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Inventory of the Milton Raskin Papers, 1934-1985
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Series Description

Box 1; box 2, folders 1-38, box 4, folders 1-21; box 5, folders 1-14

Series 1: Music Compositions

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by title. Includes music composed, arranged, or transcribed by Raskin, and music composed by others and with lyrics by Raskin. Also includes music composed and arranged by others but owned by Raskin.
Box 2, folders 39-43; box 3, folders 1-13

Series 2: Writings

Scope and Content Note

Divided into three sub-series: "Lyrics and Poems," Television Treatments, and Books." Each sub-series is arranged alphabetically. The contents of the sub-series Lyrics and Poems do not correspond to any of the contents of the series Music.
Box 2, folder 44; box 3, folders 14-16

Series 3: Manuscript Fragments And Sketches

Scope and Content Note

Includes ideas written in notebooks, on envelopes and cocktail napkins.
Box 2, folder 45, box 3, folders 17-35

Series 4: Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by author, and then chronologically.
Box 2, folders 46-47; box 3, folders 36-38; box 4, folders 22-24

Series 5: Drawings

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically according to title or subject. Includes originals and reproductions of drawings by Raskin.
Box 2

Series 6: Recordings

Scope and Content Note

Includes recordings of Raskin's compositions, and Raskin's performances.
Box 2, folder 48; box 3, 39-53; box 4, folders 24-25

Series 7: Biographical Materials

Scope and Content Note

Includes reviews and promotional materials. Also includes documents concerning litigation over royalties and employment contracts.
Box 3, folders 54-57

Series 8: Photographs

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of Raskin, Raskin's mother, and others.

Container List

 

Series 1: Music Compositions

Box Box 4, Folder 1

A Train, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 1

About Face, from the I'm Nobody routine, music by Joel Grey and Paul Smith, orchestration by Frank Perkins, arrangement by Frank Comstock (score, oz) 1951

Folder 2

Action on the North Atlantic, music by Adolph Deutsch (score, ozalid) [also titled Action in the North Atlantic]

Folder 3

After Hours, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, photocopy) 1967

Folder 4

Air Force, music by Franz Waxman (score, photocopy)

Box Box 5, Folder 1

Almost A Lullaby, music by Robert Farnon (score, photocopy)

Box Box 1, Folder 5

And the Angels Sing, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Box Box 5, Folder 2

And the Angels Sing (for Marjorie Barrow), music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 6

Andy Capp, music and lyrics by Milt Raskin (score, ms-i) [includes drafts and a letter from Syndication International Ltd., London] 1975

Folder 7

April in Paris (score, ms-p)

Folder 8

Baby, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, photocopy) [also titled I Found a New Baby] 1967

Folder 9

Background to Danger, music by Heinz Roemhel (score, ozalid)

Folder 10

Be My Friend, music and lyrics by Baker Massey and James Wisner, transcription by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 11

Because I Love Him So, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Peggy Lee (score, ozalid) 1960

Folder 12

(I'm at Your) Beck and Call, music and lyrics by Hal Hopper and Milton Raskin (score, ms-i; typescript lyrics)

Box Box 5, Folder 3

Begin the Beguine, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid)

Box Box 1, Folder 13

Bennie Rides Again, music by Benny Goodman (parts, ozalid)

Folder 14

Big John Special, music by Bennie Goodman (score, ozalid, ms-p)

Box Box 5, Folder 4

Big John Special, music by Bennie Goodman (score, ozalid)

Box Box 1, Folder 15

The Blues for Paree, music by Pierre Arimi, French lyrics by Mouloudji, English lyrics by Milton Raskin. New York: Criterion Music Corp., c1951, 1955 [performed by Bing Crosby] 1951, 1955

Folder 16

Boston Beans, music by Milton Raskin and Bill Schluger, lyrics by Peggy Lee (score, ozalid) 1961

Box Box 4, Folder 2

Bugle Call Rag, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p; parts, photocopy)

Box Box 1, Folder 17

Children of Dreams, music by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (score, ozalid)

Folder 18

Children's Corner, music by Claude Debussy, arranged by Norman Luboff, English lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1966

Box Box 4, Folder 3

Collaboration, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Box Box 1, Folder 19

Country Girl, music and lyrics by Robert Farnon. London: Chappell Co. Ltd., c1966 (score, photocopy) 1966

Folder 20

Country Road, music by Pat Williams, lyrics and arrangement by Milton Raskin (parts, ms-i)

Box Box 5, Folder 5

Country Road, music by Pat Williams, arrangement by Milton Raskin (ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 21

Gramercy 5: Cross my Heart, music by Artie Shaw (score, ozalid)

Folder 22

Dark Passage, music by Arthur Schwartz, Max Steiner, and Franz Waxman, lyrics by Howard Dietz, arrangement by Frank Perkins (score, ozalid)

Folder 23

Davy Jones, music by Dom Frontiere, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1959

Folder 24

Daybreak, music by Tommy Dorsey (parts, ozalid)

Folder 25

Daydreams in the Night, arranged by Pete Rugolo (parts, ms-i) 1968

Folder 26

Diana, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Folder 27

A Dixieland Gal, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Box Box 4, Folder 4

Don't Be That Way, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 5, Folder 6

Don't Be That Way, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Box Box 1, Folder 28

Echoes (In the Night), music by Franklyn Marks, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) [recorded by George Shearing 3/68] 1968

Folder 29

Elmer's Tune, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Marjorie Barrow and Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Folder 30

Fairy Tales, music by George Shearing, lyrics my Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1961

Folder 31

Fenwick Holmes Song, music by Milton Raskin (fragments, ms-p)

Folder 32

Fisherman's Wharf, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Peggy Lee (score, ozalid) 1961

Folder 33

Flying Fortress, music by William Lava, (score, ozalid)

Box Box 4, Folder 5

Flying Low, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 34

The Fool, music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin (drafts, ms-i) 1973

Folder 35

For Marjorie, music by Robert Farnon (score, ozalid)

Folder 36

For Marjorie, lyrics by Milton Raskin (typescript, photocopy) 1973

Folder 37

Forevermore (Lei Aloha Lei Makamae), music and Hawaiian lyrics by Chas E. King, English lyrics by Milton Raskin. New York: Criterion Music Corp., c1934, 1955 1934-55

Folder 38

Forevermore (Lei Aloha Lei Makamae), music and Hawaiian lyrics by Chas E. King, English lyrics by Milton Raskin. New York: Criterion Music Corp., c1934, 1962 1934-62

Folder 39

Four Brothers, music by Jimmy Giuffre (parts, ms-i; photocopies with performance notes) 1948

Folder 40

The Frog, music and Portuguese lyrics by Joao Donato, English lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1969

Folder 41

The Game of Love (Jackie's Mambo), for Nat King Cole, music by Armando Peraza, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1961

Folder 42

Genesis Blues, music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1973

Folder 43

A Gift Without the Giver, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin and Hal Hopper (score, ms-i; lyrics, typescript)

Folder 44

Ginny (theme from The High Cost of Loving), music by Jeff Alexander, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1958

Folder 45

Grain Belt Blues, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Peggy Lee (score, ozalid) 1961

Folder 46

Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Box Box 5, Folder 7

Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 47

Hawaiian War Chant, music by Tommy Dorsey (parts, ozalid)

Folder 48

Heartbreak Ahead, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 49

Horn-A-Plenty, music by Robert Farnon (score, photocopy)

Folder 50

How Beautiful Is Night (With You), music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin. (score, ozalid) 1963

Folder 51

How Beautiful Is Night (With You), music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin. London: Chappell & Co. Ltd., c1963, 1965 [recorded by Sarah Vaughn] 1963-65

Box Box 4, Folder 6

How Do I Love You?, music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p; vocal, ms-i) 1972

Folder 7

I Can't Get Started, music by Milt Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 52

I Don't Know What Kind of Blues I Got, music by Duke Ellington, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Folder 53

I Fall in Love With You, music by Benny Carter, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1958

Box Box 4, Folder 8

I Found a New Baby, music by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Folder 9

I Guess I'll Have To Dream the Rest, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p; vocal, ms-i) ["for Marjorie Barrow"]

Box Box 1, Folder 54

I Never Wanna Look Into Those Eyes Again, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Hollywood: Palm Springs Music Co., c1955 [recorded by June Christy] 1955

Folder 55

I Never Wanna Look Into Those Eyes Again, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Johnny Mercer. London: Campbell Connelley & Co., Ltd., c1955 [recorded by June Christy] 1955

Folder 56

I'll Be There, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin and Martie Hubble. Hollywood: Palm Springs Music Co., c1957 [recorded by The Hawkeyes] 1957

Folder 57

I'm Gone on You, music by Quincy Jones, lyrics by Milt Raskin and Marjorie York (drafts, ink and pencil) [note on envelope: "(not to be used)"] 1976 (1956)

Folder 58

If you Don't Swing, Don't Ring, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 59

In a Calm, music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, photocopy)

Folder 60

In Missouri, music by Jack Marshall, lyrics by Milton Raskin. Burbank: Walt Disney Music Company, c1957 1957

Folder 61

In Missouri, music by Jack Marshall, lyrics by Milton Raskin. London: Walt Disney Music Co., Ltd., c1957 1957

Folder 62

Inflation Blues, lyrics by Milton Raskin (drafts, ink and pencil) [music from Killin' Myself by Duke Ellington; Robbins Music Corporation, c1943]

Box Box 5, Folder 8

Intermission Riff, music by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 63

Iraq, music by Heinz Roemheld (score, ozalid)

Folder 64

Irena, music and lyrics by Robert Farnon (score, photocopy)

Folder 65

It Never Was You, music by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Maxwell Anderson, arranged by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) [for Miss Judy Garland]

Folder 66

It's a Long Way to Broadway, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg (score, ms-p) 1936

Folder 67

It's Warm for December, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 68

J. F. Kennedy, music by William Lava (score, ozalid)

Folder 69

Janet, music by Duke Ellington (photocopy) 1954

Folder 70

Janie, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1977

Folder 71

John Paul Jones, music by Max Steiner

Box Box 4, Folder 10

Judy, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin, (score and parts, ms-p; vocal, ms-i) 1976

Box Box 1, Folder 72

Jumpin' at the Woodside (fragments, pencil)

Box Box 4, Folder 11

King Porter Stomp, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 1, Folder 73

L. A. Suite: After the Earthquake; My Hometown, L. A.; (I've Got) Those Diamond Lane Blues, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1976

Folder 74

The "Laugh-In" Book of Christmas Carols: God Help Us, Hapless Pedagogues; Swingers, All Hail; Harvard Men; Hayakawa, on a Pear Tree; O Bruins, O Bruins; We're Playing House, at Lambda Nu, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin, (score, ozalid) [with additional title page "The 'Cracked' Book of Christmas Carols", 1972] 1969

Folder 75

Let's Dance (band score, ms-photo; 4 sax. score, ms-p)

Folder 76

Let's Do It, parodies by Milton Raskin (pencil, ink)

Folder 77

Let's Have a Love-In, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, photocopy) 1967

Folder 78

Let's Live Again, music by George Shearing, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1960

Folder 79

Lies, music by Jerry Goldsmith, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid)

Folder 80

Lift Up Your Voice, America, music by Martie Hubble, lyrics by Milt Raskin (score, ozalid) 1959

Folder 81

Lift Up Your Voice, America!, music by Martie Hubble, lyrics by Milt Raskin, narration by Milt Raskin and Martie Hubble (score, ms-i) 1976

Folder 82

Lift Up Your Voice, America!, narration by Milton Raskin and Martie Hubble (lyrics, typescript)

Folder 83

Lift Up Your Voice, America, music by Martie Hubble, lyrics by Milt Raskin, narration by Milt Raskin and Martie Hubble. New York: Charles Hansen Educational Music & Books, c1976 1976

Folder 84

Listen World!, music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1972

Folder 85

Lonesome Nights (Cellar Club), music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1972

Folder 86

Lost in a Summer Night, music by Andre Previn, lyrics by Milton Raskin. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1957 [recorded by June Christy] 1957

Folder 87

Lotus Land, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)[original music by Cyril Scott. London: Elkin & Co., Ltd., c1960]

Folder 88

Love Is a Word for the Blues!, music by Leonard Feather, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1960

Box Box 4, Folder 12

Lullaby in Rhythm, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Folder 13

Main Stem, music by Duke Ellington, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p; parts, ozalid)

Box Box 1, Folder 89

Mary Lou (parts, ms-p)

Folder 90

Meet John Doe, music by Dimitri Tiomkin (score, ozalid)

Folder 91

Melancholia, music by Duke Ellington (photocopy)

Folder 92

Mike Fright, music by George Shearing, lyrics by Milt Raskin. New York: Bayes Music Corp., c1961 1961

Folder 93

Million Dollar Baby, music by Fred Hollander (score, ozalid)

Folder 94

Milt 'N Honey, music by Milton Raskin (parts, ms-i)

Folder 95

Miss Wheelwright, music by Fred Hollander (score, ozalid)

Folder 96

Moon Struck (Kinda Cute), music by George Shearing, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid, ms-p)

Folder 97

Moon Struck (Kinda Cute), music by George Shearing, lyrics by Milton Raskin. New York: Bayes Music Corp., c1958, 1961 1961

Folder 98

(Everybody's) Movin', music by Van Alexander, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1959

Folder 99

My Beloved (Kuu Leialoha), music and Hawaiian lyrics by Charles King, English lyrics by Milt Raskin. Criterion Music Corp. and Charles E. King Music, c1970 1925-52, 1970

Folder 100

My Paree, music by Milton Raskin, French lyrics by Maurice Chevalier, English lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1976

Folder 101

My Shining Hour, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid)

Folder 102

Night Song, music by Stan Kenton, lyrics by Milton Raskin (parts, ozalid) 1963

Box Box 4, Folder 14

No, No Nanette, music by Vincent Yommans, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Irving Caesar (score, ms-i; lyrics, typescript)

Box Box 1, Folder 103

Not One Could Exist, music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (fragments, pencil)

Folder 104

O Christmas Star, music by Richard Wagner [Tannhauser], musical adaptation by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Martie Hubble and Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1957

Folder 105

On the Outside Looking In, music and Swedish lyrics by Lena Ericssen, English lyrics by Milt Raskin and Marjorie York (score, ozalid) 1976

Folder 106

One O'Clock Jump, music by Milton Raskin (fragments, pencil)

Folder 107

Our Day Will Come, arranged by Bobby Hammer (parts, ms-i) [for Marjorie Barrow]

Box Box 5, Folder 9

Our Day Will Come, arranged by Bobby Hammer (score, ms-p) 1973

Box Box 1, Folder 108

Parodies for Bob Hope: College Medley (Protest Parody); Population Explosion, music and lyrics by Milt Raskin (score, ozalid)

Folder 109

Passion Flower, music by Billy Strayhorn. New York: Tempo Music, Inc., c1944 1944

Folder 110

Passion Flower, music by Billy Strayhorn, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1957

Folder 111

Portrait of Lorraine, music by Robert Farnon (score, photocopy)

Box Box 2, Folder 1

Reflections, music by Duke Ellington, lyrics by Marjorie and Milton Raskin (score, ms-i; score, photocopy) 1976

Box Box 4, Folder 15

Rockin' In Rhythm, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 2, Folder 2

San Francisco Blues, music by Milt Raskin and Bill Schluger, lyrics by Peggy Lee (score, ozalid) 1961

Folder 3

Sandy, music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid; score, ms-i) 1972

Folder 4

Saratoga Trunk, music by Max Steiner (parts, ozalid)

Folder 5

The Science of Mind (from the Booneville Follies), music and lyrics by Milton Raskin (fragments, pencil)

Box Box 4, Folder 16

Serenade in Blue, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Marjorie Barrow (score, ms-p; vocal, ms-i)

Box Box 5, Folder 10

Serenade in Blue, music by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Box Box 2, Folder 6

Shiny Stockings, music by Count Basie, arrangement by Milt Raskin (score, ms-i)

Box Box 5, Folder 11

Shiny Stockings, music by Count Basie, arrangement by Milt Raskin (score, photocopy)

Box Box 2, Folder 7

She's My Love, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 8

Sing, Sing, Sing (parts, photocopy)

Folder 9

Sing, Sing, Sing (parts, ms-p) [cont.]

Folder 10

Sing, Sing, Sing (parts, ozalid) [cont.]

Box Box 5, Folder 12

Sing, Sing, Sing, arrangement by Gus Donahue (score, ozalid)

Box Box 2, Folder 11

Solitaire, music by Bill Russo, arrangement by Pete Rugolo (parts, photocopy) 1968

Box Box 4, Folder 17

Sometimes I'm Happy, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 5, Folder 13

Sometimes I'm Happy, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i)

Box Box 2, Folder 12

Songs from Biff Naylor's: Bonnie and Biff; Cheryl; Cindy; Nita; Pam, music and lyrics by Milt Raskin (score, ms-i) 1975

Folder 13

Stairway to the Stars (score, ms-i)

Box Box 5, Folder 14

Stairway to the Stars (score, ms-p)

Box Box 2, Folder 14

Stardom, music by Robert Farnon (score, photocopy)

Folder 15

The Storm, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (score, ozalid) 1959

Folder 16

Strangers (A Star Is Born), music by Robert Farnon (1949, 1955), lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, photocopy; vocals, ms-i) 1975

Box Box 5, Folder 15

Struttin With Some Barbeque, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) ["The Great One!"]

Box Box 2, Folder 17

Suddenly, music by David Raksin, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid) 1956

Folder 18

Sugarfoot, music by Max Steiner (score, ozalid)

Folder 19

Suppose We Hadn't Met, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 20

Swanee River, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 4, Folder 18

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 2, Folder 21

Thank Your Lucky Stars, music by Arthur Schwartz, piano arrangement by William Ellfeldt, lyrics by Frank Loesser (score, ozalid) 1942

Folder 22

That Smile, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 23

This Time, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 24

Too Soon, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 25

Tuxedo Junction, transcription by Milton Raskin (parts, photocopy)

Folder 26

Two Guys From Texas, music by Frederick Hollander (score, ozalid)

Box Box 5, Folder 14

Until the Real Thing Comes Along, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 2, Folder 27

Waltz Beat, music by Robert Farnon (score, photocopy)

Folder 28

What a Swingin' Affair, music by Milton Raskin, lyrics by Dorothy Wayne (score, ozalid) 1967

Folder 29

What Am I Here For?, music by Duke Ellington, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1974

Folder 30

When Love Is Passing By, music by George Howe and Bert Pellish (score, photocopy)

Folder 31

Will You Be My Valentine, music by David Raksin, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ozalid)

Folder 32

Without Love (Melancholia), music by Duke Ellington, lyrics by Milton Raskin (score, ms-i) 1976

Box Box 4, Folder 19

Woodchopper's Ball, music by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Box Box 2, Folder 33

You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It), music by James Monaco, lyrics by Joe McCarthy, arrangement by Milton Raskin (score, ms-p)

Folder 34

You've Changed, music by Carl Fischer, lyrics by Bill Carey, arrangement by Robert Farnon New York: Melody Land Publications, Inc., c1947. (score, published; parts, ms-i [Milton Raksin]; parts, ms-p [Milton Raksin]; parts, ms-i and ozalid [Milton Raskin]; score, ms-p [Robert Farnon]

Folder 35

Zola, music by Max Steiner (score, ozalid)

Folder 36

Unidentified, music by Andre Previn and Milton Raskin (ms-i, ms-p)

Folder 37

Unidentified (ms-i, ms-p)

Folder 38

Unidentified (ms-i, ms-p)

Box Box 4, Folder 20

Unidentified (ms-p, photocopy)

Folder 21

Unidentified (ms-i, ms-p)

 

Series 2: Writings

 

Subseries A: Lyrics And Poems

Box Box 3, Folder 1

"Angels in Sepulveda" [written for Milton Raskin's nurses at the VA Hospital] (typescript) 1977

Box Box 2, Folder 39

"Clarice, from the Health Food Store!" (ms-i)

Box Box 3, Folder 2

"Color Him Jesus" (typescript) 1977

Folder 3

"Hippie Lullabies" (drafts, ms-p)

Box Box 2, Folder 40

"It's Always Monday," written for a Barnaby Jones TV show (ms-i)

Box Box 3, Folder 4

"Individualized Prayer" (photocopy of typescript)

Folder 5

"Li'l Darlin'," to be set to music by Neal Hefti (typescript)

Box Box 2, Folder 41

"Mister Kissinger and Mister Prez," a parody to the tune of Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean (ozalid) 1972

Folder 42

"Playboy's Lament" (photocopy of typescript)

Box Box 3, Folder 6

Songs for Charlie Brown's (drafts, ms-i)

Folder 7

Songs for Nolan [accompanied by photocopies of Grieg's I Love Thee, Tschaikowsky's [sic] June, and Chopin's Prelude, op.28:4] (drafts, ms-i)

Folder 8

There is Nothing Like a Dog, anti-vivisection [also some correspondence] (typescript)

Folder 9

When do I love You? (typescript) [Proposal for Hallmark cards; for correspondence see SERIES 4, Box 3, Folder 32]

Folder 10

Lyrics by Marjorie York (typescript) 1976

 

Subseries B: Television Treatments

Box Box 3, Folder 11

"Idea[s] for Television Series:" Courtroom; Verdict; The Magic Bullet; The Great Book; Stranger than Fiction; The World Around Us; The Women; The First Lady (typescript) 1958

Folder 12

Whatever Happened To? (typescript)

Folder 13

The World of Art [also called The Lives of the Artists] (typescript)

 

Subseries C: Books

Box Box 2, Folder 43

Easy Steps to Popular Piano Playing, an instructional book for piano playing, incomplete. First 24 pages, ozalid. Also included are forms and correspondence for obtaining a copyright. 1959

 

Series 3: Manuscript Fragments And Sketches

Box Box 3, Folder 14

Drafts, loose leaves

Folder 15

Drafts [leaves once bound in a single notebook]

Folder 16

Drafts, bound notebooks

Box Box 2, Folder 44

Drafts, including bound notebooks and loose leaves

 

Series 4: Correspondence

Box Box 3, Folder 17

B 1972-77

Folder 18

Caen, Herb 1976

Folder 19

Carter, Amy 1976

Folder 20

C 1975-77

Folder 21

Farnon, Robert 1972-77

Folder 22

Farnon, Robert 1972-77

Folder 23

G 1973-77

Folder 24

H 1972-77

Folder 25

M 1977

Folder 26

Previn, Andre 1976

Folder 27

P 1973-76

Folder 28

Raskin, George 1972-77

Folder 29

Raskin (Myrene), Marjorie 1971

Folder 30

R 1976

Folder 31

Schmidt, K. O. 1971-75

Folder 32

S 1971-77

Folder 33

Walters (Raskin), Sonya 1976

Box Box 2, Folder 45

W 1970-71

Box Box 3, Folder 34

Unidentified

Folder 35

Letters from Raskin, Milton [photocopies and drafts] 1972-77

 

Series 5: Drawings

Box Box 2, Folder 46

Ah, Shit

Box Box 3, Folder 36

Book covers

Box Box 4, Folder 22

Bob Ross [signed] 1973

Box Box 3, Folder 37

The Cat

Box Box 2, Folder 47

Chickens Are Laid

Box Box 4, Folder 23

"John, The 'Subject'" [signed]

Box Box 3, Folder 38

Suzie Walberg, for her production of Guys and Dolls. Published in The World, Coos Bay, Oregon [negative and prints] 1972

Box Box 4, Folder 24

Tex Beneke [signed] 1972

 

Series 6: Recordings

 

Subseries A: 45 RPM

Box Box 2, Folder 1

Daydream, music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin, recorded by Sheila Southern. Great Britain: RCA Records. [note on envelope: "Save for attorney"]

Folder 2

How Beautiful Is Night (With You), music by Robert Farnon, lyrics by Milton Raskin, recorded by Tony Bennett. USA: Columbia Records.

 

Subseries B: Reel-To-Reel

Box Box 2, Folder 3

AHBE [inscribed "For Milt Raskin"]

Folder 4

Chuck Cecil, interview for KGIL 1976

Folder 5

Cox, Marjorie, and McKinney, Walton: Pirate Treasure Days: Romance; Romany Life 1949

Folder 6

Farnon, Robert: From the Emerald Isle

Folder 7

Farnon, Robert: Picture in the Fire

Folder 8

Farnon, Robert: Stardust, and Melody Fair

Folder 9

Kenton, Stan: Artistry in Voices and Brass

Folder 10

Raskin, Milton: Demonstration, three songs 1977(?)

Folder 11

Unidentified

Folder 12

Unidentified

 

Subseries C: Cassettes

Box Box 2, Folder 13

Moods for Milt, by Bob Bills

Folder 14

Teresia, music and lyrics by Milt Raskin, performed by Nolan Van Way 1975

Folder 15

Three Songs, music by Qunicy Jones, lyrics by Milt Raskin and Marjorie York

Folder 16

Scats place

Folder 17

Various, for Milton Raskin, from Kotchii

Folder 18

Various, for Milton Raskin, from Susan

Folder 19

Unidentified

Folder 20

Unidentified

 

Series 7: Biographical Materials

Box Box 3, Folder 39

Resume

Folder 40

Programs, publicity, etc.

Folder 41

King Arthur's Korner (newsletter of the Days of King Arthur restaurant, Canaoga Park, CA) 1976-77

Folder 42

Newspaper clippings, reviews, etc. 1939-77

Box Box 4, Folder 24

Newspaper clippings, reviews, etc. 1977

Folder 25

Small poster from Sign of the Gladiator

Box Box 3, Folder 43

Certificate from the ASCAP 1971

Folder 44

Certificates (2) from the City of Los Angeles [posthumous, honoring the life of Milton Raskin] 1977

Folder 45

Publications 1967-74

Folder 46

Publications 1975

Folder 47

Prayer book from funeral of Sadie Raskin, mother of Milton 1975

Folder 48-52

Legal correspondence, contracts, copyright information, estate litigation, etc., 1970-85

Box Box 2, Folder 47

Legal correspondence, contracts, copyright information, estate litigation, etc., 1970-85

Box Box 3, Folder 53

Miscellaneous

 

Series 8: Photographs

Box Box 3, Folder 54

Milton Raskin and Norman Rockwell [print and negatives]

Folder 55

Robert Farnon [signed]

Folder 56

Mounted photograph [signed]

Folder 57

Miscellaneous prints and negatives