Radio -- Archival resources
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of English actor Brian Aherne (1902-1986) scripts, papers, and newspaper clipping related to productions that he performed in. Aherne was in both English and United States movies, stage plays, radio shows, and television series from the 1920s to the 1960s.
This collection consists chiefly of materials related to the acting career of American actor Charles Bickford (1891-1967), covering the period 1925 to 1967. Materials include stills, magazine and newspaper clippings and publicity, and programs and ephemera from Bickford's work in plays, film, television, and radio.
Collection consists of acetate recordings of The Life of Riley radio show, from 1944 to 1951, from screenwriter Irving Brecher (1914-2008).
This collection contains the papers of American actress Billie Burke (1885-1970) including 50 radio scripts, 3 television scripts, lobby cards for three films (1917-1919), press clippings, three scrapbooks, and photographs including personal photographs and 240 production stills from films.
This collection contains correspondence, scripts, scores, playbills, scrapbooks, and a variety of production files related to the stage and film career of Gladys Cooper (1888-1971).
This collection contains the papers of American television and film actor Don DeFore (1913-1993). Materials include 31 screenplays, 9 reels of TV film, 16 radio transcriptions of late 1940s programs. Also included are movie magazines, publicity materials, playbills, pressbooks, clippings, photos, business papers and personal items. Collection covers the years 1947-1967.
Research archive for a history of AFRS activity during World War II. The military radio service broadcast news and entertainment by shortwave wherever U.S. forces were engaged.
This collection consists of radio, film, and television actor Andy Devine's (1905-1977) scripts for "The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" from 1951-1957, as well as Devine's collection of vinyl LP records.
This collection includes the administrative records and audio recordings related to the listener supported classical music radio station, KUSC.