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Earl I. Sponable papers, 1928-1968

Summary Information

Abstract

Earl I. Sponable was a chemist, Chief Engineer and Director of Research for Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation and its subsidiaries, 1926-1962. He was active in many aspects of research and development in broadcast and movie media, particularly in early sound film.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1185
Bib ID 4079356 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Sponable, Earl I., 1895-1977
Title Earl I. Sponable papers, 1928-1968
Physical Description 123 boxes (123 boxes, 4 oversize folders, 1 pkg. nitrate film (missing as of 2018))
Language(s) English .
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Access

The following boxes are located off-site: 2-120, 122-124. You will need to request this material from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.

This collection has no restrictions.

Access to nitrate film samples stored in Reprography Dept. freezer requires several days advance notice. Nitrate film samples lost as of 2018; last seen in 2000 in the Preservation Department Freezer.

Arrangement

Arrangement

Selected materials cataloged remainder listed and arranged. This collection is arranged in 11 series. Materials within each series is arranged alphabetically.

Description

Summary

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, laboratory notebooks, technical drawings, film samples, screen samples, photographs, and printed material of Sponable. The collection is almost entirely technical and commercial in nature and relates especially to Movietone News and to the Fox laboratories' work with color film, television, theater television and the Eidophor System, and Cinemascope. Also, files relating to the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, of which Sponable was a member and officer. There is cataloged correspondence from Sir Edward Gordon Craig, Lee deForest, Samuel Lionel Rothafel, Spyros P. Skouras, and Darryl F. Zanuck.

Using the Collection

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Restrictions on Access

The following boxes are located off-site: 2-120, 122-124. You will need to request this material from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.

This collection has no restrictions.

Access to nitrate film samples stored in Reprography Dept. freezer requires several days advance notice. Nitrate film samples lost as of 2018; last seen in 2000 in the Preservation Department Freezer.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. The RBML maintains ownership of the physical material only. Copyright remains with the creator and his/her heirs. The responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.

Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Earl I. Sponable papers; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Cataloged Christina Hilton Fenn 09/--/89.

Revision Description

April 2020 PDF replaced with full finding aid, YH

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Audio amplifiers Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Case, Theodore W., 1888-1944 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Chemistry, Technical Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Color motion pictures Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Craig, Edward Gordon, 1872-1966 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
De Forest, Lee, 1873-1961 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Eidophor system Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Mechanical engineers Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Motion pictures -- History Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Movietonews (Firm) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Printing -- Technological innovations Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Rothafel, Samuel Lionel, 1881-1936 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Skouras, Spyros P Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Television Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Television and theater Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Television broadcasting Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Theater television Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Theaters -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Theatre Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Wide-screen processes (Cinematography) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Earl I. Sponable was born in Plainfield, N.Y., 18 September 1895, attended public schools and in 1916 received the degree of Bachelor of Chemistry from Cornell University. Following his graduation he established, with Theodore W. Case, the Case Research Laboratory at Auburn, N.Y., holding the position of Chief Research Chemist. During World War I he was a civilian consultant to the Naval Experimental Station at New London, Connecticut, working on secret infra-red signaling systems. He remained at Case Laboratories until 1925, working primarily on electrical and mechanical components of sound-on-film recording and reproducing; in the early 1920s he achieved successful television transmission on a closed-circuit system.

Sponable joined the Fox Film Corporation in 1926, and was their Chief Engineer and Director of Research until 1962. He held approximately twenty patents, primarily relating to sound on film, and was the primary developer of the Movietone News newsreels. He was an active member of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers (later the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) and served as its president in 1949-1950. He died on 16 November 1977.

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Series I: Cataloged Correspondence



Box 1 Craig (Sir) [Ernest] Gordon


Box 1 deForest, Lee


Box 1 Rothafel, Samuel Lionel


Box 1 Skouras, Spyros P.


Box 1 Zanuck, Darryl F.

Series II: General Files



Box 2 A, 1930-1931


Box 2 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1930-1932


Box 2 Accounting Department, 1930-1931


Box 2 Accounting Department, 1932


Box 2 Acoustic control data


Box 2 Acoustic data, 1932


Box 2 Acoustic material, 1930-1931


Box 2 Address lists, 1932


Box 2 Aeo Light data, 1930-1931

SEE ALSO: Photo-electric cell calculations; Hotcats


Box 2 Aeo Light tests (Hoffman), 1931



Box 3 Aeo Lights


Box 3 Aeo Lights, 1932


Box 3 Aeo Lights, 1933


Box 3 Aeo Lights, 1939-1941


Box 3 Air conditioning


Box 3 Amplifier Data, 1930-1931

(2 folders)


Box 3 Aperture data, 1932


Box 3 Assignment data


Box 3 Astro-Gesellschaft


Box 3 B, 1930-1931


Box 3 B, 1932



Box 4 Battery data, 1930-1931


Box 4 Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 1930-1931


Box 4 Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 1932


Box 4 Belts, 1930-1931


Box 4 Biased recording, 1930-1932


Box 4 Blueprint list


Box 4 Blueprints, 1930-1931


Box 4 Bragg, Herbert E.


Box 4 Bragg, Herbert E. (L-Z)


Box 4 C, 1930-1931


Box 4 C, 1932


Box 4 Cable data


Box 4 Camera data, 1930-1932


Box 4 Camera Equipment


Box 4 Cartoon data


Box 4 Case, Theodore W., 1944-1945


Box 4 Case Research Laboratory, 1930-1931



Box 5 Case Research Laboratory, 1932


Box 5 Case Research Laboratory, 1933


Box 5 Clarke, Harley L., 1930-1932


Box 5 Construction, Building – data


Box 5 Construction of Research and Development Division


Box 5 Correspondence, Departmental, 1952


Box 5 Curves


Box 5 D, 1930-1932


Box 5 Denison & Thompson (E.A. Thompson)


Box 5 Developer, 1930-1931


Box 5 Developer data, 1932


Box 5 Developing machines, 1931


Box 5 Diary, 1931


Box 5 Diary, 1932


Box 5 Disc, Stroboscopic


Box 5 Drawings


Box 5 Academy, Cinemascope, Magoptical camera and Projector apertures (418-C)


Box 5 DeLuxe Labs Western Avenue lot; TCF TV studios-floor plans


Box 5 Double-track system, 6-track reproduction (048)


Box 5 55mm Cinemascope-H.E. Bragg West Coast notes


Box 5 Film dimensions (Project 23A-55mm programs)



Box 6 Magnetic track dim.; 6-track recording and reproduction/35mm film


Box 6 Magoptical and optical and 6-track magnetic film/Cinemascope


Box 6 Printer drawings, etc. – Leslie


Box 6 Printer systems, proposed compression-70-35mm film (No. 833-1)


Box 6 Miscellaneous


Box 6 Duplex Developing reports, 1932


Box 6 E


Box 6 E, 1932


Box 6 Eastman Kodak Company


Box 6 Educational Films, 1930-1932


Box 6 E-J Electric Installation Company


Box 6 Electrical Research Products, Inc.


Box 6 Electrical Research Products, Inc., 1932


Box 6 Emulsion tests, 1930-1931


Equipment


Box 6 General, 1930-1932


Box 6 General, 1938


Box 6 Circulars



Box 7 Loaned, on trial or purchased


Box 7 miscellaneous lists


Box 7 outside companies, 1930-1931


Box 7 outside companies, 1932


Box 7 Paris, 1938


Box 7 this company, miscellaneous


Box 7 to and from Fox Hearst, 1930-1931


Box 7 to and from Fox Hearst, 1932


Box 7 West Coast


Box 7 Evans, Ralph M.



Box 8 F, 1930-1932


Box 8 Fader data


Box 8 Fahlbusch, H.G.


Box 8 Field outfit


Box 8 Instructions, 1930-1931


Box 8 Specifications, 1930-1931


Box 8 Field outfit data, 1932


Box 8 No. 62, A. Tice, 1932 June 01


Box 8 No. 69, J. Lillie and A. Tice, 1930-1931


Box 8 Fifty millimeter film, 1930-1932


Box 8 Fifty millimeter and stereophonic film, 1944-1946



Box 9 Filing system, 1932


Box 9 Film-miscellaneous, 1930-1932

samples tested; stored in: vault, film inspection room, Perth Amboy; discarded


Box 9 Film data


Box 9 Film Processing


Box 9 Film Processing data, 1930-1931


Box 9 duplicate newsreels, 1930-1931


Box 9 film samples tested, 1930-1931


Box 9 Fire


Box 9 Filter data, 1932


Box 9 Five Friends Plan


Box 9 Foreign data


Box 9 Forrest Hotel


Box 9 cases and two-door Buick


Box 9 mechanical designs


Box 9 new circuits


Box 9 panel layouts


Box 9 Fox Athletic Club, 1931


Box 9 Film Film Corporation


Box 9 Fox Film Corporation releases, 1932


Box 9 Fox Theatres Corporation, 1931



Box 10 Frequency spectrum


Box 10 Freeman, Alan E., 1930-1932


Box 10 G, 1930-1932


Box 10 General Theatres Equipment, Inc.


Box 10 Germany-Paris Agreement, 1930


Box 10 Grandeur


Box 10 1928-1930


Box 10 1930-1931


Box 10 1932


Box 10 1942-1947


Box 10 1953


Box 10 Grandeur (History -1960)


Box 10 Grandeur drawings


Box 10 Grandeur-The King and I


Box 10 Grandeur – Mitchell Camera Corporation, 1929-1930


Box 10 Ground noise data



Box 11 H, 1930-1932


Box 11 Hearst Metrotone News, 1932


History


Box 11 1932-1938


Box 11 1940-1944


Box 11 1947


Box 11 1949-1950


Box 11 after 1951


Box 11 1957-1959



Box 12 various dates

2 folders


Box 12 Hoffman, Louis B.


Box 12 Hotcats, 1941-1943


Box 12 I, 1930-1932


Box 12 Insurance, 1930-1932


Box 12 Intermittent data, 1930-1931


Box 12 International Projector Corporations, 1932


Box 12 Inventory, 1932


Box 12 Inventory (indexed)


Box 12 Inventory (indexed)-Film Control Laboratory (DeLuxe Lab)



Box 13 J, 1930-1932


Box 13 Job work (Fox Hearst), 1930-1931


Box 13 K, 1930-1932


Box 13 Laboratory, Miscellaneous, 1932


Box 13 Laboratory, Film, 1930-1931


Box 13 West Coast, 1932


Box 13 Research-miscellaneous, 1932


Box 13 Lamp data, outside companies


Box 13 Lamps, Incandescent, printer, projection, miscellaneous, 1930-1931


Box 13 Lamps, Recording, etc.


Box 13 Legal Department, 1930-1931


Box 13 Legal Files


Box 13 Lens data, 1930-1931


Box 13 Library, 1930-1931


Box 13 Light valve


Box 13 Light valve data


Box 13 Loudspeaker, 1930-1931


Box 13 Loudspeaker data


Box 13 M, 1930-1932


Box 13 Mc, 1930-1932


Box 13 Mclntire, D.E.


Box 13 Management Board


Box 13 Michel, W.C., 1930-1932


Box 13 Microphone data, 1930-1931


Box 13 Microphone, dynamic and miscellaneous



Box 14 Miscellaneous


Box 14 1930-1931


Box 14 1932


Box 14 Motor data


Box 14 Movietone


Box 14 Movietone-illustration-printing plate


Box 14 N, 1930-1932


Box 14 Negative data, 1930-1932


Box 14 Negative half cycles, 1932


Box 14 Newspaper clippings


Box 14 Newsreel, miscellaneous


Box 14 Nicholson, R.F.


Box 14 Noise reduction data


Box 14 Optical systems, 1930-1931


Box 14 Orchestraphone Company, 1930-1931


Box 14 Oscillograph and Oscillator



Box 15 P, 1930-1932


Box 15 Patents and patent applications


Box 15 Payroll, 1930-1932


Box 15 Personnel Department, 1930-1931


Box 15 Photo-electric cells, 1930-1931


Box 15 Photo-electric cell calculations

oscillograph on Aeo Lights, A.C. Dickieson's file


Box 15 Potentiometer data


Box 15 Printer


Box 15 Printer, printing, etc., 1932


Box 15 Printers, 1930-1931


Box 15 Printing, film, 1930-1931


Box 15 Projection data


Box 15 Projection room data, 1930-1931


Box 15 Projection trucks, 1930-1931


Box 15 Projector data, 1930-1931


Box 15 Projectors, portable (Kolograph), 1930-1931


Projects



Box 16 General correspondence, 1928-1932


Box 16 Interdepartmental correspondence


Box 16 Aeo Light panel, biased (12A)


Box 16 Amplifier


Box 16 Amplifier (Project 5A, Fox Film Laboratory)


Box 16 Apparatus lists, assembly (Project 247)


Box 16 Buick recording car


Box 16 Buick sedan (Job 247C)


Box 16 "B" battery investigation


Box 16 Color photography (Project l)


Box 16 Diagrams, miscellaneous


Box 16 Fader for projection room


Field outfits-No. 43



Box 17 Amplifier (247A)


Box 17 Amplifiers (Job 428)


Box 17 Cases


Box 17 (247C)


Box 17 (247D)


Box 17 (247B)


Box 17 Inventories (signed copies)


Box 17 "New Type Field Outfit"-Project 9A (general)

Apparatus design, Job 37C; Circuits, Job 37C; Construction Specifications, Job 36C; Design and Construction, Job 38C; Electrical Wiring, Job36C; Specifications & memo


Box 17 Miscellaneous



Box 18 Ford recording cars F1U62-1 to 1U62-10-corrected blueprint


Box 18 Grandeur


Box 18 Home projector-Job 219


Box 18 Interdepartmental memoranda


Box 18 Metrotone amplifier 4B, Job 366


Box 18 Microphone and amplifier


Box 18 Mixer part diagrams


Box 18 National Exhibitors Theatre TV Committee


Box 18 Negatives (miscellaneous)


Box 18 OA


Box 18 One-stage microphone amplifier


Box 18 Outdoor projection truck, Job 220 Patents


Box 18 Photographs


Box 18 Portable Kolograph projector


Box 18 Portable projector revamped, Job 209


Box 18 Portable projectors, 25-Job 170


Box 18 Recording desk, A.C. Operated studio-design and development


Box 18 Rectifier drawings, Project 6A


Box 18 Rerecording systems, Project 8A


Box 18 Sanials Aeo Exposure Test


Box 18 Schematics, 247B


Box 18 Schematics and wiring diagrams of 247D


Box 18 Schematics and wiring of 247C


Box 18 Schematic and wiring diagram of amplifiers and associated equipment, 247


Box 18 Sound recording-wiring diagrams, Project 14A


Box 18 Storage batteries



Box 19 Projects assigned, 1931


Box 19 Publications and papers


Box 19 Purchasing Department, 1930-1932


Box 19 R, 1930-1932


Box 19 RCA Photophone, 1930-1931


Box 19 Recording channel


Box 19 Recording data-Aeo Light recording, 1930-1931


Box 19 Recording methods, 1932


Box 19 Rectifier data


Box 19 Remote contral


Box 19 Reports, general


Box 19 Rerecording apparatus


Box 19 Rerecording data


Box 19 Rewind data


Box 19 Ross, Oscar A., vs Theodore W. Case, 1930-1935


Box 19 Royalty data, 1932



Box 20 S, 1930-1931


Box 20 S, 1930-1932


Box 20 Salary data


Box 20 Sanial, Arthur J., 1932


Box 20 Schrunk, Edna M., 1932


Box 20 Screen data, 1930-1932


Box 20 Set-up data, 1932


Box 20 Sixteen millimeter


Box 20 1930-1931


Box 20 1932


Box 20 Slit data, 1930-1932


Society of Motion Picture Engineers

(SMPE; later, Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, or SMPTE)



Box 21 General


Box 21 1930-1932


Box 21 1949


Box 21 1950


Box 21 Admissions Committee, 1949-1950


Box 21 American Documentation Institute, 1949-1950


Box 21 Awards, 1949-1950


Box 21 Board of Governors


Box 21 1930


Box 21 1931


Box 21 1932



Box 22 1949


Box 22 1950-1962


Box 22 Budget, 1949-1950


Box 22 By-laws, 1932


Box 22 By-laws, constitution, 1949-1952


Box 22 Change of name, 1949-1950


Box 22 Cinematography and Cine-photo Correlating Committees, 1949-1950


Box 22 Cinemascope, 1953-1955


Box 22 Color Committee


Box 22 1931-1932


Box 22 1949-1950


Box 22 Committees, miscellaneous


Box 22 Conventions and conferences


Box 22 1930-1932



Box 23 1939-1948


Box 23 1949


Box 23 1950


Box 23 1951-1953


Box 23 Emblem, format, etc., 1950


Box 23 Engineering Committee, 1949-1950


Box 23 European Advisory Committee, 1949-1950



Box 24 Fellow Award Committee, Fellow Membership, 1949-1950;1952


Box 24 Film, Development and Care of, Committee, 1932


Box 24 Film Dimensions Committee, 1950


Box 24 Film Preservation Committee, 1949-1950


Box 24 Financial Committee, 1949-1950


Box 24 High-speed photography, 1949-1950


Box 24 Historical Committee, 1930-1931;1964


Box 24 Historical and Museum Committee, 1949-1950


Box 24 Honorary Membership Committee, 1949-1950


Box 24 Honorary memberships and degrees, 1958-1961


Box 24 International Commission on Illumination Inter-Society Color Council, 1949-1950


Box 24 Joint Technical Advisory Committee, 1949-1950


Box 24 Journal articles, etc., 1949-1950


Box 24 Journal Award Committee, 1949-1950


Box 24 Laboratory Practice Committee, 1949-1950


Box 24 Lens Calibration Subcommittee, 1949-1950


Box 24 Membership, 1951-1952


Box 24 Miscellaneous, 1961-1962


Box 24 Papers Committee, 1959-1961


Box 24 Publications and articles


Box 24 Publicity, 1951-1953


Box 24 Standardization, 1944-1960


Box 24 Standards Committee, 1932


Box 24 Standards and Nomenclature Committee, 1930-1931


Box 24 Standards Subcommittee: 16mm film, 1932


Box 24 Television


Box 24 Television, Large-screen-demonstration, 1949 April 04


Box 24 Television, Overseas, 1960


Box 24 Test Films


Box 24 Theatre television, 1950


Box 24 Theatre Television Committee, 1947-1955


Box 24 Wide Film Standardization Subcommittee, 1930-1931


Box 24 Wide Screen



Box 25 Splices and splicing, 1930-1931


Box 25 Sponable, Earl I.-letters from outside companies


Box 25 1930


Box 25 January-May 1931


Box 25 June-October 1931


Box 25 Sprockets, 1932


Box 25 Stage data, 1932


Box 25 Stage and studio data, 1930-1931


Box 25 Statements


Box 25 Steincamp, W.H., 1932


Box 25 Stereoscopic data


Box 25 Studio rentals, 1932


Box 25 T, 1930-1932


Box 25 Tachometer data, 1930-1931


Box 25 Talley, Truman H., 1930-1932


Box 25 Technical Board, 1932



Box 26 Tests, 1930-1931


Box 26 Tests of equipment


Box 26 Theatre data, 1929-1931


Box 26 Theatre Survey, West Coast, 1937


Box 26 Theatres, Newsreels, etc., 1932


Box 26 Theatre systems-public address-film and disc reproducers


Box 26 Tinker, Edward R., 1932


Box 26 Traffic Department, 1930-1932


Box 26 Transformer data, 1930-1931


Box 26 Transmission records and readings, 1930-1931


Box 26 Transmitter data, 1930-1931


Box 26 Tubes, 1932


Box 26 Unions


Box 26 Urre


Box 26 V


Box 26 Vacation schedules, 1931


Box 26 Vaults, 1930-1931


Box 26 Ventilation, 1930-1931


Box 26 Viewfinder



Box 27 W


Box 27 Wall, J.M., Machine Company, Inc.


Box 27 1930


Box 27 1931


Box 27 1932


Box 27 Weeks, H. Keith


Box 27 West Coast (General), 1932


Box 27 West Coast conditions, 1931-1932


Box 27 West Coast data, 1930-1931


Box 27 Wire, 1930-1931


Box 27 Work Books, 1930-1932

(related material)


Box 27 XYZ

Series III: Laboratory Workbooks



Box 28 Volume 2: White, 11/17/1930-4/22/1932

various


Box 28 Volume 3: C.L. Klink, 11/26/1930-3/1/1932

primarily developers


Box 28 Volume 3: R.F. Nicholson, 11/12/1929-9/24/1930

primarily Aeo Lights


Box 28 Volume 4: C.L. Klink, 11/12/1929-11/24/1931

developers; Aeo Lights


Box 28 Volume 4: R.F. Nicholson, 11/7/1930-5/22/1931

developers; biased recording


Box 28 Volume 5: Unknown, 11/18/1930-1/11/1932

various



Box 29 Volume 6: L.B. Hoffmann, 11/10/1930-7/28/1931

various


Box 29 Volume 7: J.R. Parnin, 11/11/1930-10/19/1931

various equipment


Box 29 Volume 8: Lloyd, 11/13/1929-12/17/1929

various equipment


Box 29 Volume 8: Lloyd, 11/10/1930-10/24/1931

project supervision


Box 29 Volume 9: Arthur J. Sanial, 11/7/1930-9/25/1931

sound equipment


Box 29 Volume 10: H.G. Koenig, 11/7/1930-3/30/1932

electrical engineering


Box 29 Volume 11: A. Coles, 11/12/1929-4/9/1930

mechanical engineering



Box 30 Volume 11: J.R. Grandfield, 11/7/1930-4/28/1931

amplifier


Box 30 Volume 12: M.P. Frutchey, Jr., 11/6/1930-5/1/1931

equipment cases


Box 30 Volume 12: Edwin D. Smith, 11/18/1929-10/6/1930

electrical engineering


Box 30 Volume 13: L.H. Terpening, J.R. Parnin, 11/8/1929-9/10/1930

electrical engineering


Box 30 Volume 13: L.W. Davee & H.F. Jermain, 11/18/1930-4/21/1932

various


Box 30 Volume 14: H.F. Jermain, 4/8/1931-12/9/1931

amplifiers; biased recording



Box 31 Volume 15: D.F. Whiting, 11/22/1930-7/1/1931

electrical engineering


Box 31 Volume 18: R.M. Evans, 11/12/1930-1/8/1932

developers; film


Box 31 Volume 23: J.G. Speer, 8/21/1931-4/14/1932

various


Box 31 Volume 32: W.R. Hicks, 12/28/1932-12/31/1933

Iamps; news titles


Box 31 Volume 33: Movietonews-Sound, Recording Department, 1/11/1931-1/18/1938

Iamps; news titles


Box 31 Volume 35: Unknown, 6/12/1934-7/8/[1935]

color film development



Box 32 Volume 36: H.E. Bragg, 7/8/1935-12/10/1937

color film developing


Box 32 Volume 38: H. Heitzner, 1/11/1937-8/1/1940

order book


Box 32 Volume 39: Unknown, 1/30/1937 -2/15/1938

film processing


Box 32 Volume 40: Unknown, 8/18/1937 -10/18/1937

film processing


Box 32 Volume 41: Unknown, 6/1/1937-8/18/1937

reversal process


Box 32 Volume 44: E.J.G. White, 11/19/1943-5/3/1944

reversal process



Box 33 Volume 45: E.J.G. White, 8/30/1943-11/16/1943

film clearing, coating


Box 33 Volume 47: Unknown, 12/14/1937-3/20/1940

timing (developing)


Box 33 Volume 48: Unknown, 11/25/1937-5/5/1940

order book


Box 33 Volume 49: Unknown, 2/16/1938-5/14/1938

developers


Box 33 Volume 50: Chemistry Division, 5/18/1938-2/20/1942

color lab


Box 33 Volume 51: Formulae Reversal Lab, 5/24/1938-7/21/1939

bath formulae



Box 34 Volume 52: O.A.W., 1/1939-5/1/1939

color processes


Box 34 Volume 53: Unknown, 6/6/1938-4/7/1939

film processing log


Box 34 Volume 54: E.J.G. White, 4/22/1944-7/13/1945

color processes


Box 34 Volume 55: Unknown, 5/22/1945-12/10/1948

various


Box 34 Volume 57: Hurd, Agy, 1/10/1946-3/7/1947

screens



Box 35 Volume 58: Robert R. Haagenson, 2/21/1946-3/14/1951

film processing


Box 35 Volume 59: Alex Alden, 5/28/1946-10/9/1951

printers


Box 35 Volume 60: Hurd, Agy, 1/3/1947-9/28/1949

screeng


Box 35 Volume 62: Unknown, 4/10/1939-3/25/1941

film processing log


Box 35 Volume 63: Unknown, 1/4/1939-6/3/1940

film processing log



Box 36 Volume 64: Unknown, 10/3/1939-7/17/1942

developers; toners


Box 36 Volume 65: Unknown, 1/2/1941-9/9/1946

order book


Box 36 Volume 66: Unknown, 4/1/1939-6/10/1940

various


Box 36 Volume 67: Fred Leslie, 11/8/1942-12/27/1950

projectors


Box 36 Volume 69: L.D. Grignon, 8/9/1948-12/16/1948

film processing


Box 36 Volume 70: L.D. Grignon, 8/9/1948-12/16/1948

television



Box 37 Volume 73: Unknown, 1/3/1949-4/13/1951

various


Box 37 Volume 74: Yorick G. Hurd, 10/5/1949-1/16/1951

screens


Box 37 Volume 75: Unknown, 12/1949-12/31/1952

project log


Box 37 Volume 76: Yorick G. Hurd, 7/27/1950-7/5/1951

screens



Box 38 Volume 77: Fred Leslie, 1/1/1951-10/31/1956

projectors


Box 38 Volume 78: Unknown, 11/16/1951-8/15/1953

various


Box 38 Volume 79: Yorick G. Hurd, 7/9/1951-11/17/1953

screens


Box 38 Volume 80: Fred Leslie, 11/19/1952-2/1960

Eidophor


Box 38 Volume 81: Yorick G. Hurd, 1/29/1957-4/24/1961

screens; Eidophor



Box 39 Volume 82: Unknown, 1/19/1954-12/30/1958

various


Box 39 Volume 83: Yorick G. Hurd, 12/11/1953-1/14/1957

screens


Box 39 Volume 90: Unknown, 2/24/1942-8/20/1942

film processing


Box 39 Volume 91: Alex Alden, 10/23/1951-11/3/1955

Cinemascope


Box 39 Volume 95: Fred Leslie, 1/11/1961-9/20/1961

various


Box 39 Volume 96: H.E. Bragg, 1/1958-9/1962

various



Box 40 Volume 98: Yorick G. Hurd, 3/1/1961-9/25/1961

screens


Box 40 Volume 105: Alex Alden, 10/21/1955-10/23/1959

printers; Cinemascope


Box 40 Miscellaneous Volumes: Alex E. Alden, 9/17/1958-3/30/1961

general lab Journal (typescript)


Box 40 Miscellaneous Volumes: Unknown, 1927-1931

parts ledger


Box 40 Miscellaneous Volumes: Earl I. Sponable, 2/6/1930-10/8/1931

projects, parts and memos


Patent books: Stereoscopic Equipment



Box 41 Volume 1-2



Box 42 Volume 3-4

Series IV: Color



Box 43 Alfa Colour


Box 43 Amacolor, 1956


Box 43 Ament, R.S.


Box 43 American Natural Color Company


Box 43 Ansco (Agfa), 1931-1945


Box 43 Ansco, 1946-1952


Box 43 Ansco - Drs. F. Dersch and H. Duerr - "…Dry Hypersensitization…"


Box 43 Auerbach Educational Productions


Box 43 Bell, K. Lansing


Box 43 Bellier Color


Box 43 Berthon Color Process - Opticolor vs Eastman Kodak Patent Suit, 1940-1942


Berthon-Siemens Color (Kislyn, Keller-Dorian)


Box 43 1930-1945



Box 44 1945-1948


Box 44 1949-1952


Box 44 Berthon-Siemens Process


Box 44 Bocca, Carlo


Box 44 Brewster Color Film Corporation


Box 44 Brock (Gustav) Color


Box 44 Bryan Development Labs (Osborne Bryan)


Box 44 Bundy Color


Box 44 Cerrdcolor


Box 44 Chemicolor, 1950


Box 44 Chromart


Box 44 Chromatone-type toning process


Box 44 Cinecolor


Box 44 Cinefilm Laboratory Process


Box 44 Cinemachrome Corporation


Box 44 Color Corporation of America, 1962


Box 44 Colorcraft process


Box 44 Colorfilm Corporation


Box 44 Colortone


Box 44 Colorvision


Box 44 Cosmocolor


Box 44 Cox Color


Box 44 DaPonte Process


Box 44 Drelich, Henry D.



Box 45 Dufay Color

3 folders


Box 45 Dugromacolor


Box 45 Dunnincolor


Box 45 DuPont Color Film


Box 45 Dye dupe process


Box 45 Eastman Color


Eastman Kodak Lenticular Color


Box 45 before 1945

Capstaff



Box 46 1946-1947

Capstaff


Box 46 1948-1949

Capstaff


Box 46 1950



Box 47 1951


Box 47 1952


Box 47 1953-1957


Box 47 Lenticular Color - miscellaneous (Capstaff)


Box 47 Engelhardt, August



Box 48 Farroll Color


Box 48 Feldman-Danziger (2-color process - Joseph Schenck) Ferrania, 1958-1963


Box 48 Franke, Fritz


Box 48 Fraunhofer, Hans von


Box 48 French Color


Box 48 Fullcolor


Box 48 Furman, A. Peter


Box 48 Gaspar, Dr. Bela


Box 48 General Precision Lab


Box 48 Gevaert


Box 48 Glafcolor


Box 48 Goodpasture, Lurton


Box 48 Hamgerger's Polychromide Process


Box 48 Harmony Color (Mr. Ragot)


Box 48 Harriscolor


Box 48 Hazeltine Research Corporation


Box 48 Hurley, William L.


Box 48 I.B. Corporation


Box 48 Inter-Society Color Council


Box 48 Ives Color Process


Box 48 Jensen, Viggo - system


Box 48 Jones, Morgan A.


Box 48 Kelley Process (Wolf-Heide)


Box 48 Keuffel & Esser


Box 48 Killman, Thomas A.


Box 48 Kodachrome


Box 48 Kodacolor


Box 48 Kodacolor, 1962


Box 48 Kromocolor


Box 48 L, 1962


Box 48 Lechner Color, 1959



Box 49 Leiden Color


Box 49 Lenticolor, Ltd.


Box 49 Lenticular


Box 49 Lenticular color - general


Box 49 Lenticulated film patents



Box 50 LeRoy, Dr. Adrian


Box 50 Lippert, Robert L., 1962


Box 50 Luxcolor


Box 50 Magnacolor


Box 50 Martinez, Dr. Michele


Box 50 Martinez Color Process, 1952-1953


Box 50 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer


Box 50 Millais,Warren


Box 50 Miscellaneous

3 folders



Box 51 Mondiacolor, 1954


Box 51 Moroptican-Nord


Box 51 Motion Picture Producing Company


Box 51 Motion Picture Research Council


Box 51 Multicolor


Box 51 Natural Color Films, Inc.


Box 51 Neochrome


Box 51 Nu-Color (E.F. Sorg)


Box 51 Opticolor (French), 1950


Box 51 Panacolor, Inc., 1961


Box 51 Panacolor, 1962


Box 51 Pan Chrom Film


Box 51 Pathechrome, 1930


Box 51 Photocolor


Box 51 Pinchot-Nevmann Photocraft, Inc.


Box 51 Place, Hermann


Box 51 Plasticolor


Box 51 Polacolor


Box 51 Polacolor, 1963


Box 51 Polaroid Corporation


Box 51 Powerie Color


Box 51 Prismacolor


Box 51 Procede Prodax (Belgium)


Box 51 Publications


Box 51 Raycol Color


Box 51 Renacolor (Wm. B. Herzka)


Box 51 Rodebeck, W.H.


Box 51 Rodman Color


Box 51 Roehrich, C.


Box 51 Roman, F.


Box 51 Roux, Lucien Henry, 1941


Box 51 Rudatls, Domenico


Box 51 S


Box 51 S, 1962


Box 51 Schattmann, Fritz


Box 51 Schwartz, Mort - recording studios

(folder received empty)


Box 51 Scott, Dr. Henry L.


Box 51 Sirius Color


Box 51 Stewart Warner Corporation


Technicolor


Box 51 before 1940



Box 52 1941-1942


Box 52 1943-1949


Box 52 1950-1952


Box 52 1953-1962



Box 53 Technicolor - agreement, contracts and prices


Box 53 Technicolor Corporation and Techniscope, 1962


Box 53 Thomas, Donald


Box 53 Thomascolor


Box 53 Thornton Color Process


Box 53 Time, Inc.


Box 53 Tri-Chrome, Inc.


Box 53 Tri-Color


Box 53 Triak Color


Box 53 Trimble Laboratories ("Fullcolor")


Box 53 Trucolor


Box 53 Truecolor (Louis Lumiere)


Box 53 Vericolor


Box 53 Vitacolor


Box 53 Vocacolor


Box 53 Wahl Color


Box 53 Warner Color


Box 53 Welch, Earl M.


Box 53 Wolff-Heide Color


Box 53 Wood, Dr. R.W.


Box 53 Zoechrome Color (Young Patents)

Series V: Television



Box 54 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences


Box 54 American Broadcasting Company


Box 54 American Telephone and Telegraph Co. (AT&T), 1950

(SEE ALSO: Bell Laboratories)


Box 54 AT&T, 1962

(SEE ALSO: Eidophor)


Box 54 American Television Society


Box 54 Ampex Corporation, 1956


Box 54 AmpexCorporation, 1959

(SEEALSO: RCA and General Electric)


Box 54 Associated Theatre Owners of America, 1950


Box 54 B


Box 54 Baxter, Charles, 1947


Box 54 Bell Laboratories, 1951-1952


Box 54 Bell Telephone Laboratories


Box 54 Blonder-Tongue Systems, Inc., 1960


Box 54 Blount, Richard


Box 54 Braive, Maurice (Belgium) - color television, 1950


Box 54 C


Box 54 Cage Television System


Box 54 Camera


Box 54 Cinema Television, Ltd.


Box 54 Cinemascope TV


Box 54 Closed circuit


Box 54 1961


Box 54 1962


Box 54 Coats, George A.


Box 54 Cold cathode tubes, 1959


Box 54 Colonial Television Corporation


Box 54 Color (miscellaneous), 1962


Box 54 Color - hearing, general and demonstrations, 1949-1950


Box 54 Color Television, Inc. (George Sleeper, inventor), 1938-1950


Columbia Broadcasting System



Box 55 1951-1952


Box 55 1959


Box 55 Community Television Antenna Systems, 1960


Box 55 Corbett, Thomas E.


Box 55 Craig


Box 55 Crosley, Powel, Jr.


Box 55 D


Box 55 Don Lee Broadcasting System


Box 55 Drawings No. 071 & 072 (16 & 35mm film on TV), 1960

(SEE ALSO: NTA)


Box 55 DuMont


Box 55 E


Box 55 Employment


Box 55 England

(SEE ALSO: Society of Motion Picture Engineers/TV)


Box 55 F


Box 55 Fabian Theatres


Box 55 Farnsworth Television System


Federal Communications Commission (FCC)


Box 55 FCC, 1961


Box 55 Anti-trust (Schlafly), 1949-1950


Box 55 Anti-trust, 1951-1952


Box 55 General notices, 1948-1949


Box 55 Notices relating to Theatre TV hearings (Schlafly)

(SEE ALSO: Theatre TV)



Box 56 Petitions


Box 56 proposed findings and conclusions


Box 56 radio communications


Box 56 ultra high frequencies


Box 56 Gaumont (Baird)


General Electric


Box 56 1944-1946

included photos


Box 56 1946-1948


Box 56 1950


Box 56 1961-1962

(simultaneous light valve)


Box 56 thermoplastic recording, 1960



Box 57 General Precision Laboratory, 1950-1951


Box 57 General Television Corporation


Box 57 Guernsey


Box 57 Invoices


Box 57 Gould, Leslie H.


Box 57 Grignon, L. D.


Box 57 Guttman, Henry H.


Box 57 H


Box 57 Hazeltine, 1957


Box 57 Hearings, 1959


Box 57 History


Box 57 Hogan, J.V.L., reports


Box 57 Institute of Industrial Research, 1952


Box 57 Inventory, 1950


Box 57 Japan, 1962


Box 57 Jerrold Electronics Corporation, 1956-1957



Box 58 Kalbfell Laboratories


Box 58 Kolorama


Box 58 LaVia, Joseph, 1958


Box 58 Lowrence, Ernest O., 1950-1951


Box 58 Lens, Zoomar


Box 58 Ling Electronics, 1957


Box 58 Lye, Len - theatre television, 1953


Box 58 M


Box 58 Mclntosh & Inglis, 1952


Box 58 Minneapolis Station KMSP, 1959


Box 58 Miscellaneous


Box 58 Motion Picture Association of America


Box 58 Movietone


Box 58 N


Box 58 National Broadcasting Company


Box 58 National Telefilm Associates, Inc., 1959


Box 58 National Television System Committee


Box 58 New York (New Jersey) broadcasting facility - application to FCC, 1945-1949



Box 59 New York Telephone Company, 1950-1952


Box 59 Paramount Pictures


Box 59 Pauley, Ed (San Francisco), 1950


Box 59 Pay television, 1962


Box 59 Philco


Box 59 Phonevision (Zenith)


Box 59 PolyAx (Earl Markellie), 1960


Box 59 Polycasting (Wilmotte)


Box 59 Population (cities and time zones), 1962


Box 59 Printing


Publications and papers


Box 59 before 1950


Box 59 1951-1961



Box 60 R


RCA


Box 60 before 1950


Box 60 1951-1959


Box 60 RKO


Box 60 Radox


Box 60 Raitiere, Louis Pierre


Box 60 Rauland Corporation


Box 60 Raytheon



Box 61 Rehman Irving, and Eugene Singer, 1951


Box 61 Rosenthal, Adolph H.


Box 61 Roth, S.S.


Box 61 S


Box 61 Sagall,Solomon(Teleglobe Pay TV System), 1959


Box 61 San Francisco broadcasting facility

(SEE ALSO: Oversize)


Box 61 San Francisco broadcasting facility - Exhibits

(32 folders; Exhibit No. 22 contains a brief biography of Earl I. Sponable)



Box 62 San Francisco broadcasting facility - Exhibits

(33 folders)


Box 62 Schlesinger, M.A., 1951-1952


Box 62 Schlafly, H.J., 1952


Box 62 Scophony

(SEE ALSO: Skiatron)


Box 62 Selectivision, Inc. (Bernard L. Goldenberg), 1960



Box 63 Skiatron, 1953-1960

(SEE ALSO: Scophony)


Box 63 Smith, Kline & French Labs, 1959


Box 63 Solomon Julius L.


Box 63 Sound, Stereo, 1962


Box 63 Standards and specifications, 1961-1962


Box 63 Stevens, Thomas L.


Box 63 Subliminal advertising, 1957


Box 63 Subscription TV, 1952-1959


Box 63 Subscription TV, Inc.


Box 63 T


Box 63 TV Guide


Box 63 Tape and film in television, 1962


Box 63 Tape, Magnetic, 1962


Box 63 Technicolor, 1959


Box 63 Telefunken, 1952


Box 63 Telektrikon


Box 63 Telemeter (Etobicoke)


Box 63 Telemeter (Etobicoke), 1960

(SEE ALSO: Subscription TV)


Box 63 Telemeter - International Telemeter Corporation, 1957


Box 63 Teleprompter Corporation, 1951;1956


Box 63 Television Broadcasters Association, 1944-1950



Box 64 Theatre - Dynamic Theatre Network, Inc., 1962


Box 64 Theatre Network Television, 1959


Theatre Television


Box 64 General, 1952-1962

(SEE ALSO: TV - Eidophor)


Box 64 Big screen demonstrations, 8mc AT&T line, 1950


Box 64 Demonstrations, 1948-1950


Federal Communications Commission (FCC) hearing



Box 68 "Los Angeles Plan" of large-screen TV network, 1949

(includes PHOTOS)


Box 68 RCA - experimental theatre TV contract, 1947-1949


Box 68 RCA-Princeton, 1949


Box 68 RCA-proposal, 1948-1949


Box 68 Technical differences between Paramount, SMPTE and TCFF, 1950


Box 68 Theremin TV System, 1951


Box 68 Toll TV (SEE ALSO: Subscription TV), 1961


Box 68 Tradio, Inc.


Box 68 Tubes, camera


Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (TCFFC)


Box 68 Boston, pre-1948


Box 68 Demonstrations, 1951


Box 68 Dismissal of applications for TV station construction permits


Box 68 Experimental laboratory, pre-1949



Box 69 Experimental station KE2XKA (formerly (KA-2461), 1951-1952


Box 69 Experimental TV laboratory reports, 1949


Box 69 Experimental theatre TV relay station KA-2461, 1950


Box 69 Los Angeles, 1945-1949


Box 69 Microwave


Box 69 Miscellaneous



Box 70 Theatre television, West Coast, 1950-1951


Box 70 West Coast, 1952


Box 70 West Orange and New York, 1945


Box 70 Twentieth Century Fox of California, Inc. (San Francisco)



Box 71 Twentieth Century Fox of Missouri, Inc. (Kansas City)


Box 71 Twentieth Century Fox of New England (Boston)

2 folders


Box 71 Twentieth Century Fox of Philadelphia



Box 72 Twentieth Century Fox of St. Louis


Box 72 Twentieth Century Fox of Washington, Inc. (Seattle)


Box 72 U


Box 72 V


Box 72 Varian Associates


Box 72 Visual Electronics Corporation


Box 72 W


Box 72 West Coast broadcasting facility - application to Federal Communications Commission, 1945


Box 72 Westinghouse, 1962


Box 72 Zenith


Box 72 Zenith-RKO General, 1960

Series VI: Television – Eidophor


General Files



Box 73 1949-1958



Box 74 1958 -1964


Box 74 American Microwave, 1957


Box 74 American Telephone and Telegraph, 1956-1969


Box 74 Bandwidth reduction


Box 74 Baumann. (Prof.) E. (Personal), 1958-1959


Box 74 Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1953-1959


Box 74 Bragg, H.E., 1959


Box 74 Brochure


Box 74 Ciba, 1958-1964



Box 75 Ciba - promotional materials


Box 75 Color, 1950-1954


Box 75 Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 1951


Box 75 CBS, 1952-1959



Box 76 Contracts, 1959-1959

(3 folders)


Box 76 Contracts and agreements, 31 Dec.1959

Gretag et al.



Box 77 Davis, John (Rank Organization)


Demonstrations


Box 77 1950-1952


Box 77 1952

2 folders


Box 77 Dornbusch & Co., 1951-1952


Box 77 Drawings, Sequential, 1956-1957



Box 78 E.M.I. Research, 1953-1954,1959


Box 78 Electrical and musical industry, 1951-1952


Box 78 Employment, 1955-1959


Box 78 Equipment - drawings, etc.

(2 folders; SEE ALSO: Oversize)


Box 78 Equipment - Liquid E-92

(in microfilm box within this box)


Box 78 Esenwein, Arnold


Box 78 Export data - component status


Box 78 Federal Communications Commission microwave license, 1957


Box 78 Flying spot scanner, 1953-1954


General Electric



Box 79 General, 1951-1952


Box 79 Orders, 1951-1952


Box 79 Contracts, 1952


Box 79 General, 1953-1958


Box 79 Gretag report on GE cameras, 1959


Box 79 General, 1959 -1962



Box 80 General Precision Corporation


Box 80 Gretag - Aktiengesellschaft, 1962


Box 80 Hearings (theatre television), 1951-1952

papers and articles (SEE ALSO: Television Theatre Television)


Box 80 Infringement investigation - color, stereoscopic system, 1952


Box 80 Inquiries, 1951-1962


Box 80 Insurance


Box 80 Interstate Engineering Corporation Invoices, 1951-1960


Box 80 Invoice, 1951-1960



Box 81 Japan - Toho International Inc.


Box 81 Leybold


Box 81 Locations


Box 81 Marconi


Box 81 National Carbon Company, 1953-1954


Box 81 National Union Radio Corporation (A. Skellett, K. Meinken), 1951-1952


Box 81 New York Telephone


Box 81 Park Sheraton Hotel


Box 81 Patent interference, 1955-1957


Box 81 Patents, 1951-1962

(2 folders)



Box 82 Patents - CBS, 1952-1957


Box 82 Patents – related


Box 82 Philips Companies


Box 82 Photographs (equipment, demonstrations and individuals, including E.I. Sponable)


Box 82 Pilgrim Theatre


Box 82 Project 21-E, 1952



Box 83 Projector and SuperVentarc (shipping), 1954


Box 83 Publicity - correspondence, memoranda, etc.


Box 83 Publicity - publications and clippings


Box 83 Raytheon

includes photographs



Box 84 Reports


Box 84 Rowley, B.G.H., 1952


Box 84 Schlafly, H.J. - reports on laboratory visits, 1951


Box 84 Shipments, 1954-1959


Box 84 Simultaneous projection (and sequential projection), 1952-1962


Box 84 Skouras, Spyros P., 1954-1957


Box 84 Small Eidophor

includes photographs


Box 84 Specifications, 1952-1953


Box 84 Surface Conduction, Inc., 1957



Box 85 Teleprompter Corporation, 1959


Box 85 Teletalent, Inc., (Louis L. Tyrell), 1959-1961


Box 85 Theatre Network Television (TNT) - Microwave Transmission Service, Inc., 1961-1962


Box 85 Thiemann, Dr. H. - papers


Box 85 Time record forms, 1959


Box 85 Vacuum Metals Corporation


Box 85 Ventarc and SuperVentarc, 1951-1959


Box 85 Wide angle, 1952


Box 85 Zeier, Alfred - salary, etc

Series VII: Cinemascope



Box 86 A


Box 86 Abbott, Wm., 1955


Box 86 Addresses, foreign, 1953-1954


Box 86 Aft, Albert E., 1955-1956


Box 86 Affair to Remember, 1957


Box 86 Africa, 1958


Box 86 AGA Bausch & Lomb (Sweden)


Box 86 AGAScope, 1958-1959


Box 86 Agreements and contracts


Box 86 Allied States Association (Abram F. Myers), 1953-1954


Box 86 Altec Service Corporation, 1953-1957


Box 86 Ampex Corporation, 1953-1957


Box 86 Aperture size - general


Box 86 Aperture size projection, for optical prints


Box 86 Apertures (camera - 55am; projectors), 1956-1957


Box 86 Argentina, 1956-1957


Box 86 Armoride, Ltd. (screens), 1953-1954


Box 86 ArnoId and Richter, 1956-1960


Box 86 Ascarelli, G., 1956-1957


Box 86 Ashcraft Co.


Box 86 Astro Cinematogrdica (lenses), 1953-1954


Box 86 Australia, 1953-1957


Box 86 Avenard (screen), 1953-1954



Box 87 B


Box 87 Ballantyne Co., 1953-1954


Box 87 Balzers, 1956-1960


Box 87 Bauer, Eugen, 1955-1957,1968


Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.


Box 87 before 1950


Box 87 1951


Box 87 1952-1953


Box 87 1952-1955



Box 88 1962-1963


Box 88 Adjustable camera lens, 1960


Box 88 Camera lens orders, 1954-1955


Box 88 Drawings - camera lens


Box 88 1954


Box 88 1955


Box 88 Drawings - combination


Box 88 Drawings - new lens, 1954


Box 88 Lens, camera, 55mm, 1956-1957



Box 89 Lens modification, 75mm, 1959


Box 89 Lenses, auxiliary, 1956-1957


Box 89 Lenses, projection, 1956-1957


Box 89 Lenses, 16mm, 1959


Box 89 Miscellaneous, 1956-1960


Box 89 Printers, 1955-1960


Box 89 Shipments, 1956-1957


Box 89 Sixteen millimeter


Box 89 Viewfinderg


Box 89 Bavaria Filmkunst, 1956-1957


Box 89 Beckley Perforating Co. (screens), 1953-1954


Box 89 BeeLand-King Film Productions, 1954



Box 90 Bell & Howell Co., 1953-1957


Box 90 Benecke (screen), 1953-1954


Box 90 The Big Show, 1957


Box 90 Bistagne, Pedro (Spain), 1953-1954


Box 90 Blumenfeld, Herman, 1955-1960


Bragg, H.E.


Box 90 1953-1955


Box 90 1956-1961


Box 90 Brakeli, Gordon R., 1953-1957


Box 90 British Acoustic Films, Ltd., 1953-1957


Box 90 British Thomson-Houston Export Co. Ltd., 1953-1957


Box 90 Brockliss-Simplex, S.A., 1953-1957


Box 90 Brush Electronics Co., 1953-1954


Box 90 C


Box 90 Carmen Jones, 1956-1957


Box 90 Carousel, 1956


Box 90 Carpenter, L.E., 1953-1957


Box 90 Century Projector Corporation, 1953-1957



Box 91 Chretien, Henri, 1952-1957


Box 91 Cinemeccanica, 1956-1957


Box 91 Cinepanoramic (lenses)


Box 91 Columbia Broadcasting System, 1957


Box 91 Columbic Pictures, 1953-1954


Box 91 Compagnie Radio-Cinema, 1953-1954


Box 91 Contracts, 1953-1959


Box 91 Contracts-striping and sound


Box 91 Cornfield, Albert



Box 92 D


Box 92 Daddy Long Legs, 1955


Box 92 Debrie, Andre - Manufacturing Corporation, 1954-1957


Box 92 Degausser (Movietone), 1957


Box 92 DelRiccio, Lorenzio, 1953


Box 92 Demonstration, 1953-1955


Box 92 Demonstrations, Foreign, 1956-1957


Box 92 Demonstrations, U.S. and Canada


Box 92 Denmark, 1953-1954


Box 92 Desiree, 1954


Box 92 DeVry Corporation, 1953-1954


Box 92 Doerschel, G., 1956-1957


Box 92 Dornbusch, 1953


Drawings


Box 92 numbered, 022-1739E

27 folders



Box 93 numbered, A3575 - E3986

19 folders


Box 93 unnumbered, C - F

6 folders



Box 94 unnumbered, P - Z and miscellaneous

12 folders


Box 94 Dubbing, 1953-1954


Box 94 Eastman Kodak Company, 1953-1957


Box 94 Editer, 1953-1954


Box 94 Einfeld, Charles, 1953-1954


Box 94 Employment, 1953-1954


Box 94 Eprad Company - sound, 1953-1954


Box 94 Equipment


Box 94 Exchanges



Box 95 F


Box 95 Faulkner, Carl


Box 95 Fedi, Ing. Angiolo, 1953-1957


Box 95 Film, miscellaneous


Box 95 Film and equipment, 55mm, before 1962


Box 95 Film design, 1954-1955


Box 95 Filters


Box 95 Fragments [paper badly damaged in storage]


Box 95 Futter, Walter


Box 95 G


Box 95 Galileo


Box 95 Gaumont-Kalee, 1957


Box 95 Gehring, W.C.


Box 95 General Electric


Box 95 General Precision Lab


Box 95 Geraetebau-Anstalt


Box 95 Goldfarb, Henry



Box 96 Gordon, James, 1956-1957


Box 96 Gottschalk (Panavision), 1958


Grignon, Lorin D.


Box 96 before 1955


Box 96 1956-1958


Box 96 H


Halprin, Sol


Box 96 1953-1955


Box 96 1956-1960



Box 97 History, 1956-1960


Box 97 India, 1956-1957


Box 97 Indonesia, 1959


Box 97 Invoices, 1956-1957


Box 97 ISCO, 1956


Box 97 Israel


Box 97 Italy (Cinecitta, etc.), 1954-1959


Box 97 J


Box 97 Japan


Box 97 K


Box 97 Katkoff, N.


Box 97 The King and I


Box 97 Kupper, William J.


Box 97 L


Box 97 Lake Placid Club


Box 97 Lamps, arc, etc.


Box 97 Laube, Grover, 1955


Box 97 LaVezzi Machine Works, 1955-1957


Box 97 LeFebre, John, 1953-1957


Box 97 Leitz lenses, 1953-1956


Box 97 Lens bench (alignment fixture), 1959


Box 97 Lens (foreign) commitments and sales


Box 97 Lens orders (theatres, etc.), 1953-1954


Box 97 Lens sales, 1953-1957


Lenses


Box 97 Auxiliary, 1962


Box 97 Camera (Europe), 1959


Box 97 Camera - proposed new designs, 1960-1961


Box 97 Dyaliscope and zoom, 1962-1964


Box 97 Elgeet Optical Co., 1963-1964


Box 97 Modification of camera attachment, 1961


Box 97 Projection (16mm), 1962


Box 97 Rank Organization, 1964



Box 98 Zeiss, Carl


Miscellaneous


Box 98 1953-1955


Box 98 1956-1960

(2 folders; both include photographs)


Box 98 1961-1964



Box 99 various dates

(2 folders)


Box 99 Leslie, Fred, 1953-1957


Box 99 Lichtman, Al, 1953-1954


Box 99 Lightboards, 1956-1957


Box 99 Lippspringe (screen), 1953-1954


Box 99 Litchfield, B., 1953-1954


Box 99 The Longest Day, 1962


Box 99 M-Mc


Box 99 McAuley Manufacturing Company, 1953-1954


Box 99 McCullough, R.K., 1953-1957


Box 99 McFarland, E.H., 1953-1954



Box 100 Magnascreen, 1953-1954


Box 100 Magnasyne Manufacturing Company, 1953-1957


Box 100 Magnetic tape and film


Box 100 Manufacturers, foreign, 1953-1954


Box 100 Marechal (screen)


Box 100 Martin, R.L., 1953-1954


Box 100 Mersay, Harry


Box 100 MGM (Love's), 1953-1954


Box 100 Michel, W.C., 1953-1954


Box 100 Microphones, 1953-1954


Box 100 Microtecnica, 1953-1954


Box 100 Miller, Jack J., 1953-1961


Box 100 "Millionaire" (i.e., How to Marry a Millionaire), 1953-1954


Box 100 Mining and Manufacturing Co., 1953-1954


Box 100 Miscellaneous, 1953-1955


Box 100 Mitchell Camera Company, 1956-1957


Box 100 Moller Optische (lenses), 1953-1957



Box 101 Molnlydke (textile - Mr. Nessim), 1953-1954


Box 101 Mosalk-Film (J.H. Henkel), 1953-1957


Box 101 Motiograph, 1953-1954


Box 101 Motion Picture Research Council, 1953-1957


Box 101 Movietone, 1963


Box 101 Movietone, British, 1953-1954


Box 101 Munich (Gerd Oswald), 1953-1954


Box 101 Music Hall, 1955


Box 101 Muth, Jack, from 1953


Box 101 N


Box 101 National Theatre Supply Company, 1953-1954


Box 101 Nessim, Nils, 1953-1954


Box 101 Netherlands, 1956-1957


Box 101 New Horizons (French short subject), 1953-1954


Box 101 Newcomer, H. Sidney, 1953-1954


Box 101 Newmade Products Corporation, 1953-1954


Box 101 Newsreel, 1956-1957


Box 101 Nibbling, 1956-1957



Box 102 Norwegian Cinemascope, 1956


Box 102 Nygren, Sven, 1953-1954


Box 102 O


Box 102 Oude Delft, de - lenses (Old Delft Optical Company), 1953-1957


Box 102 Oray, Societe (screen), 1955


Box 102 P


Box 102 Paillard Productions, 1953-1954


Box 102 Palace Theatre, Netcong, N.J., 1955


Box 102 Palace Theatre, N.Y., 1959


Box 102 Panon Camera Co., Ltd., 1955-1957


Box 102 Paramount Theatre


Box 102 Patent Copies, Record



Box 103 Patent Copies, Index


Box 103 Patents (with related technical papers)


Box 103 Patents - Chretien, Newcomer, Hurley, miscellaneous, 1953-1955


Box 103 Patents, German


Box 103 Pathe Laboratories, 1953-1954


Box 103 Pattinson, J., 1953-1957


Box 103 Pelsen (plastic reel), 1954


Box 103 Perfectone, 1953-1954


Box 103 Perkins Electric Company, 1953-1954


Philips (sound)


Box 103 1953-1955



Box 104 1956-1959


Box 104 Photographs


Box 104 general


Box 104 degaussing section, "information for Theatre" 3rd revision


Box 104 lenses, 1954-1957


Box 104 lenses and soundheads, 1954 June 30


Box 104 printers, 1956-1957


Box 104 WC Projections Room, 1957


Box 104 Photo-sonics, Inc., 1962


Box 104 Pi-Erne-Ci, 1955


Box 104 Pilgrim Theatre, 1955


Box 104 La Precision Cinematographique, 1953-1954


Box 104 Prevost (soundheads), 1953-1954


Box 104 Prince Valiant, 1953-1954


Printers


Box 104 Cinemascope and SuperCinemascope, 1953-1954


Box 104 55-70mm; 70mm; 55-35mm, 1961


Prints and printing


Box 104 1953-1955



Box 105 1956-1969;1962


Box 105 Problems


Box 105 Test prints


Box 105 Productions, 1956-1957


Box 105 Produit Perfectone, S.A., 1956-1957


Box 105 Projection, 1955-1959


Box 105 Projection Aperture Chart, 1956-1957


Box 105 Projection cue sheets (surround track), 1953-1957


Box 105 Projection, Rear


Box 105 Projectormatic, 1957


Box 105 Projectors, 55-35mm, 70mm, 1957-1959


Box 105 Projectors, Miscellaneous, 1956-1957


Publications and papers


Box 105 general, 1955-1957


Box 105 screens



Box 106 technical, 1953-1957


Box 106 Publicity


Box 106 General, undated


Box 106 1953-1954


Box 106 1955-1956


Box 106 1957-1964


Box 106 Addresses and papers



Box 107 "The Cinema" (booklet, by E.H. McFarland), 1955


Box 107 Fame Award, 1956-1957


Box 107 "Information for the Theatre"


Box 107 Correspondence re: distribution


Box 107 mailing lists and miscellaneous files


Box 107 Information Packet (manual, technical drawings, etc.), 1953


Box 107 MagOptical Sound (booklet)


Outside



Box 108 1953, undated


Box 108 1954


Box 108 1955-1956


Box 108 1957-1960



Box 109 Photographic Techniques (booklet)


Box 109 Promotional packets


Box 109 Requests for information


Box 109 Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers


Box 109 Pyral, 1953-1957


Box 109 Q


Box 109 R


Box 109 RCA, 1953-1954


Box 109 RKO Theatres, 1953-1954


Box 109 Radio Cinema, 1953-1954


Box 109 Reef (i.e. Beneath the Twelve-Mile Reef), 1953


Box 109 Reels, 55 and 35mm, 1957


Box 109 Reeves Soundcraft, 1953-1957


Box 109 Reisman, William, 1955


Box 109 Rembusch, Trueman T., 1953-1954


Box 109 Report on 55mm, 1956-1958


Box 109 Reproducer, 55-35mm, 1958



Box 110 Rider, L.F. (London), 1953-1962


Box 110 Rivoli Theatre, 1959


Box 110 The Robe, 1953-1962


Box 110 Roehlen Engraving (screen), 1953-1954


Box 110 Rogell, Sid, 1953-1957


Box 110 Roots of Heaven, 1958


Box 110 Rotafilm (Spain)


Box 110 Roxy Theatre, 1953-1957


Box 110 Ruhe, L., 1956-1957


Box 110 Russia, pictures for, 1959


Box 110 S


Box 110 Scanoscope (Scanoptic, Inc.), 1957


Box 110 Schneider-Cinegon (lenses), 1953-1954


Box 110 Schreiber, Lew, 1953-1954


Box 110 Schumann, Max (screen), 1953-1954


Screens


Box 110 ordered and supplied, 1953-1954


Box 110 replacements, 1953-1954


miscellaneous


Box 110 1953-1955



Box 111 1956-1960


Box 111 Seeley, E.S., Jr., 1959


Box 111 Sehm (screen), 1953-1954


Box 111 Selznick, David O., 1957-1958


Box 111 September Storm, 1960


Box 111 Shipments, 1956-1957


Box 111 Shipping notices, invoices and related correspondence


Box 111 Short Subject No. 5-A, 1953-1954


Box 111 Short Subjects No. 9 and 10, 1954


Box 111 Short Subjects - Cypress, Crete, Rhodes, 1954


Box 111 Sichelman, Ira, 1954-1955


Siemens & Halske


Box 111 1953-1954



Box 112 1955


Box 112 1956-1968


Box 112 Siemens Bros. (London)


Box 112 Silverstone, Murray, 1953-1954


Box 112 Sixteen millimeter, 1953-1962


Box 112 Skouras, George, 1953-1954


Box 112 Skouras, Spyros P., 1953-1957


Box 112 Smith, Robert (London), 1953-1954


Sound


Box 112 Magnetic and optical and miscellaneous, 1956-1957


Box 112 MagOptical, 1956-1957



Box 113 MagOptical Bulletins, 1957


Box 113 On/Off control effects, 1953-1954


Box 113 Peyton Place and other films, 1958


Box 113 Six-track 55mm composite release, etc., 1956-1959


Box 113 Standards, 1959


Box 113 Surround Sound


Box 113 Westrex, Altec, RCA, GPL, etc., 1956-1959


Soundheads


Box 113 General, 1953-1954

(includes photographs)


Box 113 Alfenol, Thermenol, Permalloy, 1954


Box 113 ferrite magnetic, 1953-1954


Box 113 Splicing machines


Box 113 Spoerri & Co., E.H. (screen), 1953-1954


Box 113 Sprockets, 1955-1959


Box 113 Stan White, Inc., 1955


Box 113 Stancil-Hoffman, 1956-1957


Box 113 Standards, 1955


Box 113 Stellini (screen)


Box 113 Stone, Thomas & George M. (screen), 1953-1954


Box 113 Striping, 1953-1954


Box 113 Strong Electric Corporation, 1954-1957


Box 113 SuperCinemascope, 1955


Box 113 Sylvania Electric Products, 1956-1957


Box 113 T


Box 113 Taylor, Taylor & Hobson, Ltd. (lenses), 1953-1954


Box 113 Technicolor Corporation, 1953-1962



Box 114 Teleprompter Corporation


Box 114 Terrytoons, 1955


Test film


Box 114 General, 1953-1954


Box 114 General, 1956-1961


Box 114 Drive-ins, 1953-1954


Box 114 Theatre and equipment companies, and stockholder inquiries,, 1953-1954


Box 114 Theatre installations


Box 114 domestic (U.S. and Canada), 1953-1957


Box 114 foreign, 1953-1955



Box 115 foreign, 1956-1957


Box 115 inspections, 1953-1954


Box 115 miscellaneous, 1953-1954


Box 115 Theatre projection (sprockets, leaders, lenses, etc.), 1953-1955


Theatres - drive-ins


Box 115 1953-1955


Box 115 1956-1957


Box 115 Theatres, miscellaneous


Box 115 There's No Business Like Show Business, 1954


Box 115 Trademark, 1953-1957


Box 115 Twentieth Century Fox Films - feature pictures, 1961-1962



Box 116 U


Box 116 UFA (Mr. Kenna), 1953-1954


Box 116 Universal - international, 1953-1954


Box 116 Unsqueezing for television


Box 116 V


Box 116 Ventarc Lamps


Box 116 VurpiIIot, M. George, 1956


Box 116 Wallace, T.M. (Tim), 1953-1954


Box 116 Warner Brothers, 1953-1957


Box 116 Webb, Jerry, 1953-1957


Box 116 Welker, W., 1953-1957


Box 116 Westrex Corporation, 1953-1957


Box 116 Whitmore, R.D., 1954


Box 116 Wilding Pictures, 1953-1954


Box 116 Wollensak (lenses), 1953-1954


Box 116 X-Y-Z


Box 116 The Young Lions, 1958


Box 116 Zanuck, Darryl F., 1953-1960


Box 116 Zeiss lenses and sound (Opton, Icon, Carl Zeiss), 1953-1954


Box 116 Zonal Film Facilities, Ltd., 1953-1954

Series VIII: Wide Screen



Box 117 ARC 120


Box 117 Arenas and Arcocha, 1964


Box 117 B


Box 117 Bronesky, Leon J., 1957


Box 117 Bvana Devil (3D), 1953


Box 117 C


Box 117 Cinema 160°


Box 117 CinemaGraf, 1960


Box 117 Cinema-Reflex, 1962


Box 117 Cine-Miracle, 1955


Box 117 Cinepanoramic


Box 117 Cinerama, 1953-1959


Box 117 Cinerama, 1962


Box 117 Cinerama - South Africa


Box 117 Cinetarium, 1956-1962


Box 117 Circlorama


Cleopatra


Box 117 general, 1962-1964


Box 117 domestic



Box 118 openings


Box 118 publicity


Box 118 South America - E.O. Wilschke


Box 118 Cooper, Merriam and Winton C. Hoch, 1958


Box 118 Copland and Eckhert, Messrs.- 3D, 1953


Box 118 Cyclorama, 1960

(Jean Bourguinon)


Box 118 Dimension 150 and TODD-AO


Box 118 E


Box 118 Equipment


Box 118 F


Box 118 Falium, J.- 3D, 1954


Box 118 G


Box 118 Giant Scope - 3D


Box 118 Giordano, Rinaldo


Box 118 Goldofsky, E.M., 1959


Box 118 Gottschalk, Robert E. - Panavision, 1955


Box 118 Grandeur 70, 1961-1962

(SEE ALSO: General Files/Grandeur)



Box 119 Heraclorama


Box 119 Hispanoscope, 1959


Box 119 India (Bombay, etc.)


Box 119 Lenses


Box 119 M


Box 119 MagicLantern, 1961


Box 119 Multiplane Pictures, Ltd. - 3D, 1953


Box 119 Multivision - 3D, 1953


Box 119 Naturama, 1956


Box 119 Norwayscope, 1957


Box 119 O-P


Box 119 Palmer, B.J. - 3D


Box 119 Panavision (Gottschalk)


Box 119 Panorama


Box 119 Paramount Pictures Corporation - 3D


Box 119 Perfectone, 1953


Box 119 Perspecta


Box 119 Perivision Intrascope Skinopter


Box 119 Picturama


Box 119 Piercy, Denzel, 1960


Box 119 Plastorama process


Box 119 Polaroid - 3D


Box 119 Polyvision (Magirama), 1962


Box 119 Projectors


Box 119 Publicity and articles


Box 119 R


Box 119 Raibaud, Paul "Promoteurs et Realisateurs...", 1955


Box 119 Rank Precision Industries, 1958


Box 119 Republic


Box 119 Rollamo, 1958


Box 119 S


Seventy millimeter


Box 119 general


Box 119 conversion, 6th Floor Theatre


Box 119 Russian


Box 119 Sinoscope


Box 119 Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers


Box 119 Sound (Kostas Evanghelou) - 3D


Box 119 Sound of Music, 1965


Box 119 Spacearium (70mm) - Seattle World's Fair


Box 119 Spoor-Bergman


Box 119 Standards (film sizes), 1962


Box 119 Stereovision (L.E.Thomas), 1961


Box 119 Super-Heraclorama


Box 119 Super-Scope - 3D



Box 120 T


Box 120 Technirama, 1957


Box 120 Technirama 70, 1961


TODD-AO


Box 120 General, 1953-1960


Box 120 General, 1961-1963


Box 120 DeLuxe Lab printing, 1959-1960


Box 120 TCFF Corp., 1959-1960


Box 120 Ultravision 100, 1962


Box 120 Veri-Vision - 3D


Box 120 Vidoscope


Box 120 Vistarama (Carl Dudley)


Box 120 VistaVision


Box 120 Vitarama Corporation


Box 120 W


Box 120 Wide film and 3D processes - miscellaneous

Series IX: Photographs



Box 121 Aeo Light


Box 121 Boat


Box 121 Building, 1938


Box 121 Building entrances, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and Movietone News


Box 121 Camera


Box 121 Camera, photographed by Kirby, 1945 March 23


Box 121 Camera, 70mm


Box 121 Case, Theodore W.


Box 121 Cinemascope


Box 121 1953-1954, undated


Box 121 Paris


Box 121 Eidophor

(contains GLASS - Handle with care)


Equipment


Box 121 General

(3 folders)


Fox Case Corporation



Box 122 1930-1931


Box 122 1949


Box 122 Fame Award, 1956


Box 122 Gray scale


Box 122 Kislyn patent application pictures and specification photographs


Box 122 Outdoor filming, 1938 September


Box 122 Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers


Box 122 general


Box 122 convention, 1950 October


Box 122 paper, 1946 October 17


Box 122 paper, 1955 April 21


Box 122 Television Committee


Box 122 Sponable, Earl I. - Portraits and photographs with equipment


Box 122 Television - Coty roof and Montclair roof


Box 122 Television laboratory


Box 122 Topographical models


Box 122 Miscellaneous


Box 122 Related envelopes (empty)

Series X: Film



Box 123 Safety film - 35-70mm flat film

3 reels



Box 124 Safety film - oversize flat film



Box 125 Screen material


Nitrate film (Missing)

one package, stored in freezer in Reprography Section, 110 Butler Library.

Series XI: Oversize



Flat Box 534 Fox Research & Development: Television, Sanfransisco Broadcasting Facility: Employee Flow Chart


Flat Box 534 Fox Research & Development, Television-Eidophor -Equipment-Drawings, etc. Business Chart in German


Flat Box 534 Fox Research & Development -Cinimascape. Newcomer, It Sidney1953-1954: Blueprints/Industrial Design


Flat Box 534 Fox Research and Development: Cinimascape; anon Camera Co. LTD: Blueprints/Schematics