Scope and arrangement
The Lawrence and Lee collection includes a broad sample of the material that this important team created for radio, television, and the stage. Included in the collection are complete holdings for The Railroad hour, Favorite story, and Young love, as well as representative holdings for Request performance, Hallmark playhouse, A Date with Judy, and numerous other programs. Holdings from their later activities include tapes of interviews with and lectures by one or both men, as well as private recordings that document the development of scripts and stories for Auntie Mame, Shangri-La, and The Gang's all here.|||All programs that Lawrence and Lee wrote or produced for the Armed Forces Radio Service have been cataloged separately as part of The Armed Forces Radio Service collection of broadcast recordings. Cross references for these have been included in the Lawrence and Lee finding aid, but for complete information about AFRS recordings donate by Lawrence and Lee, see the AFRS finding aid in *L(Special) 88-31. Some of the AFRS programs that Lawrence and Lee worked on were: Command performance, Mail call, Yarns for Yanks, and Words with music. Programs by Lawrence and Lee which were produced independently, and for which the archives has major holdings, have also been cataloged separately. These programs are: Request performance, Favorite story, and The Railroad hour.