Guide to the John C. Becher Soldier Show collection, 1940-1953 John C. Becher C0090

A Guide to the John C. Becher Soldier Show collection

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives
Collection Number C0090


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Repository
George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Collection number
C0090
Title
John C. Becher Soldier Show collection 1940-1953
Physical Characteristics
9 linear feet (17 boxes)
Creator
John C. Becher
Language
English
Abstract
The John C. Becher Soldier Show collection contains entertainment materials written by and for the United States military during and immediately following World War II. The collection is arranged by material type and entertainment themes.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

John C. Becher Soldier Show collection, Collection #C0090, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by John C. Becher in 1979 through Harold Arburg, Director of Arts and Humanities, U.S. Office of Education.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. EAD markup completed in February 2009 by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty.


Historical Information

Keeping morale high was important during the war. This was recognized at the highest military levels. General George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff, for example, stressed the importance of maintaining high morale: "Napoleon evaluated morale over material as three to one. I believe that recent experiences indicate a re-estimate of this value - the odds being near five to one, or probably even ten to one in some instances in favor of the psychological factor" (Morale Program, box 7 folder 2 page 7). Programs and services that maintained or heightened morale covered a wide range - athletics, libraries, religion, education - and none was more important than entertainment, which is well-represented by the materials in the Becher Collection.

Entertaining troops during World War II was an enormous enterprise. The celebrated USO-Camp Shows was a civilian-based organization that provided professional entertainment for the Armed Forces. The U.S. Army Motion Picture Service was a non-profit organization that sponsored movie theaters to ease the transition from civilian to military life. A related group, the U.S.O. Mobile Motion Picture Service, showed films to overseas troops. Whereas these organizations provided passive forms of entertainment, the Entertainment Section of the Army Special Services Division took a different approach. They actually included the soldiers in creating their own entertainment. These were called Soldier Shows.

Soldier Shows were made by soldiers for soldiers. The principal objective was to achieve mass participation. A wide range of talent was employed in creating Soldier Shows - including singers, dancers, actors, orators, trivia buffs, costume and scenery makers, artists, and carpenters. Because mass participation by military personnel was encouraged, the program had a virtually unlimited field to draw on.

Soldiers participating in Soldier Shows acted in skits and plays, sang musical numbers, performed comedy routines, quizzed other soldiers, and made arts and crafts. Such activities forged common bonds among the troops and provided emotional links to their homeland. Soldier Shows were particularly effective in boosting the morale of hospitalized soldiers. The therapeutic value of Soldier Shows played an important role in the physical and mental rehabilitation of injured soldiers.

Soldier Shows were remarkably effective in boosting morale. In fact, reports have shown that the program was one of the easiest and most effective ways to combat low morale. (Morale Program, box 1 folder 2 page 7). General Dwight D. Eisenhower, in a back-stage visit to the cast who put on a Soldier Show in North Africa, praised their usefulness in the war effort: "You are entertaining soldiers. You are not fighting with guns - but your job is just as important. As long as you are doing your job well . . . you will be rendering a service, and a great one, to your fellow soldiers and your country" (Morale Program, box 1 folder 2 page 7).

Scope and Content

The John C. Becher Soldier Show collection contains entertainment materials written by and for the United States military during and immediately following World War II. The collection is arranged by material type and entertainment themes. The six cubic feet (nine linear feet) cover the years 1940 through 1953.

Most of the items in the collection are Soldier Shows, entertainments written to amuse overseas troops and to boost morale. Produced by the Army Special Services Division, the scripts were written by professional and amateur playwrights. Many were created by military personnel attending the Special Services School in Lexington, Virginia (1943-1946). The collection also includes: newspaper and magazine clippings, war humor, poems, blackouts, quizzes, crafts manuals, original songs, song parodies, sheet music, flyers, pamphlets, theatrical manuals and guides, lesson plans and lectures, production ideas, and comedy routines. There are also several military-issued Pocket Guides to foreign lands, including guides to Burma, Germany, Greece, West Africa, Italy, and Great Britain.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged by item group, such as Soldier Shows, scripts, theatrical manuals, and pocket guides.

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives also holds the Leonard H. Clark collection, which contains documents, photographs, and memorabilia from his time in the Air Force during World War II.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Corporate Names:

  • United States. Army Service Forces. Special Service Division.
  • Subjects:

  • Soldiers--Recreation--United States.
  • World War, 1939-1945--Theater and the war.

Contents List

John C. Becher Soldier Show collection
  • 1
    1
    The Bells Are Ringing

    Script by unknown

  • 2
    1
    The Captains and the Kings

    Script by Leo Lieberman

  • 3
    1
    Conversations in the Dark

    Script by William Hanley

  • 4
    1
    Dear Me, the Sky Is Falling

    Script by Leonard Spigelgass

  • 5
    1
    Ding Dong Bell

    Script by Gurney Campbell and Daphne Athas

  • 6
    1
    Ding Dong Bell

    Script by Gurney Campbell and Daphne Athas

  • 7
    1
    Fifth from Garbaldi (The Man Who Made the Mountain Shake)

    Script by Paddy Chayefsky

  • 8
    1
    The Heavenly Twins

    Script by Louis Kronenberger

  • 1
    2
    I Giveth and Giveth

    Script by Phoebe Ephron and Henry Ephron

  • 2
    2
    Jolly's Progress

    Script by Lonnie Coleman

  • 3
    2
    Leaven of Malice

    Script by Robertson Davies

  • 4
    2
    Libby (Dear Me, the Sky is Falling)

    Script by Leonard Spigelgass

  • 5
    2
    The Mackerel Plaza

    Script by William McCleery

  • 6
    2
    A Majority of One

    Script by Leonard Spigelgass

  • 7
    2
    A Passage to India

    Script by Santha Rama Rau

  • 1
    3
    Roots

    Script by Arnold Wesker

  • 2
    3
    Seidman and Son

    Script by Elick Moll

  • 3
    3
    Semi - Detached

    Script by Patricia Joudry

  • 4
    3
    Sunrise at Campobello

    Script by Dore Schary

  • 5
    3
    Third Best Sport

    Script by Michael Howard

  • 6
    3
    The Tunnel of Love

    Script by Joseph Fields and Peter de Vries

  • 7
    3
    The Unsinkable Mrs. Brown

    Script by Richard Morris

  • 1
    3A
    The Unsinkable Mrs. Brown

    Script by Richard Morris

  • 2
    3A
    The Unsinkable Molly Brown

    Script by Richard Morris

  • 3
    3A
    Venus at Large

    Script by Henry Denker

  • 4
    3A
    A Way of Life

    Script by Murray Schisgal

  • 5
    3A
    The Wayward Stork

    Script by Harry Tugend

  • 1
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. I 1943

    "The Reluctant Draftee" and "Ten Minute Break": Two Complete Soldier Shows

  • 2
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. VI 1943

    Comedy Acts and Minstrel Show Material

  • 3
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. VII 1943

    Revue Sketches Vaudeville Comedy Acts

  • 4
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. VIII 1943

    "Take it or Leave It": A Humorous Quiz Book

  • 5
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. IX 1943

    Abbott and Costello, Burns and Allen, Fred Allen, Charlie McCarthy, Fibber McGee and Molly: Comedy Scenes

  • 6
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. X 1943

    Soldier Shows Guide

  • 7
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XI 1943

    The Army Play by Play: Five Prize-Winning One-Act Plays

  • 8
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XII 1944

    Blackouts and Sketches

  • 9
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XV 1944

    GI: Prize Winning Blackouts

  • 10
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XVI 1944

    G.I. Revues: 10 Package Shows

  • 11
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XVII 1945

    G.I. One Act Plays

  • 12
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XVIII 1945

    Chillers and Thrillers: A Book of Mystery Sketches

  • 13
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XIX 1945

    MC Jackpot

  • 14
    4
    Soldier Shows, Vol. XX 1945

    Skits and Bits

  • 1
    5
    Hi Yank!: The Army Show

    Soldier Shows "Blueprint Special"

  • 2
    5
    OK,USA: A Guide Book in Music and Comedy June 1945

    Soldier Shows "Blueprint Special"

  • 3
    5
    P.F.C. Mary Brown: A WAC Musical Revue

    Soldier Shows "Blueprint Special"

  • 1
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 1

    Blackouts, Sketches, Quizzes, Parodies, Games

  • 2
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 2

    Games, Puzzles, Quizzes

  • 3
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 3

    "Bedzapoppin", (A Revue), Games, Quizzes

  • 4
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 4
  • 5
    6
    Soldier Shows: hospital Entertainment Guide No. 5
  • 6
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 6 June 1945
  • 7
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 7 October 1945
  • 8
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 8 December 1945
  • 9
    6
    Soldier Shows: Hospital Entertainment Guide No. 6 [No. 9] November 1945

    "No. 6" is corrected by hand to "No. 9"

  • 10
    6
    "At Ease," Vol. I 1942

    Comedy Sketches

  • 11
    6
    "At Ease," Vol. II 1942

    Minstrel Shows with Music

  • 12
    6
    "At Ease," Vol. III 1942

    Music and Lyrics for Musical Comedies and Revues

  • 13
    6
    "At Ease," Vol. IV 1943

    Musical Opening Choruses, Finales and Production Numbers for Soldier Shows

  • 14
    6
    "At Ease," Vol. XIII 1944

    Time Out

  • 1
    7
    Fourth Service Command Enlisted Men's Conference on Soldier Shows November 22-26, 1943

    Held at Fort McPherson, Georgia

  • 2
    7
    Fourth Service Command Morale Program April 25, 1944

    Held at Atlanta, Georgia

  • 3
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part I September 3 - October 14, 1944
  • 4
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part II October 15 - November 11, 1944
  • 5
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part III November 12 - December 9, 1944
  • 6
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part IV December 10, 1944 - January 6, 1945
  • 7
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part V January 7 - February 3, 1945
  • 8
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part VI February 4 - March 3, 1945
  • 9
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part VII March 1945
  • 10
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part VIII April 1945
  • 11
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part IX May 1945
  • 12
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part X June 1945
  • 13
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part XI July 1945
  • 14
    7
    Soldier Shows: 26 Weeks Entertainment Program for Service Commands, Part XII August 5 - September 1, 1945
  • 15
    7
    Soldier Shows: Entertainment Guide No. 1

    Reception Center: Blackouts, Parodies, Games

  • 16
    7
    Soldier Shows: Entertainment Guide No. 2

    Reception Center, Blackouts, Parodies, Revues

  • 17
    7
    Soldier Handicrafts June 1945
  • 1
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 18

    Entertainment Section: Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 2
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 19

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 3
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 20

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 4
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 21

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 5
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 22

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 6
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 23

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 7
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 24

    It's the G.I. State Fair

  • 8
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 24

    It's the G.I. State Fair

  • 9
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 25

    Thanksgiving, Mock Election, Revues, Parodies, Blackouts, Radio Scripts, Crossovers

  • 10
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 27

    Murder Mystery, Production Numbers, Revues, Parodies, Blackouts, Radio Scripts, Crossovers

  • 11
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 28

    Broadway Special Featuring New York's latest Hit "The Hasty Heart," Revues, Parodies, Blackouts, Radio Scripts, Crossovers

  • 12
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 29

    Folio Highlights, Revues, Parodies, Blackouts, Radio Scripts, Crossovers

  • 13
    8
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 30

    Entertainment Grab Bag, Revues, Parodies, Blackouts, Radio Scripts, Crossovers

  • 14
    8
    Soldier Shows

    Sketches, Crossover, Quizzes, Revues, Blackouts, Parodies

  • 1
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 6

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 2
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 7

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 3
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 8

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 4
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 9

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 5
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 10

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 6
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 11

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 7
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 12

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 8
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 13

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 9
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio no. 14

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 10
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 15

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 11
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 16

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 12
    9
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 17

    Radio and Theatrical Material: Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 1
    10
    Lesson Plans for Special Services February 4, 1944

    Schedules 1 - 14

  • 2
    10
    Paper Craft for G.I. Shows

    Stage instructions and hand drawn costume and set images

  • 3
    10
    Decorations for Christmas Entertainment October 6, 1943

    Stage instructions and hand drawn costume and set images

  • 4
    10
    Fox Movietone News

    Music score

  • 5
    10
    Literary Quotes
  • 6
    10
    Parody on "The Little Brown Jug"
  • 7
    10
    You Gave Me K.P.

    Parody on contemporary song

  • 8
    10
    Through Channels: A Comedy in Too Many Acts 1942

    Script by Barnett Shaw

  • 9
    10
    Confessions of an ExOCS Man July 4, 1942

    Story by Sidney P. Goldman

  • 10
    10
    Confessions of an ExOCS Man July 4, 1942

    Story by Sidney P. Goldman

  • 11
    10
    What to Do in Case of an Air Raid

    War humor

  • 12
    10
    What to Do in Case of an Air Raid

    War humor

  • 13
    10
    Epitaph

    Poem by Shakespeare?

  • 14
    10
    The Wolf

    Poem

  • 15
    10
    How to Be a Success in the Army: Know Your Army Terms

    War humor

  • 16
    10
    Latest War Bulletin
  • 17
    10
    Poem
  • 18
    10
    Letter From Hornie [Homie?] V.

    "...army life and what the average soldier has to put up with."

  • 19
    10
    "Selective Service Blues" and "The Soldiers Prayer, 1941"

    Poems

  • 20
    10
    War Dictionary June 11

    War humor by Herb Graffis

  • 21
    10
    Nice Job if You Can Get It!

    Script

  • 22
    10
    The Girl Friend Air Corps Model W O W

    War humor

  • 23
    10
    A Supply officer Tears Off a Hot Love Letter

    By Cpl. Adolph Abramson

  • 24
    10
    So I Think I'm Stupid

    Article by Weare Holbrook

  • 25
    10
    Navy Department: SPARS June 1, 1943

    War humor

  • 26
    10
    Credo of Men at Arms October 1941

    War humor by Robert T. Souter in Esquire, p. 65

  • 27
    10
    Chow Hounds General Orders

    War humor

  • 28
    10
    The Doughboy's Dream February 27, 1943

    Script by Ben Hecht in Collier's, pp. 11-13, 37-39

  • 29
    10
    What's the Score?

    "A Soldier's Reminder of the War's Background, Its Purpose and Its Prospects"; Script by Sgt. Fred Stewart

  • 30
    10
    The Drunkard

    "An old-fashioned melodrama in two acts"

  • 31
    10
    Quiz Program September 23, 1944

    "Used at SSMS"

  • 32
    10
    Untitled April 18, 1944

    Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) broadcast; Script by Norman Corwin

  • 33
    10
    Pie and Box Supper and Patriotic Mass Meeting - Flyer Feburary 9

    Held at Fairview School Auditorium

  • 34
    10
    The Moon is Down - Flyer October 25

    John Steinbeck's play, presented by the Tulsa Little Theater Group in War Department, at Theater No. 2, Camp Crowder, Missouri

  • 35
    10
    Technical Manual for WAAC, M1 September 11, 1942

    War humor

  • 1
    11
    Curtain Going Up July 21, 1945

    Blackouts, Crossovers and Parodies for WAC Variety Nights

  • 2
    11
    Soldier Shows: Staging Area and Transport Entertainment Guide

    Blackouts, Sketches, Quizzes, Parodies and Games

  • 3
    11
    Amateur Theatrical Manual 1941

    Prepared by the National Theater Conference and the Morale Branch of the United States Army

  • 4
    11
    Public Speaking 1942-1943

    Speech Work Material by Doyle Virginia Cockrell, San Antonio Vocational and Technical High School

  • 5
    11
    Soldier Theatricals: Proposed Guide

    "The attached suggestions are furnished for the purpose of assisting the Theatrical Technical Advisor in the many problems which arise in the producing, directing, rehearsing and presentation of soldier theatricals."

  • 6
    11
    Soldier Theatricals: Bulletin V

    The Production Staff, Principles of Directing and Acting, Production of One-Act and Full-Length Plays

  • 7
    11
    Scripts of Typical Soldier Shows
  • 8
    11
    Production Ideas For a G.I. Variety Show

    Distributed by the Special Services Division, A.S.F.

  • 9
    11
    Soldier Shows, Folio No. 2

    Radio and Theatrical Material, Skits, Blackouts, Sketches

  • 10
    11
    Entertainment Section, No. 8

    Sixty-Second Blackouts

  • 11
    11
    Entertainment Section, No. 12

    Musical Quizzical

  • 12
    11
    Soldier Show Pamphlet, Project #1

    Fourth Service Command Soldier Show Conferences

  • 13
    11
    Pattern for Fundamental All-Soldier Variety Show (#1), Project #2

    Fourth Service Command Soldier Shows

  • 14
    11
    Pattern for Fundamental All-Soldier Variety Show (#1), Project #2

    Fourth Service Command Soldier Shows

  • 15
    11
    The Soldier Show Work Shop, Project #3

    Fourth Service Command Soldier Shows

  • 16
    11
    Abbott and Costello Prison Routine, Script I

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 17
    11
    Charlie McCarthy Circus Routine, Script II

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 18
    11
    Abbott and Costello Sea Spot, Script III

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 19
    11
    Abbott and Costello New Radio Station Routine, Script IV

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 20
    11
    Abbott and Costello Gymnasium Routine, Script V

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 21
    11
    Burlesque on Early Morning Program, Script VII
  • 22
    11
    Abbott and Costello Second Spot - Court Routine, Script VIII

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 23
    11
    Burlesque of Radio Program #3, Script IX

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 24
    11
    Sketch Material for Camp Radio Show: Golf Lesson Routine, Script X

    Prepared by the Radio Section, Headquarters Branch Office

  • 25
    11
    Abbott and Costello Substitute Comedy Routine, Script XI

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 26
    11
    Newspaper Routine #2, Script XII

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 27
    11
    Sketch Material for Camp Radio Show: Dude Ranch Routine, Script XIII

    Prepared by the Radio Section, Headquarters Branch Office

  • 28
    11
    Abbott and Costello Robin Hood Sketch, Script XIV

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 29
    11
    Abbott and Costello Routing #1, Script XV

    "For the entertainment of the Armed Forces overseas"

  • 30
    11
    Minstrel Show #2, Script XVI
  • 31
    11
    If Soldiers Selected Their Clothes as Women Do, Script XVII

    by Robert Riley Crutcher, presented by the Special Service Division of the War Department

  • 32
    11
    Reveille Revue, Script XVIII

    presented by the Special Service Division of the War Department

  • 33
    11
    Minstrel Show #1, Script XIX

    Presented by the Special Services Division of the War Department

  • 1
    12
    A and R - Trocities

    Skit by Lt. W.P. Moore; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 2
    12
    Airplane Skecth

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 3
    12
    "Always on K.P." and "The First Hundred Years"

    Song parodies; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 4
    12
    "Always on K.P." and "The First Hundred Years"

    Song parodies; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 5
    12
    An Order

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 6
    12
    The Army Made an Actor Out of Me

    Words and music by Sgt. J. C. Lewis; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 7
    12
    As the Movies See Us

    Skit by Cpl. Raymond Simon; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 8
    12
    Ballet Invades the Drama

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 9
    12
    Barker's Spiel

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 10
    12
    Barker's Spiel

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 11
    12
    Blackouts

    Various skits; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 12
    12
    Blackouts and Production Numbers

    Various skits and production numbers; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 13
    12
    Blackout Sketch

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 14
    12
    Blackout Sketch (With Corn)

    Skit by Lt. D. W. Todd; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 15
    12
    Boston

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 16
    12
    Brooklyn

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 17
    12
    Cinderella

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 18
    12
    Clown Production Number

    Various production numbers; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 19
    12
    Clubcar Interlude

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 20
    12
    Collection of Skits and Blackouts

    Various skits; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 21
    12
    Commercials

    Skit by Lt. Frank J. Conboy; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 22
    12
    Complaint Department

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 23
    12
    Courtroom Blackout

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 24
    12
    Crackpot Cockrell's Public Speaking Classes

    Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 25
    12
    The Sate Bureau

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 26
    12
    Day Room

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 27
    12
    A Day with Tojo

    Skit by Arnold M. Auerbach; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 28
    12
    Doctor Fradler's Dilemma

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 29
    12
    The Doctor's Invention

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 30
    12
    Don't Send out Your Laundry Till the C.O. Sees Your Act

    Musical parody by Corporals Tom Adair and Joe Twerp; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 31
    12
    Double Exposure

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 32
    12
    Dream Department

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 33
    12
    Dream Department

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 34
    12
    Dream On, Soldier

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 35
    12
    Duffy's Tavern

    By Red Graham; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 36
    12
    Duffy's Tavern

    By Red Graham; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 37
    12
    Duffy's Tavern

    Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 38
    12
    The Editor

    Skit by Frank J. Conboy; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 39
    12
    Election Scene

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 40
    12
    Facing the Facts

    Skit by Gene Lockhart; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 41
    12
    Faithful Servant

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 42
    12
    First Epistle to the Selected

    Skit by Pfc. Harold Fleming; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 43
    12
    Five Short Ones

    Various skits by Lt. W. Toll; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 44
    12
    40 Below

    Skit by Pfc. M. Sternberg; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 45
    12
    40 Below

    Skit by Pfc. M. Sternberg; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 46
    12
    For Meritorious Service: A Ten Minute Skit

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 47
    12
    Free and Equal Blues

    Song lyrics; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 48
    12
    Free and Equal Blues

    Song lyrics; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 49
    12
    Freedom of the Air

    Skit by George S. Kaufman; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 1
    13
    Gielgud

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 2
    13
    The Good Nazi: A War-Orientation Play in One Act

    Skit by Pvt. Ivan Tors; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 3
    13
    Goofin' Off

    Skit by 2 Lt. Frank J. Conboy; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 4
    13
    Granny Cracks the WACs or Vise Versa

    Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 5
    13
    Harmones

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 6
    13
    Have You a Little Dictator in Your Home

    Skit by Henry Blankfort and Bert Lawrence; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 7
    13
    Heckling Routine

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 8
    13
    Hollywood

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 9
    13
    Hospital Bit

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 10
    13
    Hospital Bit

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 11
    13
    How Green Was My Rookie

    Skit by Gene Lockhart; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 12
    13
    If Men Played Cards As Women Do

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 13
    13
    If Men Played Cards As Women Do

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 14
    13
    I Get Nothin' But respect: Song Sketch for WAC Lieutenant

    Skit by Pfc. M. Sternberg; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 15
    13
    I Have Friend Too

    Skit by Lt. Etter; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 16
    13
    Incident at the Gate: Blackout

    Skit by S/Sgt. Chuck Allen; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 17
    13
    Joining the Army

    Skit by Pfc. Charles Roth; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 18
    13
    Joining the Army

    Skit by Pfc. Charles Roth; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 19
    13
    Just Sign Here

    Skit by Salem Ludwig and Joseph R. Horenstein; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 20
    13
    Keep 'Em Filing

    Song parody and stage directions by H. Shaffer; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 21
    13
    K-K-K-Katy

    Skit by S/Sgt. Robert N. Mazer and Sgt. Abe Laufe; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 22
    13
    K-K-K-Katy

    Skit by S/Sgt. Robert N. Mazer and Sgt. Abe Laufe; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 23
    13
    Lamour Toujours Lamour

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 24
    13
    Latrine, Incorporated

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 25
    13
    Lecture

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 26
    13
    Lecture on Aviation

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 27
    13
    Lexington Lunatic Asylum

    Skit by Lt. J. R. Humphreys;Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 28
    13
    The Lorelle

    Skit by Paul Price; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 29
    13
    The Love-Test

    Skit by 2 Lt. Vernon Stone; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 1
    14
    The Man on Top

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 2
    14
    Message Center

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 3
    14
    Message Center

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 4
    14
    Military Courtesy

    Skit by Lt. McLean; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 5
    14
    Military Drill Scene

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 6
    14
    Military Fantasia: Strictly G.I.

    Song lyrics; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 7
    14
    Military Tactics

    Skit by Gene Lockhart; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 8
    14
    Miss America

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 9
    14
    Mr. Guffy has the Las Word

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 10
    14
    A Mock Opera with Apologies to the Metropolitan

    Skit by S/Sgt. Robert N. Mazer; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 11
    14
    M. P. Brigade

    Song lyrics; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 12
    14
    My Bit

    Skit by Lt. G. [?] Carr; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 13
    14
    Nazi Intelligence Office

    Skit by Lt. Jack Hill; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 14
    14
    New Yorker Cartoon Bit

    Skit by Lt. Jack Hill; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 15
    14
    Nomenclature of the Handkerchief

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 16
    14
    Oh, My Achin' Back

    Song lyrics; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 17
    14
    Orientale: With No Apologies to Abbot and Costello

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 18
    14
    Orientation Lecture

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 19
    14
    Out on the Waterfront

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 20
    14
    Pantomime with Incidental Words September 12, 1944

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 21
    14
    The Perils of Fanny -or- Tain't a Fit Nite Out fer Anybody

    Newspaper clipping; Skit by Lt. Alexander B. Reed; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 22
    14
    Prince Meesa Ma Shina Badust

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 23
    14
    Private Property

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 24
    14
    Problem

    Skit by Pfc. Michael Ames; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 25
    14
    Problem

    Skit by Pfc. Michael Ames; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 26
    14
    Prologue

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 27
    14
    Revolt of Beavers (Eager)

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 28
    14
    R.H.I.P.

    Skit by Lt. Robert P. Crawford; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 29
    14
    Riddle Bit

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 30
    14
    The Road to Roanoke

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 31
    14
    'Y' Playhouse Revue: Rudolph Rassendale

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 32
    14
    The Russian Spy

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 33
    14
    The Russian Spy

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 34
    14
    Questions for Truth or Consequences

    Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 35
    14
    The Sad Saga of a Sea Going Soldier

    Skit by Lt's Baskind and English; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 36
    14
    Selective Service

    Skit by Gene Lockhart; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 37
    14
    Send in the Bench

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 38
    14
    Sergeants

    Skit by W. P. Moore; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 39
    14
    The Sergeant's Reprimand

    Story by D. L. Champion; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 40
    14
    A Sex Talk with Junior

    Skit by Sam Locke; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 41
    14
    Sgt. Swami

    Skit by Pfc. Alfred D. Geto; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 42
    14
    Sgt. Swami

    Skit by Pfc. Alfred D. Geto; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 43
    14
    Sign Reading -- Orientation -- Ballet Music

    Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 44
    14
    A Slight Case of Murder

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 45
    14
    The Soldier's Deck of Cards

    Skit from Our Sunday Visitor (Catholic Editorial) Huntington, Indiana; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 46
    14
    Special Orders

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 47
    14
    Soldier Shows Ideas for Sketches

    Ideas by Cpl. Don Mann; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 48
    14
    Stand In

    Skit by S/Sgt. A. Hamilton; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 49
    14
    Stream-Lined Calisthenics

    Skit by Pfc. Michael Ames; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 50
    14
    Stream-Lined Calisthenics

    Skit by Pfc. Michael Ames; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 51
    14
    Strictly GI

    Skit by Arnold Auerbach; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 52
    14
    Supermaniacs

    by Pvt. R. Weil; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 53
    14
    Swing Low, Sweet Juliet

    Skit by Sgt. Abe Laufe; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 1
    15
    Tabloid Version of a Typical G.I. Show: So Is That

    Skit by S/Sgt. Robert M. Mazer and Sgt. Abe Laufe; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 2
    15
    Tank Destroyer Show

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 3
    15
    A Ten Minute Break: A Brief Comic Interlude About the Army

    Skit by Sgt. Fred Stewart; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 4
    15
    This Aint Personal Affairs

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 5
    15
    Three Short Blackouts

    Skits: March of Time; Eskimo Courtesy; Superstition; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 6
    15
    Three Songs

    Songs: Special Service Song by John Baker; I've Got Enthusiasm; Ballet and Opening; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 7
    15
    'Tis Pity She's a WAC -or- The Triumph of Virtue over the Curse of T.C. 87

    Skit by 1 Lt. Bob Wellington; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 8
    15
    Tooth Opera

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 9
    15
    A Triangular Division -or- Pardon Me!

    Skit by 2 Lt. WMA. Page; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 10
    15
    Try Again

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 11
    15
    Twenty-Three Skidoo!

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 12
    15
    Two of a Kind

    Skit by Sgt. Max Behm; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 13
    15
    Two of a Kind

    Skit by Sgt. Max Behm; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 14
    15
    Two Touts

    Skit by Captain Leonard Blair; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 15
    15
    Uniform - Class "L"

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 16
    15
    United Nations on the March

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 17
    15
    Untitled

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 18
    15
    Untitled

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 19
    15
    Untitled

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 20
    15
    Untitled

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 21
    15
    Untitled

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 22
    15
    The Vargas Holiday Girl

    Production suggestions by Sgt. Hez Dufenthaler; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 23
    15
    Vermont

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 24
    15
    The Voice of SPS

    Skit by Pfc. Ed Rush Rubin; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 25
    15
    The Women

    Skit by 2 Lt. F. J. Conboy; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 26
    15
    Windy's Halfway House

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 27
    15
    What's Your Problem

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 28
    15
    Welcome

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 29
    15
    We Are the Gals from De Boilecue

    Skit by S/Sgt. Robert Mazer; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 30
    15
    WACs Fifth Ave.

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 31
    15
    WACs Fifth Ave.

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 32
    15
    WACs Fifth Ave.

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 33
    15
    Walking in My Sleep

    Song by Lt. R. S. Beck; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 34
    15
    You Can't Beat Fate

    Skit; Item written by personnel going to school for Special Services in Lexington, Virginia 1943-1946

  • 1
    16
    The Pot Boiler

    Script by Alice Gerstenberg

  • 2
    16
    Face the Facts, WAACS

    Script

  • 3
    16
    T S Buddy!

    A Musical Revue in Five Scenes by Arthur A. Noyes, Murray L. Grand, Lionel N. Lile, and Morton J. Green

  • 4
    16
    Soldier Theatricals - Lecture #1

    Fundamental Purpose of Soldier Shows in Army Recreation

  • 5
    16
    Soldier Theatricals - Lecture #1

    Fundamental Purpose of Soldier Shows in Army Recreation

  • 6
    16
    Soldier Theatricals - Lecture #2

    The Function of the Special Service Officer as to Soldier Shows

  • 7
    16
    Soldier Theatricals - Lecture #4

    Informal Theatricals

  • 8
    16
    Soldier Theatricals - Lecture #5

    Production Planning Meetings

  • 9
    16
    Soldier Theatricals - Lecture #6

    Soldier Production Organization

  • 10
    16
    Soldier Theatricals - Lecture #7

    Soldier Stagecraft

  • 11
    16
    Stand In

    Script

  • 12
    16
    Tattoo

    Blackout by Lt. W. P. Moore

  • 13
    16
    Small Games for Small People

    Blackout by Lt. Bob Eastright

  • 14
    16
    Dasterdy Rides Again -or- Never End a Sentence with a Proposition

    Script

  • 15
    16
    Dasterdy Rides Again -or- Never End a Sentence with a Proposition

    Script

  • 16
    16
    Dasterdy Rides Again -or- Never End a Sentence with a Proposition

    Script

  • 17
    16
    Blackouts

    Blackouts by Lois Landauer

  • 18
    16
    Revue Sketches, Comedy Acts, Blackouts

    Prepared by the Entertainment Section, Special Services Branch, Royal Canadian Air Force

  • 19
    16
    The Fifth Hi Neighbor Show on this Island

    Script

  • 1
    17
    Burma 1943

    Pocket Guide prepared by Special Services Division, Services of Supply, United States Army

  • 2
    17
    Germany 1944

    Pocket Guide prepared by Army Information Branch, Army Service Forces, United States Army

  • 3
    17
    Great Britain May 1952

    Pocket Guide prepared by Office of Armed Forces Information and Education, Department of Defense

  • 4
    17
    Italian: A Guide to the Spoken Language June 1943

    Language Guide prepared by the War Department

  • 5
    17
    Italy September 1952

    Pocket Guide prepared by Office of Armed Forces Information and Education, Department of Defense

  • 6
    17
    Netherlands: East Indies 1944

    Pocket Guide prepared by Special Services Division, Army Service Forces, United States Army

  • 7
    17
    New Caledonia April 1944

    Pocket Guide prepared by Army Information Branch, A.S.F., United States Army

  • 8
    17
    Greece August 1953

    Pocket Guide prepared by Office of Armed Forces Information and Education, Department of Defense

  • 9
    17
    West Africa 1943

    Pocket Guide prepared by Special Service Division, Army Service Forces, United States Army