Papers, 1945-1989.

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Wolff, Perry. Papers, 1945-1989.

Papers, 1945-1989.

Papers of a writer and producer of award-winning television documentaries best known for his work for CBS News. Included are scripts and videotapes for many television and film documentaries such as Air Power, CBS Reports, Conversations with Eric Sevareid, and Of Black America. For a few programs and films such as The Italians, Kamikaze, 1968, and A Tour of the White House with Mrs. John F. Kennedy there is also correspondence, draft scripts, and other production material. Also part of the collection is general correspondence and memoranda exchanged with CBS executives, a printed copy of his history of the 334th Infantry during World War II, a book of his poetry, some WBBM radio scripts, other speeches and writings, and biographical miscellany.

3.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes),27 photographs,7 films, and109 videorecordings.

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