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Radio Scripts Collection

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Manuscripts Division
Department of Rare Books and Special Collections
Princeton University Library
2002


Box Range
1 Arch Oboler's Plays; The Eternal Light (Dec. 24, 1944 - Nov. 24, 1946 [incomplete])
2 Miscellaneous
3 Cavalcade of America Scripts Broadcast: Index, script no. 128-172 (Mar. 30, 1938 - January 1940)
4 Cavalcade of America Scripts Broadcast: script no. 173-200 (Feb. 6 - Nov. 13, 1940)
5 Cavalcade of America Scripts Broadcast: script no. 201-234 (Nov. 20, 1940 - July 7, 1941)
6 Cavalcade of America Scripts Broadcast: script no. 235-278 (July 14, 1941 - May 11, 1942)
7 Cavalcade of America Scripts Broadcast: script no. 282-312 (May 25, 1942 - Jan. 4, 1943)
8 Cavalcade of America Scripts Broadcast: script no. 313-343 (Jan. 11 - Aug. 9, 1943)
9 Cavalcade of America Scripts Broadcast: script no. 344-377 (Aug. 16, 1943 - Apr. 3, 1944)
10 Cavalcade of America Revision of Scripts: script no. 168-184
11 Cavalcade of America Revision of Scripts: script no. 199-215
12 Cavalcade of America Revision of Scripts: script no. 216-231
13 Cavalcade of America Revision of Scripts: script no. 216-231
14 Cavalcade of America Revision of Scripts: script no. 232-244, 246, 257, 260
15 Cavalcade of America Revision of Scripts: script no. 275, 281, 285, 301-302, 304-306, 309, 311, 317, 321-323, 325-326, 332, 335, and Status Report
16 A Woman Looks at the World of Books: script no. 207-232, 239-270
17 Books and Authors: script no. 112, 144-175
18 The Goldbergs: Apr. 5-16, 19-30; July 12-23; Oct. 1-15, 1943
19 For This We Fight: script no. 1-13
Cavalcade of America Announcement of Broadcasts: script no. 328-358
Writers' War Board Publications: July 1942 - Apr. 1943
Twelve Crowded Months: The Story of 1942
Plays for Americans: script no. 1-20
The Bookman Radio Program: script no. 185-200
Aspects of a World at War: Radio Forum of Louisiana State University
20 The Treasury Star Parade: script no. 167-288
21 The Treasury Star Parade: script no. 3-166
22 Aspects of Democracy: The Defense Lecture Series of Louisiana State University
To the President: script no. 1-11 (Oct. 8 - Dec. 20, 1943)
When a Girl Marries: May 24-28, 1943
Pepper Young's Family: Apr. 26-30, 1943
Our Secret Weapon: script no. 1-62 (incomplete) (Aug. 9, 1942 - Oct. 8, 1943)
23 Books and Authors: script no. 176-258, 260-301 (July 109, 1944 - Jan. 27, 1947)
24 What's New in Books: script no. 1-105 (Jan. 14, 1945 - Jan. 19, 1947)
25 Beyond Victory: program no. 121, 130, 137-139, 142-172 (1945-1946)
26 DuPont Cavalcade of America: A - Ci
27 DuPont Cavalcade of America: Cl - F
28 DuPont Cavalcade of America: G - L
29 DuPont Cavalcade of America: M - P
30 DuPont Cavalcade of America: R - S
31 DuPont Cavalcade of America: T - V
32 DuPont Cavalcade of America: W - Z
33 Party Line; Prairie Folks
34 Scripts, Stories, Synopses, etc.
35 Misc. Scripts:
1. "At Perkins Corner," a rural radio comedy in three acts by Bruce
Rinaldo.
2. "Daniel Boone," in four acts. First National Radio Productions Ltd.
3. "Davy Crockett." First National Radio Productions Ltd.
4. Alexander Korda presents "Drums" with Sabu. Radio dramatization.
Released thru United Artists.
5. "Forty nine" in five acts. First National Radio Productions Ltd.
Lorin J. Howard Copyright Features.
6. "More to be pitied than scorned." Columbia Broadcasting System. Hank
Simmons Showboat, Wednesday, March 26, 1930, 11:00 to 12:00 Mid.
7. "Prairie folks," Episode # 4 by Lynne Thompson. National Broadcasting
Company. March 27, 1940.
8. "This freedom." Radio script written for the New Jersey League of
Women Voters as their radio contribution to the anniversary of the Bill
of Rights. Directed by Mrs. Herbert [Marguerite] McAneny; given over
station in Trenton, about Jan. 1942.
9. "Wild Bill." First National Radio Productions Ltd.
10. Fragment of radio script, with Dottie Gibson and Bill [?].
Advertisement for Gaxton's wardrobe shop in Baltimore, Md.
11. General Foods Company - Jello Program, starring Jack Benny. Feb. 10,
1935.
12.  General Foods Company - Jello Program, starring Jack Benny. April
7, 1935.
36 Misc. Materials. See detail here
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