Bruce Barton Papers, 1881-1967

Container Title
Series: 1981 Additions, 1924-1980
Physical Description: 7.4 c.f. (17 archives boxes and 1 record center carton), 3 tape recordings, 204 disc recordings, and 50 reels of film 
Scope and Content Note

The 1981 Additions to the Dore Schary Papers primarily pertain to the last six years of his life (1974-1980), although there are scattered papers from earlier periods. While there is considerable overlap between the 1977 and 1981 additions, the 1981 Additions are characterized by Schary's reflection and research during the process of writing his autobiography Heyday and by documentation on two plays he brought to the stage in the mid-1970s, Herzl and F.D.R.

As with previous installments of the Schary papers, the 1981 Additions include correspondence, scripts, memoranda, publications, scrapbooks, speeches, and research notes which document Schary's personal and family life, his association with the Anti-Defamation League, and his work as a film and theater producer.

The BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIAL contains some family correspondence from the last several years of Schary's life, but this section is primarily a retrospective file pertaining to Schary's experiences in earlier years. Included are a commemorative book on his 50th birthday in 1955, lists of memberships and affiliations, and awards. Also listed here are a group of home movies featuring not only Schary's family but also personalities such as Marc Connelly, Beatrice Kaufman, Moss Hart, Constance Bennett, Groucho Marx, Robert Taylor, Barbara Stanwyck, and Sheila Graham, and several recorded interviews of Schary.

The GENERAL FILES, 1954-1980, continues the alphabetical correspondence/subject file in previous installments. The majority of the material here dates after 1974. Aside from an occasional report or clipping, it consist chiefly of correspondence with friends, professional colleagues, Jewish activists, and aspiring writers. There is also correspondence between Schary and his literary agent, Julian Bach, regarding publication of Heyday, as well as with Herzl biographer Amos Elon, with whom Schary collaborated. More extensive files on Heyday are part of the GENERAL WRITINGS subseries and additional correspondence with Elon can be found in the Herzl production files. Of note in the General File are correspondence, notes, and legal material regarding Schary's occasional disputes with Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper.

The PRODUCTION FILES, 1944-1980, document Schary's work on specific film, television, and theater projects, not all of which were produced. In addition to substantial files on the plays F.D.R. and Herzl, there is material on the films Act One and I'll Be Seeing You, and the play One by One, adapted from his family memoir For Special Occasions, and “Storm in the West,” the allegorical western by Schary and Sinclair that Schary wanted to bring to the stage as a musical.

The ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE subseries in this addition is a small group of clippings, articles, and ADL reports pertaining to topics such as the Arab influence in the United States, Black-Jewish relations, Israel, Zionism, and the Palestinian Liberation Organization. There is an occasional memorandum or letter by Schary, but the file is essentially made up of informational material.

GENERAL WRITINGS consists of Schary's speeches from the 1970s, together with some supplementary correspondence and notes, and non-theatrical writings. Many of Schary's speeches during the period consist of tributes to figures such as Hale Boggs, Hubert Humphrey, and Roy Wilkins. Other writings here primarily document research and writings for Heyday. Included are correspondence, research notes, and several versions of the book in manuscript form. The remainder of the subseries contains articles, notes, and musical scores for Song of a Citizen, for which Schary wrote the lyrics.

This addition also contains 204 DISC RECORDINGS which are a mixture of radio interviews, family celebration, music, and award ceremonies and recordings of Schary's testimony as the 1947 House Un-American Activities Committee. Although these discs have been assigned call number Disc 158A, they have not been fully described. A listing of information transcribed from the disc labels follows the GENERAL WRITINGS in the contents list below.

Subseries: Biographical and Personal Material
Awards
Box   183
Folder   1
Paper documentation, 1951-1980
Box   201
Plaques, presentations, and memorabilia
Box   183
Folder   2
Family correspondence, 1974-1980
Home Movies, 1920s-1954
AC 197
No. 1, [Late 20s, early 30s]
Physical Description: 205'; b/w; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Blacktie dinner party. Kids outdoors sledding.
AC 198
No. 2, “Greetings to Dore and Miriam Schary from Chick and Don Hartman on Jill's first Christmas,” 1936-1937
Physical Description: 195'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Jill as a baby in high chair, grandma holding baby with Dore, Miriam, and Jill. Christmas 1937: Jill at Christmas tree with grandma.
AC 199
No. 3, [1939]
Physical Description: 297'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Dore Schary award for Boys Town. Chimps performing at zoo. Dore Schary, family, and kids playing with nurse.
AC 200
No. 4, [1939]
Physical Description: 298'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Westlake Park. Jill in yard. Canoeing on lagoon near Westlake theater. Jill on boat. Nurse holding Joy. Dore Schary's mother in yard.
AC 201
No. 5, [1939-1940]
Physical Description: 300'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Merry-go-round at Griffith Park. Joy, Jeb, and Jill at zoo. Jill on swings and merry-go-round. Feb. 1940: Joy and Jill on swing. Everett Sloane indoors. Joy and Jill with presents on Christmas. UCLA football game.
AC 202
No. 6, [1939]
Physical Description: 285'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Jill and Joy playing with nurse outdoors. Two men boxing. Joy and Jill playing outside. Costume party with John Payne. Jill's Halloween party with kids in costumes. Joy and grandma.
AC 203
No. 7, [1939]
Physical Description: 349'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Marc Connelly and [Beatrice Kaufman] outside with friends. Moss Hart outdoors at country residence with Miriam and [Constance Bennett]. New York exterior shots. Shots from train, pulling into station.
AC 204
No. 8, [1939]
Physical Description: 395'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Dore Schary: On train at train station. At home with relatives. At pool and beach resort. NY World's Fair (1939-40): Tour of exhibits and Midway. USSR exhibit.
AC 205
No. 9, [1939]
Physical Description: 368'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Marion's Wedding/Washington”: Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. Joy and Jill on bike. Marion's wedding. “Club-Taylor”: Playing tennis and relaxing. Miriam with woman. Dore, Groucho, and others at table. Robert Taylor at buffet and at table with Barbara Stanwyck. Jill at amusement park.
AC 206
No. 10, [1939-1940]
Physical Description: 348'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: People in yard [may be Dore Schary's father]. NYC park. Dore with [sister] at reunion. “Allen Ruth at Arrowhead.” Jill on pony. Miriam, Jill, and Joy on swing and slides. Close-ups of Dore.
AC 207
No. 11, [1939-1940]
Physical Description: 337'; color & b/w; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Arrowhead.” Amusement park. Joy, Jill, and Dore on ferris wheel. Grandma and Jill at house. North Shore Tavern. Dog with puppies. Miriam and couple on boat.
AC 208
No. 12, 1940
Physical Description: 348'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Jeb-Xmas 1940.” Three kids playing outside with dog. American flag and flag that says Jeb. Christmas tree, Joy, Jill, Miriam, and other relatives. Jeb as baby with nurse and Miriam.
AC 209
No. 13, 1941
Physical Description: 300'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “April 1941-Jeb.” Jill and Joy inside house with Dore's mother. Joy and Jill outdoors. Scenery around house. Jeb in buggy with Jill and Joy. Miriam enters. Dore's mother with man and woman.
AC 210
No. 14, [August/September 1941]
Physical Description: 200'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Joy's 3rd Birthday.” Jeb as baby. Kids playing outside. Lake Tahoe area with grandma Schary, Jeb, and Dore. Jeb, Joy, and Jill playing.
AC 211
No. 15, December 7, 1941
Physical Description: 199'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Palm Springs. Dore and Jeb. Jill, Joy, and Jeb playing. Blazing sunset.
AC 212
No. 16, 1941
Physical Description: 200'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: At train station. Joy, Jill, and Jeb. Jill's birthday party. Jill with clown. Jeb with Dore.
AC 213
No. 17, 1943-1945
Physical Description: 303'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Group of friends at train station. Dore and Miriam visiting Lew Wasserman. At pool with kids and Cary Grant.
AC 214
No. 18, [1946-1947]
Physical Description: 350'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Joy, Jeb, and Jill playing outdoors. People sunbathing near pool. Dore, Jill, and Joy.
AC 215
No. 19, [1949-1951]
Physical Description: 372'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Family picnic. Jill, Jeb, and Miriam on boat. Lake and mountain shots. “Florida 1950-51.” Jill, Joy, and Jeb fishing from boat. Beach front. Jeb and others at pool. Jeb diving.
AC 216
No. 20, 1954
Physical Description: 395'; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Schary's Washington Trip.” Panning shots: Park, Jefferson Memorial, across tidal basin, Mt. Vernon, Lincoln Memorial, Arlington, Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Gettysburg.
AC 217
No. 21, 1953
Physical Description: 36'; b/w; sound 
Scope and Content Note: Film preview [Sheila Graham]. Interviews Schary's kids at preview. Jeb with girlfriend. (Note: This is not strictly a home movie but it has the kids in it.)
AC 218
Goystown, undated, a parody of Boys Town
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   3
Interviews, articles, and notes, 1954-1978
1228A/1
Interview on This Is New York, circa 1947
DD 355
DS interviewed on being a Jew in America, broadcast on Directions '62, 1962 January 14
Scope and Content Note: Sam Levene interviews Dore Schary on the meaning of being a Jew in America. Topics discussed include: God, belief and faith, Jewishness vs. Judaism, an illustration of a home Hanukah service written by Schary.
DD 357
Youth Wants to Know, 1955 December 25
Scope and Content Note: DS interviewed about the film industry by college age audience.
Note: Director: Dick McDonough
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   4
Memberships and affiliations, 1955-1978
Box   183
Folder   5
Personal appearances, 1959
Box   183
Folder   6
Memorabilia, 1926-1932
Box   183
Folder   7
Radio and television appearances, 1960-1976
DD 356
This Is Your Life, 1956 April 18
Scope and Content Note: Profile of DS including interviews with Moss Hart, Don Hartmann, and other Hollywood personalities.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   8
Wills, 1964, undated
Subseries: General Files
Box   183
Folder   9
A, General, 1954-1980
AC 231
Academy Awards clip, 1952
Scope and Content Note: Shows DS presenting screenplay awards, Best Supporting Actor Anthony Quinn presented by Greer Garson, and Best Supporting Actress Gloria Graham presented by Edmund Gwenn.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   10
American Theatre, Wing, 1970-1979
Box   183
Folder   11-12
B, General, 1959-1980
Box   184
Folder   1
Bach, Julian, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   2
Ben-Gurion University, 1974-1975
Box   184
Folder   3
Brandeis Institute, 1974-1976
Box   184
Folder   4
Brandeis University Creative Arts awards, 1971-1980
Box   184
Folder   5
Bunker - “Archie Bunker's Bigotry,” 1973
Box   184
Folder   6
C, General, 1964, 1966, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   7
Casting, 1977-1979, undated
Box   184
Folder   8
Coins, undated
Box   184
Folder   9
Columbia Pictures, 1980
Box   184
Folder   10
Copyright revision bill, 1974
Box   184
Folder   11
“Crank” mail, 1974-1978
Box   184
Folder   12
D, General, 1973-1980
Box   184
Folder   13
Dann, Martin, 1978-1979
Box   184
Folder   14
Directors Guild, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   15-16
Dramatists Guild, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   17
E, General, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   18
Elon, Amos, 1975-1977
Box   185
Folder   1
F, General, 1977-1980
Box   185
Folder   2
G, General, 1974-1980
Box   185
Folder   3
Gladney, Norman, 1975
Box   185
Folder   4
Greenberger, John, 1974-1977
Box   185
Folder   5
H, General, 1974-1980
Box   185
Folder   6
Hopper, Hedda, 1940-1962
Box   185
Folder   7
I, General, 1975-1980
Box   185
Folder   8
Israel, 1971-1975
Box   185
Folder   9
Italy-Buggiana, 1975-1976
Box   185
Folder   10
J, General, 1967, 1970, 1974-1980
Box   185
Folder   11
Jewish Film Festival, 1975-1976
Box   186
Folder   1
Jewish Welfare Board, Conference on Jewish Cultural Arts, 1974-1976
Box   186
Folder   2
K, General, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   3
L, General, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   4
M, General, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   5
Manuscript and book critiques, 1979
Box   186
Folder   6
Montor, Henry, 1976-1980
Box   186
Folder   7
N, General, 1974-1979
Box   186
Folder   8
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, 1974-1976
Box   186
Folder   9
O, General, 1974-1979
Box   186
Folder   10
P, General, 1969, 1973, 1975-1980
Box   186
Folder   11
R, General, 1948, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   12
Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, 1974-1980
Box   187
Folder   1-2
S, General, 1970, 1974-1980
Box   187
Folder   3
Schary Foundation, 1965-1979
Box   187
Folder   4
Scheinman, Jack, 1975-1977
Box   187
Folder   5
Story submission, 1973-1979
Box   187
Folder   6
Suid Project, 1973-1979
Box   187
Folder   7
T, General, 1960, 1976-1978
Box   187
Folder   8
U, General, 1961, 1975-1980
Box   187
Folder   9
University of Wisconsin, 1976-1980
Box   187
Folder   10
V, General, 1974-1979
Box   187
Folder   11
W, General, 1974-1980
Box   187
Folder   12
Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association film project, 1975-1976
Box   187
Folder   13
X, Y, Z, General, 1971, 1973-1979
Subseries: Production Files
Motion Pictures
Act One, 1963
Box   188
Folder   1
Script, including photographs, 1963 April 3
Battleground
GA 116
Promotion film including scenes of production and premiers, 1950
Physical Description: 896'; b/w; sound; 35 mm; archival positive 
GA 115
Newsreel segment of presentation of Photoplay award by Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman, 1951 February 13
Crossfire
DD 324-DD 325
Film (segment), 1947
Scope and Content Note: Film noir in which the hunt for a homicidal ex-soldier becomes a forum for examining anti-Semitism and bigotry.
Farmer's Daughter
DD 329-DD 330
Film, 1947
Scope and Content Note: The story of a simple farm girl whose honesty and intelligence make her a successful candidate for Congress, and help her find romance with the man she loves.
Flicker Flashbacks
CA 775
Film, 1946-1947
Scope and Content Note: A compilation of two films from the series that uses early films and adds a voiceover narration.
Next Voice You Hear
GA 114
Picture-of-the-year award ceremony, Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association, 1950 July 27
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
DD 307-DD 309
Film, 1948
Scope and Content Note: The difficulties encountered by the city-bred Blandings in building a house in Connecticut are chronicled in this comedy.
Our American Heritage
AC 140
Film, 1947
Scope and Content Note: Public service for the American Heritage Foundation. Looks at American citizens and their future now that the war is over, encouraging citizens to be active and use their talents for the good of the country.
U.S. Mss 37AN
I'll Be Seeing You (also “Double Furlough”)
Box   188
Folder   2
Musical score by Daniele Amfitheatrof, 1944
“I'll See You Again” (released as Adam Sample)
Box   188
Folder   3-4
Research material, 1942-1953
“The Sentries” (Unproduced)
Box   188
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1967, 1974
So Long, Mac
AC 259-AC 260
Film, 1959
Scope and Content Note: Promotional film follows the routine in the life of a Marine from boot camp through discharge. Includes a brief history of Marine battles.
Spiral Staircase
FE 408-FE 410
Film, 1945
Scope and Content Note: A Hitchcock-like thriller in which Dorothy McGuire is a mute servant in an eerie turn-of-the-century household which may be harboring a homicidal maniac.
Westward the Women
HA 768-HA 773
Film, 1951
Scope and Content Note: The story of 150 women who make the dangerous trek from Chicago to California in 1851 and meet their mail-order husbands at the end of the journey.
GA 113
Preproduction Title Card to run before showing first cuts
Scope and Content Note: Single title card reads: “Dear Friends: We hope that you will understand that all sound effects, dubbed voices, and music are missing from this film. Even the actors are tentative -- and we hope that you will bear with us. Apologetically, Dore Schary.”
U.S. Mss 37AN
Television
“The Big Apple” (Unproduced)
Box   188
Folder   6
Proposal, undated
Theater
Affectionately, A. Lincoln
Box   188
Folder   7
Correspondence, 1975-1977
Box   188
Folder   8
Mimeo script and revised mimeo script by Herbert Mitgang, 1975, undated
“Casus Belli”
Box   189
Folder   1
Script by Melvin I. Cooperman, undated
F.D.R. (Seattle, 1977?)
Box   189
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1975-1980
Research
Box   189
Folder   3
FDR correspondence, 1944-1945
Box   189
Folder   4
Notes, 1940s
Box   189
Folder   5
Quotations, 1933-1944
Scripts
Box   189
Folder   6-7
Original script, Act I and II, undated
Box   189
Folder   8
Draft with revisions, 1976
Box   189
Folder   9
Draft with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   1
Draft with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   2
Working copy with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   3
Working copy, slightly revised, 1976
Box   190
Folder   4
Final copy with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   5
Program and publicity, 1977
“For Special Occasions” (Unproduced)
Box   190
Folder   6
Notes and outline, 1975
Herzl, 1976
Box   190
Folder   7
Advertising, 1976
Box   190
Folder   8
Clippings, 1975
Box   190
Folder   9
Correspondence, 1975-1979
Box   190
Folder   10
Financial file, 1975-1978
Legal file
Box   190
Folder   11
Agreements, 1975-1976
Box   191
Folder   1
General partnerships, 1976
Limited partnerships
Box   191
Folder   2
Agreements, 1975-1976
Box   191
Folder   3
Signed contracts, 1976
Box   191
Folder   4
Production contracts, 1975
Box   191
Folder   5
Manuscript, incomplete, undated
Box   191
Folder   6
Manuscript, scenes 2-12, undated
Box   191
Folder   7
Notes (“Original notes from Italy and NY”), 1975
Box   191
Folder   8
Notes and articles, 1975, undated
Box   191
Folder   9
Opening night address by DS, 1976
Box   191
Folder   10
Opening night reception, 1976
Box   191
Folder   11
Playbill draft, 1976
Box   191
Folder   12
Production outline, including budget, staff, scene, costume, and prop lists, 1976, undated
Box   191
Folder   13
Promotion, 1975, undated
Box   191
Folder   14
Readings based on the play, 1979, undated
Box   191
Folder   15
Reviews, 1976
Scripts
Box   191
Folder   16
“The Quest,” with revisions, undated
Box   191
Folder   17
“The Quest,” undated
Box   191
Folder   18
Incomplete script, undated
Box   192
Folder   1
Copyrighted script, 1976
Majority of One, 1959
1010A/2
Recorded reviews, 1959
U.S. Mss 37AN
Mutuality, 1976
Box   192
Folder   2
Program and script, 1976 May 4
One by One
Box   192
Folder   3
Script including photographs, 1964 December 1
“Sabbatical” (Unproduced)
Box   192
Folder   4
Outlines by Mofie Block, undated
“Storm in the West” (Unproduced)
Box   192
Folder   5
Casting and production,“Way Out West,” undated
Box   192
Folder   6
Correspondence and legal papers, 1979-1980
Script
Box   192
Folder   7
Original script “Way Out West,” with additions, undated
Box   192
Folder   8
Script “Out Where the West Begins,” with revisions, undated
Subseries: Anti-Defamation League Files
Box   192
Folder   9
Miscellany, 1976-1979
Box   192
Folder   10
Anti-Semitism, 1973-1979
Box   192
Folder   11
Arab influence in the United States
Box   193
Folder   1
ADL reports, 1975-1979
Box   193
Folder   2
Press reports, 1974-1977
Box   193
Folder   3
Black-Jewish relations, 1963-1980
Box   193
Folder   4
Holocaust, 1943, 1971-1979
Box   193
Folder   5
Images of the Jew, 1974-1978
Box   193
Folder   6
Israel and Zionism, 1947, 1973-1979
Box   193
Folder   7
Middle East, 1966-1967, 1975-1979
Box   193
Folder   8
Palestinian Liberation Organization and Palestinian issue, 1976-1980
Box   193
Folder   9
Quotas (minority), 1972-1978
Box   193
Folder   10
Rabbi Arthur Chiel articles, 1974-1977
1010A/1
Soviet Jews arriving in Tel Aviv interviewed by Arnold Foster of ADL, 1971
Subseries: General Writings
U.S. Mss 37AN
Speeches
Box   193
Folder   11
Speaking engagements, 1966, 1977-1979
Box   194
1970-1979
Box   195
Folder   1
Index for 1945-1978
Box   195
Folder   2
Joke and story file, undated
Box   195
Folder   3
Quotation file, undated
Box   195
Folder   4
Speech invitations declined, 1958-1967
Box   195
Folder   5
Speeches for Jewish Welfare Bureau, 1969-1970
Box   195
Folder   6
ADL speech research material, undated
Heyday
Box   196
Folder   1
Proposal, 1971-1976
Correspondence
Box   196
Folder   2
Publishing, 1976-1980
Box   196
Folder   3
Responses, 1979-1980
Research
Box   196
Folder   4
Interviews, papers on DS, 1976-1977
Box   196
Folder   5
Lectures, 1957, 1977, undated
Box   196
Folder   6
Notes, articles, 1950-1977, undated
Box   196
Folder   7
Production records, 1948-1956
Box   196
Folder   8
Reminiscence regarding Howard Hughes, 1976
Box   196
Folder   9
Reminiscence, correspondence with David O. Selznick, 1944-1976, undated
Summary notes and chronology
Box   196
Folder   10
1933-1966
Box   196
Folder   11
1951-1955
Box   197
Folder   1
1956-1966, 1969
Manuscript
Original, 1973-1974
Box   197
Folder   2-5
Pages 1-528
Box   197
Folder   6
Endmatter, 1979, undated
Box   197
Folder   7
First revision, circa 1975
Second revision, circa 1976
Box   197
Folder   8
Chapters 1-8
Box   198
Folder   1-4
Chapters 9-33 (incomplete)
Box   198
Folder   5-6
Third revision (Chapters 13, 20-27), circa 1977
Box   198
Folder   7
Fourth revision (Chapters 24-29), 1978
Box   198
Folder   8
Miscellaneous edited pages of final copy
Box   199
Folder   1
Magazine and newspaper articles, 1949, 1971-1978
Box   199
Folder   2
Poetry, 1974, undated
Box   199
Folder   3
Project notes, 1961, 1977, undated
Song of a Citizen
Box   199
Folder   4
Musical score by DS, undated
Box   199
Folder   4
Lyrics by DS, undated
Terrific
Box   199
Folder   5
Dramatic contract, 1932
Disc 158A
Subseries: Disc Recordings
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, Part 1, undated
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, Part 2, undated
Disc Box   1
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, 1955 May 2
Disc Box   1
Personalities in Print, Willard Epsy, 1957 April 8
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Part 12, 1946 March 7
Disc Box   1
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Guest: Dore Schary, 1950 June 18
Disc Box   1
“Sixteen Hours”
Disc Box   1
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Dore Schary, 1950 September 25
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Part 7, 1946 March 7
Disc Box   1
Maggie McNellis, 1946 November 11
Disc Box   1
Rollocking Rockaway Radul
Disc Box   1
Bill Leonard Show Excerpt, 1947 July 15
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   1
Songs Composed by Harry Sosnik
Disc Box   1
“This I Believe,” Edward R. Murrow
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Parts 5, 8, and 13, 1946 March 7
Physical Description: 3 discs 
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, End of Time
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, WMGM Recording Studies, 1950 May 16
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Parts 3 and 4, 1946 March 7
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   1
“America Marches On,” and “Mr. Martin Comes Home” / by Dore Schary
Disc Box   1
Farewell Radio Address of King Edward VII of England
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Parts 1 and 2, 1946 March 7
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   1
“Happy Birthday” to Dore Schary from Don Allen and Shep, 1946
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, Part 5, 1950 May 16
Disc Box   2
Take the High Ground, Vocal and Band/Funeral-West Coast for Paul Small
Disc Box   2
Academy Award 1946, Part 16, 1946 March 7
Disc Box   2
Dore Schary, Part 6, 1950 May 16
Disc Box   2
People Are Friendly - Interviews
Disc Box   2
Judy Garland's 21st Birthday, Parts 1-3, 1943 June 11
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   2
Kurt Weill's Huckleberry Finn
Disc Box   2
Hedda Hopper, 1942 March 25
Disc Box   2
Campobello, Memories Overture
Disc Box   2
Act One, Main Title and Closing
Disc Box   2
Job 77727, Dore Schary
Disc Box   2
“Sixteen Hours,” 1956 February 16
Disc Box   2
Dore Schary, “For Special Occasions,” interviews on Casper Citron Show
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   2
The Moss Hart Party, 1959 October 23
Disc Box   2
The State of American Society, CBS-TV, 1960 June 4
Disc Box   2
The Stevenson Wit
Disc Box   2
Hollywood for Roosevelt, Part 3
Disc Box   2
B'Nai B'Rith, Dore Schary, Part 2, 1939 March 25
Disc Box   2
26 by Corwin, number 20, “The Human Angle,” 1941 September 21
Disc Box   2
Farmer's Daughter, Part 3, 1947 April 19
Disc Box   2
“Sleep My Child,” Lyric: George Brown, Music: Henry Vars
Disc Box   2
Farmer's Daughter, Part 1 and 2, 1947 April 19
Disc Box   2
Theme no. 1, “Next Voice,” 1950 March 14
Disc Box   2
Bar Mitzvah of Jeb Schary, 1953 October
Disc Box   2
Set “B” Dore Schary, Part 1-4, 1950 November 17
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   3
“Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor at Home,” Parts 1, and 2, 1941 February 8
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   3
Ralph Rainger and Leo Robbins, Parts 1-4
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Disc Box   3
“Sunrise at Campobello”
Disc Box   3
Campobello-MT and Scene 3453-5/Memories Overture
Disc Box   3
Echoes of a King's Story
Disc Box   3
Mario Lanza, Parts 1-7
Physical Description: 4 discs 
Disc Box   3
“I Don't Want No More Army Life”/“Bless 'Em All,” 1952 January 3
Disc Box   3
Concerto, Parts B and C
Physical Description: 2 discs 
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“La Bambo,” Played under direction of Leopold Stokowski, 1937 January 7
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“Milk Spot” from “Name It and Claim It,” 1945 January 15
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Kenyon and Eckhart
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Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Guest: Dore Schary, 1950 June 18
Physical Description: 2 discs 
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Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Guest: Dore Schary, 1950 September 25
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Academy Award, 1946, Parts 9 and 10, 1946 March 7
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Audio discs: Jimmy Durante songs?
Physical Description: 2 discs 
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Norman Corman presents, “The Lonesome Train” / by Earl Robinson and Millard Lampell with Raymond Massey as A. Lincoln, Burl Ives (principal singer), Lynn Murray (conductor of orchestra and chorus)
Physical Description: 3 discs; Presto Glass Base 
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B'Nai B'Rith, Dore Schary, Part 1, 1939 March 25
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“Next Voice,” Theme by Dore Schary, Organ version, 1950 February 28
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“Sleep My Child,” Sung by Dennis Day and Choir
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Maggie McNellis Show, WNBC, Dore Schary Guest
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Dore Schary, Un-American Activities Committee Hearing, 1947 October 29 and October 31
Physical Description: 2 discs 
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Dore Schary, Parts 1-3, 4, 7-10, 1950 May 16
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Dore Schary, “This I Believe,” 1952 February 1
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Dore Schary, “America Marches On, ” “Mr. Martin Comes Home,” Parts 1, 3, Radio Station KFWB, 1939 January 13
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Dore Schary, Everett Sloane, No Title, 1940 January 30
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Dore Schary testimony, Parts 1-8, undated
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Cantata for Dore's 50th Birthday. Words, music and accompaniment by Richard Edens, 1955 August 30
Physical Description: 2 copies 
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“26 by Corwin,” “The Human Angle,” Sides 1, 3, 4, 6, 1942 September 21
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Testimonial Dinner for Don Hartman, Parts 1-4, 1951 March 10
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Barry Gray Show, WMCA, Parts 1-2, 1959 November 5
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Barry Gray Show, WMCA, Parts 1-3, 1957 December 16
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The National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Public Service Announcements, 1959
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“The Legend,” read by Victor Borge at the Inaugural Dinner for the Establishment of “Thanks to the Danes” Scholarship Foundation, undated
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American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, Annual Reception and Dinner, Sides 1-6, 1957 November 26
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Third Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Award Dinner, 1965 April 12
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“This Is Your Life, Dear Adlai,” Sides 1-4
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Adlai Stevenson in Conversation with Arnold Michaels, 1956 June 19
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“Adlai Stevenson, The Man, The Candidate, The Statesman, A Portrait Through Excerpts From His Most Memorable Speeches”
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“'Mr. President,' from FDR to Eisenhower. The actual voices of the men who have made our history from 1933 to 1953.” Edited and narrated by James Fleming
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Profile of a Motion Picture. The People of “Lonelyhearts” in conversation with Arnold Michaels
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Harold Rome, Zulu and the Zayda, (soundtrack)
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Arthur Fiedler's Favorites, Marching in Review
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Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Sides 3 and 4, 1955 May 21
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Linda Hopkins, “Me and Bessie” “Sixteen Hours,” 1956 February 16 and 19
Physical Description: 2 discs 
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Dore Schary, The Old Fall River Line Fox Trot Orchestra, courtesy of Abbey Rentz, occasional accompaniment John St. John and The Shoeless Three
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Barry Gray Show, WMCA, January 30, 1958; Critic at Large, Leon Pearson, NBC radio; Night Beat, Bryon Bentley, WARD, 1958 January 30
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Yiddishe Chestuskes (Cherniafsky), Aaron Lebedeff orchestra accompaniment
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Bob Hope, Look Magazine Award, Dore Schary, 1948 February 3
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“Dori Sherry” [sic]
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Dore Schary, “I'll Be Seeing You”
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Kaye-Andrews, “Civilization”
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Hollywood for Stevenson-Sparkman, “Adlai E. Stevenson Telephones the Voter on Election Eve”
Physical Description: 2 copies 
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Wald, Jerry, “Now Is the Hour”
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Carl Sandburg's 79th Birthday, Part 1, 1957 January 6
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Dore Schary, John Wingate, “Night Beat,” WARD, 1958 February 5
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John Barrymore, “Shakespeare's Hamlet - To Be or Not To Be”
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“Cook”(?), (no artist mentioned), 1945 January 31
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Feigele Panitz and Erno Neufeld, Cradle Song; Feigele Panitz and Sylvis Neufeld, Folk Humor
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Richard Rodgers, “You Took Advantage of Me,” “Do I Hear You Saying 'I Love You,'” “My Heart Stood Still,” “Thou Swell”
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Concerto, Parts A and C, RKO 592 (no artist mentioned)
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Kaye-Andrews, “Down the Road”
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Kaye-Andrews, “Bread and Butter”
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Kaye-Andrews, “Blue Tail Fly”
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Bing Crosby with Al Newman's Orchestra, “I'm Saving A Dime (Out of Every Dollar). ” Dinah Shore with Al Newman's Orchestra, “I'm Saving A Dime (Out of Every Dollar)”
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Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, “I Have Eyes,” “The Funny Old Hills”
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Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, “It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day,” “Bluebirds in the Moonlight”
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Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra, “I Hear A Dream” “It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day”
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Lillian Schary (no title)
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Lillian Schary-Vocals, Ralph Rainger-Piano, “Easy Living,” “Night and Day”
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Personal Recording Studios, Letter to Schary from unidentified actor in “Chinatown Squad” (1935 film)
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Taylor and Sullivan, “Epilogue of Love”
Physical Description: 2 copies 
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“The Hartmans,” 1938 April 6
Physical Description: copy 3? 
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The Barton Brothers, “Cock-eyed Jenny,” “Minnie the Flapper”
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Billy Hodes, “Essen,” Parts 1 and 2
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FDR Speech, 1941 December 8
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Jimmy Fiedler(?), How To Aid Returning World War II Veterans
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Dore and Miriam Schary, Sylvia and Leonard Lyons, Moss Hart, Conversation and Playlets
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Greetings, New York World's Fair
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“The Hartmans,” 1938 April 16
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Unidentified
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“Epilogue to Love,” Parts 8 and 9
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“Riding to Win,” Parts 6 and 7
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“Gangster,” Parts 6 and 7
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“The Adventures of Ellery Queen,” WABC, Parts 1 and 2, 1939 October 15
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“For Dore with Love from Sam, Ken, Paul,” Ken Roberts Audition
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Dore Schary, “Headlines on Parade,” KNX, Parts 1 and 2, 1939 March 27
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“I'll be Seeing You”(?), unidentified female vocalist with chorus
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Memorial Album to George Gershwin, recorded 1938 July 10
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Joy Schary
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“Number 1 Drama Spot - Maxwell Show,” 1938 February 3
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“Battleground,” main title and end title, disc number 2, “Dore Schary,” 1949 August 9
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WMGM Recording Studios, interview by George H. Combs, World Premiere of “Battleground,” 1949 November 10, Dore Schary and Mayor Wm. O'Dwyer
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“Easy Living,” sung by Lillian Schary, piano - Ralph Rainger
Physical Description: 2 copies 
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“September in the Rain,” sung by Lillian Schary, piano - Ralph Rainger
Physical Description: 2 copies 
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“Falling in Love,” A Joy Schary Original, 1950 February 16
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“Inside U.S.A.” (1948), lyrics - Howard Dietz, music - Arthur Schwartz
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“A Connecticut Yankee” (1943 revival), lyrics - Lorenz Hart, music - Richard Rodgers
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“Arden and Ohman (1925-1933)”
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“I Can Hear It Now . . .,” volume 2, by Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly, 1945-1949: “a continuing chronicle of the years following the close of World War II up to the present time, told in the authentic sounds and voices of the men who made history,” copyright 1949
Physical Description: Sides 1-10 
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Rodgers and Hart, 1927-1942
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Hollywood for Stevenson, “Stevenson Bandwagon Album”
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“The Confederacy,” music - Richard Bales, essays by Bruce Catton and Clifford Dowdey