The David Humphreys Miller Collection, available at the Center for Western Studies, consists of 17 linear feet of materials arranged into six series: Clippings, Correspondence, Writings, Scripts and Proposals, Publications, and Photos. The collection contains an extensive series of clippings concerning Native Americans, which Miller most likely used in his role as technical advisor for various productions. In addition, the collection contains a number of television scripts belonging to Miller and his wife, Jan. These include such shows as "Daniel Boone" "Nevada Smith" "This is Your Life" and "What in the World." Author and artist David Humpreys Miller was recognized as one of the foremost authorities on Native Americans and served as a technical adviser for TV shows and films about the Old West. Note: transcripts of the interviews David conducted with Little Bighorn survivors were not found in this collection.
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