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Box 1-009292
Box 2-009300
Box 3-009327
Box 4-009371
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Box 6-009372
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Missouri Forum set in 1961
The Missouri Forum set for the taping of "How Your Division of Health Protects You," with (left to right) Dr. Lambert, Henry M. Hardwicke, W.C. Allen, and Albert W. Happy, Jr., May 1961
(University Archives, C:11/6/1 Box 1 FF 111)

Record Group: 11 C
Record Sub-Group: 27
Records Title: UMC; School of Journalism; KOMU-TV; Missouri Forum; Program Notes
Dates: 1958-1976
Volume: 5 cubic feet, 6.25 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

This Record Sub-Group contains program notes, correspondence, and research materials related to individual tapings of Missouri Forum during the time that Dr. Edward C. Lambert was the show's moderator.

Historical Note:

Missouri Forum was a talk show that discussed Missouri public affairs and aired on KOMU-TV as well as several radio stations throughout the state. Serving as moderator of the show was KOMU-TV founder and UMC Broadcast Journalism professor Dr. Edward C. Lambert. Lambert would direct discussions on issues important to Missourians including those related to politics, health, crime, the arts, taxes, and industry, among others. Included in these discussions would often be key players in politics and other state agencies. In the late 1960s, broadcast journalism students from the university came to be an important part of the production of the show, working in technical positions and sometimes on "student panels" that appeared on the show. Lambert began moderating Missouri Forum in 1958 and continued until his retirement in May of 1980 when Rod Gelatt, a reoccurring guest moderator became his replacement. Gelatt served as moderator until the final, regularly programmed show aired in January of 1992, and for the less frequent Missouri Forum and Chronicle segments that aired in the ensuing months. The last recorded segment of Chronicle held in University Archives aired in August of 1992, though script material is available through 1993.

Series Descriptions:

This Record Sub-Group is not divided into series. The arrangement is chronological. Folders give the title of a particular show or the name of the key guest of the show.
For Accession A14-42 many of the script folders include topic-related news clippings and notes, and the dates on the folders refer to recording date (air date is sometimes given on these scripts as well)

Note to Researcher: For additional information concerning Dr. Edward Lambert, see Sub-Group 26 of Record Group 11 C. Portions of collection C:11/6/2 were integrated into this collection at the time this inventory was created.

Note to Archivist: Boxes 5 and 6 have been combined into one box, but the original arrangement of materials has been maintained.

Inventory

Box 1 - 009292 [return to top]

FF 1 - "Missouri Forum: The Position, Goal, Job, and Tools; With a Synopsis of the 1958 Winter Semester" by William V. Halle, 6/1958

FF 2 - Various Notes and Material, n.d.

FF 3 - "State Historical Society," 8/31/1959

FF 4 - "Police Academy," 10/11/1959

FF 5 - Governor James T. Blair, 10/25/1959

FF 6 - "Medium Security Prison" with Colonel James D. Carter, 11/1/1959

FF 7 - Governor James T. Blair, 11/15/1959

FF 8 - "Wild Mammals of Missouri" with Charles and Elizabeth Schwartz, 11/22/1959

FF 9 - "The Plight of Public Schools in Missouri," 11/29/1959

FF 10 - Governor James T. Blair, 12/13/1959

FF 11 - "Liberal Education in a Scientific Age," 12/14/1959

FF 12 - "Bond Issues or What?" 12/20/1959

FF 13 - "Top News Stories of 1959," 12/27/1959

FF 14 - "Radio and TV Drug Scandals," 1/3/1960

FF 15 - Governor James T. Blair, 1/10/1960

FF 16 - "Government Policy in Relation to Strikes," with Bob Friedman, 1/17/1960

FF 17 - Elmer Ellis, 1/24/1960

FF 18 - "Highway Sanity or Sudden Death" with Colonel Hugh H. Waggoner, 1/31/1960

FF 19 - "Boy Scouts' Golden Anniversary," 2/7/1960

FF 20 - "Water!" 2/14/1960

FF 21 - "Iron, Lead, Oil: The Keys to Missouri's Industrial Future," (contains photographs of the construction of an unidentified building) 2/21/1960

FF 22 - "Should Advertising Wear a White or Black Hat?" 2/28/1960

FF 23 - "The Role of the University of Missouri in Improving Agricultural Education in India," 3/6/1960

FF 24 - "Income Tax," 3/13/1960

FF 25 - "Tornado," 3/27/1960

FF 26 - "Agricultural Problems," 4/13/1960

FF 27 - Governor James T. Blair, 4/17/1960

FF 28 - "Journalism 1960 Style," 5/1/1960

FF 29 - Governor James T. Blair, 5/22/1960

FF 30 - "Senior Citizens and the Future," 5/29/1960

FF 31 - "Fight Against Cancer," 6/5/1960

FF 32 - "Mid-Missouri Development," 6/12/1960

FF 33 - "Mental Health," 6/19/1960

FF 34 - State Historical Society, 6/26/1960

FF 35 - "Your Medical Center at the University," 7/5/1960

FF 36 - "Capital Punishment," 7/17/1960

FF 37 - Governor James T. Blair, 7/24/1960

FF 38 - "Missouri Wonderland," 7/31/1960

FF 39 - "Modern Education Through TV," 9/11/1960

FF 40 - "United Fund," 9/25/1960

FF 41 - "Business and Professional Women," 10/2/1960

FF 42 - "Know Your Candidates" with Edward G. Farmer, 10/9/1960

FF 43 - "Know Your Candidates" with John M. Dalton, 10/13/1960

FF 44 - "Know Your Candidates" with Edward V. Long, 10/16/1960

FF 45 - "Know Your Candidates" with Lon Hocker, 10/30/1960

FF 46 - Governor's Report, 11/6/1960

FF 47 - "Food Additives," 11/13/1960

FF 48 - "Farm-City Week," 11/20/1960

FF 49 - "Higher Education" with Elmer Ellis, 11/27/1960

FF 50 - "Arts and Science," 12/4/1960

FF 51 - Governor-Elect John M. Dalton, 12/11/1960

FF 52 - Governor James T. Blair, 12/18/1960

FF 53 - "Department of Labor," 1/8/1961

FF 54 - "The Next Four Years" with Walker, Karsh, Bugg, and McKinsey, 1/22/1961

FF 55 - Governor John M. Dalton, 1/29/1961

FF 56 - Lieutenant Governor Hilary A. Bush, 2/5/1961

FF 57 - "The People of Mushan" with Howard Long, 2/12/1961

FF 58 - "Income Tax," 2/19/1961

FF 59 - Governor John M. Dalton, 2/26/1961

FF 60 - Secretary of State Warren E. Hearnes, 3/5/1961

FF 61 - "Your Money's Worth," 3/12/1961

FF 62 - Governor John M. Dalton, 3/19/1961

FF 63 - "Juvenile Code," 4/21/1961

FF 64 - John G. Neihardt, 4/16/1961

FF 65 - Governor John M. Dalton, 4/23/1961

FF 66 - "Journalism 1961 Style," 4/30/1961

FF 67 - "Problems of Adolescence," with Neil Aslin and Dr. Shaw, 5/7/1961

FF 68 - Missouri House Majority and Minority Leaders James G. Trimble and Dorman Steelman, 5/14/1961

FF 69 - "The Role of a Lobbyist" with Gary Spencer, 5/21/1961

FF 70 - Governor John M. Dalton, 5/28/1961

FF 71 - "Nursing Homes," 6/4/1961

FF 72 - "Civil Defense," 6/11/1961

FF 73 - Governor John M. Dalton, 6/18/1961

FF 74 - John Birch Society, 6/25/1961

FF 75 - "South America, Communism, and You" with Father Ancizar, 7/2/1961

FF 76 - Governor John M. Dalton, 7/28/1961

FF 77 - "New Advances in Educational TV," 9/3/1961

FF 78 - "Changing Picture of Education for Women," 9/10/1961

FF 79 - Lieutenant Governor Hilary A. Bush, 9/17/1961

FF 80 - "Point System for Drivers," 9/24/1961

FF 81 - "Should Your Child Go to College?" 10/1/1961

FF 82 - Dr. Lester Cox, 10/8/1961

FF 83 - "Human Rights," 10/15/1961

FF 84 - "Fallout, Survival, and Then What?" 10/22/1961

FF 85 - Governor John M. Dalton," 10/29/1961

FF 86 - "The Impact of Broadcast News," 11/5/1961

FF 87 - Warren E. Hearnes, 11/12/1961

FF 88 - "Partners in Progress: Farm-City Week," 11/19/1961

FF 89 - "Fallout, Survival, and Then What?" (cont'd from 10/22 broadcast), 11/26/1961

FF 90 - "Arts and Science Week," 12/3/1961

FF 91 - Governor John M. Dalton, 12/10/1961

FF 92 - R.J. "Bus" King, 12/17/1961

FF 93 - "Father Dismas Clark: Hoodlum Priest," 12/24/1961

FF 94 - "Top News Stories of 1961," 12/31/1961

FF 95 - Vladimir Visson, 1/7/1962 (contains booklet titled "Fifth International Hallmark Art Award" as well as several prints of paintings)

FF 96 - "Probation and Parole," 1/14/1962

FF 97 - Governor John M. Dalton, 1/21/1962

FF 98 - Thomas Eagleton, 1/28/1962

FF 99 - "Turn Toward Peace," 2/4/1962

FF 100 - "Highway Department," 2/11/1962

FF 101 - "Missourians for Progress," 2/18/1962

FF 102 - Governor John M. Dalton, 2/25/1962

FF 103 - "The Staggering Cost of Crime," 3/4/1962

FF 104 - "Income Tax," 3/14/1962

FF 105 - Haskell Holman, 3/18/1962

FF 106 - "Brighter Tomorrow" (Radio Only), 4/1/1962

FF 107 - "Book Bowl," 4/1/1962

FF 108 - "Cancer Progress Report," 4/8/1962

FF 109 - Governor John M. Dalton, 4/15/1962

FF 110 - "Journalism Style: Radio-Free Europe and the Cold War," 4/29/1962

FF 111 - "How the Division of Health Protects You," 5/6/1961 (contains photograph of Dr. Lambert and guests on the set)

FF 112 - "National Highway Week," 5/13/1962

FF 113 - Governor John M. Dalton, 5/20/1962

FF 114 - "Mental Health" with Dr. George Ulett, M.D., 5/27/1962

FF 115 - State Treasurer Milton Carpenter, 6/3/1962

FF 116 - James Carter, 6/16/1962

FF 117 - Governor John M. Dalton, 6/17/1962

FF 118 - Dorman L. Steelman, 6/24/1962

FF 119 - "Minuteman Missile and Missouri," 7/1/1962

FF 120 - "Common Market," 7/8/1962

FF 121 - "The Stock Market," 7/15/1962

FF 122 - Governor John M. Dalton, 7/22/1962

FF 123 - "Medicare," 7/29/1962

FF 124 - "Girls' State" (Radio Only), 8/5/1962

FF 125 - Republican State Committeemen H.K. Wangelin and W.P. Cruce, 8/12/1962

FF 126 - Crosby Kemper, 9/2/1962

FF 127 - Albert M. Spradling, 9/9/1962

FF 128 - Governor John M. Dalton, 9/16/1962

FF 129 - "Problems of a City," 9/21/1962

FF 130 - Edward V. Long, 9/23/1962

FF 131 - "university Day: Should Your Child Go to College?" 9/30/1962

FF 132 - Stuart Symington, 10/7/1962

FF 133 - James P. Kelly, 10/14/1962

FF 134 - Governor John M. Dalton, 10/21/1962

FF 135 - Warren E. Hearnes, 10/28/1962

FF 136 - Dr. Frank Luther Mott, 11/4/1962

FF 137 - Lieutenant Governor Hilary A. Bush, 11/11/1962

FF 138 - Governor John M. Dalton, 11/18/1962

FF 139 - Colonel James D. Carter, 11/25/1962

FF 140 - "The Honors College and Arts and Science Week," 12/2/1962

FF 141 - "Insecticide or Suicide?" 12/9/1962

FF 142 - Governor John M. Dalton, 12/16/1962

FF 143 - Thomas D. Graham, 12/23/1962

FF 144 - 1963 Missouri Forum

FF 145 - "Top News Stories of 1962" (cancelled), 12/30/1962

FF 146 - "University Day," 10/6/1962

FF 147 - James G. Trimble, 10/13/1963

FF 148 - Charles E. Curry, 10/20/1963

FF 149 - R.J. "Bus" King, 10/27/1963

FF 150 - "School Aid Officers," 11/3/1963

FF 151 - "Missouri Conservation Commission," 11/10/1963

FF 152 - Governor John M. Dalton, 11/17/1963

FF 153 - "Alcohol and Youth" (postponed until 1/26/1964), 11/24/1963

FF 154 - "Why a PTA?" 12/1/1963

FF 155 - "Responsibility of Literature in Today's Society," 12/8/1963

FF 156 - "Prison Administration," 12/15/1963

FF 157 - "Defense of the Indigent," 12/22/1963

FF 158 - "Top News Stories of 1963," 12/30/1963

Box 2 - 009300 [return to top]

FF 1 - "Air Transportation in Missouri," 1/5/1964

FF 2 - Governor John M. Dalton, 1/12/1964

FF 3 - "Missouri's World's Fair Exhibition" with Tom Graham and Bob White, 1/19/1964

FF 4 - "Alcohol and Youth" with Fred McKinney, 1/25/1964

FF 5 - "Highway Safety," 2/2/1964

FF 6 - "Peace Corps," 2/9/1964

FF 7 - "The Merit System" with Morris Steenberger, 2/17/1964

FF 8 - Lige Frost, 2/23/1964

FF 9 - "Income Tax," 3/8/1964

FF 10 - "What it Takes to Run a Gubernatorial Campaign" with Delton Houtchens and John W. Inglish, 3/15/1964

FF 11 - Governor John M. Dalton, 3/22/1964

FF 12 - "Cancer," 3/29/1964

FF 13 - Richard H. Ichord, 4/5/1964

FF 14 - Elmer Ellis, Dr. Merl Baker, Dr. Joe E. Covington, Dr. John H. Longwell, and Dr. Vernon E. Wilson, 4/12/1964

FF 15 - Ethan Shepley, 4/19/1964

FF 16 - Jean Paul Bradshaw, 4/26/1964

FF 17 - "Journalistic Style," 5/3/1964

FF 18 - "News Coverage of Crime and the Courts," 5/10/1964

FF 19 - James C. Kirkpatrick, 5/17/1964

FF 20 - Thomas F. Eagleton, 5/24/1964

FF 21 - Governor John M. Dalton, 5/31/1964

FF 22 - Henry M. Hardwicke, 6/7/1964

FF 23 - Joseph Jaeger, Jr., 6/14/1964

FF 24 - "Cruelty to Children" with Lewis Shepard Larkin, 6/21/1964

FF 25 - Hilary Bush, 6/28/1964

FF 26 - "Car Insurance," 7/5/1964

FF 27 - James G. Trimble, 7/12/1964

FF 28 - Warren E. Hearnes, 5/8/1964

FF 29 - Norman H. Anderson, 7/26/1964

FF 30 - Maurice Votaw, 8/12/1964

FF 31 - "You and Your Doctor," 8/9/1964

FF 32 - "Teenage Smoking," 8/30/1964

FF 33 - "Knowledge Explosion," 9/6/1964

FF 34 - 1964 - 1965 Forum

FF 35 - Jean Paul Bradshaw, 9/13/1964

FF 36 - Governor John M. Dalton, 9/20/1964

FF 37 - Anthony C. Schroeder, 9/27/1964

FF 38 - William L. Hungate, 10/4/1964

FF 39 - "Ways to World Peace," 10/11/1964

FF 40 - Ethan Shepley, 10/18/1964

FF 41 - Warren E. Hearnes, 11/1/1964

FF 42 - "Preservation of Historical Sites," 11/8/1964

FF 43 - "Freedom and Film," 11/15/1964

FF 44 - "Capital Punishment," 11/22/1964

FF 45 - "wake the Town," 11/29/1964

FF 46 - "Higher Education," 12/6/1964

FF 47 - "Libraries," 12/13/1964

FF 48 - "Little Hoover," 1/24/1965

FF 49 - Governor Warren E. Hearnes, 1/31/1965

FF 50 - "Blood Donors," 2/7/1965

FF 51 - "Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic Aren't What They Used to Be," 2/14/1965

FF 52 - "Engineering for Human Needs," 2/21/1965

FF 53 - Thomas F. Eagleton, 2/28/1965

FF 54 - Warren E. Hearnes, 3/7/1965

FF 55 - William Baxter Waters, 3/14/1965

FF 56 - "Income Tax," 3/21/1965

FF 57 - "Business and Public Administration Week," 4/4/1965

FF 58 - Warren E. Hearnes, 4/11/1965

FF 59 - James C. Kirkpatrick, 4/18/1865

FF 60 - "Library Week," 4/25/1965

FF 61 - "Journalism Week," 5/2/1965

FF 62 - "Space Day," 5/9/1965

FF 63 - "Perils of Summer," 5/16/1965

FF 64 - Warren E. Hearnes, 5/23/1965

FF 65 - "Crisis in the Home" with Dr. David Davis, 5/30/1965

FF 66 - Melvin Carnahan, 6/6/1965

FF 67 - Ronald Belt, 6/13/1965

FF 68 - J.F. Patterson, 6/20/1965

FF 69 - "Missouri's Stake in the Nation's Growing Water Shortage Problem," 7/11/1965

FF 70 - "Helping the Handicapped," 7/18/1965

FF 71 - "Planning for Old Age: Making the So-Called Golden Years Really Golden," 7/25/1965

FF 72 - "Missouri State Fair," 8/8/1965

FF 73 - Warren E. Hearnes, 8/15/1965

FF 74 - William L. Hungate, 8/22/1965

FF 75 - "How the New Social Security Legislation Will Affect You," 8/29/1965

FF 76 - Fred T. Wilkinson, 9/2/1965

FF 77 - "University Day," 9/12/1965

FF 78 - "Do Better Roads Mean More Prosperity for Missouri?" 9/19/1965

FF 79 - "Missouri Scientists are Helping Missouri," 9/26/1965

FF 80 - "Special Saturday Forum: United Fund," 10/2/1965

FF 81 - Hubert Wheeler, 10/3/1965

FF 82 - Philip V. Maher, 10/10/1965

FF 83 - J. Gordon Crowe, 10/17/1965

FF 84 - "U.N. Day" with Pressley McCoy, 10/24/1965

FF 85 - "Community Development," 10/31/1965

FF 86 - "Voluntary R.O.T.C.," 11/7/1965

FF 87 - "Racial Crisis and the News Media," 11/14/1965

FF 88 - Warren E. Hearnes, 11/17/1965

FF 89 - Thomas D. Graham, 11/28/1965

FF 90 - "Women in Science," 12/5/1965

FF 91 - "The Role of Private Colleges," 12/12/1965

FF 92 - Norman H. Anderson, 12/19/1965

FF 93 - "News Year Ender," 12/26/1965

FF 94 - Missouri Forum 1966

FF 95 - "March of Dimes," 1/2/1966

FF 96 - Warren E. Hearnes, 1/9/1966

FF 97 - Tom David, 1/16/1966

FF 98 - "Missouri Congress of Conservatives" with Floyd Kitchen, 1/23/1966

FF 99 - "Do Missouri's Courts Meet Today's Needs?" 1/30/1966

FF 100 - "You and Your Income Tax," 2/6/1966

FF 101 - "Going First Class," 2/13/1966

FF 102 - "Engineering Week," 2/20/1966

FF 103 - Ethan Campbell, 2/27/1966

FF 104 - "Missouri Testing," 3/6/1966

FF 105 - "Special Forum: Missouri to Vietnam," 3/7/1966

FF 106 - Edward V. Long, 3/13/1966

FF 107 - Don Thomasson, 3/20/1966

FF 108 - Clark Ellzey, 3/27/1966

FF 109 - "Freshman Transition," 4/3/1966

FF 110 - Dr. George Ulett, 4/10/1966

FF 111 - "Library Week" with Dr. William Peden, 4/17/1966

FF 112 - Warren E. Hearnes, 4/24/1966

FF 113 - "Journalism Week," 5/1/1966

FF 114 - Durward Hall, 5/8/1966

FF 115 - "Respect the Law -- It Respects You," 5/15/1966

FF 116 - Hal Moore, 5/22/1966

FF 117 - "You and Your Social Security," 5/29/1966

FF 118 - Lee Fine, 6/5/1966

FF 119 - "Medicare," 6/12/1966

FF 120 - Colonel Edmund I. Hockaday, 6/19/1966

FF 121 - "Girls' State," 6/26/1966

FF 122 - "You Stake Your Life," 7/3/1966

FF 123 - Henry Maddox, 7/10/1966

FF 124 - "Computers in Medicine," 7/17/1966

FF 125 - "Teaching Tomorrow's Doctors," 7/24/1966

FF 126 - Robert D. Scharz, 7/31/1966

FF 127 - "Midterm Report on Missouri's War on Poverty" with Don Thomasson, 8/7/1966

FF 128 - Warren E. Hearnes, 8/21/1966

FF 129 - "As Others See U.S.," 11/4/1966

FF 130 - Don W. Kennedy, 9/11/1966

FF 131 - "Killer Diseases," 9/18/1966

FF 132 - Marvin Snider, 9/25/1966

FF 133 - William T. Zimmer, 10/2/1966

FF 134 - "Missouri and the Space Age" with Robert Lindley, 10/9/1966

FF 135 - James C. Kirkpatrick, 10/16/1966

FF 136 - Haskell Holman, 10/23/1966

FF 137 - Warren E. Hearnes, 10/30/1966

FF 138 - "Decade of Medical Progress," 11/6/1966

FF 139 - "Respect the Law," 11/13/1966

FF 140 - Lawrence Schneider and William M. McCandless, 11/20/1966

FF 141 - "Virus of Violence" with John M. Dalton, 11/27/1966

FF 142 - "Arts and Science Week," 12/4/1966

FF 143 - "Higher Education Commission," 12/11/1966

FF 144 - "God is Dead Controversy," 12/18/1966

Box 3 - 009327 [return to top]

FF 1 - "Court Justice and the Press" with Clem F. Stockman and a Student Panel, 1/8/1967

FF 2 - "Missouri Redistricting" with Ronald M. Belt, 1/19/1967

FF 3 - "Theater Project of the Council on the Arts," 1/22/1967

FF 4 - "Lions' Eye Bank," 1/29/1967

FF 5 - "You and Your Income Tax," 2/5/1967

FF 6 - "Governor's Report to the People" with Warren E. Hearnes, 2/12/1967

FF 7 - "Engineering Week," 2/19/1967

FF 8 - R.J. "Bus" King, 2/26/1967

FF 9 - Thomas F. Eagleton, 3/5/1967

FF 10 - James E. Godfrey, 3/19/1967

FF 11 - William L. Hungate, 3/26/1967

FF 12 - "Cancer Can be Cured," 4/2/1967

FF 13 - Richard J. Rabbitt, 4/9/1967

FF 14 - William Baxter Water, 4/16/1967

FF 15 - "Accounting: A Leading Social Force," 4/23/1967

FF 16 - "Journalism 1967 Style," 4/30/1967

FF 17 - "Spring Progress Report on Missouri's War on Poverty" with Don Thomasson, 5/7/1967

FF 18 - Thomas D. Graham, 5/14/1967

FF 19 - J.F. Patterson, 5/21/1967

FF 20 - Arthur W. Betts, 5/28/1967

FF 21 - Thomas G. Woolsey, 6/4/1967

FF 22 - E.J. Cantrell, 6/11/1967

FF 23 - Carl H. Niewohner, 6/18/1967

FF 24 - R.J. "Bus" King, 6/25/1967

FF 25 - "A New Approach to Tourism, Missouri's Third Largest Business," 7/2/1967

FF 26 - Tourism Panel, 7/9/1967

FF 27 - Richard E. Risk, 7/16/1967

FF 28 - Edward V. Long, 7/23/1967

FF 29 - "Causes of Cancer," 7/30/1967

FF 30 - "A Preview of the Missouri State Fair," 8/6/1967

FF 31 - "Antibiotics -- Good and Bad," 8/13/1967

FF 32 - "Girls' State" (Radio Only), 8/20/1967

FF 33 - Norman DuBeau (Radio Only), 8/27/1967

FF 34 - Dorman L. Steelman, 9/1/1967

FF 35 - Dr. George A. Ulett, 9/8/1967

FF 36 - Thomas F. Eagleton, 9/15/1967

FF 37 - Dorsey M. Bass, 9/22/1967

FF 38 - "The Year of the Tigress: Centennial of Women at Mizzou," 9/29/1967

FF 39 - Earl R. Blackwell, 10/6/1967

FF 40 - "Missouri United Fund Campaigns," 10/13/1967

FF 41 - Rosemary Lucas Ginn, 10/20/1967

FF 42 - Warren E. Hearnes, 10/27/1967

FF 43 - W.S. (Bill) Morris, 11/3/1967

FF 44 - "The World Food Crisis," 11/10/1967

FF 45 - Jack Stapleton, 11/17/1967

FF 46 - Durward Hall, 11/24/1967

FF 47 - Dr. John C. Weaver, 12/1/1967

FF 48 - "The Relationship Between the University and the State," 12/7/1967

FF 49 - William L. Hungate, 12/29/1967

FF 50 - Hunter Phillips, 1/5/1968

FF 51 - "You and Your Income Tax," 1/26/1968

FF 52 - Dr. John C. Weaver, 2/2/1968

FF 53 - Bryce Rucker, 2/9/1968

FF 54 - "Missouri Alcoholism" with Dr. Ronald J. Catanzaro, 2/16/1968

FF 55 - "National Engineering: Design for World Health," 2/23/1968

FF 56 - "Computers in Medicine," 3/1/1968

FF 57 - R.J. "Bus" King, 3/8/1968

FF 58 - Norman H. Anderson, 3/15/1968

FF 59 - "A Century of Challenge to Education," 3/22/1968

FF 60 - J.F. Patterson, 3/29/1968

FF 61 - "State Welfare Problems" with Mr. Proctor Carter, 4/5/1968

FF 62 - Dr. Ben L. Morton, 4/12/1968

FF 63 - "A History of Boone County," 4/16/1968

FF 64 - "Missouri Libraries: Present and Future," 4/19/1968

FF 65 - "Do Missouri's Courts Need Modernizing?"4/26/1968

FF 66 - "Journalism 1968 Style," 4/29/1968

FF 67 - John E. Downs, 5/3/1968

FF 68 - True Davis, 5/10/1968

FF 69 - John C. (Jack) Danforth, 5/17/1968

FF 70 - "Today's Family in Crisis," 5/24/1968

FF 71 - "Changing Missouri's Election Laws," 5/31/1968

FF 72 - Robert B. Curtis, 6/7/1968

FF 73 - Edward Dowd, 6/14/1968

FF 74 - F. Russell Millin, 6/20/1968

FF 75 - "The Political Picture in Missouri and the Nation," 6/28/1968

FF 76 - Edward V. Long, 7/5/1968

FF 77 - William H. Macon, 7/12/1968

FF 78 - James W. Shaffer, 7/19/1968

FF 79 - Thomas F. Eagleton, 7/26/1968

FF 80 - "Preview of the Missouri State Fair," 8/2/1968

FF 81 - "Journalism 1968 Style," 8/9/1968

FF 82 - "Causes of Cancer," 8/16/1968

FF 83 - "Girls' State" (Radio Only), 8/23/1968

FF 84 - William D. Mayer, M.D., 8/30/1968

FF 85 - James C. Kirkpatrick, 9/6/1968

FF 86 - Murray C. Colbert, 9/13/1968

FF 87 - Dr. John C. Weaver, 9/21/1968

FF 88 - Lem T. Jones, 9/28/1968

FF 89 - Tom Curtis, 10/5/1968

FF 90 - W.S. (Bill) Morris, 10/12/1968

FF 91 - Lawrence K. Roos, 10/19/1968

FF 92 - Thomas F. Eagleton, 10/26/1968

FF 93 - Warren E. Hearnes, 11/2/1968

FF 94 - "Missouri's Community Betterment Program," 11/9/1968

FF 95 - "Problems of Liquor Control," 11/16/1968

FF 96 - "Goals of the Missouri Conservation Federation," 11/23/1968

FF 97 - "History and the News Media," 11/30/1968

FF 98 - Dr. James L. Chapel, 12/7/1968

FF 99 - A. Basey Van Landingham, 12/9/1968

FF 100 - "Is Santa Claus Killing Christmas?" 12/21/1968

FF 101 - James I. Spainhower, 12/28/1968

FF 102 - 1968 Missouri Forum

FF 103 - "The Library Responds to a New Age," 10/11/1969

FF 104 - "Stalking the Nation's Number One Killer -- Heart Disease," 1/31/1970

FF 105 - "The Role of the Faculty in University Policy and Decision-Making," 2/7/1970

FF 106 - W.S. (Bill) Morris, 2/14/1970

FF 107 - "Environment for the Seventies," 2/21/1970

FF 108 - "Income Tax," 2/28/1970

FF 109 - Water Pollution Panel, 3/7/1970

FF 110 - Richard M. Webster, 3/14/1970

FF 111 - E.J. Cantrell, 3/21/1970

FF 112 - "R.O.T.C.," 3/28/1970

FF 113 - Warren E. Hearnes, 4/4/1970

FF 114 - "Transportation in the Seventies," 2/23/1970

FF 115 - "Four-Campus Forum," 4/18/1970

FF 116 - Dr. John C. Weaver, 4/25/1970

FF 117 - 1970 Missouri Forum

FF 118 - "Messages, Media, Men," 1/15/1972

FF 119 - "Traffic Safety," 6/10/1972

FF 120 - "Air Conservation Commission" with Henry Shell, 6/17/1972

FF 121 - "Girls' State," 6/24/1972

FF 122 - "Pattonsburg, MO -- New Town of the Future," 6/28/1972

FF 123 - Gene McNary, 7/8/1972

FF 124 - "Missouri Department of Liquor Control" with Courtney Goodman, 7/15/1972

FF 125 - William E. Laite, Jr., 7/22/1972

FF 126 - Mrs. John C. Briscoe, 7/29/1972

FF 127 - Jeremiah Finnegan, 8/5/1972

FF 128 - "Missouri State Fair Preview," 8/12/1972

FF 129 - James A. Finch, Jr., 8/19/1972

FF 130 - "Freedom of Information Center," 8/26/1972

FF 131 - "Consumer Problems" with Thomas Ryan, 9/2/1972

FF 132 - Harold "Wheels" Kiele, 9/9/1972

FF 133 - James Spainhower, 9/16/1972

FF 134 - C. Brice Ratchford, 9/23/1972

FF 135 - James Kirkpatrick, 9/30/1972

FF 136 - John Danforth, 10/7/1972

FF 137 -"Lieutenant Governor Candidate Debate" with Jack Schramm and William Phelps, 10/14/1972

FF 138 - "Meet Your Candidate" with James Spain, 10/21/1972

Box 4 - 009371 [return to top]

FF 1 - Lyman Bergmanis, 10/28/1972

FF 2 - "Governor Candidate Debate" with Kit Bond and Ed Dowd, 11/4/1972

FF 3 - "Consumer Protectionism," 11/11/1972

FF 4 - Dr. Harlan Ellis, 11/18/1972

FF 5 - "1973 Business and Labor Prospects" with Glenn Scott and Vincent Van Camp, 11/25/1972

FF 6 - "Missouri's Important Goals," 12/9/1972

FF 7 - "Problems of the Aged," 12/9/1972

FF 8 - Warren E. Hearnes, 12/16/1972

FF 9 - "A Look Back at 1972," 12/23/1972

FF 10 - Robert White, 12/30/1972

FF 11 - "Missouri School Financing," 1/6/1973

FF 12 - "Drug Problem," 1/13/1973

FF 13 - "Tax Return Hints" (Radio Only), 1/20/1973

FF 14 - Kit Bond, 1/28/1973

FF 15 - "Expressing Citizen Concern: The Initiative and Referendum," 2/4/1973

FF 16 - "Equal Rights Amendment," 2/11/1973

FF 17 - Thomas Eagleton, 2/18/1973

FF 18 - "Aid to Parochial Schools," 2/25/1973

FF 19 - James Spainhower, 3/4/1973

FF 20 - "Food Quality and the Consumer," 3/11/1973

FF 21 - Raymond Howard, 3/18/1973

FF 22 - William Cason, 3/25/1973

FF 23 - John Danforth, 4/1/1973

FF 24 - Kit Bond, 4/8/1973

FF 25 - John Ashcroft, 4/15/1973

FF 26 - "Military Experience Directed into Health Careers," 4/22/1973

FF 27 - "Positive Peer Culture," 4/29/1973

FF 28 - Clifford Jones, 5/6/1973

FF 29 - Irvin Fane, 5/13/1973

FF 30 - "Missouri Floods," 5/16/1973

FF 31 - Richard J. Rabbitt, 5/23/1973

FF 32 - "State Government Reorganization" with D.W. Gilmore, 5/30/1973

FF 33 - Kenneth Rothmann, 6/13/1973

FF 34 - William Cason, 6/24/1973

FF 35 - "Girls' State," 6/?/1973

FF 36 - William Phelps, 7/1/1973

FF 37 - "Energy Crisis," 7/8/1973

FF 38 - John Whale, 7/10/1973

FF 39 - George Camp, 7/29/1973

FF 40 - "Nuclear Energy Plant" with Dr. Ardath Emmons, 8/5/1973

FF 41 - "Department of Welfare" with Bert Shulimson, 8/12/1973

FF 42 - "Voluntary Sterilization" with Courtland Hastings, 8/19/1973

FF 43 - James Wilson, 8/26/1973

FF 44 - Thomas Eagleton, 9/2/1973

FF 45 - Kit Bond, 9/9/1973

FF 46 - Dick Ichord, 9/16/1973

FF 47 - Roy Fisher, 9/30/1973

FF 48 - Colonel Sam Smith, 10/7/1973

FF 49 - Albert Rendlen, 10/8/1973

FF 50 - "The Metric System," 10/20/1973

FF 51 - Edward Farmer, 10/18/1973

FF 52 - Warren E. Hearnes, 10/28/1973

FF 53 - Rosemary Ginn, 11/3/1973

FF 54 - Ken Chambers, 11/11/1973

FF 55 - Howard Minsky, 11/25/1973

FF 56 - "Fuel Shortage," 12/2/1973

FF 57 - James R. Spradling, 12/9/1973

FF 58 - George Camp, 12/16/1973

FF 59 - Larry Marshall, 12/23/1973

FF 60 - "Political Recap of 1973," 12/30/1973

FF 61 - Miscellaneous Summaries, 9/23/1973-1/16/1974

FF 62 - William Hungate, 1/6/1974

FF 63 - Cancelled Show, 1/13/1974

FF 64 - James Mauze, 1/20/1974

FF 65 - George Camp, 2/3/1974

FF 66 - William Cason, 2/10/1974

FF 67 - Thomas Eagleton, 2/17/1974

FF 68 - Josh McDowell, 2/18/1974

FF 69 - Robert O. Snyder, 3/3/1974

FF 70 - Dr. C. Brice Ratchford, 3/10/1974

FF 71 - Richard Rabbitt, 3/24/1974

FF 72 - Jack Danforth, 3/27/1974

FF 73 - Kit Bond, 4/7/1974

FF 74 - James Russell, 4/21/1974

FF 75 - William Phelps, 4/28/1974

FF 76 - William Cason, 5/5/1974

FF 77 - John Ashcroft, 5/12/1974

FF 78 - Thomas B. Curtis, 5/14/1974

FF 79 - "Missouri Tourism," 6/2/1974

FF 80 - "Problems of Vietnam Veterans," 6/9/1974

FF 81 - Dr. James McQuigg, 6/30/1974

FF 82 - Thomas Eagleton, 7/7/1974

FF 83 - Robert James, 7/14/1974

FF 84 - James Kirkpatrick, 7/28/1974

FF 85 - Robert Donnelly, 8/4/1974

FF 86 - James Spainhower, 8/11/1974

FF 87 - "Inflation," 8/18/1974

FF 88 - "The Bicentennial," 8/25/1974

FF 89 - Stuart Symington, 9/1/1974

FF 90 - Kit Bond, 9/8/1974

FF 91 - Mike Garrett, 9/15/1974

FF 92 - George Camp, 9/22/1974

FF 93 - John Ashcroft, 9/27/1974

FF 94 - "Missouri Education Week," 10/6/1974

FF 95 - John Danforth, 10/13/1974

FF 96 - George Lehr, 10/20/1974

FF 97 - Tom Curtis, 10/27/1974

FF 98 - "Alaskan Pipeline," 11/3/1974

FF 99 - Warren E. Hearnes, 11/10/1974

FF 100 - Dick Ichord, 11/17/1974

FF 101 - James Mauze, 12/1/1974

FF 102 - James Spainhower, 12/8/1974

Box 5 - 009372 [return to top]

FF 1 - James Spradling, 12/22/1974

FF 2 - William Phelps, 12/31/1974

FF 3 - "I.R.S. Show," 1/4/1975

FF 4 - Robert Morrison, 1/5/1975

FF 5 - "Cancer," 1/12/1975

FF 6 - James Boillot, 1/19/1975

FF 7 - Jet Banks, 1/26/1975

FF 8 - Donald Wyrick, 2/9/1975

FF 9 - Jerry Litton, 2/16/1975

FF 10 - Geoffrey McCarron, 2/22/1975

FF 11 - Al Sikes, 3/9/1975

FF 12 - "Income Taxes," 3/15/1975

FF 13 - James Riney, 3/23/1975

FF 14 - James Spain, 3/30/1975

FF 15 - Kit Bond, 4/13/1975

FF 16 - George Lehr, 4/20/1975

FF 17 - John Danforth, 5/4/1975

FF 18 - Lawrence Graham, 5/18/1975

FF 19 - George Camp, 5/25/1975

FF 20 - Alberta Slavin, 6/8/1975

FF 21 - Lowell McCusky, 6/15/1975

FF 22 - William Cason, 7/6/1975

FF 23 - James Spainhower, 7/13/1973

FF 24 - Richard Rabbitt, 7/20/1975

FF 25 - James Kirkpatrick, 7/27/1975

FF 26 - "Sports in Schools," 8/10/1975

FF 27 - Robert Pierce, 8/17/1975

FF 28 - Father Hugh Behan, 8/24/1975

FF 29 - William Phelps, 9/7/1975

FF 30 - Robert Synder, 9/14/1975

FF 31 - George Lehr, 9/21/1975

FF 32 - John Danforth, 9/28/1975

FF 33 - Donald Howard, 10/5/1975

FF 34 - William Barwick, 10/17/1975

FF 35 - Lloyd Bentsen, 10/19/1975

FF 36 - James Kirkpatrick, 10/26/1975

FF 37 - Dick Ichord, 11/2/1975

FF 38 - James Askew, 11/9/1975

FF 39 - Al Sikes, 11/16/1975

FF 40 - James Spainhower, 11/23/1975

FF 41 - George Camp, 11/30/1975

FF 42 - "Youth Programs," 12/17/1975

FF 43 - Lawrence Graham, 12/14/1975

FF 44 - Mike Garrett, 12/28/1975

FF 45 - Kit Bond, ca. 1/1976

Box 6 - 009372 [return to top]

FF 1 - William Cason, 1/11/1976

FF 2 - Joe Holt and Phillip Scaglia, 1/18/1976

FF 3 - Charles DiBona, 1/25/1976

FF 4 - Dr. Hugh Stephenson, Jr. and Linda McEwen, 2/1/1976

FF 5 - Dr. M.E. Ensminger, 2/8/1976

FF 6 - Ann Dandurant, 2/15/1976

FF 7 - Carl Noren, 2/29/1976

FF 8 - Byron "Jim" Sparks, 3/7/1976

FF 9 - Jack Cooper, 3/14/1976

FF 10 - Dr. Arthur Mallory, 3/21/1976

FF 11 - Kit Bond, 3/28/1976

FF 12 - Richard Rabbitt, 4/4/1976

Box 7 - 082551 [return to top]

[A14-42]

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, May-August 1978

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, April-October 1979

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts (includes program line-up with tape and air dates for 1980), May-December 1980

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts (includes program line-up with tape and air dates for 1981), January-June 1981

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, July-October 1981

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, October 1981-January 1982

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, February-July 1982

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, August 1982-January 1983

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, February-June 1983

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, July-December 1983

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-June 1984

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, July-December 1984

Box 8 - 082552 [return to top]

[A14-42]

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-March 1985

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, April-June 1985

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, August-December 1985

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-May 1986

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, July-December 1986

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-June 1987

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, July-December 1987

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-May 1988

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, June-December 1988

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-June 1989

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, July-December 1989

Box 9 - 082553 [return to top]

[A14-42]

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-June 1990

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, July-December 1990

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, January-May 1991

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts, June 1991-January 1992

FF - Missouri Forum - Scripts (includes Chronicle), March 1992-May 1993

FF - Missouri Forum - Guest and Viewer Correspondence, 1981-1984

FF - Missouri Forum - Guest and Viewer Correspondence, 1985-1986

FF - Missouri Forum - Guest and Viewer Correspondence, 1987-1992

FF - Missouri Forum - General Correspondence (includes Extra Compensation reports; some correspondence is from viewers), 1974-1978 [RESTRICTED]

FF - Missouri Forum - Correspondence and Memoranda, 1978-1991 [RESTRICTED]

FF - Missouri Forum - Schedules and Show proposals (includes station list), 1974-1979

FF - Missouri Forum - Program lineup and station list, 1976-1978

FF - Missouri Forum - Schedules and Guest lists, ca. 1978-1992

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