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Ruth Clark papers,

Title
Ruth Clark papers, 1933-1934 and undated.
Author
Clark, Ruth Lucile.

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Box 1Mixed materialSupervised useRequest*T-Mss 1976-008 Box 1Offsite

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Description
1 box
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Photographs.
  • Radio scripts.
  • Window cards.
Note
  • Some scripts formerly cataloged as CTR 317 and CTR 1601.
Biography (note)
  • Writer and producer for radio, Ruth Clark Lucas was born in Colorado circa 1900, but spent her professional years in Hollywood, California.
Contents
f. 1 The Ghost of Time and other radio ideas and partial scripts -- f. 2 Humpty-Dumpty and Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee by James Russell McCarthy -- f. 3 Ivanhoe -- f. 4 The King's Highway -- f. 5 Kismet (synopsis) -- f. 6 Liebestraum -- f. 7 Musings -- f. 8 Nod-Land -- f. 9 The Phantom Kaid -- f. 10 The Red Room by H. G. Wells, dramatized by James Burton -- f. 11 Robin Hood by Bernard McConville (multiple scripts) -- f. 12 Schultz' Gardens -- f. 13 Song of Araby by Bernard McConville (multiple scripts) -- f. 14 Trobiand, the Adventurer by Bernard McConville (multiple scripts) -- f. 15 Photos (family groups) -- f. 16 Photos (Emma Clark, mother of Ruth) -- f. 17 Photos (Ruth Clark) -- f. 18 Photo plates (Ruth and sister Evalyn Clark) -- f. 19 Photo plates (Ruth Clark and unidentified relative) -- f. 20 Photos (Zhey Clark Moor, aka Evalyn Clark) -- f. 21 Autographed photo of vaudeville comedian Chic Sale (also known as Charles Sale) -- f. 22 Photo of Gayne Whitman -- f. 23 Window cards.
Call Number
*T-Mss 1976-008
OCLC
138563467
Author
Clark, Ruth Lucile.
Title
Ruth Clark papers, 1933-1934 and undated.
Summary
Collection contains scripts, synopses and program descriptions by Clark, with some handwritten notations, for episodes of MUSINGS, ROBIN HOOD, SONG OF ARABY, TROBRIAND, THE ADVENTURER, and other radio shows, as well as some handwritten material on casts and expenses. Also contains photographs of Ruth Clark and her sister and one of Gayne Whitman, star of Trobriand as well as two window cards for the silent films The Decorator and His Wife's Caller.
Biography
Writer and producer for radio, Ruth Clark Lucas was born in Colorado circa 1900, but spent her professional years in Hollywood, California. She worked for Radioart Guild of America under the name of Ruth Clark and used pseudonyms for her writing.
Added Author
Witzel.
Fabris, Alfred.
Cleveland, Porter S.
McCarthy, John Russell, 1889-
Burton, James.
McConville, Bernard.
Research Call Number
*T-Mss 1976-008
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