James Elson papers 1950-1962


James Elson papers 1950-1962

James Elson was a director and producer of theater, radio, and television. He directed television shows such as , , and . The papers contain correspondence, production materials, and scripts. The Tonight Show That Was the Week That Was The Steve Allen Show


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