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“Al Haddon’s Lamp,” NBC, Author’s Playhouse, 12 May 1943; WDBJ, Dramatic Guild, nd.

“And Dream No More.” ABC, Theater Five, 3 Jun 1965.

“Cartwright's Camera,”  NBC, Johnny Presents, 27 May 1941; NBC, Author's Playhouse, 30Oct 1942; WDBJ, Dramatic Guild, nd; NBC, Author's Playhouse, 20 Jun 1944; NBC, Grand Marquee, 24 Apr 1947; Adelphia College Training, 7 Jun 1948; WSLS, Your Summer Theatre, 7 Aug 1949.

“Conquerors’ Isle,”  CBS, Escape, 5 Mar 1949; WSLS, Your Summer Theatre, 1 Oct 1949; NBC, Radio City Playhouse, 2 Oct 1949; CBS, Escape, 11 Jan 1953.

“Desert Law,”  Armed Forces Overseas Radio, Command Performance, 23 Jun 1942.

“Dr. Fuddle's Fingers,”  Dramatic Guild, WDBJ, nd.

“Herman and the Mermaid.” NBC, Author’s Playhouse, 1 Sep 1943.

“Inside Story,”  NBC, Grand Marquee, 3 Apr 1947; NBC, Grand Marquee, 15 Jul 1949; WSLS, Your Summer Theatre, 14 Aug 1949; Lux Video Theatre, 30 Jun 1957; WSLS, Your Summer Theatre, 14 Aug 1949; Lux Video Theatre, 23 Jul 1957.

“Johnny Cartwright's Camera,”  NBC, Author's Playhouse, 9 Dec 1942; WDBJ, Dramatic Guild, nd; NBC, Author's Playhouse, 20 May 1944; NBC, Grand Marquee, 24 Nov 1947; Local, Adelphia College, 7 Jun 1948; WSLS, Your Summer Theatre; 7 Aug 1949.

“The Housekeeper,”  WSLS, Your Summer Theatre, 29 Jun 1949.

“The Mask of Medusa,”  NBC, Peter Lorre's Mystery on the Air,  4 Sep 1947.

“Mr. Mergenthwirker’s Lobblies,” Their Best Stories, 27 Mar 1938; WOR-Mutual, 5 May to 12 Sep 1938; NBC, Johnny Presents, 11 Feb 1941; Molle' Mystery Theatre, 7 Nov 1944; NBC, Author's Playhouse, Feb 17, 1943; NBC, Johnny Presents, 6 Jan 1942; CBC, Buckingham Theatre Curtain Time, 29 Oct 1947; CBC, Ford Theatre, Mar 14, 1952. (Note: From 5 May 1938 to 12 Sep 1938 “Mr. Mergenthwirker’s Lobblies,” was adapted as a radio series of 19 episodes with stories written by  Will Glickman for the Mutual Broadcasting Network.)

“My Nephew Norvill,” The Ford Theater, 10 Sep 1952.

“On Schedule,” The Black Book, # 62, 17 Feb 1952.

“Peterson's Eye,” Pasadena City College Playhouse,  May 1949.

“Pilgrimage,”  The Story, WSLS, 8 Nov 1944.

“Pledge to the Future,”  written and contributed to the Boy Scouts of America, aired on a variety of Virginia radio stations, beginning 14 Jan 1949.

“Pygmalion’s Gal,” NBC, Grand Marquee, 13 Mar 1947; CBC, Buckingham Theatre Curtain Time, 22 Mar 1948; WSLS, Your Summer Theatre, 24 Jul 1949.

“The Remarkable Talent of Egbert Haw,” NBC, Author’s Playhouse, 19 July 1942; WDBJ, Dramatic Guild, 1 Oct 1942; NBC, Grand Marquee, 27 Aug 1942; Kanwaha Players; 27 Feb 1949; CBS, Make-Believe Town, 14 Nov 1950; American Ballers[?] Show, 5 Mar 1953; CBS, Make-Believe Town, 2 Mar 1956.

“Socrates of the South Forty,”  CBC, Buckingham Theatre Curtain Time; CBC, 25 Feb 1948.

“Take My Drum to England...”  WDBJ, Dramatic Guild, 1 May 1942;  WDBJ, Dramatic Guild, 24 Jun 1944.

“To See the Light,”  Virginia Society for Cripple Children and Adults, aired on various stations in and near Virginia, Easter, 1948.

“Under a Lucky Star,” CBS, Stars Over Hollywood, 3 Feb 1949; WSLS, Your Summer Theatre, 3 Jul 1949; CBS, Stars Over Hollywood,  27 Feb 1952

“Vital Factor,”  NBC, Dimension X, 16 Aug 1951; NBC, X Minus One, 30 Nov 1955.


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