Maurice (Dick) papers and audiovisual recordings
37.30 linear feet, 42.19 cubic feet (34 boxes, 1 flat file)
The Dick Maurice Papers and Audiovisual Recordings (1958 to 1990 and undated) document his career as a talk show host and as a columnist in Las Vegas, Nevada. It also documents his experience as a hostage during the Trans World Airlines (TWA) Flight 355 hijacking on September 10, 1976. Included are photographs, correspondence, press releases, news clippings, programs, and the transcript of the episode of The Merv Griffin Show on which Maurice appeared. The bulk of the collection consists of audiovisual recordings of his interviews with entertainers, and his radio and television programs. All audio tapes are stored in the Lied Automated Storage and Retrieval Unit (LASR). Advanced notice may be required to access these materials.
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