Labor Leadership Assembly for Peace Records, 1960-1972

Contents List

Container Title
Micro 800
Series: General File
Reel   1
Frame   2
Biographical clippings and personal miscellany, 1950-1961, undated
Reel   1
Frame   21
Certificates, circa 1943-1961, undated
Correspondence
Reel   1
Frame   40
General, 1940-1964, undated
Specific
Reel   1
Frame   217
Anti-Semitic, 1947-1952, undated
Reel   1
Frame   426
Beatles, 1964
Reel   1
Frame   598
Humor file, circa 1947-1960, undated
Reel   1
Frame   724
Lecture tour itinerary, undated
Reel   1
Frame   727
Miscellany, undated
Reel   1
Frame   749
Steve Allen interview, notes by Allen and accompanying explanatory note, May 30, 1957
Reel   1
Frame   756
“Wilson Girls” contests, 1958-1959, undated
Reel   1
Frame   823
Rosemary Wilson's writings: “The First Lady of the First Nights” memorandum, notes, drafts, undated
Reel   1
Frame   888
“The Gift,” draft, critique, October 20, 1941
Reel   1
Frame   911
“One Little Gem,” draft and fragment, critique, undated
Series: Writings and Speeches
Subseries: Newspaper column “It Happened Last Night”
Regular Column
Reel   2
1946, June 1-1948, January 31
Reel   3
1948, February 2- 1949, November 30
Reel   4
1949, December 1-1951, October 31
Reel   5
1951, November 1-1964, September 8
World trip, circa 1950
Reel   6
Frame   3
Agra, India
Reel   6
Frame   5
Bangkok, Thailand
Reel   6
Frame   8
Basra, Iraq
Reel   6
Frame   11
Naples, Italy
Reel   6
Frame   17
Beirut, Lebanon
Reel   6
Frame   20
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Reel   6
Frame   27
Cannes, France
Reel   6
Frame   30
Helsinki, Finland
Reel   6
Frame   32
Hong Kong
Reel   6
Frame   38
Lulea, Swedish Lapland
Reel   6
Frame   40
Manila, Philippines
Reel   6
Frame   43
New Delhi, India
Reel   6
Frame   47
Paris, France
Reel   6
Frame   57
Seoul, Korea
Reel   6
Frame   67
Tangier, Morocco
Reel   6
Frame   69
Tokyo, Japan
Reel   6
Frame   72
Vallauris, France
Reel   6
Frame   75
United States
Inserts, cities, circa 1946-1961
Reel   6
Frame   87
Aberdeen, South Dakota
Reel   6
Frame   107
Akron, Ohio
Reel   6
Frame   288
Albany, Georgia
Reel   6
Frame   328
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Reel   6
Frame   340
Amarillo, Texas
Reel   6
Frame   451
Anderson, South Carolina
Reel   6
Frame   471
Angleton, Texas
Reel   6
Frame   474
Asheville, North Carolina
Reel   6
Frame   512
Ashland, Ohio
Reel   6
Frame   520
Atlanta, Georgia
Reel   6
Frame   617
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Reel   6
Frame   723
Augusta, Georgia
Reel   6
Frame   728
Austin, Texas
Reel   6
Frame   763
Baltimore, Maryland
Reel   6
Frame   765
Bangor, Maine
Reel   6
Frame   824
Bay City, Michigan
Reel   6
Frame   834
Baytown, Texas
Reel   6
Frame   837
Beaver Valley, Pennsylvania
Reel   6
Frame   860
Birmingham, Alabama
Reel   6
Frame   870
Binghamton, New York
Reel   6
Frame   880
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Reel   6
Frame   935
Bloomington, Indiana
Reel   6
Frame   965
Boston, Massachusetts
Reel   6
Frame   1102
Bristol, Pennsylvania
Reel   7
Frame   1
Brockton, Massachusetts
Reel   7
Frame   43
Buffalo, New York
Reel   7
Frame   49
Camden, New Jersey
Reel   7
Frame   93
Canton, Ohio
Reel   7
Frame   197
Celina, Ohio
Reel   7
Frame   243
Charleston, South Carolina
Reel   7
Frame   261
Charleston, West Virginia
Reel   7
Frame   276
Charlotte, North Carolina
Reel   7
Frame   494
Chester, Pennsylvania
Reel   7
Frame   504
Chicago, Illinois
Reel   7
Frame   688
Cincinnati, Ohio
Reel   7
Frame   1063
Cleveland, Ohio
Reel   8
Frame   1
Cleveland, Ohio, continued
Reel   8
Frame   258
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Reel   8
Frame   283
Columbia, South Carolina
Reel   8
Frame   377
Columbus, Georgia
Reel   8
Frame   596
Columbus, Ohio
Reel   8
Frame   813
Concord, North Carolina
Reel   8
Frame   818
Dallas, Texas
Reel   8
Frame   938
Dayton, Ohio
Reel   9
Frame   1
Daytona Beach, Florida
Reel   9
Frame   6
Decatur, Alabama
Reel   9
Frame   13
Defiance, Ohio
Reel   9
Frame   68
Des Moines, Iowa
Reel   9
Frame   258
Denver, Colorado
Reel   9
Frame   320
Detroit, Michigan
Reel   9
Frame   432
Duluth, Minnesota
Reel   9
Frame   474
Dunn, North Carolina
Reel   9
Frame   491
Durham, North Carolina
Reel   9
Frame   610
Easton, Pennsylvania
Reel   9
Frame   672
Endicott, New York
Reel   9
Frame   676
Erie, Pennsylvania
Reel   9
Frame   793
Evansville, Indiana
Reel   9
Frame   829
Flint, Michigan
Reel   9
Frame   881
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Reel   9
Frame   990
Fort Worth, Texas
Reel   10
Frame   1
Fostoria, Ohio
Reel   10
Frame   10
Gallipolis, Ohio
Reel   10
Frame   20
Galveston, Texas
Reel   10
Frame   120
Grand Forts, North Dakota
Reel   10
Frame   131
Greensboro, North Carolina
Reel   10
Frame   182
Greenville, Mississippi
Reel   10
Frame   207
Greenville, South Carolina
Reel   10
Frame   226
Gulfport, Mississippi
Reel   10
Frame   230
Hammond, Indiana
Reel   10
Frame   264
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Reel   10
Frame   285
Hartford, Connecticut
Reel   10
Frame   290
Hollywood, California
Reel   10
Frame   295
Homestead, Pennsylvania
Reel   10
Frame   347
Honolulu, Hawaii
Reel   10
Frame   543
Houston, Texas
Reel   10
Frame   777
Huntington, Ohio
Reel   10
Frame   780
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Reel   10
Frame   795
Indianapolis, Indiana
Reel   10
Frame   1011
Ironton, Ohio
Reel   10
Frame   1015
Jackson, Mississippi
Reel   10
Frame   1028
Jacksonville, Florida
Reel   10
Frame   1092
Jacksonville, North Carolina
Reel   10
Frame   1114
Jamestown, New York
Reel   11
Frame   1
Janesville, Wisconsin
Reel   11
Frame   15
Kannapolis, North Carolina
Reel   11
Frame   27
Kansas City, Missouri
Reel   11
Frame   87
Knoxville, Tennessee
Reel   11
Frame   107
Las Vegas, Nevada
Reel   11
Frame   131
Lawrence, Kansas
Reel   11
Frame   151
Lima, Ohio
Reel   11
Frame   226
Long Beach, California
Reel   11
Frame   280
Long Island, New York
Reel   11
Frame   414
Longview, Washington
Reel   11
Frame   438
Lowell, Massachusetts
Reel   11
Frame   470
Lubbock, Texas
Reel   11
Frame   492
Lynchburg, Virginia
Reel   11
Frame   523
Lynn, Massachusetts
Reel   11
Frame   552
Madison, Wisconsin
Reel   11
Frame   638
Martinsburg, West Virginia
Reel   11
Frame   643
Martin's Ferry, Ohio
Reel   11
Frame   686
Meriden, Connecticut
Reel   11
Frame   693
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Reel   11
Frame   938
Miami, Florida
Reel   12
Frame   1
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reel   12
Frame   19
Monessen, Pennsylvania
Reel   12
Frame   23
Monroe, Louisiana
Reel   12
Frame   27
Monticello, New York
Reel   12
Frame   29
Montgomery, Alabama
Reel   12
Frame   42
Nashville, Tennessee
Reel   12
Frame   144
Natchez, Mississippi
Reel   12
Frame   165
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Reel   12
Frame   171
New Kensington, Pennsylvania
Reel   12
Frame   193
New Orleans, Louisiana
Reel   12
Frame   357
Newark, New Jersey
Reel   12
Frame   403
Newport News, Virginia
Reel   12
Frame   489
Niles, Ohio
Reel   12
Frame   495
Norfolk, Virginia
Reel   12
Frame   533
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Reel   12
Frame   536
Omaha, Nebraska
Reel   12
Frame   670
Orlando, Florida
Reel   12
Frame   676
Oxnard, California
Reel   12
Frame   678
Palm Springs, California
Reel   12
Frame   685
Passaic, New Jersey
Reel   12
Frame   688
Patterson, New Jersey
Reel   12
Frame   716
Peoria, Illinois
Reel   12
Frame   734
Petersburg, Virginia
Reel   12
Frame   740
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Reel   12
Frame   944
Phoenix, Arizona
Reel   12
Frame   975
Piqua, Ohio
Reel   12
Frame   1043
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Reel   12
Frame   1228
Plymouth, Massachusetts [?]
Reel   13
Frame   1
Pocatello, Idaho
Reel   13
Frame   7
Pontiac, Michigan
Reel   13
Frame   22
Port Clinton, Ohio
Reel   13
Frame   29
Portland, Oregon
Reel   13
Frame   35
Providence, Rhode Island
Reel   13
Frame   39
Raleigh, North Carolina
Reel   13
Frame   112
Raleigh, West Virginia
Reel   13
Frame   132
Rapid City, South Dakota
Reel   13
Frame   162
Ravenna, Ohio
Reel   13
Frame   196
Reno, Nevada
Reel   13
Frame   200
Richmond, California
Reel   13
Frame   210
Richmond, Virginia
Reel   13
Frame   256
Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina
Reel   13
Frame   269
Rochester, New York
Reel   13
Frame   314
Rockford, Illinois
Reel   13
Frame   337
Sacramento, California
Reel   13
Frame   376
Saint Joseph, Missouri
Reel   13
Frame   383
Saint Louis, Missouri
Reel   13
Frame   633
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Reel   13
Frame   898
Saint Petersburg, Florida
Reel   13
Frame   963
San Antonio, Texas
Reel   14
Frame   1
San Francisco, California
Reel   14
Frame   121
San Jose, California
Reel   14
Frame   151
Sandusky, Ohio
Reel   14
Frame   217
Sanford, North Carolina
Reel   14
Frame   221
Sarasota, Florida
Reel   14
Frame   286
Savannah, Georgia
Reel   14
Frame   293
Schenectady, New York
Reel   14
Frame   297
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Reel   14
Frame   435
Seattle, Washington
Reel   14
Frame   438
Somerville, New Jersey
Reel   14
Frame   446
Springfield, Missouri
Reel   14
Frame   485
South Bend, Indiana
Reel   14
Frame   501
Spokane, Washington
Reel   14
Frame   507
Springfield, Illinois
Reel   14
Frame   513
Stockton, California
Reel   14
Frame   520
Syracuse, New York
Reel   14
Frame   659
Tacoma, Washington
Reel   14
Frame   747
Terre Haute, Indiana
Reel   14
Frame   849
Thomasville, North Carolina
Reel   14
Frame   855
Toledo, Ohio
Reel   14
Frame   1052
Trenton, New Jersey
Reel   14
Frame   1109
Tucson, Arizona
Reel   15
Frame   1
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Reel   15
Frame   175
Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Reel   15
Frame   203
Utica, New York
Reel   15
Frame   207
Waukegan, Illinois
Reel   15
Frame   218
Weirton, West Virginia
Reel   15
Frame   223
Wheeling, West Virginia
Reel   15
Frame   242
Wichita, Kansas
Reel   15
Frame   328
Wichita Falls, Texas
Reel   15
Frame   337
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
Reel   15
Frame   344
Wilmington, Delaware
Reel   15
Frame   352
Winona, Minnesota
Reel   15
Frame   371
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Reel   15
Frame   511
Woodland, California
Reel   15
Frame   525
Worcester, Massachusetts
Reel   15
Frame   528
Zanesville, Ohio
Inserts, foreign, circa 1946-1956
Reel   15
Frame   580
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Reel   15
Frame   586
Havana, Cuba
Reel   15
Frame   613
Mexico City, Mexico
Reel   15
Frame   629
Montreal, Canada
Reel   15
Frame   672
Panama City, Panama
Reel   15
Frame   690
Rome, Italy
Reel   15
Frame   697
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Reel   15
Frame   702
Toronto, Canada
Reel   15
Frame   758
Vancouver, Canada
Reel   15
Frame   764
Subseries: TV Guide column: “Confidentially...,” 1955-1957, undated
Reel   15
Frame   881
Subseries: Special personality stories re Max Asnas, George Gobel, Sam Goldwyn, Dick Gregory, undated
Subseries: General articles and stories
Reel   15
Frame   914
“Burton Told Eddie: 'I Love Liz',” April 1, 1962,
Reel   15
Frame   917
“Cab Driver,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   922
“Candy,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   926
“Chic Farmer,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   930
“Chuck Green, Broadway Iceman,” November 25, 19[?]
Reel   15
Frame   934
“Confessions of a Columnist,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   939
“Country (Music) Boy Makes Good,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   953
“The Critic,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   997
“Energy, Inc.” undated
Reel   15
Frame   999
“Extra! Man Bites Himself!,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   1008
“Flacks,” September 24, 1942
Reel   15
Frame   1013
“Funny Man,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   1015
The Henry Morgan Show,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   1042
“The Horizontal Ladder,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   1050
“Horsey,” August 20, 1946
Reel   15
Frame   1058
“John's,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   1072
“Katz,” undated
Reel   15
Frame   1076
“Love of His Life,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   1
“Man Hunt,” (a.k.a. “How I Killed Pretty Boy” and “How I Got Pretty Boy Floyd”)
Reel   16
Frame   56
“Marianne,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   67
“Mining Town,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   85
“Morgan's Men,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   110
“My Life as a Prodigy,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   120
“New Yorkana,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   124
“Office Politics,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   132
“Olsen and Johnson Caricature,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   134
“One Man's Week,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   140
“Opening Night,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   146
“The Operator,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   154
“The Other Billy Rose,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   184
“Public Energy No. 1,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   196
“Start Kidding Yourself,” undated
Reel   16
Frame   202
“Surprise Party,” by Earl and Rosemary Wilson, undated
Reel   16
Frame   206
“Tallulah Bankhead”, undated
Reel   16
Frame   213
“They're All Mad,” and accompanying letter, 1936
Reel   16
Frame   255
Untitled re photographer, undated
Reel   16
Frame   281
Untitled, fragment, August 24, 1942
Reel   16
Frame   286
Untitled, undated
Reel   16
Frame   290
Untitled, fragment and note, undated
Reel   16
Frame   304
Untitled, fragment, undated
Reel   16
Frame   308
Subseries: Novel [?]: “Woman by Woman,” incomplete draft and miscellaneous notes, January 25-February 23, 1947
Subseries: Plays
Home Cooking
Note: Production information unknown.
Reel   16
Frame   351
Correspondence, character description, plot outline, May-June 1962, undated
Reel   16
Frame   393
Notes and manuscript drafts, incomplete, undated
Reel   16
Frame   557
Revisions, undated
Reel   16
Frame   601
Script, drafts (arranged by scene), incomplete, annotated, undated
Reel   16
Frame   815
Untitled: notes, character description, scene outline, undated
Reel   16
Frame   831
Subseries: Songs: miscellaneous sheet music and lyrics, December 1949, undated
Reel   16
Frame   842
Subseries: Miscellaneous writings and notes, circa 1942-1953, undated
Reel   16
Frame   983
Subseries: Speeches and notes, 1949, undated
Series: Radio and Television Broadcasts
Subseries: Radio
Earl Wilson at the Colony, undated
Note: Production information unknown.
Reel   16
Frame   1008
Script, incomplete
The Earl Wilson Show, undated
Note: Production information unknown.
Reel   16
Frame   1016
Script, incomplete, and fragments, annotated
Inside Report on Broadway, undated
Note: Production information unknown.
Reel   16
Frame   1068
Miscellaneous stories
Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts, undated
Note: CBS, sponsored by Lipton Tea, began broadcasting 1946.
Reel   16
Frame   1163
Script, incomplete
The Fred Allen Show
Note: NBC, 1939-1949.
Reel   16
Frame   1175
Episode #23, March 6, 1949: revised script, 4 March 1949
Reel   16
Frame   1200
Episode #36, June 5, 1949: revised script, June 5, 1949
Reel   16
Frame   1228
Script, fragment, undated
Reel   16
Frame   1239
Notes, undated
Subseries: Television
It Happens Tonight, undated
Note: Production information unknown.
Reel   16
Frame   1243
Draft format and script
Disc 151A
Series: Disc Recordings
Adlai Stevenson Bandwagon Trailer, undated
Note: Features Lauren Bacall.

Physical Description: Universal Recorders, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
Americans for Democratic Action, Hollywood Division, October 18, 1948
Physical Description: Sunset Radio Center, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
[Anthony Eden], undated
Physical Description: Presto, 16 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2, #1 & #3 
Breakfast with the Fitzgeralds, December 6, 1944
Note: 2 discs are broken.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 3 discs, sides 1-5, #6-6940 
Champagne Cocktail: Earl Wilson, February 20, 1946
Physical Description: International Transcription, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 2 discs, side 1-4 
[Charlie Seel Interview with Wilson], undated
Note: With Earl Wilson.

Physical Description: WFPG, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 2 discs, sides 1-4 
Charles F. Brannan, Secretary of Agriculture, undated
Physical Description: United States Recording Co., 16 inch; 2 discs, side 1 of each disc 
[Clifton Webb], undated
Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2, #7-4035 
Czechoslovak Answer to England and France-Transatlantic, September 20, 1938
Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[Earl Wilson: Audition 1], February 15, 1946
Physical Description: International Recording Co., 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[Earl Wilson Plug], undated
Note: With Joe Franklin, WJZ.

Physical Description: WMCR Recording Studio, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1 
Earl Wilson, January 7, 1945
Physical Description: Presto, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Earl Wilson, January 7, 1945
Physical Description: Presto, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2, #2 
Earl Wilson, May 20, 1949
Physical Description: Reference Recording, division of NBC, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 5 discs, side 1-9 
Earl Wilson, undated
Physical Description: Bob Ford Radio, 12 inch; 1 disc, sides 1 & 3 
Earl Wilson, undated
Physical Description: Bob Ford Radio, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 2 & 4 
Earl Wilson Schoolbriety, undated
Note: Features interview with Sam Bauman.

Physical Description: Wing Recording Studio, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1 
[Earl Wilson Show], January 14, 1945
Note: With Fred Allen.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #6-8731 
[Earl Wilson Show], January 21, 1945
Note: With Gertrude Neisen; 1 disc is broken.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #6-1954 
[Earl Wilson Show], January 28, 1945
Note: With Ann Sheridan.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #6-9492 
[Earl Wilson Show], February 11, 1945
Note: With Gloria Swanson.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-0265 
[Earl Wilson Show], February 18, 1945
Note: With Noah and Wallace Berry.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-0617 
[Earl Wilson Show], February 25, 1945
Note: With Bea Lille; both discs are cracked.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #7-0989 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 4, 1945
Note: With Vera Zorina.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #7-1343 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 11, 1945
Note: With June Havoc.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-1673 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 25, 1945
Note: With Joan Bennett.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-2375 
[Earl Wilson Show], April 8, 1945
Note: With Carole Landis.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-4161 
[Earl Wilson Show], April 29, 1945
Note: With Helen Hayes.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #7-5399 
[Earl Wilson Show], May 6, 1945
Note: With Rosenthal; 1 disc is broken.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #7-5859 
[Earl Wilson Show], May 27, 1945
Note: With [Joan?] Bennett.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, side 1-3, #7-7023 
[Earl Wilson Show], June 10, 1945
Note: Guest unidentified.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-7637 
[Earl Wilson Show], June 17, 1945
Note: With Shirley Booth; 1 disc is cracked.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #8-0190 
[Earl Wilson Show], April 13, 1946
Note: Guest unidentified.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, Station WLIB, 6:30-6:45 p.m. 
[Earl Wilson Show], undated
Note: With Bonita Grandville.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-2832 
[Earl Wilson Show], undated
Note: With Frank Sinatra.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-1984 
[Earl Wilson Show], undated
Note: Guest unidentified.

Physical Description: WOR Recording, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, #7-4880 
[Earl Wilson Program], March 2, 1946
Note: 1 disc is cracked.

Physical Description: Carnegie Hall Recording Co., 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-3, station WLIB, 6:30-6:45 
[Earl Wilson], May 11, 1946
Physical Description: 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[Earl Wilson Show], June 10, 1947
Physical Description: WHN, 10:15-10:30, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1-2 
Side   1
Pink-Ink. Irving Fields
Side   2
“Thanks Mucho Much Earl Wilson” WOR, Irving Fields Trio
[Earl Wilson Show], February 28, 1950
Physical Description: United Laboratories, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 6 discs, sides 1-12, WINS 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 1, 1950
Physical Description: United Laboratories, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 4 discs, sides 1-8, WINS 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 1, 1950
Physical Description: United Laboratories, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 2 discs, sides 9-12, WINS 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 2, 1950
Note: Individual sides are not identified

Physical Description: United Laboratories, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 6 discs, sides 1-12, WINS 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 3, 1950
Physical Description: United Laboratories, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 6 discs, sides 1-12, WINS 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 4, 1950
Physical Description: United Laboratories, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 6 discs, sides 1-12, WINS 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 8, 1950
Note: Individual sides are not identified.

Physical Description: Audiodisc, 12 inch; 4 discs, sides 1-8; WINS, Monte's Bel. 
[Earl Wilson Show], March 9, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-9 
Side   1
Opening
Side   2
Colman Jacoby
Side   3
Beatrice Kay
Side   4
Toots Shor
Side   5
Earl
Side   6
MacDonald Carey
Side   7
Dave Apalon
Side   8
Phil Foster
Side   9
Closing of show
[Earl Wilson Show], March 10, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Phil Foster
Side   2
Phil Foster. Mildred Berg
Side   3
Eddie Davis
Side   4
Eddie Davis
Side   5
Earl. Earl and Rosemary
Side   6
Earl and Rosemary. Bart Burns
Side   7
Bart Burns
Side   8
Earl and Gertrude Niessen
Side   9
Gertrude Niessen
Side   10
Kenny Delmar. Su Chan
[Earl Wilson Show], March 11, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening Earl
Side   2
Jack Pearl
Side   3
Jack Pearl
Side   4
Ava Gardner
Side   5
Ava Gardner. Henny Youngman
Side   6
Maxie Rosenbloom. Henny Youngman
Side   7
Blanch Theban [?]
Side   8
Lee Tracy
Side   9
Lee Tracy
Side   10
Earl
[Earl Wilson Show], March 14, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl
Side   2
Arnold Stang
Side   3
Arnold Stang
Side   4
Georgia Gibbs
Side   5
Gypsy Rose Lee
Side   6
Harvey Stone, Maxie Rosenbloom
Side   7
Harvey Stone, Maxie Rosenbloom
Side   8
Harvey Stone, Maxie Rosenbloom, Earl
Side   9
Mike Mazurky
Side   10
Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], March 15, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-9 
Side   1
Opening-Earl
Side   2
Janis Paige
Side   3
Janis Paige. Jack Carson
Side   4
Jack Carson, Peter Donald
Side   5
Peter Donald
Side   6
B.W. and Earl
Side   7
Rosemary and Earl. Eddie Conden [?]
Side   8
Kate Murtager
Side   9
Colleen Gray
[Earl Wilson Show], March 16, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Paul Winchell
Side   2
Paul Winchell
Side   3
Pat Harrington
Side   4
Pat Harrington
Side   5
Queenie Markowitz
Side   6
Queenie Markowitz, Mrs. Hartman. Nat King Cole
Side   7
Nat King Cole
Side   8
Richard Widmark
Side   9
Richard Widmark. Earl
Side   10
Earl-Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], March 17, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-4 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Jerry Lester
Side   2
Alexander Sved. Nancy Donavan
Side   3
Peter Lind Hayes. Mary Healy
Side   4
Kathleen Windor. Earl-Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], March 18, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Jim Moran
Side   2
Jim Moran. Earl
Side   3
Harry Hershfield
Side   4
Harry Hershfield
Side   5
Lester Ellsberg
Side   6
Lew Parker. Dave Apalon
Side   7
Pyle MacDonald. Nancy Andrews
Side   8
Joan Loring
Side   9
Faye Emerson
Side   10
Fay Emerson. Earl-Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], March 21, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-9 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Artie Shaw
Side   2
Artie Shaw
Side   3
Mary Collins
Side   4
Mary Collins. Larry Storch
Side   5
Larry Storch
Side   6
Tito Geuzar?
Side   7
Tito Geuzar. Rosemary and Earl
Side   8
Rosemary and Earl. Joey Adams
Side   9
Joey Adams. Fran Warren
[Earl Wilson Show], March 22, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Lisa Faraday
Side   2
Lisa Faraday
Side   3
Lisa Faraday. Phil Baker
Side   4
Phil Baker
Side   5
Phil Baker. Will Mahoney
Side   6
Will Mahoney. Phil Silvers
Side   7
Phil Silvers
Side   8
Phil Silvers. Flora Leichman
Side   9
Flora Leichman. Burgess Meredith
Side   10
Burgess Meredith
[Earl Wilson Show], March 23, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Myron Cohen
Side   2
Myron Cohen
Side   3
Myron Cohen. Dick Callyer
Side   4
Dick Callyer. Frances Murphy
Side   5
Frances Murphy
Side   6
Val Lewis. Emil Sidel. Hoagy Carmaechal
Side   7
Emil Sidel. Hoagy Carmaechal
Side   8
B.W. and Earl
Side   9
Eddie Cantor. Ted Lewis
Side   10
Eddie Cantor. Ted Lewis
[Earl Wilson Show], March 24, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Robert Q. Lewis
Side   2
R. Q. Lewis
Side   3
R. Q. Lewis. Mr. John of Inc. [?]
Side   4
Mr. John of Inc. [?]
Side   5
Denise Darcell
Side   6
Denise Darcell. Dorothy Kirsten
Side   7
Dorothy Kirsten
Side   8
Dorothy Kirsten
Side   9
Georgie Jessel
Side   10
Georgia Jessel. Claude Daphin [?]
[Earl Wilson Show], March 25, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Jack Guilford
Side   2
Jack Guilford
Side   3
Jack Guilford. Cindy Heller
Side   4
Cindy Heller. Dave Apalon
Side   5
Dave Apalon. B.W
Side   6
Dave Apalon. Mike Todd
Side   7
Mike Todd. Mel Torme
Side   8
Mel Torme
Side   9
Mel Torme. Eddie Foy
Side   10
Eddie Foy. Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], March 28, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-11 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Phil Leeds
Side   2
Phil Leeds
Side   3
Phil Leeds
Side   4
B.W. Earl
Side   5
Arlene Francis
Side   6
Arlene Francis
Side   7
Les Tremayne
Side   8
Henry MacMann. Les Tremayne
Side   9
Henry MacMann. Les Tremayne, Earl. Stewart Erwin
Side   10
Stewart Erwin
Side   11
Stewart Erwin. Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], March 29, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-11 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Lenny Kent
Side   2
Lenny Kent. Rosenbloom
Side   3
Lenny Kent. Rosenbloom
Side   4
Margaret Phellan
Side   5
Margaret Phellan. Joan Edwards. Lin Duddy
Side   6
Edwards. Duddy. Rosenbloom. Max Baer
Side   7
Baer. Rosenbloom
Side   8
Gloria Swanson
Side   9
Swanson. B.W. Earl
Side   10
B.W. Earl. George DeWitt
Side   11
George DeWitt
[Earl Wilson Show], March 30, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Edward Everett Horton
Side   2
Edward Everett Horton
Side   3
Edward Everett Horton. Johnny Morgan
Side   4
Johnny Morgan
Side   5
Johnny Morgan. Beatrice Kay
Side   6
Beatrice Kay
Side   7
Beatrice Kay. Lois DeFee
Side   8
Lois DeFee. Jacelyn Brando
Side   9
Jacelyn Brando. Victor Jory
Side   10
Victor Jory. Closing-Earl
[Earl Wilson Show], March 31, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-11 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Diosa Costello
Side   2
Diosa Costello
Side   3
Johnny Weismuller
Side   4
Johnny Weismuller
Side   5
Abe Burroughs. Milton Delut
Side   6
Abe Burroughs. Milton Delut
Side   7
Abe Burroughs. Robert Merrill. Jane Pickens
Side   8
Jane Pickens. Robert Merrill
Side   9
Salvatore Cascavilla
Side   10
Salvatore Cascavilla. William Gargan
Side   11
William Gargan
[Earl Wilson Show], April 1, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-11 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Joey Faye
Side   2
Joey Faye
Side   3
Joey Faye
Side   4
Bert Wheeler
Side   5
Bert Wheeler. Irene Walsh
Side   6
Irene Walsh
Side   7
May Margaret McBride
Side   8
Monica Louis. Skitch Henderson
Side   9
Monica Louis. Skitch Henderson
Side   10
Arthur Treacher
Side   11
Arthur Treacher
[Earl Wilson Show], April 4, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Hilda Chester
Side   2
Hilda Chester
Side   3
Hilda Chester
Side   4
Walter Florell
Side   5
Walter Florell
Side   6
Martin Gable
Side   7
Martin Gable
Side   8
Nannette Fabray
Side   9
Ray Bolger
Side   10
Ray Bolger. Closing-Earl
[Earl Wilson Show], April 5, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-9 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Hugh Herbert
Side   2
Hugh Herbert
Side   3
Hugh Herbert. Evelyn Knight
Side   4
Evelyn Knight
Side   5
Leonore Corbett
Side   6
Leonore Corbett. B.W. Earl
Side   7
B.W. Earl
Side   8
Carol Channing
Side   9
Carol Channing. Herb Shriner
[Earl Wilson Show], April 6, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-9 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Herb Palassi
Side   2
Herb Palassi
Side   3
Dorothy Shay
Side   4
Dorothy Shay
Side   5
John Lader
Side   6
John Lader. Jack Smart
Side   7
Jack Smart
Side   8
Jack Smart
Side   9
Henry Morgan
[Earl Wilson Show], April 7, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gray, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Maria Montez
Side   2
Maria Montez
Side   3
Maria Montez
Side   4
Maria Montez. Jackie Miles
Side   5
Jackie Miles
Side   6
Jackie Miles. Larry Storch
Side   7
Larry Starch. Russel Swan
Side   8
Russel Swan, Georges Gretary
Side   9
Georges Gretary. Maxie Rosenbloom
Side   10
Maxie Rosenbloom
[Earl Wilson Show], April 8, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-11 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Leo DeLion
Side   2
Leo DeLion
Side   3
Leo DeLion
Side   4
B.W
Side   5
Bella Smaral
Side   6
Bella Smaral
Side   7
Sally Violinsky
Side   8
Sally Violinsky. Hank Ladd
Side   9
Hank Ladd. Flo Lustig
Side   10
Flo Lustig. Bob Crosby
Side   11
Bob Crobsy
[Earl Wilson Show], April 11, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-11 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Sonny Howard
Side   2
Sonny Howard
Side   3
Sonny Howard. R.W
Side   4
B.W
Side   5
Bert Wheeler
Side   6
Bert Wheeler
Side   7
Bert Wheeler. Lisa Kirk
Side   8
Lisa Kirk
Side   9
Lisa Kirk. Walter Pidgeon
Side   10
Walter Pidgeon
Side   11
Walter Pidgeon. Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], April 12, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Charles Tremay
Side   2
Charles Tremay
Side   3
Charles Tremay. B.W
Side   4
B.W
Side   5
Virginia Mayo. Michael O'Shea
Side   6
Virginia Mayo. Michael O'Shea
Side   7
Virginia Mayo. Michael O'Shea
Side   8
Harry Ruby
Side   9
Harry Ruby. Henny Youngman
Side   10
Henny Youngman
[Earl Wilson Show], April 13, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Red Buttons
Side   2
Red Buttons
Side   3
Red Buttons. Frank Capra
Side   4
Frank Capra
Side   5
Frank Capra
Side   6
Georgie Price
Side   7
Georgie Price
Side   8
Ruby Keller
Side   9
Ruby Keeler. Ken Murray
Side   10
Ken Murray
[Earl Wilson Show], April 14, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-11 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Fifi Dorsay
Side   2
Fifi Dorsay
Side   3
Fifi Dorsay. Oscar Karleveis
Side   4
Oscar Karleveis
Side   5
Lester Cowan
Side   6
Lester Cowan. Lili St. Cyr
Side   7
Lill St. Cyr. Jerry Wayne
Side   8
Jerry Wayne. Max Wiley
Side   9
Max Wiley
Side   10
Danny Scholl. Larry Best
Side   11
Unidentified
[Earl Wilson Show], April 15, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 5 discs, sides 1-10 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Hilda Chester
Side   2
Hilda Chester
Side   3
Mary Collins. Mr. Silvert
Side   4
Charles Chaplin, Jr
Side   5
Charles Chaplin, Jr
Side   6
Ziggie Chester
Side   7
Rosemary
Side   8
Rosemary. Jules Munchean
Side   9
Jules Munchean. Marjorie Main
Side   10
Jules Munchean
[Earl Wilson Show], April 17, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-6 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Fred Allen
Side   2
Fred Allen
Side   3
Fred Allen
Side   4
Fay Emersen
Side   5
Ed & Regine Fitzgeralds
Side   6
Closing
[Earl Wilson Show], April 19, 1950
Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 6 discs, sides 1-5 
Side   1
Opening-Earl. Joey Adams
Side   2
Joey Adams
Side   3
Ronald Reagan
Side   4
Ronald Reagan. Arthur Treacher
Side   5
Arthur Treacher
[Earl Wilson Show], April 22, 1950
Note: Individual sides are not identified.

Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 3 discs, sides 1-5 
[Earl Wilson Show] [?], undated
Note: Individual sides are not identified.

Physical Description: Recordio by Wilcox-Gay, 10 inch; 1 disc, side [7?]-8 
[Earl Wilson], undated
Note: Individual sides are not identified; disc is broken.

Physical Description: Presto, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1 
Earl Wilson Uncovers a Nudist Colony, undated
Physical Description: Metropolitan Sound Service, 10 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[Ethel Colby and Carl Wilson], February 26, 1945
Note: Both discs are broken.

Physical Description: WMCA, NBC Radio Recording, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 2 discs, sides 1-3 
[Excerpts from Earl Wilson's Column for Budweiser Beer], undated
Physical Description: KIXL Music, Variety Broadcasting Co., 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
Food Fights for Freedom, November 17, 1943
Physical Description: Mutual Broadcasting System, WLOL, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
The Gospel Singer, circa 1946-1947
Physical Description: Harry S. Goodman Productions, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 3 discs, sides 1-6 
H. V. Kaltenborn, September 26, 1938
Note: On the European situation.

Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1-2 
Heartbeat of Broadway, February 1-28, 1959
Note: American Heart Association 1959 Heart Fund Campaign.

Physical Description: 12 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1, 2 
Side   1
“The Story Behind 'Guys and Dolls',” Earl Wilson, narrator
Side   2
“The Story Behind 'Oklahoma',” Ed Sullivan, narrator
Heartbeat of Broadway, February 1-28, 1959
Note: American Heart Association 1959 Heart Fund Campaign.

Physical Description: 12 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1, 2 
Side   1
“The Story Behind 'My Fair Lady',” Hy Gardner, narrator
Side   2
“The Story Behind 'Kiss Me Kate',” Leonard Lyons, narrator
Herb Shriner Show, December 20, 1948
Note: Guests Earl Wilson and Betty Caulfield, CBS.

Physical Description: Frankay & Jackson, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1-2 
[Interview with Florence Pritchett and Jack Eigen], undated
Note: By Slugger Wilson.

Physical Description: Carl Fischer Recording Studios, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
It Happened Last Night, August 23, 1943
Note: Initial broadcast, Earl Wilson, WNEW.

Physical Description: Frankay & Jackson, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
It Happened Last Night, undated
Note: By Earl Wilson, Slugger Wilson, and Leonard Whitcup.

Physical Description: Dick Charles Recording, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
It's Up to Youth: So Says Seventeen Magazine, undated
Physical Description: WOR Recording Studio, Mutual Broadcasting System, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1, #10-0974 
[Jack Horners Corner]
Physical Description: KSTP, Minneapolis-St. Paul, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1-2 
Side   1
Jack Horners Corner, October 8, 1947
Side   2
Horner Interview, playback, 5:30 pm, October 14, 1947
[James D. Roosevelt, Jr.], January 17, 1946
Physical Description: United States Recording Co., 16 inch; 1 disc, side 1, WOL, 7:15-7:30 pm 
[John L. Lewis Radio Speech], October 25, 1940
Physical Description: Time Abroad Inc., 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 2 discs, sides 1-3 
Jungle Performers, December 22, 1941
Note: Kate Smith spot.

Physical Description: Young & Rubicam, Inc, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1-2 
[The McGuire Sisters]
Physical Description: Coral, 10 inch; 1 disc, side 1-2 
Side   1
Earl Wilson interviews the McGuire Sisters, undated
Side   2
“Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight,” by the McGuire Sisters, undated
Meet the Author, January 20, 1947
Note: By Earl Wilson.

Physical Description: KFI, 12 inch; 2 discs, sides 1-4 
Midnight Column, October 8, 1953
Note: By Earl Wilson.

Physical Description: Reference Recording, 12:00-12:05, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
Paul Douglas Minute Announcements
Note: Regarding positive A, positive B, strong-arming, housing, inflation, United Nations foreign policy, farm A, farm B.

Physical Description: Orthacoustic, division of NBC, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
People's Platform, July 12, 1939, and Adopted Daughter, July 10, 1939
Note: Side 1 of each disc is People's Platform; Side 2 of each disc is Adopted Daughter serial.

Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 3 discs 
[Song?]: “Do I Really Love You?,” by Arty Pine [?], undated
Physical Description: Dick Charles Recording, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[Song]: “How Can I Ask Him for a Date?,” by Earl Wilson and Leonard Whitcup, undated
Physical Description: Arthur Pine Associates, Dick Charles Recording, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[Song?]: “Tell Me About Yourself,” by Slugger & Earl Wilson, and Leonard Whitcup, undated
Physical Description: Arthur Pine Associates, Dick Charles Recording, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[Song?]: “Will I Know When I'm Really in Love,” by Earl Wilson and Leonard Whitcup, undated
Physical Description: Arthur Pine Associates, Dick Charles Recording, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
Songs, undated
Physical Description: Arthur Pine Associates, Dick Charles Recording, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1-2 
Side   1
“Tell Me About Yourself,” by Slugger, Earl Wilson, and Leonard Whitcup
Side   2
“How Can I Ask Him for a Date,” by Earl Wilson and Leonard Whitcup
[A Vocal Duet for Mr. Earl Wilson by Tony Bennett and Ben Maksik], undated
Physical Description: Nola Recording Studios, 10 inch; 1 disc, 1 side 
Switch to Stevenson, circa October 1952
Note: Individual spots.

Physical Description: Fulton Recording Company, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1-2 
[Ted Mack Amateur Hour], October 9, 1959
Note: Earl's Pearls on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour.

Physical Description: Rockhill, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1, WCBS-TV, 10:30-11:00 
Thanks Mucho Much, May 13, 1947
Note: By Earl Wilson.

Physical Description: Rockhill Recording, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1, WJZ, 11:35-12:00 
[Tom C. Clark, Attorney General of the United States], undated
Physical Description: United States Recording Co, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 2 discs, 1 side each 
USO 1946 Campaign: USO Dramatic Show
Physical Description: Empire Broadcasting Corporation, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
5-minute talks by W. Spencer Robertson (YMCA), Francis Matthews (National Catholic Community Service), Donald McMillan (Salvation Army)
Side   2
5-minute talks by Mrs. Henry A. Angraham (YMCA), Frank L. Weil (National Jewish Welfare Board), Randall J. LeBeoul, Jr. (Travelers Aid)
USO 1946 Campaign
Physical Description: Empire Broadcasting Corporation, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1-2 
Side   1
General Eisenhower, Admiral Nimitz, and Sgt. Brown; Philip Murray (president of CIO)
Side   2
William Green (president of AFL), Jack Benny Show; Jane Froman Show
Note: Jack Benny Show written by Ken Thomas; Jane Froman Show, written by Ken Thomas.
USO 1946 Campaign: USO Dramatic Show
Physical Description: Empire Broadcasting Corp, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1, 2 
Side   1
“Pages of the Book,” #CL10312
Note: Written by Don Sheldon.
Side   2
“Home Is Where...,” #CL10332
Note: Written by Russell Graves.
U.S.O. Campaign, undated
Note: #6 of USO series with Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., George Murphy, Paulette Goddard, and Ingrid Bergman.

Physical Description: Orthacoustic, division of NBC, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
[U.S.O.], September 3, 1946
Physical Description: 16 inch; 1 disc, side 1 
[Vanessa Brown Interview] [?], May 11, 1953
Physical Description: Rockhill Recording, 12 inch; 3 discs, sides 1-5, CBS, 4:05-4:30 pm 
[Vocals and Interview], undated
Physical Description: Audiosonic, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1-2 
Side   1
Gee, Mom. Rickety-Rackety. Vocals
Side   2
Corky. Rosemary
We Have Met the Enemy
Physical Description: World Broadcasting System, United States Office of Civilian Defense, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
The Incident Doctor, program #23
Side   2
The Information Center Officer, program #24
We the People, December 30, 1947
Note: Excerpt with Earl Wilson.

Physical Description: Empire Broadcasting Corp., 12 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 
Your Radio Reporter, June 16, 1945
Physical Description: Reference Recording, division of NBC, 12 inch, 78 rpm; 2 discs, side 1-3, 2:00-2:15 
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: WOR Recording, 16 inch, 33-1/.3 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1, 2 
Side   1
“Womens Page Review - Audition,” #4613-B, June 21, 1938
Side   2
“American Viewpoints,” May 2, 1939
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Senator Gillette D-Iowa, July 30, 1938
Side   2
Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, September 29, 1938
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Americans at Work, #2, for CBS, July 14, 1938
Side   2
Hitler's Speech from Berlin, #8, September 26, 1938
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Americans at Work, January 28, 1939
Side   2
Hitler, #2, undated
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, sides 1 & 2 
Side   1
Talk by Senator J. E. Murray (D-Mont), January 29, 1939
Side   2
Hitler, undated
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Americans at Work, Walt Disney interview, January 21, 1939
Side   2
Hitler, #4, undated
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: WCCO, CBS, Minneapolis, 16 inch, 33-1/3 rpm; 1 disc, side 1, 2 
Side   1
European Situation, September 24, [1939]
Side   2
Arrival of King and Queen in New York, June 10, 1939
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: Frankay & Jackson, 10 inch, 78 rpm; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Take a Card Quiz, station WOR, guest Earl Wilson, September 15, 1943
Side   2
It Happened Last Night, station WNEW, September 15, 1943
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: Presto, 16 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Departure of King of England
Side   2
Howie Wing, May 5, 19??
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: Presto, 16 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Howie Wing, June 9, 19??
Side   2
King at Arlington, June 9, 19??
Miscellaneous Recordings
Physical Description: Presto, 16 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
Howie Wing
Side   2
King at Arlington, June 9, 19??
Partially Identified
Physical Description: Presto, 16 inch; 1 disc, side 1 & 2 
Side   1
H. V. Kaltenborn, talk on Beck Speech [?], May 5, 1939
Side   2
Roi Tan, May 3, 19??, 2 B
Unidentified, undated
Physical Description: Nola Recording Studios, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1 
Unidentified, undated
Physical Description: Sanders Recording, 12 inch; 1 disc, side 1-2 
Unidentified, undated
Physical Description: 1 disc, 12 inch, side 1