Fletcher Markle began his career as a writer, director, and producer in Canada and England. His work in the U.S. included Studio One and the Ford Theatre.

This collection includes 102 bound volumes and additional materials from radio, television and movies:

Studio One (1947-1948)
Ford Theatre (1948-1949)
Life With Father (1954)
Sears Radio Theater (1979-1980)
Mutual Radio Theater (1980-1981)

This collection also contains documents, photos, press clippings, and correspondence related to these series.

A finding guide to the collection is in preparation.

This collection is currently inaccessible during the transition of the American Radio Archives from the Thousand Oaks Library Foundation to UCSB’s Special Research Collections. Please monitor this page for updates.

For more information on the collection or assistance in using the materials, please contact Special Collections staff at special@library.ucsb.edu.

Photo credit: Fletcher Markle edits his script for Studio One, a radio program he produced and directed in the late 1940s.