Willson Monarch Laboratory Records, 1889-1966

Container Title
Series: Diaries, Speeches, Appointment Calendars, Notes, and Other Personal Papers
Box   33
Folder   1
Biographical Sketches and Data
Address Books and Directories
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Folder   2
Address Books, circa 1954-1955
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Folder   3
Telephone and Address Directory, circa 1954
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Folder   4-6
Foreign Address Directories, 1960, 1962, undated, London Addresses, , 1960-1961, Egyptian Address Book, , 1962
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Folder   7
Application and Supporting Documents for Army Commission, 1942
Appointment Calendars
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Folder   8
1921
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Folder   9
Pocket Calendars and Diaries, 1922, 1923, 1934
Note: Blank books discarded.
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Folder   10
Calendar and Diary, 1932
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Folder   11
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1939, 1940, 1947
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Folder   12
1941
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Folder   13
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1945, 1946, 1953, 1956-1958
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Folder   14
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1948, 1949, 1955
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Folder   15
1949
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Folder   16
Staff (Marie Kirchner?) Appointment Calendar, 1949
Note: Blank pages discarded.
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Folder   17
1951
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Folder   18
Kept by Staff, 1951
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Folder   19
1952
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Folder   20
1954
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Folder   21
Pocket Appointment Calendar, 1954
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Folder   22
Calendar and Diary, (Kept by Wanger), 1957
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Folder   1
Kept by Staff, 1957
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Folder   2
Kept by Wanger, 1958
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Folder   3
Kept by Staff, 1958
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Folder   4
October 1959-September 1960
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Folder   5
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1959, 1960, 1962
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Folder   6
Kept by Staff, 1960
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Folder   7
Pocket Appointment Calendar, 1961
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Folder   8
Kept by Staff, May-August 1961
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Folder   9
Kept by Staff, August-December 1962
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Folder   10
1963, 1965
Appointments, Memoranda, and Notes
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Folder   11
Notes, 1949
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Folder   12
Notes and Memoranda, 1952-1956
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Folder   13-19
Notes, 1957-1966
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Folder   20
Notes, undated
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Folder   21
Certificates and Awards, 1914-1964
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Folder   22
Memorabilia, 1918-1936, undated
Personal Diaries
Box   35
Folder   1-14
1927, 1928, 1930(?), 1931, 1933, 1937, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, September-December 1960, 1961, 1962
Note: Annotated by Wanger and Attorneys for Lawsuit Against 20th Century-Fox.
Box   36
Folder   1-3
1963-1965
Micro 966
Portions of Diaries Microfilmed by Wanger's Attorneys for Wanger's Lawsuit Against Twentieth Century-Fox, 1962
Note: For other diaries, see Walter Wanger's Diary and My Life with Cleopatrafiles (Box 71-72) and CleopatraLawsuit Files (Box 74).
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Portion Labeled A, September 30-December 31, 1958
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Portion Labeled H, September 30-December 31, 1958
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Portion Labeled B, December 29, 1958-January 1960
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Portion Labeled C, December 10, 1959-May 9, 1960(kept by Francine Fitch)
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Portion Labeled D, January 8-April 30, 1960
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Portion Labeled G, September 21-December 31, 1960
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Portion Labeled E, January 1-December 31, 1961
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Portion Labeled F, January 1-December 31, 1962
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Portion Labeled I, January 1, 1959-January 17, 1960
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Portion Labeled J, January 1, 1960-January 15, 1961
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Portion Labeled K, January 1, 1961-January 8, 1962
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Portion Labeled L, January 1, 1962-January 8, 1963
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January 22-December 31, 1962
U.S. Mss 136AN
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Folder   4
Medical Records
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Folder   4A
Passports, 1933, 1946, 1953
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Folder   4B
Personal Papers and Correspondence, Early, 1908-1920, undated
Micro 1042
Microfilmed Scrapbooks and Newspaper Clippings
Note: Originals discarded after filming.
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Scrapbook of Clippings about the play Purple Slipperand the Philadelphia Theatre (formerly the Little Theatre), October 1919
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Famous Players-Lasky Corporation Clippings, May 1921
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Covent Garden Opera House and Rivoli Cinema, November 1921-October 1922
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Provincial Cinematograph Theatres (PCT), 1923
General Clippings
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1938-1940, 1944
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1946-1947, 1952-1959
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VarietyClippings, 1961-1963
Scope and Content Note: Material concerning Cleopatra, Spyros Skouras, and Twentieth-Century Fox, slightly annotated by Wanger, apparently for his lawsuit.
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Miscellaneous Press Releases and Articles
U.S. Mss 136AN
Speeches
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Folder   5
List of Speeches
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Folder   6
“Films as Foreign Offices,” December 10, 1921
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Folder   7
“Associated Film Audiences,” Fall 1938
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Folder   8
“The Wherefore of Movie Ills,” November 17, 1938
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Folder   9
“What is America's Greatest Need Today,” December 29, 1938
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Folder   10
“Don Forbes' Hollywood Scrapbook,” January 6, 1938
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Folder   11
Box Office, re: movie Blockade, January 7, 1939
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Folder   12
Town Meeting, February 20, 1939
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Folder   13
“A New Hollywood,” February 26, 1939
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Folder   14
American Library Association, June 23, 1939
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Folder   15
“The Stars Call Them Leeches,” September 9, 1939
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Folder   16
Fidler v. Wanger and Wanger v. Fidler, Sept.-Oct. 1939
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Folder   17
“120,000 American Ambassadors,” October 1939
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Folder   18
Academy Speech, February 29, 1940
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Folder   19
“Social Significance of the Motion Picture,” April 1, 1940
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Folder   20
“The Role of the Motion Picture in Inter-American Understanding,” August 1, 1940
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Folder   21
“The High Morale of Free Men,” November 24, 1940
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Folder   22
Round Table, University of Chicago, December 22, 1940
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Folder   23
Theatre Arts, post 1940
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Folder   24
Pasadena Civic Auditorium, January 9, 1941
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Folder   25
“Motion Pictures - An Avenue of Pan-American Understanding,” January 16, 1941
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Folder   26
Town Meeting, March 3, 1941
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Folder   27
“Streamlining Motion Pictures to Meet a Crisis,” March 28, 1941
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Folder   28
Academy Awards Dinner, 1941
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Folder   29
Variety Club Seventh Annual Convention, May 1941
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Folder   30
“An Open Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt,” August 2, 1941
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Folder   31
“The Role of Movies in Morale,” November 1941
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Folder   32
“Censorship and Propaganda in Motion Pictures,” Saturday Review of Literature, circa 1941
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Folder   33
Walter Winchell Guest Column, circa 1941
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Folder   34
“Propaganda in Films,” January 26, 1942
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Folder   35
Academy Speech, February 26, 1942
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Folder   36
Anniversary Address, KFWB Radio, March 19, 1942
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Folder   37
“Against Isolationism,” March 20, 1942
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Folder   38
Variety Club Pan-American Night, April 6, 1942
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Folder   39
United Nations Luncheon, May 12, 1942
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Folder   40
“Is the United States All-Out for War?” September 17, 1942
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Folder   41
“Movies - The War and After,” September 18, 1942
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Folder   42
Earl Warren Broadcast, October 16, 1942
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Folder   43
“Upheaval in Hollywood,” Correspondence, 1942
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Folder   44
“OWI and Motion Pictures,” Spring 1943
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Folder   45
“The Motion Picture and the Fight for Freedom,” June 25, 1943
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Folder   46
“Hollywood, U.S.A.,” USA Magazine, 1943
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Folder   47
“The Movie of Tomorrow,” circa 1943
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Folder   48
Writers Congress, 1943
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Folder   49
“Post-War Is Now,” June 16, 1944
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Folder   50
Campaign Speeches for Roosevelt, 1944
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Folder   51
Society of Motion Picture Engineers, May 14, 1945
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Folder   52
Michael Sheridan, August 28, 1945
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Folder   53
Hollywood Survey, November 8, 1945
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Folder   54
“One + One = Two (Billions),” circa 1945
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Folder   55
Founder's Day, Denver, circa 1945
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Folder   56
“The Film Way,” post 1945
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Folder   57
“How We Did Our Own Specific Jobs - The Movies,” Article for Simon and Schuster, circa 1945
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Folder   58
“America's Secret Weapon,” circa World War II
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Folder   59
“How Free Do You Want to Be?,” circa World War II
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Folder   60
“Motion Pictures: A Force for International Cooperation,” post World War II
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Folder   61
On the Popularity of Westerns, February 26, 1946
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Folder   62
“Gun and Camera,” May 13, 1946
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Folder   63
Technicolor News and Views, June 1946
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Folder   64
Survey Associates Dinner, December 3, 1946
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Folder   65
Advertising Club Luncheon, April 21, 1947
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Folder   66
Clare Boothe Luce, May 1, 1947
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Folder   67
“United States Propaganda,” Fall 1947
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Folder   68
Letter to Gardner Cowles, December 24, 1947
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Folder   1
Reference File, 1947
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Folder   2
Wall Street Journal Article, August 1948
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Folder   3
Reference File, 1948
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Folder   4
“Tulsa” Speech, April 12, 1949
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Folder   5
Article re: George Orwell's 1984, July 1949
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Folder   6
Reference File, 1949
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Folder   7
“Donald Duck and World Diplomacy,” March 30, 1950
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Folder   8
“Wooden Shoes and Silken Slippers,” May 31, 1950
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Folder   9
28th Annual NIAA Conference, 1950
Disc 195A
No.   1
Council of Motion Picture Organizations Inc., July 26, 1951
U.S. Mss 136AN
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Folder   10
National Committee for Free Europe Inc., circa 1951
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Folder   11
Autobiographical Material and Appeals During Trial and Sentencing, May 1952
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Folder   12
“What I Learned in Prison,” October 1952
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Folder   13
“What I Found in Jail,” 1953
Note: See also Riot in Cell Block 11 Reference Files (Box 89-90).
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Folder   14-15
The Forward Look, June 1955
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Folder   16
American Booksellers Association, October 12, 1955
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Folder   17
Farmers Insurance Representatives, September 15, 1955
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Folder   18
Notes, Material for Speech (On the Movies?), 1956
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Folder   19
“Hollywood's Finest Hour,” March 3, 1958
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Folder   20
“Living in an International Goldfish Bowl,” May 8, 1959
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Folder   21
Reference File, 1950s
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Folder   22
“It's Here - The Knowledge Explosion,” January 5, 1964
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Folder   23
Dartmouth Address, June 1966
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Folder   24
“Back Seat Citizens,” undated
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Folder   25
“Children and the Theatre,” undated
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Folder   26
“Edison Defends the Machine Age,” undated
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Folder   27
Hollywood Reporter Annual, undated
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Folder   28
“How Free Do You Want to Be?,” undated
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Folder   29
“Important Fun,” G. Jones Interview of Wanger, undated
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Folder   30
Motion Picture Engineers, undated
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Folder   31
“Motion Pictures: A Force for International Cooperation,” undated
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Folder   32
Quigley Awards, undated
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Folder   33
For Adlai Stevenson, undated
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Folder   34
“What Is America's Greatest Need Today?,” undated
Box   37
Folder   35-36
World War I Scrapbook, Wanger's Dictated Notes (Transcription and Dictaphone Record); with Photos, Military Orders, Service Identification Card and Record, Volumes 1 and 2
Box   37
Folder   36A
World War I Enlistment Certificate, 1917; Pass; Officer's Record Book
Yearbooks
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Folder   37
Cascadilla Prep School, 1909
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Folder   37A
Cascadilla Prep School Athletic Letter Certificates, 1909, 1911
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Folder   38
Dartmouth College, 1914
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Folder   1
Dartmouth College, 1915