Charles A., Elizabeth, and Charles E. Kading Papers, 1893-1976

Contents List

Container Title
Series: Television
“The Animals” (Unproduced)
Box   11
Folder   1
Script, undated
The Aquanauts (Ziv-United Artists, 1960-1961. Original network CBS)
“The Detective Tank Adventure”
Box   11
Folder   2
Script, January 26, 1961
“The Radioactive Object Adventure”
Box   11
Folder   3
Script, February 14, 1961
“Stormy Weather”
Box   11
Folder   4
Script, January 9, 1961
Box   11
Folder   5
Script, January 12, 1961
The Barbara Stanwyck Theater, (1960-1961. Other production information unknown)
“A Man's Game” (July 3, 1961)
Box   11
Folder   6
Script, September 11, 1959
Box   10
“Between Jobs,” April 13, 1956, version A, revision of , May 1, 1956
Big Joe's Comin' Home (Production information unknown)
Box   11
Folder   7
Script, annotated, undated
Booked for Murder (Production information unknown)
Box   11
Folder   8
Script, undated
Brownstone Incident (Hobart Productions, other information unknown)
Box   11
Folder   9
Script, annotated, undated
Burke's Law (Four Star-Barbety, 1963-1965. Original network ABC)
“Who Killed Cop Robin?”
Box   11
Folder   10
First draft script, annotated, undated
Box   11
Folder   10
Script, December 28, 1964
Call to Danger (Production information unknown)
Box   11
Folder   11
Shooting script, October 13, 1961
Box   11
Folder   12
Shooting script, annotated, October 24, 1961
Danger (Production company unknown, 1950-1955. Original network CBS)
“Hand Me Down”
Box   11
Folder   13
Script, April 21, 1953
“Said the Spider to the Fly”
Box   12
Folder   1
Script, February 4, 1953
“Shorty”
Box   12
Folder   2
Script, annotated, February 23, 1954
The David Niven Theatre (Production company unknown, 1959. Original network NBC)
“Surprise Party”
Box   12
Folder   3
Script, “Happy Birthday,” annotated, March 31, 1959
The Detectives (Four Star and Hastings Productions, 1959-1962. Original network ABC)
“The Short Way Home”
Box   12
Folder   4
Revised script, December 19, 1960
“Time and Tide”
Box   12
Folder   5
Script, January 6, 1960
“You Only Die Once”
Box   12
Folder   6
Script, September 2, 1960
The Dick Powell Show (Production company unknown, 1961-1963. Original network NBC)
“Twin Brothers”
Box   12
Folder   7
First draft script, November 5, 1962
Dr. Kildare (Arena Productions in association with MGM-TV, 1961-1966. Original network NBC)
“Johnny Temple”
Box   12
Folder   8
Second draft script, annotated, September 24, 1961
Box   12
Folder   9
Script, October 10, 1961
5 Fingers (Production company unknown, 1959-1960. Original network NBC)
“The Great Imposter”
Box   12
Folder   10
Second draft script, March 2, 1959
Box   10
“For Women Only,” July 2, 1950, annotated
Note: Mr. Harmon's first live television work
Frontiers of Faith
Box   3
“From the Land of the Bible,” June 21, 1953
Gangbusters
Box   3
“Case of the Baby Blanket Burglers,” December 26, 1953
Box   3
“Case of the Close Knit Family,” June 5, 1954
Box   3
“Case of the Cold Dice,” 1954
Box   3
“Case of the Ellis Island Ring,” May 29, 1954
Box   3
“Case of the Golden Horn, November 28, 1953
Box   3
“Case of the Hotrod Killer,” December 19, 1953
Box   3
“Case of the Kansas Collectors,” July 26, 1954
Box   3
“Case of the Seven Year Trial,” March 6, 1954
Box   3
“Case of Seven Come Eleven,” March 20, 1954
Box   3
“Case of the Speed Merchants,” February 6, 1954
Gilligan's Island (Gladasya Productions in association with United Artists TV, 1964-1967. Original network CBS)
“Big Man on a Little Stick”
Box   12
Folder   11
Script, “The Surfers,” co-authored with Charles Tannen and Lou Huston, December 22, 1964
“Captain, My Captain”
Box   12
Folder   12
Outline, annotated, December 10, 1964
“Diogenes, Won't You Please Go Home”
Box   12
Folder   13
Final draft script, December 1, 1964
“If Wishes Were Horses”
Box   12
Folder   14
First draft script, annotated, February 10, 1965
“So Sorry, My Island Now”
Box   12
Folder   15
Outline, annotated, October 24, 1964
Box   12
Folder   15
Final draft script, November 18, 1964
Heaven the Hard Way (Production information unknown)
Box   12
Folder   16
Treatment, co-authored with Joseph Landon, circa May 1964
Box   10
“Heroes Never Grow Up,” September 23, 1957, version A, revision of September 17, 1957
I Cover Times Square
Box   4
“Appointment With Death,” April 7, 1951, annotated
Box   4
“The Bending of the Bough,” January 27, 1951, annotated
Box   4
“Come Out...Come Out,” March 3, 1951, annotated
Box   4
“The Cowboy Comes to Manhattan,” February 17, 1951, original, revised script
Box   4
“The Frightened Witness,” February 3, 1951
Box   4
“The Governor's Son,” November 30, 1950
Box   4
“Half a Tout Is Better Than None,” December 21, 1950
Box   4
“Hot Car Racket,” January 4, 1951
Box   4
“The Last Laugh,” March 17, 1951, annotated
Box   4
“The Missing Half Million,” January 27, 1951, annotated
Box   4
“My Son, My Son,” April 14, 1951, annotated
Box   4
Program No. 1, December 14, 1950, annotated
The Jane Wyman Theatre (Lewman Productions, 1956-1961. Original telecast on ABC)
“Big Joe's Comin' Home”
Box   12
Folder   17
Script, May 25, 1955
Box   9
“Booked for Murder,” August 14, 1957
Box   9
“Helpmate,” August 28, 1956, version A, revision of , September 19, 1956
“The Little Black Lie,” October 2, 1956
“The Little Guy”
Box   13
Folder   1
Script, “Shorty,” annotated, undated
Box   13
Folder   2
Script, May 27, 1955
Box   9
“The Man in the Car,” March 22, 1957, version A, revision of March 26, 1957
Box   10
“Nailed Down,” September 23, 1955, versions A and B
Box   9
“Night of Terror,” April 8, 1957
Box   9
“The Ninth Commandment,” February 20, 1958
Box   9
“Party Line,” October 5, 1956, annotated
Box   9
“The Past Is Always Present,” March 26, 1956, version A, revision of , March 27, 1956
Box   9
“The Pendulum,” February 13, 1957
Box   9
“Ride With the Executioner,” September 3, 1955, revised , September 5, 1955
“Run, Frankie, Run!”
Box   13
Folder   3
Script, May 23, 1955
Box   9
“This Land Is Mine,” March 16, 1956, version A, revision of , March 19, 1956
King of Diamonds (Ziv-United Artists, 1961. Syndicated)
“Mickey the Mixer”
Box   13
Folder   4
Script, June 2, 1961
Box   13
Folder   5
Script, December 19, 1961
Kobbs Korner
Box   4
Untitled, March 2, 1949
Law of the Plainsman (Four Star-Cardiff Productions, on NBC 1959-1962, on ABC , 1962)
“Clear Title”
Box   13
Folder   6
Script, October 19, 1959
Malibu Run (Ziv-United Artists, 1961. Original network CBS)
Box   13
Folder   7
Script, March 27, 1961
The Man and the Challenge (Ziv Television Programs, 1959-1960. Original network NBC)
“The Breaking Point”
Box   13
Folder   8
First draft script, annotated, August 26, 1959
Box   13
Folder   8
Script, September 4, 1959
“Lure of Danger”
Box   13
Folder   9
Script, November 20, 1959
The Man Behind the Badge (Production company unknown, 1954. Syndicated)
Box   5
“Case of the Big Break”, story outline, script
“The Case of the Blues”
Box   13
Folder   10
Script, May 16, 1954
Box   5
“Case of the Capitol Crime,” story outline, script
Box   5
“Case of the Crying Lady,” story outline, script, revised pages
Box   5
“Case of the Deadly Circle,” May 23, 1954
Box   5
“Case of the Deadly Delicacy”
Box   5
“Case of the Deadly Homburg,” script fragments
Box   5
“Case of the Disappearing Freight,” May 9, 1954, annotated
Box   5
“Case of the Educated Prisoner,” story outline, script
Box   5
“Case of the 'Help-Wanted Female',” March 21, 1954
Box   5
“Case of the Helping Hand,” story outline fragments called “Guardian Angels,” script
Box   5
“Case of the Hot Soup,” April 11, 1954, annotated
Box   5
“Case of the Hot Stock,” story outline, script
Box   5
“Case of the Hunted Hobo,” story outline, script
Box   5
“Case of the Imperfect Crime,” story outline, script
Box   5
“Case of the Long Dark Night,” story outline, script
Box   5
“Case of the Most Dangerous Game,” story outline, script, annotated script
Box   6
“Case of the One-Armed Bandits,” story outline, revised script
Box   6
“Case of the One-Eyed Jack,” story outline, script
Box   6
“Case of the One-Way Ticket,” story outline, script, revisions
Box   6
“Case of the Part-Time Cop,” story outline, script
Box   6
“Case of the Phantom Fire,” July 25, 1954, annotated
Box   6
“Case of the Phony Paper,” story outline, script
Box   6
“Case of the Priceless Passport,” story outline, script
Box   6
“Case of the Quiet Guest,” story outline, script
Box   6
“Case of the Quiet Room,” May 30, 1954, annotated
Box   6
“Case of the Quiet Room,” June 6, 1954
Box   6
“Case of the Red Letter Day,” story outline, script
Box   6
“Case of the Reluctant Fugitive,” June 20, 1954, annotated
Box   6
“Case of the Reluctant Thief”
Box   6
“Case of the Runaway Killer,” May 7, 1954
Box   6
“Case of the Second Chance,” story outline, script
Box   6
Show No. 11, December 20, 1953
Box   6
Show No. 15, January 17, 1954
Box   6
“Case of the Silent War,” story outline, script
Box   7
“Case of the Slightly Used Car,” July 18, 1954, annotated
Box   7
“Case of the Tattooed Man,” story outline, script
Box   7
“Case of the Unwanted Guest,” annotated
Box   7
“Case of the Wild Wind,” story outline, background materials, script
Man with a Camera (MWC Productions, 1958-1960. Original network ABC)
“The Man Below”
Box   13
Folder   11
Script, August 21, 1959
“The Picture War”
Box   13
Folder   12
Script, undated
“Six Faces of Satan”
Revised script, November 13, 1958
Markham (Mirada Productions, 1959-1960. Original network CBS)
“The Last Bullet”
Box   14
Folder   6
Revised script, story by Robert C. Dennis, teleplay by David Harmon, May 21, 1959
Martin Kane
Box   7
Program No. 233, May 27, 1954
Mr. Lucky (Spartan Productions, 1959-1960. Original network CBS)
“The Big Squeeze”
Box   13
Folder   14
First draft script, February 8, 1960
“Taking a Chance”
Teleplay, March 25, 1960
Mr. Novak (MGM-TV, 1963-1965. Original network NBC)
“Johnny, Ride the Pony--1, 2, 3”
Box   14
Folder   1
Revised final script, October 2, 1964
Box   14
Folder   2
Script, September 15, 1964
“Seventeen Going on Nothing”
Box   14
Folder   3
2 story outlines, May 31, 1964, June 4, 1964
Box   14
Folder   3
Story outline, June 8, 1964
Box   14
Folder   3
Story outline, June 12, 1964
Box   14
Folder   4
Outline, annotated, June 15, 1964
Box   14
Folder   5
Script, annotated, July 24, 1964
Box   10
“Once Upon a Christmas Eve,” November 1, 1956, revised version
Rawhide (CBS, 1958-1966)
“Incident of the Iron Bracelet”
Box   14
Folder   7
Outline, annotated, September 26, 1963
Box   14
Folder   8
Script notes, undated
Box   14
Folder   9
Script, annotated, October 25, 1963
Box   14
Folder   10
Second draft script, annotated, November 9, 1963
The Rifleman (Four Star-Sussex Productions, 1958-1963. Original network ABC)
“Death Never Rides Alone”
Box   14
Folder   11
Script, July 26, 1962
“I Take This Woman”
Box   14
Folder   12
Script, undated
S.A.-7 (Production information unknown)
“The Payoff”
Box   14
Folder   13
Script, February 7, 1958
Box   14
Folder   14
Script, February 12, 1958
“The Velvet Rope”
Box   14
Folder   15
Script, January 14, 1958
Box   14
Folder   16
Script, January 23, 1958
“The Sheriff's Men” (Unproduced, for CBS)
Box   14
Folder   17
Pilot outline, annotated, undated
Box   14
Folder   18
Pilot script, annotated, undated
The Shirley Temple Show, (1960-1961. Other production information unknown)
Box   14
Folder   19
Rehearsal script, adapted by David Harmon, October 3, 1960
Box   15
Folder   1
Final script, adapted by David Harmon, October 16, 1960
Studio One (Production information unknown)
“The Man Who Owned the Town”
Box   15
Folder   2
Script, annotated, undated
Box   15
Folder   3
Script, annotated, November 1, 1954
“A Stranger May Die” (February 7, 1955)
Box   15
Folder   4
Revised script, incomplete, annotated, January 21, 1955
Box   15
Folder   5
Script, post January 21, 1955
Box   15
Folder   6
Revised script, annotated, January 25, 1955
Box   15
Folder   7
Script, post January 25, 1955
Box   15
Folder   7
Revisions, February 2, 1955
Studio 57
Box   8
“The Waitress,” June 14, 1956
Box   8
“The Outcasts,” April 14, 1958
Tales of Wells Fargo (Juggernaut Inc., 1957-1962. Original network NBC)
“Don't Wake a Tiger”
Box   15
Folder   8
Script, April 10, 1962
“End of a Minor God”
Box   15
Folder   9
Revised script, February 28, 1962
Treasury Men in Action
Box   8
“The Case of the Hush Money,” February 25, 1954
The Troubleshooters (Meridian Productions, 1959-1960. Original network NBC)
“The Big Squeeze”
Box   15
Folder   10
Final draft script, annotated, September 29, 1959
The Untouchables (Desilu Productions, 1959-1963. Original network ABC)
“Fall Guy”
Box   15
Folder   11
First draft screenplay, June 12, 1961
Valentine's Day (Production company unknown, 1964-1965. Original network ABC)
“Goldbricks Ain't Necessarily 18 Carat”
Box   16
Folder   1
Story outline, annotated, July 10, 1964
“How to Succeed in Business without Really Dying”
Box   16
Folder   2
Final script, from an idea by George Marshall, July 2, 1964
Box   16
Folder   2
Revisions, July 13, 1964
“Two Weeks with Pay”
Box   16
Folder   3
Script, July 27, 1964
Box   16
Folder   4
Final revised script, September 21, 1964
Box   16
Folder   5
Final script, revisions by Hal Kanter, November 16, 1964
Walt Disney Presents (Production company unknown, 1958-1959. Original network ABC)
Texas John Slaughter
Note: “A Man Named Slaughter” and “Tales of Texas John Slaughter” are working titles.
“The Man from Bitter Creek” -- Part V (March 6, 1959)
Box   16
Folder   6
Shooting script, September 19, 1958
“The Slaughter Trail” -- Part VI (March 20, 1959)
Box   16
Folder   7
Shooting script, October 14, 1958
“A Run for Geronimo” -- Part VIII
Box   16
Folder   8
Treatment, July 29 1958
Box   16
Folder   9
Script, August 28, 1958
“A Long Rope and a Hot Iron” -- Part XI and “A Triangle of Trouble” -- Part XII
Box   16
Folder   10
Shooting script, October 5, 1959
“Siege at Mexican Springs” -- Part XIV
Box   16
Folder   11
Treatment, July 29, 1958
Box   16
Folder   12
Script, August 18, 1958
“Siege at Desert Springs”
Box   16
Folder   13
Teleplay, undated
Box   16
Folder   14
Teleplay, December 28, 1959
Warner Brothers Presents
Box   9
“Casablanca” No. 1, May 31, 1955
West Point (Ziv Television Programs, 1957-1958. Original network ABC)
“The Hard Way Back”
Box   16
Folder   15
Screenplay, February 7, 1957
“Point of View”
Box   16
Folder   16
Screenplay, January 25, 1957
Who's Been Sitting in My Chair? (Production information unknown)
Box   16
Folder   17
Script, November 20, 1957
Wichita Town (Mirisch-McCrea Productions, 1959-1960. Original network NBC)
“Bullet for a Friend”
Box   16
Folder   18
Script, May 19, 1959
The Woman in the Case (Production information unknown)
“The Ninth Commandment”
Box   17
Folder   1
Teleplay, with story by Quinn Martin, including a presentation created by Quinn Martin based on the novel The Woman in the Case by Edgar Lustgarten, undated
Series: Motion Pictures
Boiling Point (Production information unknown)
Box   17
Folder   2
First draft script, “And Then There Was Light,” annotated, undated
Box   17
Folder   3
Third draft script, September 14, 1962
Dark Purpose (Production information unknown)
Box   17
Folder   4
Screenplay, undated
The Disappearance (Production information unknown)
Box   17
Folder   5
First draft script, based on a novel by Philip Wylie, annotated, March 1964
Box   17
Folder   6
Screenplay, annotated, February 14, 1964
Box   17
Folder   7
2 script fragments, March 4, 1964, undated
Box   17
Folder   8
2 script fragments, March 11-April 1, 1964
Box   18
Folder   1
First drafts, based on a novel by Philip Wylie, April 7, 1964
Johnny Concho (Kent Productions, 1956. United Artists)
Box   18
Folder   2
Script, co-authored with Don McGuire, story by David Harmon, November 28, 1955
Series: Radio
The Adventures of Superman
Box   1
“The Mystery of the Death Train,” April 4, 1949
America in the Air (CBS produced during World War II)
Box   1
“Air Power,” November 14, 1943, annotated
Box   1
“Algerian Pick Up,” October 3, 1943
Box   1
“Evacuation...Lt. Richardson,” September 19, 1943
Box   1
“The Faid Pass,” October 10, 1943, annotated
Box   1
“Geronimo,” November 7, 1943, annotated
“Jean Sabot--Frenchman!”
Box   18
Folder   3
Script, December 5, 1943
“Johann Schmitt--German”
Box   18
Folder   4
Script, including scripts for 2 commercials, November 21, 1943
Box   1
“The March of Slime”
Box   1
“The Milk Run,” September 26, 1943, corrected version
Box   1
“Mission 95,” December 26, 1943, annotated
Box   1
“Ploesti Oil Raids,” August 29, 1943
Box   1
Program No. 1, August 8, 1943, original script, annotated copy, [“The Memphis Belle”]
Box   1
Program No. 2, August 15, 1943, [“King's Cross, Tunisia”]
Box   1
Program No. 5, September 5, 1943, [“Battle of Bismark Sea”]
Box   1
Program No. 6, September 12, 1943, [“The Lightening”]
Box   1
Program No. 12, October 24, 1943, annotated, [“A Base Called Darwin”]
Box   1
Program No. 13, October 31, 1943, [“Map Reference 7274”]
Box   1
Program No. 22, January 2, 1944, [“Blitzweek”]
Box   1
Program. No. 23, January 9, 1944, annotated, [“Bombs Over Bordeaux”]
Box   1
Program No. 24, January 16, 1944, [“The Airacobra”]
Box   1
“Queen Bee,” October 17, 1943, annotated
Box   1
“The Roller Coaster War,” November 28, 1943
Box   1
“Target: Germany,” December 12, 1943, annotated versions A and B
Box   1
“Target Carrier Command, Sicilian Stepladder,” August 22, 1943
Armstrong Theater of Today
Box   2
“Helpmate,” August 22, 1953
Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation
Box   2
“Take It From Here,” December 18, 1949
The Big Story
Box   2
Program No, 349, April 21, 1954
Box   2
Program No. 353, May 19, 1954
Box   10
“Cafe Istanbul,” December 21, 1952
The Cavalcade of America (Sponsored by DuPont. On CBS 1935-1939, on NBC , 1939-1953)
Box   2
“Billy the Kid,” December 11, 1952
Box   2
“Going Up,” April 29, 1952
Box   2
“The Melody Man,” September 2, 1952
“Submarine Astern” (April 5, 1943)
Box   18
Folder   5
Revised script, annotated, April 3, 1943
Box   2
“Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright,” August 14, 1952
“CBS Broadcast”
Box   10
Jazz Laboratory, May 25, 1943
Box   10
Matinee at Meadowbrook, September 5, 1942
Box   10
Music in the Night, July 17, 1942
Box   10
Thirty Minutes to Play, August 20, 1942
Chesterfield Supper Club
Box   2
“Death of F.D.R.,” April 13, 1945
Box   2
“Easter Program,” March 30, 1945
Box   2
“German Surrender,” February 14, 1945, annotated
Box   2
“New Year's Eve,” December 29, 1944, annotated
Box   2
“Valentine Party,” February 14, 1945
Box   2
“Comedy Spots,” 18 shows with Perry Como and Jo Stafford as hosts, May 30, 1945 - April 17, 1946
Box   2
Shows with special guests, April, 1945 - May, 1946
Box   2
“V-J Day,” August 1945, annotated
Cloak and Dagger
Box   2
“Norwegian Incident,” script No. 15, annotated
Confidentially Yours - Jack Lait
Box   3
“The Clay Pigeon of Broadway,” Episode No. 9
Box   3
“Duffy the Goat,” Episode No. 12
Box   3
“Frankie Nevada,” Episode No. 1, July 7, 1950
Box   3
“The Lady in Red,” Episode No. 2, July 14, 1950
Box   3
“Mickey the Mixer,” July 28, 1950, annotated
Box   3
“The Red Head,” Episode No. 11
Box   3
“St. Valentine's Day Massacre,” Episode No. 7
Box   3
“Toledo Town,” Episode No. 8
Exploring the Unknown
Box   3
“The Crippler,” April 13, 1947
Box   10
Highway U.S.A., “End of the Tail,” July 12, 1953
Magazine Theater
Box   4
“Brother Can You Spare a Dime,” December 7, 1951
Box   4
“Ships That Sail By Night,” November 16, 1951, annotated
Man Behind the Gun (On CBS , 1942-1944)
Box   7
Untitled, version A, November 4, 1942; version B
Box   18
Folder   6
Script, November 4, 1942
Note: Duplicate of Version A?
Men in Black
Box   7
“The Unholy Trio,” July 16, 1953 (Audition script)
Now Hear This
Box   7
“Aircraft Carrier,” October 7, 1951
Box   7
“Aleutian Episode,” August 5, 1951
Box   7
“Fire at Sea,” 1951
Box   7
“Fog Bound,” August 19, 1951
Box   7
“Hawaii Rescue,” July 15, 1951
Box   7
“The Lady Known as Lex,” television audition script
Box   7
“Marine Landing,” annotated scripts A and B
Box   7
“Medal of Honor,” September 16, 1951
Box   7
“No Blood for Battle,” September 23, 1951, repeat broadcast on , November 11, 1951 for the American Red Cross
Box   7
“No More Tomorrow,” October 28, 1951
Box   7
“Operation Submarine,” July 1, 1951
Box   7
“The Philadelphia,” September 2, 1951
Box   7
“P.T. Boat,” August 12, 1951
Box   8
“Retread,” September 30, 1951
Box   8
“Right Cross,” October 21, 1951
Box   8
“S Is for Submarine,” October 14, 1951
Box   8
“Sea Bees in Action,” August 23, 1951
Box   8
“Ten Day Leave,” September 9, 1951
Box   8
“Too Long to Remember,” November 4, 1951
Box   8
“U.D.T.,” July 29, 1951
Box   8
“Unification Program,” July 1, 1951
Only Yesterday
Box   8
Untitled, February 28, 1943, annotated
Box   8
Untitled, March 14, 1943
Box   10
The Payoff, “The Dead Ringer,” audition script
Radio Reader's Digest
Box   8
“Armed Forces Radio Service Command Performance,” September 23, 1945
Reflections
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, October 1, 1942
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, October 8, 1942
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, October 15, 1942 annotated
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, October 22, 1942 annotated
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, October 29, 1942
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, November 5, 1942
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, November 12, 1942
Box   8
Frank Sinatra, December 31, 1942, annotated
Rivers of America (presented by Voice of America)
Box   8
The Everglades, May 26,1949
Box   8
The James, May 19, 1949
Box   8
The Kentucky, May 26, 1949
Box   8
Twin Rivers - Raritan and Passaic, June 10, 1949
Box   10
The Saga of Connie, scripts 1-3
Salute to Youth
Box   8
“Tank Battle,” April 27, 1943
Soldiers of the Press
Box   8
“Desert Airdrome,” 1944
Box   8
“Objective Gasfa,” 1944
The Treasury Star Parade (Syndicated by U.S. Government, 1942-1944)
Box   8
“African Incident,” March 23, 1943
Box   8
“Down on the Farm,” March 30, 1943
“River Crossing”
Box   18
Folder   7
Script, annotated, April 12, 1943
U.S. Route 66 (CBS; American Automobile Association)
Box   9
Untitled, October 2, 1952
University of the Air
Box   9
“We Came This Way, John Bright,” Episode No. 16, January 19, 1945