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1) Title: Waldo-Henderson Family Papers, 1829-1979
Quantity: 0.7 cubic feet (2 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder) and 0.6 cubic feet of photographs (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 107; PH 5040
Abstract: Papers of the Waldo-Hendersons, a prominent family from Green Bay, Wisconsin, primarily documenting the women of that family. Included are original and transcribed copies of diaries, correspondence, clippings, writings, notes, and genealogical material. Among the individuals represented are Morris A. Waldo (1828-1902) and his first wife Ann Eliza Appleton Waldo (1832-1862); her sister Susan Appleton Brown; their daughter Mary Adele Waldo Henderson (1858-1939); and two of her daughters, Anna Laura Henderson Jackson (1881-1957) and Ruth A. Henderson (1890-1980), and her granddaughter Anne Jackson Foster (1911- ). Of note are the exchanges between Waldo and his wife before she traveled from New York to join him in Wisconsin during the 1850s and during his service in the Civil War with the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry; an autobiography and letters of Susan Brown; and radio talks, student papers, and World War II-era correspondence of Laura Henderson Jackson exchanged with her daughter Anne Jackson Foster primarily concerning child care and family matters. Photographs include snapshots and portraits.
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2) Title: Actors Studio Recordings, 1956-1969
Creator: Actors Studio (New York, N.Y.)
Quantity: 406 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 339A
Abstract: Tape recordings of plays, improvisations, monologues, and exercises by the New York theater workshop founded in 1947 by Elia Kazan, Cheryl Crawford, and Robert Lewis. Among the featured actors are Richard Beymer, Bruce Dern, Keir Dullea, Jane Fonda, Anne Jackson, Ron Liebman, Viveca Lindfors, Jack Lord, Steve McQueen, Zero Mostel, Paul Newman, Julie Newmar, Patricia Neal, Al Pacino, Geraldine Page, Estelle Parsons, George Peppard, Maureen Stapleton, Rip Torn, Ralph Waite, Eli Wallach, Gene Wilder, and Shelley Winters. Also recorded are discussions and lectures by Lee Strasberg, Etienne Decroux, Cheryl Crawford, and the directors unit.
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3) Title: “The Defenders” Films, 1961-1965
Quantity: 260 film reels
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Abstract: One hundred thirty-two episodes of The Defenders, a drama series about a father-and-son legal defense team. The series ran from 1961 to 1965 on CBS and regularly concerned controversial issues such as blacklisting, abortion, euthanasia and civil defense. The Archives holds a complete run of all episodes in the series. The series executive producer was Herbert Brodkin, the producer was Robert Markell, and regular cast members included E. G. Marshall, Robert Reed, Polly Rowles, Helen Donaldson, Joan Hackett. All the films are 16 mm prints in black and white with sound.
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4) Title: Kermit Bloomgarden Papers, 1938-1977
Creator: Bloomgarden, Kermit, 1904-1976
Quantity: 63.8 c.f. (53 record center cartons, 7 archives boxes, 6 oversize boxes, and 3 index boxes), 4 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 21 tape recordings, 1 disc recording, and 1 film
Call Number: U.S. Mss 8AN; Micro 1021; Audio 477A; Audio 1101A; Disc 96A; DC 211-DC 212
Abstract: Papers of Kermit Bloomgarden, a producer of many award-winning Broadway plays and musicals. Although the amount and type of documentation present varies for each play, the collection includes correspondence, scripts, promotion and reviews, and various kinds of production files. For several titles there are floor plans, elevations, drawings and sketches, costume materials, light plots, property and furniture plots, and prompt books. In addition, legal and business aspects of production are extensively documented by financial statements, budgets, contracts and agreements, tax forms, and royalty statements.
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5) Title: Reginald Rose Papers, 1952-1979
Creator: Rose, Reginald, 1920-
Quantity: 27.2 c.f. (68 archives boxes), 3 tape recordings, and 260 films
Call Number: U.S. Mss 94AN; Tape 484A
Abstract: Papers of Reginald Rose, a noted writer for television, motion pictures, and the stage. Television files containing variant drafts of scripts, correspondence, clippings, and production information comprise the bulk of the collection. Of these, there are extensive files on Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre (NBC), Danger (CBS), Playhouse 90 (CBS), and Studio One (CBS). For The Defenders (CBS), which Rose created and wrote, there are scripts and a film for every episode of the program's five-year history. The remainder of the collection consists of motion picture scripts, including Twelve Angry Men (UA, 1957), which Rose adapted from a Studio One teleplay and then co-produced; unproduced ideas; plays; and sound recordings of eight of his early television plays.
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6) Title: “Studio One” Films, 1955-1958
Quantity: 8 film reels and 5 videocassettes
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Abstract: Ten episodes of Studio One, an hour-long dramatic anthology series that ran on CBS from 1948 to 1958. All the episodes are in black and white with sound. The film reels are a mix of 16 mm kinescopes and 16 mm archival positives. The videocassettes are a mix of 1/2" VHS tapes and 3/4" U-Matic tapes. See the episode list below for details. All episodes include commercials for Westinghouse products. These items are parts of several collections held by the Archives.
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7) Title: “Philco Television Playhouse” Films, 1948-1955
Quantity: 195 film reels and 4 videocassettes
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Abstract: Eighty-seven one-hour episodes of Philco Television Playhouse, a dramatic anthology series broadcast on NBC between 1948 and 1955. These are all in black and white with sound. All the films are 16 mm. positive kinescopes. The videocassettes are 1/2 in. viewing copies.
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