The Papers of Devery Freeman, 192?-196? 1945-1960.
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The Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) was an agency created in 1942 by the United States government to produce radio shows for broadcast to troops fighting overseas in World War II. Created mainly by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Lee, the AFRS produced and aired a wide variety of programs - comedy, informational, and dramatic programs, among others. The AFRS also aired edited versions of popular commercial radio programs. The service was first centered in New York, but soon...
Nolan signed the receipt on behalf of the Screen Writers' Guild. From the description of Correspondence to Franz Werfel, 1942. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864451 ...
Devery Freeman (1913-2005), Brooklyn-born native and Brookyn College graduate, became a noted novelist and screenwriter of movies, radio as well as the "new medium" of television. When just a young college student, Devery Freeman began to write professionally for magazines like The New Yorker, The Saturday Evening Post, American Magazine, Liberty, The Chicago Tribune Syndicate MacLeans, and the English humor magazine Punch. He moved to California after graduation (like his brother Everett who be...