Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collected consists of the papers of Whitney LeBlanc from 1956-2009, including correspondence, printed material, writings, and audiovisual material. Also included are drafts and slides documenting LeBlanc's set designs. Writings include LeBlanc's theses, plays, screenplays, television and film proposals, and speeches. Printed material includes programs and reviews from his various productions. Audiovisual material includes recordings of the programs that LeBlanc directed, such as OUR STREET and GOOD TIMES. Finally, the collection includes templates used for his stained glass work
University of California, Riverside
This collection contains television scripts and storyboards for the television series Alien Nation
University of California, Riverside
This collection is primarily comprised of press clippings, publications, correspondence, and other material pertaining to The X-Files television program, motion pictures, and official fan club. Includes action figures of characters Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, realia featuring The X-Files logo, and newsletters from The X-Files Official Fan Club. Also represented in the collection are press clippings, publications, and other material regarding the series' actors Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. Includes newsletters from the Official Gillian Anderson Web Site and press clippings of interviews with David Duchovny
University of California, Riverside
Ben Maddow was a Columbia University educated screenwriter and documentarian from the 1930's through the 1970's. This collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, scripts, magazines, photographs, and other artifacts related to Maddow's personal life and professional career
University of Oregon
Collection comprises papers of American screenwriter and producer Richard Collins and includes motion picture scripts, scenarios, screen plays, outlines and treatments by Collins and others; television scripts, including scripts for the Breaking point and Chrysler theatre series; and professional correspondence. Major correspondents are Marjorie Cantor, Frank Dorsey, Arnaud d'Usseau and Ned Russell
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
International fashion consultant, educator, lecturer, columnist, producer of fashion shows, and radio/TV personality, Albert founded the Academie Moderne, a modeling and finishing school in Boston, Mass., in 1936. She was also co-director of the Hart Model Agency, presented lectures and television and radio interviews on fashion, and produced and coordinated fashion shows in Boston and nationally. She was married to James Albert, a lawyer; they had two daughters and a son
Southern Methodist University - DeGolyer Library
This collection is comprised of scripts and drafts of 42 episodes of Gunsmoke, the longest running western series on television. Also included are scripts for unaired episodes, writer Charles Stone's contracts and correspondence, and one draft of a pilot for a Gunsmoke spin-off, entitled "The Old Town." Gunsmoke, starring James Arness, was televised on CBS from 1955-1975
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Jeb Rosebrook papers, 1971-2001, include several drafts of "Hanta Yo"--Dialogue outlines and scripts with extensive revision notes by Rosebrook and other participants of the Warner Brothers production team. The story traces the coming of age of a young Lakota Sioux warrior as he rises to the challenges of manhood. The drama of mini-series reflects detailed portrayals of tribal domestic life, rituals, dances, and religious beliefs. Attitudes toward war with other Native tribes as well as the advancing white culture are incorporated into the plot. The mini-series was also titled "Winter Count," "Legend of the Mysterious Warrior," and "Mystic Warrior" as drafts were revised in 1981 and 1982. Scene and sequence outline drafts also have frequent marginal notation by Rosebrook, the director, and some members of the film crew. Of particular note is correspondence from Lakota Indian tribesman in response to Rosebrook's scripts in an effort to improve the historic and cultural accuracy of ... Read More
Columbia University
Correspondence, manuscripts, playscripts, screenplays, diaries, documents, contracts, financial records, photographs, phonograph records, motion pictures, playbills, posters, sheet music, cartoons, art work, memorabilia, scrapbooks, and printed materials. -- The collection consists chiefly of correspondence and production files relating to the creation, production, and performance of their works for stage, screen, radio, and television, such as LEAVE IT TO ME and KISS ME KATE (with music by Cole Porter), BOY MEETS GIRL, and MY THREE ANGELS. Correspondence (with twentieth century authors, playwrights, musicians, political figures, and actors) includes: George Abbott, Jean Arthur, Bennett Cerf, Katharine Cornell, Jo Davidson, George and Ira Gershwin, Alec Guinness, W. Averell Harriman, Lilli Lehmann, Mary Martin, Laurence Olivier, Mary Pickford, Cole Porter, Regina Resnick, Eleanor Roosevelt, Robert E. Sherwood, Lincoln Steffens, Kurt Weill, Rebecca West, and Thornton Wilder. There is ... Read More
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence/research files including correspondence relating to the Hebrew Union College Monthly and nearprint relating to Father Charles Coughlin and writings varying from papers submitted to Hebrew Union College and Columbia University to a television Passover script -- Includes material relating to Greenberg's service in New Rochelle, N.Y., Boston, Mass., and California


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