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Article Interviews

Series 2: Article interviews, ca. 2002-2018 is comprised of 15 audio interviews conducted by Tripp Whetsell for articles published in local and national publications including TV Guide, New York Magazine, New York Post, Variety, and the Friars Clu...

Improv Interviews

Series 1: Improv Interviews, ca. 2015-2016 is comprised of 74 audio interviews conducted for the book "The Improv: An Oral History of the Comedy Club that Revolutionized Stand-Up" written by Budd Friedman, the founder of the Improv, and ...

Mystery/Thriller

This collection contains film posters and ephemera for 14 films that are dated between 1940 and 1959. Subgenres in this series include horror films, disaster, science fiction, and film noir among others.

Drama

This collection contains film posters and ephemera for 25 dramatic films that date between 1935 and 1963. Subgenres in this series include book adaptations, romantic dramas, and epic dramas among others.

Comedy

This collection contains film posters and ephemera for 14 comedic films that range from 1940 through 1965. Films in this collection include silent slapstick comedies and musical comedy among other genres of comedic films.

Clippings and Awards

This collection contains 1 folder that consists of articles, newspaper clippings, posters, and awards collected by Markoff over the course of nearly 50 years. Articles and clippings include articles written by Markoff, articles that mention Markof...

Markoff, Florence

Personal

This collection contains other materials that relate to Markoff’s personal life, Jewish identity, and professional life outside of her radio and book-writing career.

Markoff, Florence

Correspondence

This collection contains letters written to, by, and on behalf of Markoff. Along with letters, the collection contains flyers and advertisements which would have been distributed by mail.

Markoff, Florence

Book Manuscript

For over twenty years, Florence Markoff worked to transform her radio show “You Said a Mouthful” into a book that combined the etymology of her radio program with cooking recipes that correlated to each chapter of the book. Markoff worked with Wen...

Markoff, Florence

Radio Scripts

This collection contains the scripts for Florence Markoff’s radio programs. Scripts span the 1975 through 2011.

Markoff, Florence

T.G.I.F.

An unaired pilot for a sitcom written by Sybil Adelman. Set in an office at a perfume manufacturer, in the marketing department. Characters include a male and a female marketing executive, and four female staff members, including one secretary b...

Prime Time

An unaired pilot for a sitcom written by Sybil Andelman. The plot follows a comedy writing duo with contrasting backgrounds and personalities.

Maude

Another spin-off of All in the Family, Maude starred Beatrice Arthur as Maude Findlay, an outspoken, middle-aged, politically liberal woman living in suburban New York with her fourth husband. Maude embraced the tenets of women's liberation, ...

Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

Based on a concept developed by Norman Lear, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman is a satirical look at American society in the 1970's, following the format of a daily soap opera. A total of 325 episodes were produced between 1976-1978. Information ...

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