The Robert Blees Productions Papers consist of: Film treatments and screenplays written by Blees and other screenwriters including Casey Robinson, Oscar Saul and Joseph Stefano; produced and unproduced television scripts; other writings of Robert Blees such as short stories and a novelette
Collection contains mainly scripts written by Ward along with outlines, treatments and miscellaneous other materials, for the radio program "Big Town" and the television programs "Ben Casey," "Ellery Queen," "The Fugitive," "The Millionaire," "Rawhide," "The Virginian," and many others
The Robert Stabler papers contain files regarding the production of the western television series "Death Valley Days". There are production and script files for each show from the eighth season (1959) to the eighteenth (1970). Writers files for accepted and rejected writers with scripts, correspondence, and notes are included, as are music credits, a small amount of production correspondence, and other miscellaneous materials. There are also story ideas for television pilots (1956-1970)
The bulk of the Irve Tunick papers are his scripts and story ideas from the various shows that he worked on in the 1940s through the early 1970s. The most abundant script sets in the collection are, "Armstrong Circle Theatre," "Studio One," "Towards a Better World," and "The World is Yours.".
Collection contains mainly scripts for television and motion pictures written or produced by Wald along with correspondence, cast sheets, shooting schedules, research notes and reviews for the television program "Daktari," the motion pictures "Al Capone," "The Boy Who Owned an Elephant," "The Dark Past," "The Naked City" and many others (1940-1966); script for the play "Father Was President"; professional correspondence (1958-1967); and speeches
The collection consists mainly of television scripts written by Coon with accompanying outlines and treatments. There are also a small amount of correspondence, screenplays, a play and miscellaneous other writings of Coon's including a memoir of the television series "Star Trek," authored by fellow "Star Trek" writer David Gerrold
Collection contains 7 pieces of correspondence (1946-1962); legal agreements between Tazewell and book and record companies for "The Littlest Angel" and "The Littlest Snowman" (1949-1962); 1 photograph of Tazewell with Ford; the script for the television special "The Story of Christmas"; lyrics for the song "The Littlest Angel"; newspaper clippings; and miscellaneous other writings
Collection contains manuscripts (originals and copies) of Martin Caidin's non-fiction books, including "The Ragged, Rugged Warriors" and "Kill Devil Hill". Collection also contains manuscripts (originals and copies) of a number of Caidin's novels, including "Marooned", "Anytime, Anywhere", "Cyborg", and "Beamriders". Collection also holds Caidin's personal and business correspondence, subject files (which contain correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, and notes), galley proofs of Caidin's books (including "Beamriders"), unpublished manuscripts written by Caidin, and unproduced motion picture and television screenplays written by Caidin. A few unidentified photographs, miscellaneous clippings and printed materials, and a scrapbook of articles written by Caidin for "Air News" and "Air Tech" are in this collection as well