Guide to the Records of the Waa-Mu Show

Collection Title: Records of the Waa-Mu Show
Dates: 1929-1992
Identification: 52/1
Creator: Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Waa-Mu Show
Extent: 45 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: Northwestern's Waa-Mu Show, the musical revue that helped to launch the careers of dozens of Broadway and Hollywood performers, has been a campus tradition since 1929. The goal of the annual show is to celebrate all aspects of musical theater and highlight the talents of undergraduate student performers. The Records of the Waa-Mu Show are organized chronologically by year and listed under the name of the show for each year. The files typically include correspondence, thank you and congratulatory letters, press releases, publicity, advertising, promotions, forms, receipts and general materials. Some years also include scripts, audition records, and librettos.
Acquisition Information: Unknown.
Conditions Governing Access: None.
Related Materials: See Also: Kirk W. Morledge, To the Memories: A History of the Northwestern University Waa-Mu Show, 1929-1980 (Evanston: Northwestern University, 1980) Cross References: Series 52/2: Records of the Dean of Special Events Joe W. Miller (1906-1979), 1929-1976, and the Joe W. Miller Biographical File in the Reading Room of the University Archives.
Repository: Northwestern University Archives
Deering Library, Room 110
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston, IL, 60208-2300
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives
Email: archives@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3354

Biographical/Historical Information

Northwestern's Waa-Mu Show, the musical revue that helped to launch the careers of dozens of Broadway and Hollywood performers, has been a campus tradition since 1929. The goal of the annual show is to celebrate all the aspects of musical theater and highlight the talents of undergraduate student performers.

In 1929, as a senior, Northwestern student Joseph W. Miller and his classmate Darrell Ware wrote the script and staged the college musical comedy that became “The Waa-Mu Show,” the first coeducational college musical show. Waa-Mu was a combined production of the Women's Athletic Association (WAA) and the Men's Union (MU.) The WAA” had been staging popular all-female musical comedies since 1912; the “MU” had presented less successful all-male comic operas for a number of years. Both men's and women's shows had been losing money and Miller and Ware raised $1,200 by borrowing $5 a piece from interested students to finance the first show.

The premiere show that Miller and Ware collaborated on, “Good Morning Glory,” was such a smash that the Daily    Northwestern wrote, “Campus interest is the highest yet for any single dramatic activity in University history.” The glowing review prompted the producers to begin formulating and writing the following year's show.

When the annual Waa-Mu show became a “hit,” it attracted the most talented students on campus. Walter Kerr was the principal writer for the 1936 revue entitled “It Goes to Show.” Kerr eventually became a theatre critic for the New York Times. Famous personalities who have participated in past Waa-Mu shows have included Claude Atkins, Warren Beatty, Karen Black, Nancy Dussault, Sheldon Harnick, Heather Headley, Carol Lawrence, Cloris Leachman, Paul Lynde, Ann-Margaret, Charlotte Rae, Tony Randall, and former Miss America Kate Shindle.

After graduating in 1929, Joe Miller stayed at Northwestern to do graduate work in personnel administration, and Darrell Ware headed to Hollywood to write screenplays. In 1931 Northwestern president Walter Dill Scott offered Miller a position on the university's staff as Freshman Advisor and Waa-Mu Director. Waa-Mu went on hiatus during the World War II years, but was re-launched in 1946. Miller directed the Waa-Mu Show until 1975; his last show was “Quick Change.” He retired on August 31, 1975 and died in 1979. Tom Roland succeeded Miller as the second director of the Waa-Mu productions in 1976.

The Waa-Mu Show continues to serve as an important launching pad for many of the University's most talented performers, and is still billed as “the greatest college show in America,” drawing large and loyal audiences.

–Text adapted from “Waa-Mu: Northwestern's long-running version of Star Search,” by Judy Moore, Northwestern Observer (“Historic Moments” series) v. 16, no. 21, March 29, 2001

Scope and Content

The Records of the Waa-Mu Show date from 1929 to 1973, representing years when Joe Miller directed the productions. The files typically include correspondence, thank you letters and congratulatory letters, press releases, publicity, advertising, promotions as well as forms, receipts and general materials. Some years also include scripts, audition records, and librettos.

Arrangement of Materials

Records are organized chronologically by year and listed under the name of the show for each year.

Subjects

Corporate Name

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Waa-Mu Show--History

Subjects

College students--Illinois--Evanston--Societies and clubs

Musicals


Container List / Contents

  • “Good Morning Glory”, 1929
    • ScriptBox 1, Folder 1
    • Financial StatementBox 1, Folder 2
    • LyricsBox 1, Folder 3
  • “Whoa There”, 1930
    • CorrespondenceBox 1, Folder 4
    • ScriptBox 1, Folder 5
    • PetitionsBox 1, Folder 6
    • Financial StatementsBox 1, Folder 7
  • “Many Thanks”, 1931
    • LyricsBox 1, Folder 8
    • Duplicated FormsBox 1, Folder 9
    • ScriptBox 1, Folder 10
    • Financial StatementsBox 1, Folder 11
  • “Step this Way”, 1932
    • Duplicate FormsBox 1, Folder 12
    • Duplicate FormsBox 1, Folder 13
    • Union Constitution, ca. 1930Box 1, Folder 14
    • Minutes of the Men's Union, 1931Box 1, Folder 15
    • Men's Union Budget, 1930-31Box 1, Folder 16
    • CorrespondenceBox 2, Folder 1
    • LyricsBox 2, Folder 2
    • ScriptBox 2, Folder 3
    • Financial StatementsBox 2, Folder 4
    • Ticket ReportBox 2, Folder 5
  • “Hats Off”, 1933
    • Minutes : Waa-Mu Board of GovernorsBox 2, Folder 6
    • BudgetBox 2, Folder 7
    • CorrespondenceBox 2, Folder 8
    • Duplicate FormsBox 2, Folder 9
    • LyricsBox 2, Folder 10
    • ScriptsBox 2, Folder 11
    • ScriptsBox 3, Folder 1
    • Financial StatementsBox 3, Folder 2
    • Ticket ReportBox 3, Folder 3
  • “Sweet Music”, 1934
    • PublicityBox 3, Folder 4
    • Financial StatementsBox 3, Folder 5
    • LyricsBox 3, Folder 6
    • ScriptBox 3, Folder 7
    • Duplicate FormsBox 3, Folder 8
  • “Good News”, 1935
    • Organizational AgreementBox 3, Folder 9
    • Financial StatementsBox 3, Folder 10
    • PublicityBox 3, Folder 11
    • Duplicate FormsBox 3, Folder 12
    • Account NotebookBox 3, Folder 13
  • “It Goes to Show”, 1936
    • Duplicate FormsBox 4, Folder 1
    • Publicity PostersBox 4, Folder 2
    • LyricsBox 4, Folder 3
    • Financial StatementsBox 4, Folder 4
    • Production StatisticsBox 4, Folder 5
  • “Don't Look Now”, 1937
    • ScriptsBox 4, Folder 6
    • PublicityBox 4, Folder 7
    • Financial StatementsBox 4, Folder 8
    • Production StatisticsBox 4, Folder 9
  • “Of Thee I Sing”, 1938
    • Duplicate FormsBox 4, Folder 10
    • PhotographsBox 4, Folder 11
    • Ticket ReportBox 5, Folder 1
    • PublicityBox 5, Folder 2
    • Misc. NotebookBox 5, Folder 3
  • “Here's Your Party”, 1940
    • Sketches and LyricsBox 5, Folder 4
    • ScriptsBox 5, Folder 5
  • “Wait A Minute”, 1941
    • CorrespondenceBox 5, Folder 6
  • “Wish You Were Here”, 1942
    • CorrespondenceBox 5, Folder 7
  • “Here We Go Again”, 1946
    • Duplicate FormsBox 6, Folder 1
    • CorrespondenceBox 6, Folder 2
    • Promotion Department ReportBox 6, Folder 3
    • PublicityBox 6, Folder 4
  • “Break the News”, 1947
    • CorrespondenceBox 6, Folder 5
    • General MaterialBox 6, Folder 6
    • PublicityBox 6, Folder 7
    • Publicity FormsBox 7, Folder 1
    • Sketches of ScenesBox 7, Folder 2
  • “See How They Run”, 1948
    • PersonnelBox 7, Folder 3
    • General MaterialBox 7, Folder 4
    • CorrespondenceBox 7, Folder 5
    • PublicityBox 7, Folder 6
    • ReportsBox 7, Folder 7
    • Duplicate FormsBox 7, Folder 8
  • “What's the Rush”, 1949
    • Congratulations, Thanks, etcBox 8, Folder 1
    • CorrespondenceBox 8, Folder 2
    • General MaterialBox 8, Folder 3
    • PersonnelBox 8, Folder 4
    • PublicityBox 8, Folder 5
    • Duplicate FormsBox 8, Folder 6
    • ReportsBox 8, Folder 7
  • “Look Who's Talking”, 1950
    • Congratulations, Thanks, etcBox 8, Folder 8
    • CorrespondenceBox 9, Folder 1
    • Duplicate FormsBox 9, Folder 2
    • Publicity ManualBox 9, Folder 3
    • Notebook of final sketchesBox 9, Folder 4
    • PersonnelBox 9, Folder 5
    • PublicityBox 9, Folder 6
    • ReportsBox 9, Folder 7
    • Duplication FormsBox 9, Folder 8
    • Report of the Promotion ChairmanBox 9, Folder 9
    • Copies of the Introduction to the Organization, Policies, and Financial Arrangements of the Northwestern University Waa-Mu ShowBox 10, Folder 1
  • “That Reminds Me”, 1951
    • Duplicate FormsBox 10, Folder 2
    • CorrespondenceBox 10, Folder 3
    • Sketches SubmittedBox 10, Folder 4
    • General MaterialBox 10, Folder 5
    • Report of the Co-ChairmanBox 10, Folder 6
    • PublicityBox 11, Folder 1
    • Congratulations, Thanks, etcBox 11, Folder 2
    • Receipt BooksBox 11, Folder 3
  • “Taxi, Please”, 1952
    • Receipt BooksBox 11, Folder 4
    • Congratulations, Thanks, etcBox 11, Folder 5
    • CorrespondenceBox 11, Folder 6
    • Duplicate FormsBox 11, Folder 7
    • Sketches SubmittedBox 11, Folder 8
    • PersonnelBox 11, Folder 9
    • PublicityBox 12, Folder 1
    • Suggestions and ProposalsBox 12, Folder 2
    • Report of ExecutivesBox 12, Folder 3
    • Master Collection of Duplicate FormsBox 12, Folder 4
  • “Reach for the Sky”, 1953
    • Report of ExecutivesBox 12, Folder 5
    • Receipt BooksBox 12, Folder 6
    • Scene Sketches, Choral Pieces, LibrettosBox 12, Folder 7
    • Congratulations, Thanks, etcBox 12, Folder 8
    • CorrespondenceBox 12, Folder 9
    • Duplicate FormsBox 13, Folder 1
    • Complete ScriptBox 13, Folder 2
    • General MaterialBox 13, Folder 3
    • PersonnelBox 13, Folder 4
    • PublicityBox 13, Folder 5
  • “See Here”, 1954
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 13, Folder 6
    • Audition RecordsBox 14, Folder 1
    • Congratulations, TalksBox 14, Folder 2
    • CorrespondenceBox 14, Folder 3
    • Duplicate FormsBox 14, Folder 4
    • Receipt BooksBox 14, Folder 5
    • General MaterialBox 14, Folder 6
    • LyricsBox 14, Folder 7
    • PersonnelBox 14, Folder 8
    • PublicityBox 14, Folder 9
    • Showbook ContractsBox 14, Folder 10
  • “High Time”, 1955
    • Receipt BooksBox 15, Folder 1
    • Duplicate FormsBox 15, Folder 2
    • Congratulations and ThanksBox 15, Folder 3
    • PublicityBox 15, Folder 4
    • CorrespondenceBox 15, Folder 5
    • Master Book of Duplicate FormsBox 15, Folder 6
  • “Silver Jubilee”, 1956
    • Publicity QuestionnaireBox 16, Folder 1
    • Master Book of Duplicate FormsBox 16, Folder 2
    • Receipt BooksBox 16, Folder 3
    • Choral PiecesBox 16, Folder 4
    • LyricsBox 16, Folder 5
    • Audition RecordsBox 16, Folder 6
    • Congratulations and ThanksBox 16, Folder 7
    • Choral MastersBox 16, Folder 8
    • CorrespondenceBox 16, Folder 9
    • Duplicate FormsBox 17, Folder 1
    • General MaterialBox 17, Folder 2
    • ScriptBox 17, Folder 3
    • Mailing ListBox 17, Folder 4
    • PublicityBox 17, Folder 5
    • Show Book ContractsBox 18, Folder 1
    • “A Toast to the Past, A Toast to the Future” by J.W. MillerBox 18, Folder 2
    • Stage Door Attendance RecordsBox 18, Folder 3
    • Cue SheetsBox 18, Folder 4
    • Stage Crew Attendance RecordsBox 18, Folder 5
    • Congratulations and ThanksBox 18, Folder 6
  • “Caught in the Act”, 1957
    • Publicity QuestionnairesBox 18, Folder 7
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 18, Folder 8
    • Receipt BooksBox 18, Folder 9
    • Ticket RequestsBox 18, Folder 10
    • Advertising ContractsBox 18, Folder 11
    • Advertising CopyBox 19, Folder 1
    • Audition RecordsBox 19, Folder 2
    • Choral MastersBox 19, Folder 3
    • Congratulations and ThanksBox 19, Folder 4
    • Duplicate FormsBox 19, Folder 5
    • CorrespondenceBox 19, Folder 6
    • General MaterialBox 19, Folder 7
    • PersonnelBox 19, Folder 8
    • Program CopyBox 19, Folder 9
    • PublicityBox 19, Folder 10
  • “Sing No Evil”, 1958
    • Master Book of Duplicate FormsBox 20, Folder 1
    • Master Book of Duplicate FormsBox 20, Folder 2
    • Receipt BooksBox 20, Folder 3
    • CorrespondenceBox 20, Folder 4
    • PublicityBox 20, Folder 5
    • Thanks and CongratulationsBox 20, Folder 6
  • “Good Grief”, 1959
    • Receipt BooksBox 20, Folder 7
    • CorrespondenceBox 20, Folder 8
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 21, Folder 1
    • PublicityBox 21, Folder 2
    • Thanks and CongratulationsBox 21, Folder 3
  • “Among Friends”, 1960
    • Receipt BooksBox 21, Folder 4
    • Duplicate FormsBox 21, Folder 5
    • CorrespondenceBox 22, Folder 1
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 22, Folder 2
    • General MaterialBox 22, Folder 3
    • PublicityBox 22, Folder 4
    • Thanks and CongratulationsBox 22, Folder 5
  • “Don't Make A Scene”, 1961
    • Receipt BooksBox 22, Folder 6
    • CorrespondenceBox 22, Folder 7
    • PublicityBox 23, Folder 1
    • Thanks and CongratulationsBox 23, Folder 2
    • Ticket Complaints and RequestsBox 23, Folder 3
  • “Signs of Life”, 1962
    • CorrespondenceBox 23, Folder 4
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 23, Folder 5
    • PublicityBox 23, Folder 6
    • Thanks and CongratulationsBox 24, Folder 1
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 24, Folder 2
  • “Mud in Your Eye”, 1963
    • Material Submitted for Waa-Mu Show–7 notebooksBox 24, Folder 3
    • CorrespondenceBox 24, Folder 4
    • Curtain CallBox 24, Folder 5
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 25, Folder 1
    • PublicityBox 25, Folder 2
    • Thanks and CongratulationsBox 25, Folder 3
  • “Something In the Wind”, 1964
    • PublicityBox 25, Folder 4
    • Thanks and CongratulationsBox 25, Folder 5
    • Thermo-fax Music MastersBox 25, Folder 6
    • Ticket Complaints and RequestsBox 25, Folder 7
    • CorrespondenceBox 25, Folder 8
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 26, Folder 1
  • “Promise Not to Tell”, 1965
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 26, Folder 2
    • CorrespondenceBox 26, Folder 3
    • PublicityBox 26, Folder 4
    • ThanksBox 26, Folder 5
  • “Strings & Things”, 1966
    • CorrespondenceBox 27, Folder 1
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 27, Folder 2
    • PublicityBox 27, Folder 3
    • ThanksBox 27, Folder 4
    • Thermo-fax Music MastersBox 27, Folder 5
  • “You'll Get Used to It”, 1967
    • CorrespondenceBox 27, Folder 6
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 28, Folder 1
    • PublicityBox 28, Folder 2
    • ThanksBox 28, Folder 3
    • Thermo-fax Music MastersBox 28, Folder 4
  • “The Natives are Restless”, 1968
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 28, Folder 5
    • Receipt BooksBox 28, Folder 6
    • Material Submitted for Waa-Mu Show–2 notebooksBox 28, Folder 7
    • Material Submitted for Waa-Mu Show–2 notebooksBox 29, Folder 1
    • CorrespondenceBox 29, Folder 2
    • PublicityBox 29, Folder 3
    • ThanksBox 29, Folder 4
    • Business MiscellanyBox 29, Folder 5
  • “Present Tense”, 1969
    • Receipt BooksBox 29, Folder 6
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 29, Folder 7
    • Material Submitted for Waa-Mu Show–2 notebooksBox 29, Folder 8
    • Material Submitted for Waa-Mu Show–3 notebooksBox 30, Folder 1
    • CorrespondenceBox 30, Folder 2
    • Advertiser's Ticket RequestsBox 30, Folder 3
    • Advertising and Program CopyBox 30, Folder 4
    • Advertising ContractsBox 30, Folder 5
    • Ideas for the FutureBox 30, Folder 6
    • General MaterialBox 30, Folder 7
    • PersonnelBox 30, Folder 8
    • Press ReleasesBox 30, Folder 9
    • PublicityBox 30, Folder 10
    • ThanksBox 30, Folder 11
    • Ticket Complaints and RequestsBox 30, Folder 12
    • Music MastersBox 30, Folder 13
    • Wardrobe and Make-UpBox 30, Folder 14
  • “Booster Shot”, 1970
    • CorrespondenceBox 30, Folder 15
    • Ticket GuidelinesBox 31, Folder 1
    • ThanksBox 31, Folder 2
    • PublicityBox 31, Folder 3
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 31, Folder 4
  • “Thanks A Lot”, 1971
    • Advertising and Program CopyBox 31, Folder 5
    • Advertiser's Ticket RequestsBox 31, Folder 6
    • Advertising ContractsBox 31, Folder 7
    • CorrespondenceBox 31, Folder 8
    • General MaterialBox 31, Folder 9
    • PersonnelBox 31, Folder 10
    • Press ReleasesBox 31, Folder 11
    • PublicityBox 31, Folder 12
    • TelevisionBox 31, Folder 13
    • ThanksBox 31, Folder 14
    • Ticket Complaints and RequestsBox 31, Folder 15
    • Wardrobe and Make-UpBox 31, Folder 16
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 32, Folder 1
    • CorrespondenceBox 32, Folder 2
  • “72 Flavors”, 1972
    • PublicityBox 32, Folder 3
    • ThanksBox 32, Folder 4
    • CorrespondenceBox 32, Folder 5
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 32, Folder 6
  • “Kicks”, 1973
    • CorrespondenceBox 33, Folder 1
    • Advertising ContractsBox 33, Folder 2
    • PersonnelBox 33, Folder 3
    • Press ReleasesBox 33, Folder 4
    • PublicityBox 33, Folder 5
    • ThanksBox 33, Folder 6
    • Ticket Complaints and RequestsBox 33, Folder 7
    • Material Submitted for the Show–5 NotebooksBox 33, Folder 8
    • Master Duplicate FormsBox 34, Folder 1
  • Addition 1, 1934-1979
      Description of the addition:  These records fill one half-size box, span the period 1934-1979, and contain budget materials, minutes of the Waa-Mu Board of Governors, and proposed scripts, never used in Waa-Mu productions. Acquisition information:  The materials in the addition were transferred from the Office of Special Events to the University Archives on July 7, 1986 as Accession #86-110. Processor:  Mary Ann Webber, July 8, 1986 Conditions governing access:  None.
    • Final Statement of Expenditures and Receipts, 1935-1975Box 35, Folder 1
    • Waa-Mu Board of Directors, Minutes, 1934-1979Box 35, Folder 2
    • Waa-Mu Board of Directors, Minutes, 1934-1979Box 35, Folder 3
    • Proposed Scripts, 1960-1964Box 35, Folder 4
  • Addition 2, 1932-1992
      Description of the addition:  These records fill 10 boxes, span the period 1932-1992 and contain programs, scripts, lyrics and sheet music from the Waa-Mu shows, along with lists of casts and committee members, correspondence and notes relating to set design, costumes, finances and other materials pertaining to the production of the shows. Since this addition includes additional materials related to productions documented in the first 35 boxes of the series, the researcher is advised to check the container list for both the original series and the addition when looking for a specific show. Acquisition information:  The materials in this addition were transferred to the University Archives by Dominic Missimi, Department of Theatre, School of Communication on October 5, 2005 (Accession #05-103). Processor:  David Morrison; November 14, 2005. Conditions governing access:  None. Separated materials:  Approximately seven linear feet of photographs have been separated, combined with items from the University Archives’ photographic collection and processed as Series 52/3, Waa-Mu Show Photographs.
    • “Step This Way”, 1932
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 1
    • “Hats Off”, 1933
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 2
      • LyricsBox 36, Folder 3
    • “Hats Off” Loop Production, 1933
      • ClippingsBox 36, Folder 4
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 5
      • ScriptBox 36, Folder 6
      • LyricsBox 36, Folder 7
    • “Sweet Music”, 1934
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 8
    • “Good News”, 1935
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 9
      • LyricsBox 36, Folder 10
    • “It Goes To Show”, 1936
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 11
      • ScriptBox 36, Folder 12
      • LyricsBox 36, Folder 13
    • “Don't Look Now”, 1937
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 14
      • ScriptBox 36, Folder 15
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 36, Folder 16
    • “Of Thee I Sing”, 1938
      • ClippingsBox 36, Folder 17
      • CorrespondenceBox 36, Folder 18
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 19
      • LyricsBox 36, Folder 20
    • “Guess Again”, 1939
      • ClippingsBox 36, Folder 21
      • CorrespondenceBox 36, Folder 22
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 23
      • ScriptBox 36, Folder 24
      • LyricsBox 36, Folder 25
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 36, Folder 26
    • “Here's Your Party”, 1940
      • ClippingsBox 36, Folder 27
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 28
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 36, Folder 29
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 36, Folder 30
    • “Wait A Minute”, 1941
      • ClippingsBox 36, Folder 31
      • CorrespondenceBox 36, Folder 32
      • ProgramBox 36, Folder 33
      • ScriptBox 37, Folder 1
      • LyricsBox 37, Folder 2
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 37, Folder 3
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 37, Folder 4
    • “Wish You Were Here”, 1942
      • ClippingsBox 37, Folder 5
      • CorrespondenceBox 37, Folder 6
      • ProgramBox 37, Folder 7
      • ScriptBox 37, Folder 8
      • LyricsBox 37, Folder 9
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 37, Folder 10
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 37, Folder 11
    • “Here We Go Again”, 1946
      • ClippingsBox 37, Folder 12
      • ProgramBox 37, Folder 13
      • ScriptBox 37, Folder 14
      • LyricsBox 37, Folder 15
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 37, Folder 16
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 37, Folder 17
    • “Break The News”, 1947
      • ScriptBox 37, Folder 18
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 37, Folder 19
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 37, Folder 20
    • “See How They Run”, 1948
      • CorrespondenceBox 37, Folder 21
      • ScriptBox 37, Folder 22
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 37, Folder 23
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 37, Folder 24
    • “What's The Rush?”, 1949
      • ScriptBox 37, Folder 25
      • LyricsBox 37, Folder 26
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 38, Folder 1
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 38, Folder 2
    • “Look Who's Talking”, 1950
      • ScriptBox 38, Folder 3
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 38, Folder 4
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 38, Folder 5
    • “That Reminds Me”, 1951
      • ScriptBox 38, Folder 6
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 38, Folder 7
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 38, Folder 8
    • “Taxi, Please”, 1952
      • ScriptBox 38, Folder 9
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 38, Folder 10
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 38, Folder 11
    • “Reach For The Sky”, 1953
      • ClippingsBox 38, Folder 12
      • ScriptBox 38, Folder 13
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 38, Folder 14
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 38, Folder 15
    • “See Here”, 1954
      • ClippingsBox 38, Folder 16
      • ScriptBox 38, Folder 17
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 38, Folder 18
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 38, Folder 19
    • “High Time”, 1955
      • ClippingsBox 38, Folder 20
      • ScriptBox 38, Folder 21
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 39, Folder 1
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 39, Folder 2
    • “Silver Jubilee”, 1956
      • ScriptBox 39, Folder 3
      • Sheet MusicBox 39, Folder 4
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 39, Folder 5
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 39, Folder 6
    • “Caught In The Act”, 1957
      • ScriptBox 39, Folder 7
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 39, Folder 8
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 39, Folder 9
    • “Sing No Evil”, 1958
      • ScriptBox 39, Folder 10
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 39, Folder 11
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 39, Folder 12
    • “Good Grief”, 1959
      • ScriptBox 39, Folder 13
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 39, Folder 14
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 39, Folder 15
    • “Among Friends”, 1960
      • ScriptBox 39, Folder 16
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 40, Folder 1
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 40, Folder 2
    • “Don't Make A Scene”, 1961
      • ScriptBox 40, Folder 3
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 40, Folder 4
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 40, Folder 5
    • “Signs Of Life”, 1962
      • ScriptBox 40, Folder 6
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 40, Folder 7
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 40, Folder 8
    • “Mud In Your Eye”, 1963
      • ScriptBox 40, Folder 9
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 40, Folder 10
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 40, Folder 11
    • “Something In The Wind”, 1964
      • ClippingsBox 40, Folder 12
      • ScriptBox 40, Folder 13
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 40, Folder 14
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 40, Folder 15
    • “Promise Not To Tell”, 1965
      • ScriptBox 40, Folder 16
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 40, Folder 17
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Designs, NotesBox 41, Folder 1
    • “Strings And Things”, 1966
      • ScriptBox 41, Folder 2
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 41, Folder 3
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 41, Folder 4
    • “You'll Get Used To It”, 1967
      • ScriptBox 41, Folder 5
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 41, Folder 6
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 41, Folder 7
    • “The Natives Are Restless”, 1968
      • ScriptBox 41, Folder 8
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 41, Folder 9
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 41, Folder 10
    • “Present Tense”, 1969
      • ScriptBox 41, Folder 11
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 41, Folder 12
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 41, Folder 13
    • “Booster Shot”, 1970
      • ScriptBox 41, Folder 14
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 41, Folder 15
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 41, Folder 16
    • “Thanks A Lot”, 1971
      • ScriptBox 41, Folder 17
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 42, Folder 1
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 42, Folder 2
    • “ '72 Flavors”, 1972
      • ScriptBox 42, Folder 3
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 42, Folder 4
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 42, Folder 5
    • “Kicks”, 1973
      • ScriptBox 42, Folder 6
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 42, Folder 7
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 42, Folder 8
    • “Keep In Touch”, 1974
      • ScriptBox 42, Folder 9
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 42, Folder 10
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 42, Folder 11
    • “Quick Change”, 1975
      • ScriptBox 42, Folder 12
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 42, Folder 13
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 42, Folder 14
    • “That's The Spirit”, 1976
      • ScriptBox 42, Folder 15
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 42, Folder 16
      • Costumes, Finances, Set Design, NotesBox 42, Folder 17
    • “Wild Onions”, 1977
      • ScriptBox 42, Folder 18
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 42, Folder 19
    • “Wake Me At Eight”, 1978
      • ScriptBox 43, Folder 1
      • Sheet MusicBox 43, Folder 2
    • “Cover To Cover”, 1979
      • ScriptBox 43, Folder 3
      • Sheet MusicBox 43, Folder 4
    • “Gimme A Break”, 1980
      • ScriptBox 43, Folder 5
      • Sheet MusicBox 43, Folder 6
      • Set DesignBox 43, Folder 7
      • Correspondence: Tom Roland to William A. Hunter, June 1980Box 43, Folder 8
    • “To The Memories”, 1981
      • ScriptBox 43, Folder 9
      • Sheet MusicBox 43, Folder 10
      • PersonnelBox 43, Folder 11
    • “Out On A Whim”, 1982
      • ScriptBox 43, Folder 12
      • Sheet MusicBox 43, Folder 13
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 43, Folder 14
    • “Wake The Neighbors, Phone The Dog”, 1983
      • ScriptBox 44, Folder 1
      • Sheet MusicBox 44, Folder 2
    • “Suitable For Framing”, 1984
      • ScriptBox 44, Folder 3
      • Sheet MusicBox 44, Folder 4
    • “Sumthing's Up”, 1985
      • ScriptBox 44, Folder 5
      • Sheet MusicBox 44, Folder 6
      • Personnel, SchedulesBox 44, Folder 7
    • “Star-Craving Mad”, 1986
      • ScriptBox 44, Folder 8
      • Sheet MusicBox 44, Folder 9
    • “With A Twist”, 1987
      • ScriptBox 44, Folder 10
      • Sheet MusicBox 44, Folder 11
      • NotesBox 44, Folder 12
    • “What's In A Game?”, 1988
      • ScriptBox 44, Folder 13
      • Sheet MusicBox 44, Folder 14
    • “It's About Time”, 1990
      • ScriptBox 45, Folder 1
      • Sheet MusicBox 45, Folder 2
      • PersonnelBox 45, Folder 3
    • “Sign Me Up”, 1991
      • ScriptBox 45, Folder 4
      • Sheet MusicBox 45, Folder 5
      • PersonnelBox 45, Folder 6
    • “Hello, Big Time”, 1992
      • ScriptBox 45, Folder 7
      • Sheet MusicBox 45, Folder 8
      • PersonnelBox 45, Folder 9