Marvin Miller began working in radio while a college student in St. Louis. He went on to a prolific career as a writer, actor, and announcer in Chicago and Hollywood. Later branching out into film, television, and voiceover work, his best-known role was J. Michael Anthony on the television series The Millionaire. This collection includes scripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and sound recordings from all aspects of Miller's career from 1935 to 1965, particularly The Whistler (1945-1946) and The Millionaire (1954-1960).

A finding guide to the collection is here.

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