 19
The Kingdom of Andrew Jones, 1955 May 26
Death is a Spanish Dancer, 1955 June 20
Sammy Kaye Show, 1955 Jan.
Kraft Music Hall, Rudy Vallee, radio, 1955 Feb.-Sept.
The Caine Mutiny Court Marshal, 1955 Nov. 19
Television, 1955 Sept.-Dec.
The World of Mr. Sweeney, Television, 1955 Jan.-June
Medical Horizons, Television, 1955 Sept.-Dec.
The Garry Moore Show, Television, 1955 Jan.-June
The Garry Moore Show, Television, 1955
Bill Leonard News, Six O'Clock Report, television, 1955 Feb.-May

[Some missing]

Racket Squad, 1955
Lux Radio Theatre, 1955 Jan.-June
Lux Video Theatre, 1955 Jan.-July
Number Four with Flowers, 1955 Nov. 2
Ticket and the Tempest, 1955 Nov. 9
Day of Judgment, 1955 Nov. 23
Once a Genius, 1955 Nov. 30
My Lady Ruth, 1955 Dec. 7
A Nugget from the Sunset, 1955 Dec. 15
Christmas Dinner, 1955 Dec. 21
Eleven O'Clock Flight, 1955 Dec. 23
Lux Video Theatre, 1955 Mar.-Apr.
You Need Me, 1955 Feb. 3
Weekend, 1955 Feb. 10
Concerning Death, 1955 Feb. 17
How Beautiful with Shoes, 1955 Feb. 24
Zone of Quiet, 1955 Mar. 3
Ile, 1955 Mar. 10
The Murderer, 1955 Mar. 17
A Matter of Life, 1955 Mar. 24
Death of a Stranger, 1955 Mar. 31
Treasure Trove, 1955 Apr. 7
The Lavender Kite, 1955 Apr. 14
The Giants Stair, 1955 Apr. 21
Zero Hour, 1955 Apr. 28
The Dark Search, 1955 May 5
The College Hour, 1955 May 12
Tender Roots, 1955 May 19
Golden Victory, 1955 May 26
Taste, 1955 June 2
Wanted: Poor Boy, 1955 June 9
Strength of Steel, 1955 June 16
Cross-Words, 1955 June 23
The Gallant Lady, 1955 June 30
Footfalls, 1955 July 7
The Critic, 1955 July 14
The Kewpie Doll, 1955 July 21
The Matrimony Shop, 1955 July 28
Edge of Light, 1955 Aug. 4
The Ring of General Macias, 1955 Aug. 11
The Prom, 1955 Aug. 18
Flame and Ice, 1955 Aug. 25
Trifles, 1955 Sept. 1
Success Story, 1955 Sept. 8
Long Distance, 1955 Sept. 15
Visitation, 1955 Sept. 22
The Terrible Woman, 1955 Sept. 29
Not for Me, 1955 Oct. 6
One Day More, 1955 Oct. 13
The Little Wife, 1955 Oct. 20
Finders Keepers, 1955 Oct. 27
Night Be Quiet, 1955 Nov. 3
The Ryan Girl, 1955 Nov. 10
The Cage, 1955 Nov. 17
Have Faith in Your Agent, 1955 Nov. 24
The Summer Road, 1955 Dec. 1
Nightmare By Day, 1955 Dec. 8
Gang-Up, 1955 Dec. 15
The Selfish Giant, 1955 Dec. 22
Write Me a Love Scene, 1955 Dec. 29
Hang Up My Guns, 1957 Jan. 2
Six Hours of Terror, 1957 Jan. 9
No Warning, 1957 Jan. 16
Most Blessed Woman, 1957 Jan. 23
The Singin' Idol, 1957 Jan. 30
The Discoverers, 1957 Feb. 6
The Man Who Couldn't Say No, 1957 Feb. 13
Give Me the Courage, 1957 Feb. 20
A Traveller from Brussels, 1957 Feb. 27
The Duel, 1957 Mar. 6
Collision, 1957 Mar. 13
Night of the Plague, 1957 Mar. 20
Sheriff's Man, 1957 Mar. 27
The Medallion, 1957 Apr. 3
A Matter of Life, 1957 Apr. 17
A Night of Rain, 1957 Apr. 24
Drummer Man, 1957 May 1
Flesh and Blood, 1957 May 8
The Glass Wall, 1957 May 15
Men of Prey, 1957 May 22
All Those Beautiful Girls, 1957 May 29
The Roaring 20th, 1957 June 5
Fire and Ice, 1957 June 12
Nothing Personal, 1957 June 19
The Curly-Headed Kid, 1957 June 26
Flowers for 2B, 1955 May 4
Judge Contains Hotel, 1955 May 11
The Braveness of Christy Fallon, 1955 May 18
The Million Dollar Rookie, 1955 May 25
A Woman for Tony, 1955 June 1
Someone to Hang, 1955 June 8
My Aunt Daisy, 1955 June 15
Drop on the Devil, 1955 June 22
The Mob, 1955 June 29
Impasse, 1955 July 6
The Straw, 1955 July 13
Reel 1003
In the LaBanza, 1955 July 20
Meet a Body, 1955 July 27
Spur of the Moment, 1955 Aug. 3
Two Times Two, 1955 Aug. 10
The Failure, 1955 Aug. 17
Haunted, 1955 Aug. 24
The Chess Game, 1955 Aug. 31
Woman of Principle, 1955 Sept. 7
It's Only Money, 1955 Sept. 14
The King's Bounty, 1955 Sept. 21
The Diamond As Big As the Ritz, 1955 Sept. 28
The Beautiful Time, 1955 Oct. 5
Trucks Welcome, 1955 Oct. 12
I, Mrs. Bibb, 1955 Oct. 19
One, 1955 Oct. 26
In Albert's Room, 1953 Aug. 19
Wheels of Chance, 1950 Feb. 1
The Case of the Missing Model, (Directors's copy), 1950 Feb. 15
The Diamond Eye, (Directors's copy), 1950 Feb. 22
Journey Through Darkness, (Directors's copy), 1950 Mar. 1
Murder to Come, (Directors's copy), 1950 Mar. 8
Cross of Valor, (Directors's copy), 1950 Mar. 15
The Mystery of the Missing Guest, 1950 May 10
The Bodark Tree, (Directors's copy), 1950 May 18
The Silent Witness, (Directors's copy), 1950 May 25
Passage to Zermatt, (Directors's copy), 1950 June 1
Death Calls the Tune, (Directors's copy), 1950 June 8
The Million Dollar Corpse, (Directors's copy), 1950 July 6
Double Jeopardy, (Directors's copy), 1950 July 13
Murder With a Payoff, 1950 July 27
Loser Take All, (Directors's copy), 1950 Aug. 3
The Ghostly Will, (Directors's copy), 1950 Aug. 10
Corpus Delecti, (Directors's copy), 1950 Aug. 17
The Emerald Tattoo, (Directors's copy), 1950 Aug. 24
The Blood Call, 1950 Aug. 31
The Garry Moore Show, television, 1956 Jan.-Sept.

[Episodes missing]

Arthur Godfrey, television, 1956 Jan.-Mar.
Medical Horizons, television, 1956 Jan.-Mar., Oct.
Ford Star Jubilee, television, 1956
Lux Video Theatre, 1956 Aug.-Dec.
The Thieving Magpies, 1956 Jan. 4
The Sears Girls, 1956 Jan. 11
The Devil as a Roaring Lion, 1956 Jan. 18
Home Is the Hero, 1956 Jan. 25
Five Minutes To Live, 1956 Feb. 2
Good Old Charlie Faye, 1956 Feb. 8
The Man on Roller Skates, 1956 Feb. 15
The Man on Roller Skates, (continued), 1956 Feb. 15
Reel 1004
Snapfinger Creek, 1956 Feb. 22
Bobbie, 1956 Feb. 29
The Fool Killer, 1956 Mar. 7
The Lost Weekend, 1956 Mar. 21
A Night To Remember, 1956 Mar. 28
Paper Foxhole, 1956 Apr. 4
The Lost Shadow, 1956 Apr. 11
No Riders, 1956 Apr. 18
The Gentle Grafter, 1956 Apr. 24
A Night To Remember, 1956 May 2
Death is a Spanish Dancer, 1956 May 9
A Profile in Courage, 1956 May 16
Bed Room 12 on the Appalachian Waterfall, 1956 May 23
Box Seven-O-Four, 1956 May 30
The Night of May Third, 1956 June 6
Boy In a Cage, 1956 June 13
Flying Object at 3 O'Clock High, 1956 June 20
Starfish, 1956 June 27
Tear Open the Skies, 1956 July 4
The Long Arm, 1956 July 11
Babies For Sale, 1956 July 18
Prairie Night, 1956 July 25
One Way West, 1956 Aug. 1
Anna Santonello, 1956 Aug. 8
The Girl Who Saw Too Much, 1956 Aug. 29
Mock Trial, 1956 Sept. 5
Shadow of Evil, 1956 Sept. 12
Out to Kill, 1956 Sept. 19
The Plunge, 1956 Sept. 26
The Life of Mickey Mantle, 1956 Oct. 3
Murder of a Sand Flea, 1956 Oct. 10
I Am 15--And I Don't Want to Die, 1956 Oct. 17
The Grapefruits to Lisbon, 1956 Oct. 24
Hit and Run, 1956 Oct. 31
Shadow of Suspicion, 1956 Nov. 7
Before It's Too Late, 1956 Nov. 14
The Day of the Hunter, 1956 Nov. 21
Time Lock, (missing), 1956 Nov. 28
The Ninth Hour, 1956 Dec. 5
Teddy Bear, 1956 Dec. 12
The Wonderful Gift, (missing), 1956 Dec. 19
The Just and the Unjust, 1956 Dec. 26
The Big Fifteenth, 1956 Jan. 5
With Glory and Honor, 1956 Jan. 12
A Night Visitor, 1956 Jan. 19
Early Frost, 1956 Jan. 26
Below Average, 1956 Feb. 2
The Happy Journey, 1956 Feb. 9
The Thing That Never Happened, 1956 Feb. 16
Rite of Love, 1956 Feb. 23
Three Hours Between Planes, 1956 Mar. 1
Night Escape, 1956 Mar. 8
Love Is A Lawyer, 1956 Mar. 15
The Chevigny Man, 1956 Mar. 22
Boy Crazy, 1956 Mar. 29
Two Windows, 1956 Apr. 5
A Door You Can Close, 1956 Apr. 12
An Ambulance for Jill, 1956 Apr. 19
Tough Boy, 1956 Apr. 26
Can You Coffee Pot On Skates, 1956 May 3
The Girl, 1956 May 10
A Trip To Czardis, 1956 May 17
Have Faith and Have Patience, 1956 May 24
Kingdom's Child, 1956 May 31
A Small Glass Bottle, 1956 June 7
The Long View, 1956 June 14
The Ascent of P.J. O'Hara, 1956 June 21
Mr. Bell's Creation, 1956 June 28
Shadow of Evil, 1956 July 5
The Coffee Shop Incident, 1956 July 12
Blood Call, 1956 July 19
Will Power, 1956 July 26
The Gentleman Caller, 1956 Aug. 2
The Mirthmakers, 1956 Aug. 9
Racket Squad, 1956 Jan.-Aug.
Lux Video Theatre, 1956 Jan.-Feb.
Lux Video Theatre, 1956 Mar.-Aug.
Reel 1005
2. Beyond the Mask, 1956 Sept. 16
4. One Out of Ten, 1956 Sept. 30
8. Most Happy Time, 1956 Oct. 28
6. Man Under Sea, 1956 Oct. 14
12. Happy Children, 1956 Nov. 25
12. Happy Children, (continued), 1956 Nov. 25
Reel 1006
10. Kine, 1956 Nov. 11
16. Christmas in Community Hospital, 1956 Dec. 23
14. Bone Engineering, 1956 Dec. 9
18. The Hidden Disease, 1957 Jan. 6
20. When Emergency Strikes, 1957 Jan. 20
22. Report on Cancer, 1957 Feb. 3
23. High Blood Pressure, 1957 Feb. 10
25. Operation CVA, 1957 Feb. 24
27. Radiology, 1957 Mar. 10
29. Psychosomatic Med, 1957 Mar. 24
31. Deafness, 1957 Apr. 7
33. A Triumph and a Challenge, 1957 Apr. 21
35. Legal Medicine, 1957 May 5
37. Burns, 1957 May 19
39. Radiology, 1957 June 2
Lux Video Theatre, 1957 Mar.-Aug.
Swift's Movie Time, 1951 Oct.-1952 Jan.
College Episode, undated
Baseball Hall of Fame, undated
Roots--Boston, undated
Martha's Vineyard Story, undated
The Newport Story, undated
The Old Flames, undated
Indiana University Story, undated
Riverdale Revisited, undated
Little Red Schoolhouse, undated
The Chicago Story, undated
Betty Discovers Wisconsin, undated
The Iowa Story, undated
The Natchez Recluse, undated
Teddy and the Shanty-Boaters, undated
The Teche County and Avery Island, undated
Barbara and the Touring Players, undated
Initiation, undated
Hermit of Berthoud Pass, undated
The Capistrano Pigeon, undated
The San Francisco Story, undated
Road Black, undated
Pay-Dirt, undated
The Klamath Falls Story, undated
The North Carolina Story, undated
The Charleston Story, undated
Florida Fish Story, undated
Basic Story Outline, undated
Character Descriptions: Jim, undated
Character Descriptions: Betty, undated
Character Descriptions: Barbara, undated
Character Descriptions: Teddy, undated
Table of Contents, undated
The Summons Home, undated
America Discovers the Osbornes, undated
The 86th Floor, undated
Shopping Trip, undated
Four Rooms with a View, undated
The Brooklyn Story, undated
The Old House, undated
An Act of Congress, undated
The Gettysburg Story, undated
The Osbornes Go House-Hunting, undated
The New House, undated
The Osborne Crisis, undated
The Ben Franklin Desk, undated
Teddy and the Magician, undated
Foreword--Role of Picture Taking, undated
Diplomatic Incident, undated
The Osbornes Look for a Home, undated
Osbornes Find a House, undated
The Little Green Bag, undated
The Trip to Cooperstown, undated
Teddy and the Modern Painting, undated
The Christman Story, undated
An Act of Congress, screenplay, undated
Little Red Schoolhouse, screenplay, undated
Indiana University Story, screenplay, undated
Teddy and the Magician, screenplay, undated
Swift's Movie Time, commercials, undated
Buffalo Billy, 1950 Oct.-1951 Jan.
Tenderleaf Tea, Valiant Lady, 1956 June-Aug.
Beat the Clock, 1956 Jan.-June
The Battle for Wednesday, 1958 Jan. 1
The Velvet Trap, 1958 Jan. 8
Code of the Corner, 1958 Jan. 15
Eddie, (missing), 1958 Jan. 22
Run Joe Run, 1958 Jan. 29
The Spell of the Tigress, 1958 Feb. 5
Material Witness, 1958 Feb. 19
The Woman at High Hollow, 1958 Feb. 26
Dog in a Bush Tunnel, 1958 Mar. 5
Reel 1008
The Sea is Boiling Hot, 1958 Mar. 12
Look What's Going On, 1958 Mar. 19
Angry Angel, 1958 Mar. 26
Man in Authority, 1958 Apr. 2
Matinee Theatre,
Modern Romances, 1958 Jan.-Feb.
Tic-Tac-Dough, 1958 Jan.-Feb.
Comedy Time, 1958 Jan.-Feb.
You Need Me, 1955 Feb. 3

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Weekend, 1955 Feb. 10

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Concerning Death, 1955 Feb. 17

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

How Beautiful with Shoes, 1955 Feb. 24

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Zone of Quiet, 1955 Mar. 3

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Ile (Eugene O'Neill), 1955 Mar. 10

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

The Murderer, 1955 Mar. 17

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Matter of Life, 1955 Mar. 24

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Death of a Stranger, 1955 Mar. 31

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Treasure Trove, 1955 Apr. 7

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

The Lavender Kite, 1955 Apr. 14

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

The Giants' Stair, 1955 Apr. 21

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Zero Hour, 1955 Apr. 28

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

The Dark Search, 1955 May 5

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Second String, 1955 May 12

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Tender Roots, 1955 May 19

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Golden Victory, 1955 May 26

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Taste, 1955 June 2

[Repeat of broadcast microfilmed on reel 1002]

Beat the Clock, commercials, 1956 Mar. 10-June 16

[Mar. 10 broadcast International Show; Mar. 31 broadcast April Fool's Show]

Syracuse show, 1956 May 3
Buffalo Christian Show, 1955
Beat the Clock, Atlantic City, undated
Beat the Clock, 1956 May 3
Beat the Clock, commercials, 1955 Sept. 24-1956 Mar. 3

[Feb. 11 broadcast Gay '90s Show]

Night of Rain, 1957 Apr. 24
One Dark Night, 1957 Nov. 29
Country Music, undated
Divorcees Anonymous, undated
Portrait of a Citizen, undated
Material Witness, 1958 Feb. 4
Johnny Big, undated
Outline for a Television Play, 1957 July 9
Low Water at Hellgate, undated
Treatment for a Long Flight, undated
Look What's Going On, 1958 Mar. 19
I Woke Up Stupid, 1958 Jan. 15
Man in a Trance, undated
Accusation, 1957 Dec. 30
Amy, 1958 Feb. 12

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Jack Hilton Papers

John F. Devine Papers

Lois Gaeta Papers

Maury Holland Papers

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], J. Walter Thompson Company. 16mm Microfilm As-Broadcast Scripts, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The J. Walter Thompson Company. 16mm Microfilm As-Broadcast Scripts were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift in 1987.

Processing Information

Processed by Rubenstein Library staff, 1987

Encoded by Richard Collier, December 2011

This collection is minimally processed: materials may not have been ordered and described beyond their original condition.

Descriptive sources and standards used to create this inventory: DACS, EAD, NCEAD guidelines, and local Style Guide.

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