SUBJECT INDEX OF BINGANG ARTICLES

                                      1979-2003

A

ACADEMY AWARDS

Bingang.jpg      Scrimger, Mark. “And the Winner Is. . .” Sum. 01, p. 25-28.

ADVERTISEMENTS FEATURING BING

      “Bing Crosby Clears Up a Mistake.” [RCA radio tubes]. Jul. 92, p. 34.

      “Here’s How We Remember.” [Whitman’s Sampler chocolates]. Jul. 95, p. 52.

      “Junior Juke Wows the Kids.” [Juke box]. Dec. 94, p. 19.

      “Listen to Bing.” [AC spark plugs]. Dec. 94, p. 33.

      “Of Course Mr. Bing Crosby Rides First Class.” {Maddux Automobiles]. Jul. 91, p. 32.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Would You Buy a Used Car from This Man?” Win. 96/97, p. 47.

      See also: AUTOMOBILES

ADVERTISING IN MOVIES

      “Lime Cola – The Pop That Fizzled.” Sum. 00, p. 49.

ALBANESI, RENA

      [Tribute to a past president (1956-1971} of Club Crosby on her death]. Jul. 92, p. 7.

ANDREWS, MAXENE

      Douglas, Karen. “Solo ‘Sister’ Brings Back Memories.” [Lansing State Journal]. Dec. 92, p. 17.

      Maxene Andrews, 79, Member of Famed Andrews Sisters, Dies.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

            Win. 95/96, p. 21.

      Scrimger, Mark. “A Conversation with Maxene Andrews.” Dec. 92, p. 7-12.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Maxene Andrews, a Most Gracious Lady.” Dec. 92, p. 13-16.

ANDREWS, PATTY

      Greetings from Patty Andrews [Pictures and handwritten notes]. Sum. 97, p. 18.

ANDREWS SISTERS

      “The Plot’s the Thing.” [Swing Magazine]. Dec. 92, p. 18.

ARMSTRONG, LOUIS

      Friedwald, Will. “Mr. Satch and Mr. Cros.” [Chapter 2 of an upcoming book). Win. 85, p. 46-58.

ARNHEIM, GUS, AND HIS ORCHESTRA

      Scrimger, Mark. “Photo Album.” [Pix]. Win. 97/98, p. 11.

ASTAIRE, FRED

      Deutsch, Didier C. “Unequalled Style Starring Fred Astaire & Bing Crosby.” [Pulse]. Dec. 89,

            p. 28-31.

      Sutkowski, Ernest H. “An Open Letter to MCA.” [In response to above article]. Dec. 89, p. 32.

McKaie, Andy, of MCA Records. [Response to Mr. Sutkowski’s letter]. Dec. 89, p. 32.

      “Fred Astaire, 1899-1987.” [Obit.]. Aug. 87, p. 20-21.

      Mahoney, Don. “Remembering Some Old Friends.” Jul. 88, p. 38.

AUCTIONS OF BING’S POSSESSIONS

      Butterfield’s [Auctioneers]. Letter to Al Sutton concerning auctions. Apr. 82, p. 77.

      “Jack Souther’s Impressions.” Oct. 82, p. 6.

AUSTRALIAN CROSBY SCENE

      Currington, David B. “Australian Report.” Jul. 88, p. 14; Jun. 89, p. 29; Jul. 90, p. 23.

      Naylor, Shirley. “Shirley Naylor Report.” Jul. 92, p. 39-40.

      Naylor, Shirley. “Shirley Naylor Sees the U. S. A.” Oct. 80, p. 8-9.

      “Remember Shirley Naylor?” Jul. 90, p. 43.

AUTOMOBILES

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing and His Cars.” [Oldsmobile ad]. Jul. 92, p. 26-27.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing and His Cars.” [DeSoto ad]. Dec. 91, p. 48.

      See also: ADVERTISING FEATURING BING

AWARDS AND HONORS

      Life Magazine. “100 Most Influential Americans.” Dec. 90, p. 48.

      London Times. “1000 Makers of the Twentieth Century.” Dec. 91, p. 51.

      Motion Picture Relief Fund [1949 award]. Sum. 98, p. 52.

      TV Guide. “Bing Chosen by TV Guide.” [TV’s 25 Greatest Musical Moments]. Sum. 99, p. 20.

 

B

BAILEY, MILDRED

      Eagle, Don. “The Mildred Bailey Story.” Win. 95/96, p. 32-34.

BAILLIE, CHARLIE

      “Deaths.” [Editor’s page]. Win. 02/03, p. 5.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Win. 02/03, p. 41.

      “Introducing Our Contributing Editors.” [Picture]. Win. 96/97, p. 19.

      Martin, Wayne L. “Charlie Baillie, 1918-2002.” Win. 02/03, p. 51.

BARNES, KEN

      “Crosby Croons Once Moore.” [Music Week]. Oct. 79, p. 6.

BARRIS, HARRY

      :”The Little Fellow.” Jan./Jun. 85, p. 10-15.

BASEBALL

      Sher, Jack. “Bing and His Pirates.” [Photoplay]. Jul. 92, p. 46-47.

BERLIN, IRVING

      Martin, Wayne L. “Irving Berlin Songs Recorded by Bing Crosby.” Dec. 89, p. 26.

      Wallach, Allan. “Irving Berlin, 1888-1989.” [Obit.] [Newsday]. Dec. 89, p. 24-26.

“BING CHERRIES” (Bing Crosby Musical]

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Win. 02/03, p. 40.

BING CROSBY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

      “B.C.H.S. Dissolved.” (Collection donated to Gonzaga University). Dec. 93, p. 6.

      “Bing Crosby Historical Society.” [Brief history]. Aug. 87, p. 33.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Aug. 89, p. 27.

      Duncan, Don. “Tribute to a Man Who Was Nice to Have Around.” Oct. 79, p. 16-17.

      Hammond, Gregg. “Mr. Hammond Goes to Washington.” Oct. 80, p. 10-11.

      “Library To Display Crosby Memorabilia.” [and miscellaneous clippings.]  Mar. 79, p. 38-42.

      Marshall, Denis. [Letter describing problems of B. C. H. S.] Jul. 90, p. 6.

      Taylor, Vernon Wesley. “The Open Heart Open 1979.” Oct. 79, p. 32-35.

      “The Unforgettable Bing Crosby.” [Oregon Focus]. Jul. 88, p. 38.

      See also: TWISS, KEN

BING CROSBY INTERNET MUSEUM

      Lewis, Steven. [Announcement of his website]. Sum. 96, p. 36.

      See also: WEBSITES ABOUT BING

BING CROSBY ROSE

      “Bing – Our All-American.” Apr. 81, p. 4-6.

BING CROSBY STADIUM (FRONT ROYAL, VA)

      Cummings, Milton. “The Bing Crosby Stadium.” Jul. 94, p. 22.

BING-ING AROUND

      Pete Cakanic’s column appeared often in Bingang. Check under subject headings for listings.

BING’S DAY (FRONT ROYAL, VA)

      “Bing’s Day.” [Premiere of Riding High]. Jul. 94, p. 23-24.

 

BINGTHINGS SOCIETY

      “A New Crosby Organization.” Jun. 89, p. 5.

      See also: LUNDBERG, ROBERT

BINGVILLE BUGLE

      [Reproduction of front page, from Spokesman Review]. Jul. 93, p. 42.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND ANALYTICAL ARTICLES

      Atkinson, Gord. “How I Met Bing Crosby.” Dec. 87, p. 17-19.

      Barnett, Lincoln. “Bing, Inc.” [Life]. Dec. 91, p. 31-36.

      Bower, Bugs. “On Assignment with Bing Crosby.” [Sheet Music Mag.]. Sum. 02, p. 34.

      Bickerdyke, Percy. “Evergreen Melodies; A Tribute to Bing Crosby.” [Evergreen]. Dec. 89, p. 38-39.

      Brady, Herb. “I Remember Bing.” Dec. 87, p. 19.

      Crosby, Bing, and Crosby, Dixie Lee. “The Life Story of Bing Crosby.” Win. 97/98, p. 16-17.

      Crosby, Bob. “The Intimate Life of Bing Crosby.” [Filmland]. Jul. 93, p. 11-12.

      Crosby, Everett. “Brother Bing.” [Silver Screen]. Jul. 93, p. 8-10.

      Crosby, Larry. “Bing.” [From City of Destiny article]. Oct. 79, p. 13-15.

      DiFlorio, Anthony III. “Bing Crosby’s Home Made Ravioli.” Sum. 97, p. 41.

      Fidler, James M. “Bing Goes Over with a Bang.” [Screen Play Mag.] Jul. 90, p. 21-22.

      Goldmine magazine. [Issue featuring Bing, 25 pages]. Dec. 93, p. 52.

            See also: Ruhlman, William, below.

      Gourse, Leslie. “Louis’ Children; American Jazz Singers.” [Book excerpt]. Dec. 91, p. 47-48.   

      Hammond, Gregg. “Remembering Bing Crosby.” Win. 97/98, p. 27.

      Harasen, Lorne. “Memories of Bing.” Sum. 00, p. 47.

      Hope, Bob. “Remembering Bing.” [KCET (Los Angeles) Program Guide]. Dec. 88, p. 34.

      Joyce, Mike. “Voice of the Century.” [Washington Post]. Jul. 94, p. 49.

      Lewis, Steven. “1954: End of the Crosby Era.” Dec. 90, p. 10-11.

      Lobosco, David. “A Year in the Life of Bing Crosby. 1936.” Win. 96/97, p. 28.

      Lobosco, David. “Bing in the Sixties.” Jul. 94, p. 21.

      Lobosco, David. “The Human Side of Bing Crosby.” Win. ½, p. 46.

      Long, H. W. Shirley. “This Bing Boy.” [Popular Music]. Oct. 80, p. 48.

      Los Angeles Examiner. “Bing Crosby Decides to End Film, TV Career.” [Reproduction of  front

            page of Nov. 4, 1955]. Jul. 93, p. 43.

      Martin, Pete. “Bing Crosby Calls on Me.” [Book, Pete Martin Calls On…]. Sum. 97, p. 15-17.

      McCusker, James W. “I Saw Bing in Person.” Sum. 99, p. 37.

      Morris, Joe Alex. “The Blue of the Night.” [From Morris’ book What a Year]. Sum. 97, p. 15-17

      Murphy, Father Robert. “My Friend Bing Crosby.” Sum. 96, p. 22-26.

      O’Brien, Jack. “Bing in a Mellow Mood.” Paterson News]. Jul. 92, p. 35.

      Osterholm, J. Roger. “Bing Crosby – the Voice of the Century.” Sum. 01, p. 46-47.

      Peterson, Linda. “Bing Crosby Lifefile.” Biography Magazine]. Sep. 03, p. 41.

      Reed, Dena. “Big News About Bing.” [Screen Book Mag.]. Dec. 90, p. 40-41.

      Ruhlmann, William. “Swingin’ on a Star; the Road to Bing Crosby.” Pt. 1, Jul. 94, p. 6-15;

            Pt. 2, Dec. 94, p. 6-15; Pt. 3, Jul. 95, p. 6-14.

      Ruhlmann, William. “The Goldmine Story.” [Text of speech]. Dec. 94, p. 16-17.

      Salisbury, John. “The Crosby Years.” Apr. 81, p. 7.

      Scrimger, Mark. “ ‘Hairy’ Lillis Crosby.” Sum. 01, p. 40-41.

      Seldes, Gilbert. “The Incomparable Bing.” [Big Book of Irish-American History]. Jul. 91, p. 43-44.

      Shales, Tom. “Legends: Remembering America’s Greatest Stars.” Dec. 90, p. 44-45.

      Smith, H. Allen. “Bing – King of the Crooners.” [Sat. Eve. Post]. Jul. 95, p. 30-39.

      Smith, H. Allen. “Of Bananas and Crosbys.” [Life in a Putty Knife Factory]. Dec. 94, p. 40-43.

      Stevens, Gary. “A Lifetime of Memories…of Bing Crosby.” Sum. 98, p. 6-10.

      Stimson, William. “Bing, We Hardly Knew Ye.” [Pacific Northwest Mag.]. Jul. 88, p. 32-34.

      Stimson, William. “Bing Crosby: The Road to Hollywood.” [Spokane Magazine]. Jul. 88, p. 28-31.

      Tolton, Helen. “Can You Top This?” [Reprint from 1951 Bingang]. Sum. 96, p. 14-15.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Thoroughly Modern Bing.” Jul. 91, p. 25-26.

BOOKS ABOUT BING

      “Bing Bookshelf.” [General discussion of available books]. Aug. 87, p. 37-38; Dec. 87, p. 45-46.

            Dec. 88, p. 41-42.

Barnes, Ken. The Crosby Years

      [Review]. Apr. 81, p. 37.

      Salisbury, John [Review]. Oct. 80, p. 14-15.

Bassett, John, and Bishop, Bert. Just for the Record

      [Announcement of publication]. Oct. 80, p. 37.

      [Review]. Apr. 81, p. 37.

Carposi, George, Jr. The Fabulous Life of Bing Crosby

      Barreto, Shaunne. [Review]. Oct. 79, p. 43.

      Sutton, Al. [Review]. Oct. 79, p. 45-46.

Crosby, Gary. Going My Own Way

      Buchwald, Art. “Pop the Butt of His Son’s ‘Memoirs.’” Oct. 83, p. 41-42.

      Hammond, Gregg. “The Komical Kutups of the Crosbyana Kids; a book review of Going My

            Own Way. Oct. 83, p. 39.

      Keate, Stuart. [Review]. Oct. 83, p. 40-41.

      Sutton, Al. “The Editor in Orbit.” Apr. 83, p. 2.

Crosby, Kathryn. My Life with Bing

      Sutton, Al. “The Editor in Orbit.” Apr. 83, p. 2.

      Crosby, Kathryn. My Last Years with Bing

            [Review]. Win. 02/03, p. 54.

      Freedland, Michael. Bing Crosby; the Illustrated Biography

            Martin, Wayne L. “New Books Available.” Sum. 99, p. 29.

      Giddins, Gary. Pocketful of Dreams: The Early Years

            [1993 announcement]. Jul. 93, p. 49.

            Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Win. 00/01, p. 34; Win. ½, p. 34.

            Cakanic, Pete. “Gary Giddins Book a Success, But…” Sum. 01, p. 38.

            [Excerpts from book reviews]. Sum. 01, p. 38-39.

            “Giddins’ Book Out Next Year.” Sum. 98, p. 39.

            “Giddins’ Book Out Soon.” Win. 00/01, p. 5.

            Scrimger, Mark. “Gary Giddins’ Long Awaited Bing Biography a Masterpiece.” Win. 00/01,

                  p. 30.

      Grudens, Richard. Bing Crosby: Crooner of the Century

            [Review]. Win. 02/03, p. 54.

      Hamann, G. D. Bing Crosby in the 30’s

            Vol. 1 [Review]. Win. 96/97, p. 58; Vol. 2 {Review]. Sum. 99, p. 29.

      Macfarlane, Malcolm. Bing: A Diary of a Lifetime

            [Review[. Win. 97/98, p. 18.

      Macfarlane, Malcolm. Bing Crosby – Day by Day

            Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Sum. 02, p. 16-17.

      Morgereth, Timothy A.  A Comprehensive Discography, Radio Program List and Filmography.

            [Announcement of availability]. Aug. 87, p. 4.

            “Book Reviews.” Dec. 87, p. 43.

      Osterholm, J. Roger. Bing Crosby: A Bio-Bibliography

            [Review]. Dec. 94, p. 50.

      Pairpoint, Lionel.  And Here’s Bing. [Radio shows]. Win. 00/01, p. 56.

      Pairpoint, Lionel; Van Beek, Greg; Macfarlane, Malcolm; and McQuade, Martin. The Chrono-

            Logical Bing on Television

            [Announcement of availability]. Sep. 03, p. 22.

      Pugh, Colin.  Alternate Bing Crosby

            Martin, Wayne L. [Review]. Jun. 89, p. 45.

            Willsohn, Merril. [Review]. Oct. 80, p. 36.

      Reynolds, Fred. The Crosby Collection

            [Announcement of books’ availability]. Jul. 91, p. 7.

            [Review of Vol. 1]. Dec. 91, p. 54.

            [Review of Vol. 2]. Jul. 93, p. 53.

            [Review of Vol. 5[. Sum. 97, p. 5.

      Shepherd, Donald, and Slatzer, Robert F. Bing Crosby; the Hollow Man

            Carroll, Carroll. “Clumsy Hatchetmen Maul Crosby’s Memory in Crude Book.” [Letter to

                  Editors of Variety].  Oct. 81, p. 20.

            Keate, Stuart. “Bing: Which Was the True Face?” [Vancouver Sun]. Oct. 81, p. 7.

            [Sutton, Al]. “That Awful Book.” Oct. 81, p. 5-6.

            Vogt, Gordon. “Will the Real Bing Crosby Please Stand?” Apr. 84, p. 35-46.

      Thompson, Charles.  Bing.

            [Review]. [Daily Variety]. Jul. 93, p. 54.

      Wiggins, F. B. (“Wig”)  Bing Crosby’s Commercial Recordings

            Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Sum. 02, p. 16-17.

      Zwisohn, Laurence J.  A Lifetime of Music

            Sutton, Al [Review]. Mar. 79, p. 76-79.

BOOTMAN, HERBERT

      Sutton, Al. “Herbert J. Bootman, 1918-1980.” Oct. 80, p. 4.

BORGE, VICTOR

      Van Beek, Greg. “An Honor for Victor Borge – and Bing.” Sum. 00, p. 38.

BOSWELL, CONNEE

      Lobosco, David. “Bing & Connee: That’s A-Plenty.” Win. 97/98, p. 14-15.

BRISTO, REG

      [Death announcement]. Jul. 90, p. 6.

BROX SISTERS

      “The Brox Sisters.” Apr. 83, p. 49.

BURNS, GEORGE

      Van Beek, Greg. “In Memory of George Burns and His Work with Bing Crosby.” Sum. 96, p. 27-28.

BUSHKIN, JOE

      Koops, Tonny. “The Old Man on the Plane.” Win. 98/99, p. 39.

 

C

CAGNEY, JAMES

U150A[1].jpg      “Crosby by Cagney.” [From Cagney’s book]. Win. 96/97, p. 40.

CAKANIC, PETE

      “Introducing Our Contributing Editors.” [Picture]. Win. 96/97, p. 19.

CAMPBELL, LOUISE

      Oliver, Myrna. “Louise Campbell – Played Opposite Bing.” [L. A. Times]. Win. 97/98, p. 20.

CAPRA, FRANK

      “Capra Dead.” Dec. 91, p. 46.

CARLISLE, MARY

      Lobosco, David. “The Mary Carlisle Story.” Win. 02/03, p. 42-43.

CARMICHAEL, HOAGY

      Woodward, Richard B. “They Began with the Spirit of Jazz.” [N.Y. Times]. Jun. 89, p. 48-49.

CARROLL, CARROLL

      “Carroll Carroll, 1902-1991.” Jul. 91, p. 33.  

      Oliver, Myrna. “Carroll Carroll, Writer Shaped Crosby Style.” [L. A. Times]. Jul. 91, p. 33.

      Taylor, Vernon Wesley. “Carroll Carroll; An Appreciation.” Dec. 90, p. 12-13.

CARTOONS AND CARICATURES

      Vasey, Vern. “Crosby Cartoons and Caricatures.” Win. 86, p. 7-20.

CARTOONS, ANIMATED

      Parkinson, Keith. “Cartoons Remembered.” Oct. 80, p. 39.         

      Pearce, Brian. “What’s Up, Bing?” Jul. 92, p. 13.

CAULFIELD, JOAN

      “Caulfield Dies.” Dec. 91, p. 46.

      Horning, Jay. “After 50 Years, Joan Caulfield Has No Plans to Quit Acting.” [St. Petersburg Times].

            Jul. 91, p. 18.

      Lobosco, David. “The Joan Caulfield Story.” Sum. 00, p. 39-40.

CENTENARY OF BING’S BIRTH

      [Bellmar, PA Middle School Commemorative]. Sep. 03, p. 35.

      Pressler, Dieter. “BCCC 2003.” Sum. 01, p. 32.

      See also: GONZAGA UNIVERSITY – CENTENARY CELEBRATION; IRISH FEST AND

            IRISH MUSIC ARCHIVES – CENTENARY CELEBRATION

CHALLIS, BILL

      Miller, Morton B. “Bill Challis – Whiteman’s Finest Arranger.” Apr. 83, p. 5-7.

CHRISTMAS MUSIC

      “Classics Always Home for Christmas.” [Jackson Citizen Patriot]. Dec. 90, p. 52.

      Hammond, Gregg. “Bing’s Is the Voice of Christmas.”

      “Songwriters Dream of ‘White Christmas’ and Its Royalties.” [Wall St. Journal]. Dec. 91, p. 48. 

      See also: “WHITE CHRISTMAS” (SONG)

CHRISTMAS SHOWS

      King, Susan. “Bingle Bells, Bingle Bells.” [Los Angeles Times]. Win. 95/96, p. 26-27.

      Mahoney, Don. “Christmas Memories.” Oct. 84, p. 26-27.

      Miller, Ron. “Just Bring Crosby Clips Aren’t Enough for Show.” Mar. 79, p. 5.

      Nachman, Gerald. “Christmas Card.” [S. F. Chronicle]. Apr. 84, p. 47.

      Scott, Vernon. “Show Goes On Without Bing.” Mar. 79, p. 14.

      Shull, Richard K. “One More Time with Bing.” Mar. 79, p. 13.

CLARK, DON, AND HIS ORCHESTRA

      Scrimger, Mark. Photo Album. [Pix]. Win. 97/98, p. 10.

CLOONEY, ROSEMARY

      Associated Press. “Rosemary Clooney Is Dead.” Sum. 02, p. 6-7.

      “Bing/Rosie Tapes To Be Issued.” Sum. 02, p. 7.

      Burden, Martin. “C’mon-a Clooney’s House.” [New York Post]. Aug. 88, p. 49.

      Clooney, Nick. “The Sounds of Christmas.” [AMC Mag.]. Win. 95/96, p. 22-23.

      “Rosemary Clooney Married.” Win. 97/98, p. 41.

      Rullman, Russ. “The Crosby-Clooney Show.” Part 1. Aug. 87, p. 18-19; Part 2, Dec. 87, p. 21-26.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Rosie & Bing: An Appreciation.” Sum. 99, p. 6-11.

CLUB CROSBY – HISTORY

      Atkinson, Gord. “Club Crosby – On the Air.” Sep. 03, p. 32.

      [Bingang front cover, Spring 1941]. Sep. 03, p. 40.

      “Club Crosby.” [Includes material furnished by Pat Sullivan]. Dec. 94, p. 47.

      “Introducing Our Contributing Editors.” [Pictures]. Win. 96/97, p. 19.

      Koernig, Priscilla J. “On the Road with Memories of Bing.” Sum. 96, p. 7-10.

      [Letters from readers concerning final issue of Bingang]. Sep. 03, p. 4-6.

      Martin, Wayne L. [Farewell editorial]. Sep. 03, p. 7.

      Martin, Wayne L. “We Are Sixty.” [Editorial]. Sum. 96, p. 5.

      “Paragraphs from the Past.” [Excerpts from past issues of Bingang]. Sum. 96, p. 17-20.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Midwest Summit.” [Meeting of M. Scrimger and W. Martin]. Win. 00/01, p. 36.

COCOANUT GROVE

      Brooks, Georgie. “Graduate’s Gift Was ‘the Grove’.” Dec. 94, p. 24.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” Jun. 89, p. 10-14.

      Taylor, Vernon W. “Kenny Allen Remembers Cocoanut Grove Days.” Mar. 80, p. 19-23.

COLE, BUDDY

      Crossland, Ken W. “Bing and Buddy Cole.” Apr. 83, p. 56-57.

      Crossland, Ken W., and Rullman, Russell R. “Bing, Buddy and Friends.” Win. 85, p. 12-16.

      Crossland, Ken W., and Rullman, Russell R. “Bing and Buddy Cole.” Oct. 84, p. 34-35.

      Hollow, Henry J. “Bing Plus or Minus Buddy Cole.” Oct. 80, p. 32-34.

      White, Stan. “The Buddy Cole Story.” [The Crosby Collector]. Apr. 81, p. 29-32.

COLLECTORS AND COLLECTING

      “Bing Collectibles.” [Paperdolls and clothes]. Aug. 87, p. 48.

      Carr, Marylea B. “One of the ‘Bingang’ Shares Lifetime Collection.” Oct. 79, p. 37-39.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” [Mechanical singing Bing dolls]. Win. 02/03, p. 41.

      Coopersmith, Lauritz. “Sincerely Yours.” [Autographs]. Jul. 90, p. 51.

      Crenshaw, James R. “On the Record or Off.” [Al Sutton’s collection]. Jan./Jun. 85, p. 36-37.

      Dishneau, David. “Jim Bean Decanters Doomed.” [Source unknown]. Dec. 93, p. 44.

      “Honor Bing’s Memory – Fan.” Oct. 79, p. 8.

      Hunt, Bill. “An Open Letter.” Mar. 79, p. 58-61.

      Kendrick, Baynard. “A Clue from Bing Crosby.” [Ellery Queen Mystery Mag.]. Win. 97/98, p. 33.

      Morgereth, Timothy A. “Bingthings…Out of the Blue.” Jul. 88, p. 21-22.

      Nickell, Joe. “The Shroud of Crosby.” [Popular Photography]. Win. 97/98, p. 34.

      Scrimger, Mark. “A Bing Crosby Sampler.” [Book forwards, etc.]. Win. 96/97, p. 32-34; Sum. 97,

            p. 36-38.

      Scrimger, Mark. “A Cornucopia of Crosbyana Collectibles.” Jan./Jun. 86, p. 12-18.

      Scrimger, Mark. “A Rewarding New Crosby Collectible.”  [Postcards]. Apr. 82, p. 65-69.

      Scrimger, Mark. “A Trip to the Crosby Cupboard.” Jun 89, p. 30-31.

      Scrimger, Mark. “An Unexpected Breath-O-Lator Bonanza.” Jul. 95, p. 43-44.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Around the World with Bing.” [Record labels]. Win. 97/98, p. 28-30,

      Scrimger, Mark. “At the Movies with Bing.” [Movie collectibles]. Oct. 83, p. 16-20.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing Crosby’s Kid Stuff.” Apr. 83, p. 50-53.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing-O” [Game cards]. Jul. 94, p. 26-27.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Call Us Lucky.” [Various Bing items]. Oct. 82, p. 34-39.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Candid Crosby.” [Pictures]. Win. 95/96, p. 8-10.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [Guinea stamp, True-Vue Co., sheet music]. Jul. 92, p. 28-29.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [Comic book, statuette, cookie jar, etc.]. Win. 97/98, p. 31-32.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [Record player, ornaments, stand-up photo]. Sum. 98,

            p. 31-33.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [Paper dolls]. Win. 98/99, p. 32-35.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [Life-size Philco store window display, character dolls].

            Sum. 99, p. 23-25.      

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [Concord Jazz record, Crosby figurines]. Win. 00/01, p. 42-43.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [7-inch paper sleeves]. Sep. 03, p. 42-46.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Cover Boy Bing.” [Magazine covers]. Apr. 83, p. 54-55.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Flea Market Finds.” [Coffee makers, etc.]. Dec. 92, p. 34-35.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Four Curious Crosby Collectibles]. Dec. 91, p. 40-41.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Lucky” record sleeves from Japan and American “FM” sleeve]. Sum. 97, p. 28-29.

      Scrimger, Mark. “More About Postcard Collectibles.” Oct. 82, p. 45.

      Scrimger, Mark. “More Crosby Collectibles.” [Miniature movie theaters, “Junior Juke”]. Dec. 93,      

            p. 22-24.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Postcard Portrait Gallery.” Jul. 91, p. 20-24.

      Scrimger, Mark. “78 rpm Album Booklets.” Jul. 94, p. 34-38.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes.” [Pipe advertisements]. Dec. 90, p. 42-43.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Something Old, Something New.” [Misc. items]. Win. 95/96, p. 36-37.

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Literary Bing.” [Authors adapted for Crosby productions]. Win. 99/00,

            p. 15-22.

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Little Things in Life.” [Food and cigarette cards]. Jul. 88, p. 12-14.

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Little Things in Life,” Part 2 (as above). Jul. 90, p. 24-25.

      Scrimger, Mark. “You’re in the Grove, a Bevy of Bing Record Brushes.” Jul. 91, p. 30-31.

      Segol, Jeff. “Golden Oldies Melodic Hobby for Nice (CA) Man.” [Record collection]. Apr. 84,

            p. 31-32.

      “Some Rare Examples of Bing’s Things.” [Phonocards]. Apr. 84, p. 48-49.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Son of Sampler.” [Liner notes by Bing]. Win. 97/98, p. 13.

      Wayman, Stanley. “The Saga of Joe Bell.” Apr. 81, p. 27-28.

      Willis, Pat. “Memory of Crooner Still Alive.” [About Pete Cakanic]. Win. 97/98, p. 19-20.

      Winters, Ken. “A Store from Another Era.” [78 rpm records]. Oct. 83, p. 21-22.

COLUMBO, RUSS

      “Accidental Shot Fatal to Singer.” [AP and other news sources]. Oct. 81, p. 41-44.

      Green, Benny. “Cruise the Crooner.” [Sunday Express]. Dec. 92, p. 36.

      Rasmussen, Cecilia. “A Crooner’s Interrupted Melody.” [L. A. Times]. Win. 96/97, p. 45.

COMIC BOOKS 

      “Bing Crosby – Master of Disguise.” [Comic book version of “Pepe”].  Dec. 94, p. 28-29.

      Mad Magazine. “Going Thy Way” and “Going Way Out.” Jul. 91, p. 34-39.

      Movie Comics. “East Side of Heaven.” Dec. 92, p. 37-39.

      Real Life Comics. “Bing Crosby.” Dec. 93, p. 35-39.

      Sutton, Al. “See You in the Funny Papers.” Jul. 90, p. 14-20.

      Whack Comics. [Frames picturing Bing Crosby and Bob Hope]. Win. 97/98, p. 31.

COMO, PERRY

      Associated Press. “Perry Como Is Dead.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]. Sum. 01, p. 45.

      [Autographed photo for Club Crosby’s 60th Anniversary]. Sum. 96, p. 21.

      Collins, Michael. “Messrs. Crosby & Como.” Win. 97/98, p. 6-8.

      Donahue, Phil. [Transcript of Interview with Perry Como]. Today Show. Oct. 79, p. 51.

      Van Beek, Greg. “The Two Mr. C’s.” Sum. 97, p. 13-14.

CONCERTS

      Bacon, James. “Bing Crosby Packs Them In at Concert.” [L.A. Herald-Examiner]. Dec. 90, p. 8-9.

      Baillie, Charles D. “The First Concert.” [Music Center]. Dec. 90, p. 6-7.

      Feather, Leonard. “Bing and the Road to Nostalgia.” [L.A. Times].  Dec. 90, p. 7.

      Rich, Phil. “So Tired, But It’s the Old Bing.” [Argus]. Sum. 97, p. 12.

        Thomas, Bob. “A Mellow Crosby Close to Tears at Big Ovation.” [Assoc. Press]. Dec. 90, p. 9.

COUNTRY MUSIC    

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing and the New Nashville Sound.” Jul. 95, p. 45-46.

CROSBY FAMILY TREE

      “Bing’s Family Tree.” [Limerick Echo]. Jun. 89, p. 38.

      Hounsel, John D. “Bing Crosby’s Roots.” [National Enquirer]. Jun. 89, p. 39-40.

CROSBY RESEARCH FOUNDATION

      “How Bing Crosby Helps with the War.” [PIC Mag.]  Win. 01/02, p. 48-50.

 

CROSBY, BING (As Author)

      “Spokane Story: A Boy, a Sled, and a Pretty Girl.” Dec. 88, p. 10. See Ledford, David, below.

      “Keeping Your Feet on the Ground.” [Bingang, Spring 1939]. Dec. 87, p. 14-15.

      Ledford, David. “Bing’s Christmas Fantasy.” [Spokesman Review]. Dec. 88, p. 18.

      “My Christmas Story.” [From a Decca 1950s record flyer]. Win. 96/97, p. 35.

CROSBY, BING (GRANDSON, ALSO CALLED “FLIP”)

      “Crosby’s Grandson Wed at GU.” Dec. 90, p. 16.

      Free, Cathy. “It’s No Joke. This Bing Crosby Is the Real Thing.” [Spokesman Review].

            Jul. 93, p. 27.

      “Signing for Bing.” [Bing’s grandson signs autographs at Gonzaga]. Dec. 94, p. 20.

CROSBY, BOB (BROTHER)

      “Bandleader Crosby Dies.” [Jackson Citizen Patriot]. Jul. 93, p. 53.

      “Bob Crosby.” [Variety]. Jul. 93, p. 54.

      Crosby, Bob. “I Hated Being Bing’s Brother.” [Look]. Win. 96/97, p. 29-31.

      Lobosco, David. “Remembering Bob Crosby.” Jul. 93, p. 6.

      M’Lemore, Henry. “Brother Bob Reports Bing Did ‘Nicest Thing for Him’.” Jul. 92, p. 41.

CROSBY, CATHERINE (MOTHER)

      Crosby, Bob. “Our Mom, Kate Crosby. [Sat. Eve. Post]. Jul. 93, p. 13-18.

CROSBY, DENNIS (SON)

      [Death]. [B.F.C.S. Newsletter]. Jul. 91, p. 7.

      “Twin Son of Bing Crosby Dead.” Jul. 91, p. 45.

CROSBY, DIXIE LEE (WIFE AND FAMILY)

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing Crosby and Sons.” Win. 01/02, p. 40-43.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Remembering Dixie Lee Crosby.” Win. 02/03, p. 24-30.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Straight from the Heart of Dixie.” Sum. 02, p. 8-10.

CROSBY, EVERETT (BROTHER)

      Hunt, Bill. “Come to the Stable.” [Pictures found at Everett Crosby home]. Jul. 93, p. 19-26.

CROSBY, GARY (SON)

      “Gary Crosby, Bing’s Son, Dies of Cancer.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]. Win. 95/96, p. 11.

      Lobosco, David. “Remembering Gary Crosby.” Win. 95/96, p. 12.

      Naylor, Shirley. “A Tribute to Gary Crosby.” Win. 95/96, p. 11-12.

CROSBY, HARRY (SON)

      Simons, Judith. “Harry Is My Name.” Oct. 79, p. 24.

CROSBY, KATHRYN (WIFE AND FAMILY)

      Christy, Marian. “Kathryn Crosby: Looking Back But Not Moping.” Oct. 79, p. 21-23.

      Drewes, Caroline. “Kathryn Crosby in Her Own Right.” Mar. 79, p. 23.

      Dunn, Al. “Crosby Collector Meets Crooner’s Wife.”  [West Bend Daily News and Milwaukee

            Journal-Sentinel]. Sep. 03, p. 23-24.

      Dykk, Lloyd. “Bing There, Done That – with Crosby.” Dec. 94, p. 17-18.

      Geist, Jeff. “Kathryn Crosby Interviewed on N. Y. Radio.” Win. 96/97, p. 42.

      “Kathryn Crosby Dedicates the San Dieguito River Bridge.” [Source unknown]. Sum. 02, p. 41.

      McQuade, Martin. “Kathryn Crosby Appears on the Today Show.” Sep. 03, p. 28-29.

      “Mrs. Crosby Is Our Honorary President.” Win, 00/01, p. 5

      Sullivan, Patricia. “Kathryn Crosby Fan Club.” Mar. 79, p. 61.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Swing with Bing – in Rice Lake, WI.” Win. 01/ 02, p. 12-16.

CROSBY, LINDSAY (SON)

      “Crosby Son Apparent Suicide.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]. Dec. 89, p. 53.

      Smith, Robert. “Bing Crosby’s Son – Why He Killed Himself Just Before Christmas.” [National

            Enquirer]. Jul. 90, p. 54.

CROSBY, MARY FRANCES (DAUGHTER)

      Coombes, Al. “Christmas Without Bing. – By His Daughter.” Mar. 79, p. 16.

      Scott, Vernon. “Mary Crosby Is Determined.” Oct. 79, p. 28.

CROSBY, NATHANIEL (SON)

      Bullock, Bob. “Tournament Host Eyes Golf Career.” Mar. 79, p. 62.

      Crosby, Nathaniel. “Invitation to Clambake.” Mar. 79, p. 63.

      [Letter to Bingang]. Win. 96/97, p. 10.

      Rosenbaum, Art. “The Sleeper in the Van.” [S.F. Chronicle]. Oct. 79, p. 27.

      Spander, Art. “Young Crosby Isn’t Coasting.” Mar. 79, p. 64-65.

      Steger, Pat. “Social Scene.” Mar. 79, p. 62.

CROSBY, PHILLIP (SON)

      Baillie, Charles. “Bing Was a Good Dad.” Sum. 99, p. 49.

 

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DEATH, FUNERAL, AND BURIAL PLACE

      Associated Press. “Bing Crosby, 73, Dies in Madrid at Golf Course.” [N.Y. Times]. [15th anniversary

            of death observed in Bingang]. Jul. 92, p. 30-33.

      Baillie, Charles D. “Holy Cross Cemetery, Bing’s Final Resting Place.” Dec. 91, p. 21-23.

      “Bing Crosby.” [Wash. Post Editorial]. Jul. 92, p. 50.

      “Editorial Cartoons from 1977.” Sum. 97, p. 19.

      Faue, Warren. “The Tenth Anniversary.” Dec. 87, p. 38-39.

      Fogel, Arne. “Bing Crosby – One Year Gone.” Mar. 79, p. 25.

      Hinckley, David. “The Melody Lingers.” [N.Y. Daily News]. Dec. 87, p. 40-41.

      “October 1977 Headlines.” Sum. 97, p. 14.

      O’Donnell, Dick. “Bing-O.” [Trivia quiz on 10th anniversary of Bing’s death]. [Milwaukee Journal].

            Jul. 88, p. 49-50.

      Sublett, Scott. “Bing Crosby, the Singer and the Success Story.”  [Wash. Times]. Dec. 87, p. 42.

      “Ten Years Ago…” Aug. 87, p. 22,

      Thomas, Bob. “Pal Remembers Crosby on Burial Anniversary.” Mar. 79, p. 10.

      “Tributes to Bing.” [Excerpts from articles printed after Bing’s death]. Sum. 97, p. 27.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing Crosby – the Final Record.” Sum. 01, p. 6-11.

      Wayman, Stanley. “A Visit to Bing’s Grave.” Dec. 93, p. 32.

DEL MAR RACE TRACK

      “Del Mar – Then and Now.” Dec. 89, p. 16-19.

      Murray, Jim. “A Little Music Would Not Hurt Del Mar.” Dec. 89, p. 30.

DISCOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

      Scrimger, Mark. “A New Discographical Find.” [Musician’s union reports]. Jun. 89, p. 17-21.

DISCRIMINATION AGAINST BLACKS

      Crosby, Larry. “In Defense of Bing.” [Letter to Philadelphia Courier]. Sum. 99, p. 36.

DORSEY BROTHERS

      Sanford Herb. “Amateur Swing Contest.” [From Tommie & Jimmy: The Dorsey Years]. Win. 96/97.

            p. 19.

DUETS

      Lobosco, David. “Bing Crosby Duets.” Dec. 94, p. 38-39.

DUTCH CROSBY SCENE

      Wayman, Stanley F. “Etty Gits of Holland.” Dec. 92, p. 6.

      Hommes, Ineke. “A Word from Holland.” Apr. 82, p. 62-63.

 

E

EAGLE, DON

      “Don Eagle, 1917-1996, Club Crosby Member and Author.” Sum. 97, p. 39.

EARLY CAREER

      Eagle, Don. “Five Important Turning Points in Bing’s Early Career.” Jun. 89, p. 6-9.

EDWARDS, CLIFTON A. (“UKULELE IKE”)

      Miller, Morton B. “Extraordinary Song Stylist of the 1920s.” Oct. 80, p. 31.

ELOCUTION

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Art of Elocution.” [Selections Bing used]. Sum. 00, p. 30-33.

ENGLISH CROSBY SCENE

      Crossland, Ken. “Bing in Britain.” Apr. 81, p. 33-38.

      Crossland, Ken. “Bing in Britain – Part 2, TV.” Oct. 81, p. 33-38.

      Crossland, Ken. “Bing in Britain 1976-1977.” Apr. 82, p. 9-11.

      Crossland, Ken. “Ken Crossland Reporting.” Jan./Jun. 85, p. 8-9.

      Crossland, Ken. “Report on the English Crosby Scene.” Oct. 80, p. 35.

      Mahoney, Don. “Bing in England.” Jun. 89, p. 24-25.

ETTING, RUTH

      [Picture with Bing, Howard and Shelton, and Norman Breckenshire at CBS]. Win. 02/03, p. 56.

EXHIBITS

      “Belfast Central Library Hosts Month-Long Crosby Exhibition.” Jul. 93, p. 36-39.

      Frereault, Jean-Paul. “A Crosby Exhibit.” Jun. 89, p. 43.

      Frereault, Jean-Paul. “A Thing for Bing in a Big, Big Way.” Dec. 91, p. 11.

      Frereault, Jean-Paul. “Montreal Reports Bing Sightings.” Dec. 93, p. 11.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing at Battle Creek.” [Willard Library display]. Win. 96/97, p. 39.

 

F

FAIN, SAMMY

      [Obit.] Jul. 90, p. 9.

FAN CLUBS FOR BING

      Crampton, Michael. [Letter concerning fan clubs working together for Bing’s sake]. Jul. 90, p. 5.

      Machliss, Bob. [Notice of discontinuance of The Crosby Years]. Dec. 90, p. 5.

            See also: BING CROSBY HISTORICAL SOCIETY; BINGTHINGS SOCIETY

FANCHON AND MARCO (STAGE PRODUCERS)

      Hall, Ben M. “The ‘Idea’ Idea” [From book Golden Age of the Movie Palace]. Win. 02/03, p. 4

            49.

FISHER, ALAN

      “A Letter from Alan Fisher.” Dec. 91, p. 36; Sum. 96, p. 16.

      Jacobs, Jody. “Bing’s Butler Not Impressed.” Mar. 79, p. 18-19.

      Van Beek, Greg. “My Employer – Bing Crosby.” Win. 96/97, p. 21-22.

FITZGERALD, ELLA

      Giddins, Gary. “Classical Singing, Sinatra, Crosby and Fitzgerald as Objects d’Art.” Jul. 94,

            p. 45-47.

      Van Beek, Greg. “A Tribute to Ella.” Win. 96/97, p. 23.

FOGEL, ARNE

      “Bing Crosby on Record.” [Arne Fogel Celebrates a 10-Year Anniversary]. Win. 96/97, p. 41.

FORGERY OF SIGNATURES

      Warner, Elise. “Meet Saul L. Wollman, the World’s Foremost Legal Forger.” [Autograph Collectors

            Magazine]. Dec. 89, p. 37.

FOWLER, BILL

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Sum. 00, p. 41.

FREREAULT, JEAN-PAUL

      “Bing Crosby Collector.” [Obit.] Sum. 98, p. 41.

FULTON, JACK

      Miller, Morton B. “Jack Fulton Recalls His Own Remarkable Career and Those Friends Who Made

            Musical History.” Jan./Jun. 86, p. 19-24.

 

G

GALLEGOS, CARMEL GENE

      “My Bing Life.” Win. 96/97, p. 24.

GARLAND, BEVERLY

      “A Greeting from Beverly Garland.” [Picture and note]. Win. 98/99, p. 30-31.

GARLAND, JUDY

      “Bing Crosby and Judy Garland Discography.” Dec. 93, p. 25.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing Crosby and Judy Garland, The Happy Wake-Up Pair!” Dec. 93, p. 7-10.

GAYLOR, LESLIE

      Crossland, Ken, and Sutkowski, Ernest. “Leslie Gaylor, 1921-2000.” Sum. 00, p. 29.

GLEASON, JACKIE

      Mahoney, Don. “Remembering Some Old Friends.” Jul. 88, p. 38.

GOLF

      Bing Crosby’s Ten Favorite Golf Courses.” [San Mateo Times]. Dec. 87, p. 32-34.

      “Bing in Sports.” Aug. 87, p. 34-35.

      Borton, Brett. “The Crosby: Alive & Well on Tobacco Road.” [Southern Living]. Jul. 91, p. 40-41.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing at the Master’s Classic.” Sum. 97, p. 42.

      Johnson, Jimmy. “The Golfing Crosby.” Oct. 79, p. 26.

      Murray, Jim. “Bing’s Concept Not Half Baked [AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am]. Win. 96/97, p. 17,

      Murray, Jim. “Bing’s Gone, But His Clambake Lives On.” Mar. 80, p. 11.

      Pasch, Robert. “A Dream Trip to the 1996 Crosby Tournament.” Win. 96/97, p. 6-9.      

      Pasch, Robert. “My Memories of the 50th Bing Crosby Golf Tournament.” Dec. 91, p. 16-19.

      Pasch, Robert. “The Crosby Golf Tournament.” Win. 01/02, p. 38-39.

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Crosby Bermuda Run.” Dec. 88, p. 7-12.

      Shirley, Bill. “It Started with a Bing.” [Del Mar Race Track]. [L.A. Times]. Win. 85, p. 59-63.

      Soltau, Mark. “Stars and Swipes at Pebble Beach.” [Golf Journal]. Sum. 97, p. 40.

      Spander, Art. “Crosby Took Golf on the Road to Success.” [Sporting News]. Jul. 88, p. 41. 

      “The Crosby at Bermuda Run.” [Picture of Bing from cover of program]. Dec. 94, p. 25.

      “The Crosby Shines for 50 Great Years.” [Triad Golf]. Dec. 91, p. 20.

      Tolton, Helen. “Bing and Bob Versus the Shipyard Champs.” Jun. 89, p. 26-28. 

      Ward-Thomas, P. A. “Bing Crosby; A Perpetual Memory.” Dec. 93, p. 43.

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY

      “Bing Crosby Toupees Found at Crooner’s Alma Mater.” Dec. 92, p. 45.

      Burr, Robert, Library Director [Letter]. Mar. 79, p. 47.

      Cakanic, Pete. “The Bing Collection at Gonzaga.” Win. 95/96, p. 6-7.

      Fleshman, Samuel H. “A Visit to Gonzaga.” Jul. 92, p. 12.

      Klockow, Jim. “Gonzaga’s Awash in Memories of Bing.” [Associated Press]. Dec. 93, p. 25.

      [Letter to Club Crosby about the Crosby collection and back issues of Bingang]. Dec. 93, p. 54.

      Parsons, O. L. “Sculptor’s Hands Make Crosby Memorial a Reality.” Mar. 79, p. 48-52.

      Wilson, Pamela. “Legendary Crooner.” [Gonzaga Bulletin]. Dec. 94, p. 22.

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY – CENTENARY CELEBRATION

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around Gonzaga U.” Sep 03, p. 19-22.

      Koernig, Priscilla. “A Celebration of Bing’s Life.” Sep. 03, p. 8-11.

      Macfarlane, Malcolm. “Plans Being Finalized for Birthday Celebration.” Sum. 02, p. 41.

      “100th Birthday Anniversary Celebration at Gonzaga U.” [Editor’s page]. Win. 02/03, p. 5.

      Pasch, Bob. “The Birthday Celebration at Gonzaga.” Sep. 03, p. 25-26.

      Scrimger, Mark. [Letter read to attendees of celebration]. Sep. 03, p. 27.

GRANDFATHERS

      Lobosco, David. “Remembering Club Crosby.” Sep. 03, p. 33-34.

      Newton, Crissi. “Great Grandfather Bing.” Sep. 03, p. 26.

GRAUMAN’S CHINESE THEATER

      Endes, Stace, and Cushman, Robert. “Hollywood at Your Feet.” Sum. 96, p. 40-41.

      Grauman’s Chinese Theater and Its Rites of Recognition.” Jan./Jun. 86, p. p. 8-11.

GRIMES, KAROLYN

      Van Beek, Greg. “Wonderful Memories with Karolyn Grimes.” Win. 98/99, p. 6-9.

GRINOLS, LANCE

      “Another Farewell.” [Obit.] Apr. 83, p. 1.

GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS

      Cakanic, Pete. “Binging-Around.” Win. 00/01, p. 28.

      “Club Crosby in the Guinness Book of World Records.” Win. 00/01, p. 5.

 

H

HANDWRITING ANALYSIS OF BING

      O’Connell, Sheldon. “Bing Crosby Through Handwriting Analysis.” Dec. 88, p. 26.

HARRIS, PHIL

      Marston, Alan. “That’s What We Like About Phil Harris.” Mar. 80, p. 12-13.

      “Phil Harris Dies at 91.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]. Win. 95/96, p. 23.

HAYMES, DICK

      “Remembering Dick Haymes.” Sum. 97, p. 35.

HOBART, VAL

      Eagle, Don. “Val Hobart, the First Person to Call Harry Crosby Bing.” Jul. 91, p. 19.

HOFSTRA CONFERENCE

      [Announcement[. Sum. 02, p. 30.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Win. 01/ 02, p. 35.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Win. 02/03, p. 40.

      Huntoon, Perry. “Bing at Hofstra.” Win. 02/03, p. 13-20.

      “The Hofstra Conference [Editor’s page]. Win. 02/03, p. 5.

      Van Beek, Greg. “The Hofstra Experience.” Win. 02/03, p. 6-12.

HOGLE, EDGIE

      Eagle, Don. “Meet Edgie Hogle, Bing’s Fist Bob Hope.” Jul. 90, p. 7-9.

HOLLOW, HENRY J.

      “Henry J. Hollow, 1923-1981.”  Apr. 82, p. 8.

HOMES. See: RESIDENCES.

HOPE, BOB

      [Autographed photo of Bob Hope, in honor of Club Crosby’s 63rd anniversary]. Win. 99/00, p. 7.

      “Bob Hope, 1903-2003.” Sep. 03, p. 30-31.

      Eagle, Don. “I Owe Bob Hope $9.00. Dec. 90, p. 14-16.

      Hope, Bob. “A Long ‘Road’.” [Published after Bing’s death]. Dec. 92, p. 42.

      Hope, Bob. “My Personal Tribute to Bing.” [Published after Bing’s death]. Sum. 97, p. 34.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Straight Down the Middle.” Sum. 99, p. 21.

HOPE, DOLORES

      Van Beek, Greg, and Grant, Ward. “Young at Heart.” Sum. 00, p. 36-38.

HORSE RACING

      “Bing Crosby and Lin Howard.” Win. 99/00, p. 44-46.

      Hillenbrand, Laura. “The Dingbustingest Contest You Ever Clapped an Eye on.” [From her book,

            Seabiscuit, An American Legend]. Sum. 01, p. 33-37.

HUTTON, BETTY

      Lobosco, David. “The Betty Hutton Story.” Win. 98/99, p. 10-12.

 

I

IMPACT ON POPULAR MUSIC

      Atkinson, Terry. “Bing Crosby, 1903-1977.” [Rolling Stone]. Jul. 92, p. 38.

INTERNATIONAL CROSBY CIRCLE. See: MERGER WITH THE INTERNATIONAL

      CROSBY CIRCLE

IRISH FEST AND IRISH MUSIC ARCHIVES       

      Tianen, Dave. “Irish Fest Center Assembling Bing Crosby Collection.” [Milwaukee Journal-

            Sentinel]. Sum. 99, p. 34.

      Van Beek, Greg. “A Report from Milwaukee’s Irish Fest.” Win. 99/00, p. 39.

      Van Beek, Greg. “A Visit to the Milwaukee Irish Music Archives.” Win. 99/00, p. 37-38.

IRISH FEST AND IRISH MUSIC ARCHIVES – CENTENARY CELEBRATION

      Van Beek, Greg. “Wisconsin Celebrates Bing Crosby’s Centennial.” Sep. 03, p. 12-18.

 

J

JACKSON, MICHAEL

      Nachman, Gerald. “Beat It.” [S.F. Chronicle]. Win. 85, p. 41.

JAZZ

      Henthoff, Nat. “Jazz: The Swinging Side of Bing.” [Wall St. Journal]. Jul. 90, p. 41.

JOHN, ELTON

      “A Comment.” [About “Candle in the Wind”]. Sum. 98, p. 42.

      “Instant Classic?” [About “Candle in the Wind”]. Sum. 98, p. 42.

JOLSON, AL

      [Letter from Al Jolson Society on Club Crosby’s 60th birthday]. Win. 96/97, p. 26.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing and Al, the World’s Greatest Entertainers.” Dec. 91, p. 6-10.

JONES, SPIKE

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing Crosby Linked to Music Murderer.” Sum. 98, p. 36-38.

 

K

KAPP, JACK

      Dexter, Dave. “Don’t Write This Story About Me.” [Downbeat]. Dec. 88, p. 31-33.

KAYE, DANNY

      “Danny Kaye, 1913-1987.” Aug. 87, p. 17.

KETCHAM, HANK

      “Hank Ketcham and Bing.” Dec. 91, p. 42-43.     

      “Hank Ketcham, Long Time Crosby Involvement.” Dec. 91, p. 44.

KOERNIG, PRISCILLA

      Bootman, Herbert J. “A Tribute [to Pat Sullivan and Priscilla Koernig on Retirement].” Mar. 80, p. 9.

      “Priscilla Koernig’s Crosby Room.” [Pictures]. Sum. 99, p. 22.

 

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TD689(2].jpgLAMOUR, DOROTHY

      Lobosco, David. “Remembering Dorothy Lamour.” Win. 96/97, p. 14.

      Miller, Bill. “Getting to Know Dottie.” Autograph Collector]. Win. 96/97, p. 14.

      “Requiem Mass for Dorothy Lamour.” [Funeral Bulletin]. Win. 96/97, p. 15.

      Van Beek, Greg. “One for the Road; A Tribute to Dorothy Lamour.” Win. 96/97, p. 11-12.

LANG, EDDIE

      Caldwell, Doug. “Eddie Lang and the Beginnings of Jazz Guitar.” Dec. 91, p. 37-39.

      DiFlorio, Anthony III. “State of Pennsylvania Honors Eddie Lang.” Sum. 96/97, p. 25.

      [Two pictures of Bing and Eddie Lang, with captions]. Win. 85, p. 65.

LATIN MUSIC

      Garcia, Edwin. “El Compadre Bing Crosby: The Latin Repertoire.” Part 1, Sum. 00, p. 9-28; Part 2,

            Win. 00/01, p. 9-21; Part 3, Sum. 01, p. 12-24; Part 4, Win. 01/02, p. 22-33;  Part 5, Sum. 02, p. 1

            18-29; Part 6, Win. 02/03, p. 31-39.

LEE, PEGGY

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing Crosby and Peggy Lee.” Sum. 98, p. 20-21.

LETTERS FROM BING

      Albanesi, Rena. “From Bingang’s Files.” [Club Crosby’s 25th anniversary]. Jul. 88, p. 52.

      Scrimger, Mark. “A Handwritten Letter from Your Friend Bing.” [To Dick Crabbe]. Jul. 88, p. 7-13.

   “Don Eagle Provides Further Insight Into Early Bing Letter.” Jul. 90, p. 13.

Scrimger, Mark. “Just a Bundle of Old Bing Letters.” Aug. 87, p. 7-12.

Scrimger, Mark. “More Crosby Correspondence.” Dec. 87, p. 27-30.

Scrimger, Mark. “More Crosby Correspondence.” [Letter to Red Nichols]. Dec. 88, p. 17.

Scrimger, Mark. “More Crosby Correspondence.” June 89, p. 22-23.

Scrimger, Mark. “More Crosby Correspondence.” [Letters to Leslie Gaylor]. Jul. 90, p. 10-12.

Scrimger, Mark. “More Crosby Correspondence.” [Misc. letters]. Dec. 90, p. 19-21.

Tolton, Helen. “More Crosby Correspondence.” ]Re: The Country Girl]. Jul. 88, p. 39-40.

Van Beek, Greg. “A Bundle of Old Bing Letters, Pt. 2.” Sum. 02, p. 12-15.

Young, Michael E. “Packed with Memories.” Sum. 99, p. 18-19.

LETTERS TO BING

      “From the Groaner’s Private Files.” [Screen Guide]. Jul. 95, p. 40-42.

      Scrimger, Mark. “I Haven’t Time to be a Millionaire.” [From Bing’s tax attorney]. Win. 00/01,

            p. 22-25.

LEWIS, STEVEN. See: BING CROSBY INTERNET MUSEUM

LILLIE, BEATRICE

      “Actress Beatrice Lillie Dies at 94.” Jun. 89, p. 41.

LOBOSCO, DAVID

      “Introducing Our Contributing Editors.” [Picture]. Win. 96/97, p. 19.

LUNDBERG, ROBERT

      “Robert D. Lundberg.” [Obit.] Win. 95/96, p. 24.

      “Robert Lundberg Collection [Donated to Gonzaga Univ.]“ Sum. 98, p. 10.

      See also: BINGTHINGS SOCIETY

LUNG SURGERY

      “Crosby Loses Half Lung in Surgery.” Jul. 92, p. 35.

 

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 MACMURRAY, FRED

      “Fred MacMurray [Obit.] Dec. 91, p. 46.

MANONE, WINGY

      “Seven Years Together on Kraft Music Hall.” [S.F. Examiner]. Jul. 90, p. 52.

MARTIN, DEAN

      Van Beek, Greg. “Memories of Two Good Friends, Dean Martin and Bing Crosby.” Sum. 96,

            p. 28-29.

MARTIN, MARY

      Hammond, Gregg. “Mary Martin; a Tribute.´Dec. 90, p. 39.

MARTIN, WAYNE L.

      [First issue edited by Wayne Martin].  Aug. 87.

      Murphy, Kevin. “B-B-Bing.” [Webster-Kirkwood Times]. Win. 98/99, p. 37-39.

McCAREY, LEO

      Bogdanovich, Peter. “A Conversation with Leo McCarey.” [From his book]. Win. 98/99, p. 27-29.

McKENZIE, RED

      Miller, Morton B. “The Red McKenzie Story.” Mar. 80, p. 15-16.

McMURTRIE, BURT

      Taylor, Vernon Wesley. “Burt McMurtrie of Tacoma, WA.” Mar. 79, p. 26-37.

MEMORABILIA

      Petrie, Ellen. “Nick’s Pipe Dream Comes True.” Oct. 79, p. 7.

MERCER, JOHNNY

      Vasey, Vern. “Bing’s Huckleberry Friend.” Oct. 83, p. 12-15.

      Vasey, Vern. “More on Mercer.” Apr. 84, p. 51-54.

MERGER WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CROSBY CIRCLE

      “Clubs’ Merger Receives Coverage in Goldmine.” Sep. 03, p. 34.

      “Committee Approves Merger.” [Editor’s Page]. Sum. 02, p. 5.

      “Committee Chosen.” [Editor’s Page]. Sum. 01, p. 5.

      “Committee Is Working.” [Editor’s Page]. Win. 01/ 02, p. 5.

MILLS BROTHERS

      “Donald Mills.” [Obit.]. Sum. 00, p. 45.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Is There Anyone Finer…?” Sum. 97, p. 24-25.

MINUTE-MAID ORANGE JUICE

      Hall, Jim. “Music-Maid Commercials, 1968-77.” [From Hall’s book]. Sum. 97, p. 21.

      Wyman, Carolyn. “Bing’s Orange Juice.” [Book: I’m a Spam Fan]. Win. 95/96, p. 38-39.  

MONTMARTRE CLUB

      Scrimger, Mark. “Photo Album.” [Pix of café where Bing and Dixie first met]. Win. 97/98, p. 12.

“MOONSHINERS” (PLAY ABOUT BING}

      [Booking form]. Jul. 90, p. 23.

      [Reviews from Bing Magazine]. Dec. 90, p. 49.

MOVIES

      Del Re, Gerard and Patricia. “One-of-a-Kind Facts.” [From their book]. Win. 99/00, p. 23.

      Eastman, John. “Retakes: Behind the Scenes of 5 Classic Crosby Movies.” Dec. 94, p. 45-46.

      Gomery, Douglas. “Paramount’s Top Trio.” [From his book]. Sum. 99, p. 35.

      Lobosco, David. “Bing at MGM.” Dec. 92, p. 50.

      Newton, Crissi, and Lobosco, David. “The Dramatic Side of Bing Crosby.” Sum. 99, p. 12-13,

      Nowlan, Robert and Gwendolyn. Movie Characters of Leading Performers of the Sound Era.

            [Excerpt from this book]. Dec. 93, p. 18-19.

      Pawlak, Jim. “Bing Knew: Knowledge Is Power in His Movies.” [Palm Beach Post]. Sum. 98, p. 34.

      “Rise and Fall of the Stars.” [Popularity of movie stars]. [Life]. Jul. 94, p. 42.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing – The Critic’s Choice.” Jan./Jun. 85, p. 25.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing’s Road to Stardom.” Sum. 97, p. 6-11.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” [Paramount Pictures]. Dec. 87, p. 7-13.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Now Showing: Bing’s Movies in Small-Town America.” Jul. 92, p. 21-23.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Three Movies Bing Didn’t Want Made.” Win. 97/98, p. 23-25.

            Anything Goes (1936)

                  “Anything Goes in Oklahoma.” [Pictures of theaters showing the film]. Sum. 99, p. 27.

            Anything Goes (1956)

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Jul. 94, p. 27.

            Blue Skies

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Sum. 96, p. 35.

            Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court

                  Eagle, Don. “Making ‘Connecticut Yankee’ with Bing.” Dec. 89, p. 7-11.

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Dec. 94, p. 44.

            Dixie

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Win. 00/01, p. 27.

            Dr. Rhythm

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Sum. 00, p. 46.

            Emperor Waltz

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Win. 01/02, p. 47.

            High Society

                  Kurnitz, Harry. “Crosby Moves in ‘High Society’.”  Jul. 94, p. 43-44.

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Win. 96/97, p. 39.

            High Time

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Sum. 01, p. 43.

            If I Had My Way

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Win. 99/00, p. 47.

            King of Jazz

                  Scrimger, Mark. “Bing, Bix and the King of Jazz.” Sum. 97, p. 32-33.

            Little Boy Lost

                  Michaud, Paul R. “In Search of Little Boy Lost.” Win. 01/ 02, p. 6-11.

                  Scrimger, Mark. “It’s Binkie! It’s Binkie Come Back.” Win. 98/99, p. 21.

            Mississippi

                  “Celluloid Heroes.” Dec. 93, p. 33.

            Reaching for the Moon

                  Furia, Philip. “Reaching for the Moon.” [From his book]. Sum. 02, p. 37-38.

            Rhythm on the Range

                  Crosby, Bing. “The Role I Liked Best.” Oct. 83, p. 6.

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Dec. 93, p. 46.

            Rhythm on the River

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Jul. 95, p. 39.

            Road Series

                  Robinson, Jeffrey. “Hope, Crosby, Lamour.” Jul. 92, p. 14-20.

                  McGuire, Ann. “The Road to Success.” [American Movie Classics]. Dec. 92, p. 40-41.

                  Saltzman, Joe. “On the Video Road with Bing and Bob.” Jun. 89, p. 44.

            Road to Bali

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Jul. 93, p. 35.

            Road to Hong Kong

                  “Four Really Ready Spacemen.” [Life]. Sum. 02, p. 42.

            She Loves Me Not

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Win. 98/99, p. 12.

            Starmaker, The

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Sum. 98, p. 39.

            Star-Spangled Rhythm

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Sum. 99, p. 20.

            Top o’ the Morning

                  [Novelization with pictures from film]. Dec. 90, p. 22-27.

            Variety Girl

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Win. 95/96, p. 28.

            Waikiki Wedding

                  “The Musical Tantrum.” [Honolulu Magazine]. Dec. 88, p. 29.

            Welcome Stranger

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Win. 97/98, p. 26.

            White Christmas

                  Felchner, William J. “Dreaming of White Christmas Autographs.” [Autograph Collector].

                        Jul. 95, p. 25-28.

                  Lobosco, David. “Bing in Hollywood.” Dec. 92, p. 42.

                  Scrimger, Mark. “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas (Pressbook).” Jul. 95, p. 18-22.

                  Thompson, Frank.  White Christmas [Rosemary Clooney]. [Pulse]. Jul. 95, p. 23-24.

MOVIES, PROPAGANDA

      Levine, Howard. “Bing; His Appearance in Three World War 2 Propaganda Films.” Oct. 80, p. 44-

                  46.

MOVIES, UNMADE

      Lobosco, David. “Almost Starring Bing.” Jul. 95, p. 14.

      Morrow, Bill. “Road to the Moon.” [Synopsis for film never made]. Win. 99/00, p. 8-14.

      Parkinson, Keith. “Almost Starring Bing.” Apr. 81, p. 21-22.

MURPHY, FRANK

      Van Beek, Greg. “A Tribute to Frank Murphy.” [Obit.] Dec. 89, p. 15.

MURRAY, KEN

      “Ken Murray [Obit.]. Dec. 88, p. 30.

MURRAY, TOM G.

      [Two photos of Bing taken by Tom G. Murray]. Jul. 90, p. 38-39.

 

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NEW ZEALAND CROSBY SCENE

      “Bing Crosby Songbook.” Dec. 93, p. 42.

NEWTON, CRISSI

      “We Have a Secretary.” Sum. 01, p. 5.

NORWAY CONCERT (1977)

      Roth, Lars. “Bing’s Oslo Appearance.” Win. 85, p. 10-11.

NOSTALGIA RADIO

      McGuigan, Cathleen. “Memories Are Made of This.” [Newsweek]. Apr. 84, p. 33.

 

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OFFICER, PHILLIP

      Green, Blake. “Bing’s Songs in a Different Voice.” [Newsday]. Win. 96/97, p. 46.

OSBORN, BILL

      Cakanic, Pete. “A Tribute to Bill Osborne.” Win. 96/97, p. 20.

      “Collection Donated to Gonzaga Univ.” Sum. 98, p. 10.

OWENS, HARRY

      Fleshman, Sam. “A Proud Time.” Win. 99/00, p. 36.

OYE, JON

      “Ogilvy & Mather/Chicago Displaying Employees’ Art.” Sep. 03, p. 29.

 

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PALEY, WILLIAM

      [Obit.]. Dec. 90, p. 17.

PARAMOUNT THEATER, BROOKLYN

      Gray, Christopher. “Once a Rococo Palace.” [N.Y. Times]. Win. 95/96, p. 44.

PARAMOUNT THEATER, NEW YORK

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing Crosby at the Paramount.” Dec. 91, p. 24-29.

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Rest of the Story.” Jul. 92, p. 8-11.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Who Was It Said ‘Revenge is sweet’?” Sep. 03, p. 47.

PASCH, BOB

      “’Bing’ Is Star of Christmas Show.” Dec. 93, p. 46.

PERITO, NICK

      Van Beek, Greg. “Nick Perito Remembers Bing.” Sum. 97, p. 31.

PHILCO RADIOS

      Van Beek, Greg. “Work Is Fun…With the Philco 1201. Win. 97/98, p. 36-37.

PIRATES DEN NIGHTCLUB

      Scrimger, Mark. “Two Accounts of Bing’s Investment.” Sum. 02, p. 31-33.

POETRY

      Gallegos, Carmel. “One Dozen for Bing.” Mar. 79, p. 11.

      Wesner, Emina. “Bing.” Win. 96/97, p. 42.

POPULARITY OF BING

      Gaul, Lou. “Star Quality, a New System for Measuring Actors’ Popularity.” Win. 00/01, p. 45.

      Lewis, Steven. “The Marketing of Bing.” Sum. 00, p. 34-35.

      Schmid, Judy. “Celebrate the Talent of Bing Crosby.” Win. 02/03, p. 47.

      Smith, Karen. “Bing’s Star Shines 8 Years After Crooner’s Death.” [Louisville Times].

            Win. 85, p. 45.

PRESLEY, ELVIS

      Cakanic. Pete. “Bing, Elvis & Goldmine.´Sum. 01, p. 32.

      Parshall, Gerald. “Bing and the King.” [U.S. News]. Sum. 99, p. 30-32.

      Reich, Howard. “Forgetting Bing.” [Chicago Tribune]. Sum. 98, p. 35.

      Sarris, Andrew. “Bing, Elvis, and the Missing Link.” [Village Voice]. Jul. 92, p. 36-37.

PRESSLER, DIETER

      “Dieter Pressler Resigns.” Sum. 02, p. 5.

      “Introducing “Dieter Pressler.” Sum. 98, p. 43.

PUZZLES

      Lewis, Steven. “A Bing Crosby Crossword Puzzle.” Jul. 95, p. 29. Solution p. 46.

      “Crosby Corner.” [Word search puzzle]. [Modern Maturity]. Dec. 92, p. 49.

 

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RADIO CONTRACTS

      “A Standard Radio Contract.” [Marilyn Maxwell’s contract for Chesterfield]. Sum. 00, p. 48.

RADIO HALL OF FAME

      “Bing Crosby to be Inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.” Sum. 98, p. 10.

      “Bing in Radio Hall of Fame.” [Inducted 10/11/98]. Win. 98/99, p. 13.

RADIO SHOWS

      Bauman, Irving. “Bing Was on the Radio a Lot.” [Listing of guests]. Apr. 81, p. 33-36.

      Evans, Philip, et al. “On the Air for Old Golds – 1929.” Apr. 82, p. 46-50.

      Geist, Jeff. “Sunday with Bing.” Win 99/00, p. 36.

      Keller, Martin. “The Bing Thing.” [Arne Fogel radio show]. [Twin Cities Reader]. Jul. 90, p. 42.

      Lomoriello, Gene. “Hyde Park Station Keeps Memories of Bing Crosby Alive.” [Taconic News-

            Papers]. Jul. 95, p. 4.

      “Mother’s Day Marks 50 Years Since Priest’s First Rosary Broadcast.” Win. 95/96, p. 43.

      Rullman, Russ, and Kiner, Larry. “The Ford Road Show, Pt. 1.” Jul. 88, p. 15-20.

      Rullman, Russ, and Kiner, Larry. “The Ford Road Show, Pt. 2.” Dec. 88, p. 13-16.

      Salisbury, John. “The Crosby Years.” Apr. 82, p. 64.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing Is on the Air.” [Current radio shows featuring Bing.] Jul. 90, p. 36.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” [Kraft Music Hall]. Jul. 88, p. 23-27.

      Smith, Richard D. “A Permanent Sentimental Journey.”  [Hillsborough, NJ Beacon]. Aug. 87, p. 20.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing Is Still on the Air.” Sum. 02, p. 34-36.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Bing Is Still on the Air.” [Continuation]. Win. 02/03, p. 46.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Flying Home with Ronnie Paul on KAAT.” Win. 01/02, p. 37.

      Van Beek, Greg. “It’s Philco Radio Time.” Jan. 89, p. 32-33.

RAYE, MARTHA

      [Death]. Editorial, Dec. 94, p. 5.

RECORDINGS

      Note: Nearly every issue of Bingang had reviews of Bing’s records, whether 78’s, LP’s, EP’s,

      or CD’s. The reviews have not been covered in this listing because of the space required.  

      Atkinson, Terry. “From the Bottom of the Bing Crosby Barrel.” [L.A. Times]. Jun. 89, p. 50.

      Ault, Bob. Bing’s First Record.” [“I’ve Got the Girl”]. Jun. 89, p. 15-16.

      Firth, Pat. “These Are Your Top 10 Favorite Crosby Discs.” [Based on survey]. Oct. 81, p. 8-11.

      Gits, Etty, and Wayman, Stanley. “Bing’s Pirates (Not the Pittsburgh Pirates”). Dec. 93, p. 40.

      Martin, Wayne L. “Discography Update.” [Additions, corrections]. Aug. 87, p. 41-43.

      Martin, Wayne L. “Index Available.” [Alphabetical discography for sale]. Win. 98/99, p. 5.

      Paikoff, Herman. “The American Record Corporation.” [New Amberola Graphic]. Dec. 92, p. 51.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing’s First Recording Session; the Rest of the Story.” Sum. 98, p. 40.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Look for the Crosby Label.” Dec. 92, p. 24-25.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” [Pictures of Bing recording]. Dec. 88, p. 20-25.

      Scrimger, Mark. “1955 Decca Interview Record.” Sum. 02, p. 39-40. [Questions for answers given on

            this Interview Record appear in the Win. 02/03 issue, p. 46].

      Van Beek, Greg, and Lobosco, David. “Bing Crosby: The Final Chapter.” Dec. 93, p. 20-21.

      Vogt, Gordon. “Discographical Problems of the Fifties.” Apr. 81, p. 41-43.

      “Wax Facts.” Sum. 01, p. 48.

            ALTERNATE TAKES

                  Pugh, Colin. “Alternate Takes.” Mar. 79, p. 4-5, 8.

                  Scrimger, Mark. “Say It with Music.” Sum. 99, p. 14-15.

                  Vogt, Gordon. “Alternate Takes – Who Knows?” Mar. 80, p. 34-36.

            BEST SELLERS

                  Rogers, Arnold I. “Bing Crosby’s Million-Selling Singles.” [Yesterday]. Dec, 89, p. 21-23.

            BOXED 45 RPM SETS

                  Martin, Wayne L., and Gray, Kenneth E. “Boxed 45 rpm Sets.” Apr. 82, p. 52-61.

            BRUNSWICK

                  “Crosby on Record.” [Brunswick picture labels]. Jul. 88, p. 42-43.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Bing’s Brunswicks.” Oct. 80, p. 16-26.

            DECCA

                  “Big Stars Sign for Decca Records.” [1934 ad with picture of Bing]. Win. 98/99, p. 52.

                  “Bing Crosby Signs Contract with Decca.” [Renewal of contract in 1937]. Jul. 93, p. 44.

                  “Crosby on Record.” [Decca picture labels]. Jul. 88, p. 43.

                  Kapp. Mickey. “Memories of Bing at Decca.” Win. 97/98, p. 21-22.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Bing’s Black Label Deccas, 18000-19000 series]. Oct. 81, p. 13-19.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Bing’s Black Label  Deccas, Personality series. Oct. 82, p. 8-17.  

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Bing’s Blue Label Deccas.” Mar. 80, p. 24-30.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Bing’s Decca LP’s, a Numerical Listing.” Jan./Jun. 85, p. 29-35.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Bing’s Decca Records, Collectors Series and Miscellaneous. Oct. 83,

                        p. 23-31.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Decca’s Personality Series, 27/30000 and 38000. Apr. 84, p. 55-62.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “The Decca Era – An Index and LP Listing.” Oct. 84, p. 10-24.

            EARLY RECORDINGS

                  Hollow, Henry, and Black, Douglas. “Columbia’s Potatoheads in Australia.” Apr. 82,

                        p. 44-45.

                  Martin, Wayne L. “Crosby Records Before Brunswick.” Apr. 81, p. 11-20.

                  Miller, Morton B. “The Early Whiteman Years, 1926-1928.” Apr. 82, p. 18-43.

                  Miller, Morton B. “The Early Whiteman Years,  Part 2. Oct. 82, p. 19-30.

                  Scrimger, Mark. “Crooner Crosby’s Debut Disc.” Sum. 01, p. 42.

            EXTENDED PLAY RECORDS

      Martin, Wayne L., and Wayman, Stanley; Gray, Ken; Perkins, Bob; and Souther, Jack.

             “Bing’s EPs.” Apr. 83, p. 12-22.

GOLDEN RECORDS

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing’s Golden Records.” Win. 00/01, p. 37-40.

MASTERING AND MANUFACTURING OF 78’S

      “Interesting Letters from MCA.” [Letters from Steve Hoffman]. Aug. 87, p. 40.

MISCELLANEOUS LABELS

      “For Label Collectors.” [Green Tiger Press]. Aug. 87, p. 39.

POST-DECCA RECORDS

      Crossland, Ken. “Where Was Bing When the Music Started?” Oct. 84, p. 28-34.

      Martin, Wayne L. “Alphabetical Listing Post-Decca Records,” [With numerical listing at

            end of the article].  Win. 85, p. 19-40.

            PROMOTIONAL RECORDS

                  Wall, Gordon A. “Bing’s Film Exploitation Records.” Oct. 83, p. 7-11.

            SALES

                  Mackarino, David. “Bing’s Microgroove Millions.” Jun. 89, p. 42.

                  Paterson, Girvan. “Who Sold the Most Records?”  Jul. 93, p. 50.

            V-DISCS

                  “Forgotten, But Not Gone.” Dec. 91, p. 49.

                  Martin, Wayne L. [Alphabetical list of V-Discs offered to members]. Win. 98/99, p. 5.

                        Note: This list was later published in Bing magazine and on the B. C. Internet Museum.

RESIDENCES

      Austin, Jean. “Bing’s Favorite Retreat.” [Hayden Lake]. [American Home]. Jul. 95, p. 15-17.

      Benchener, Gail. “From Bing’s House to Show House.” [Hillsborough]. [S.F. Chronicle]. Includes

            other clippings. Sum. 98, p. 22-24.

      Benchener, Gail. “Home Improvement with the Globe-Trotting Crosbys.” [Hillsborough]. [S.F.

            Chronicle]. Sum. 98, p. 27-28.

      Chohlis, John. “Prime, Choice, and Baloney.” [Chapter on Nevada ranch]. Dec. 92, p. 27-33.

      “Crosby Home Sells for $2.3 Million.” [Toluca Lake]. Sum. 99, p. 32.

      “Crosby’s House Goes Up for Sale.” [Pebble Beach]. [Parade Mag.] Dec. 94, p. 26-27.

      Dillon, Franc. “The House That Bing Built.” [1934 article from movie mag.]. Dec. 92, p. 21-23.

      Edwards, Anne. “Bing Crosby, the Going My Way Star in Rancho Santa Fe.” [Architectual Digest].

            Sum. 96, p. 37-39.

      Key, Karen, and World, Heather. “Crosby Estate Joins Home Tour.” [Hillsborough]. [San Mateo

            County Times]. Win. 97/98, p. 18.

      Koernig, Priscilla. “A Crosby Christmas House Tour.” [Hillsborough]. Win. 01/02, p. 44-45.

      Koernig, Priscilla. “On the ‘Road’ to Bing’s House.” [Hillsborough]. Sum. 98, p. 29.

      Mook, S. R. “Bing Crosby’s Family Life.” Jul. 93, p. 28-34.

      Pearson, Richard. “Our Visit to Hillsborough.” Sum. 98, p. 30.

      Peterson, Marva. “House of Memories.” [Holmby Hills house]. Dec. 93, p. 28-32.

      Ryon, Ruth. “Hot Property.” [Toluca Lake house]. Sum. 97, p. 26.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Then and Now – Bing’s Toluca Lake House.” Win. 99/00, p. 33-35.

      “Sixty Miles North of Elko.” [Elko, NV ranch]. [Movie Life]. Jul. 94, p. 28-33.

      Svanevik, Michael, and Burgett, Shirley. “Binglemania Sweeps the Peninsula.” [Hillsborough].

            [San Mateo Weekly]. Sum. 98, p. 25-26.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Sandy Licht’s Road to Las Cruces.” Win. 00/01, p. 6-8.

      Zanardi, Bonny. “Crosby Estate Becomes Holiday Showcase.” [Hillsborough]. [San Mateo

            County Times]. Win. 01/02, p. 45.

REYNOLDS, MARJORIE

      Lobosco, David. “The Marjorie Reynolds Story.” Sum. 01, p. 29-30.

      [Obit. from L.A. Times]. Sum. 97, p. 25.

RHYTHM BOYS

      “Rhythm Boys? Well, Yes, But Not Harry, Bing and Al!” Oct. 82, p. 18.

ROGERS, WILL

      Bentley, George. “Will Rogers and Bing As Each Other.” Mar. 80, p. 38-40.

ROSS, SHIRLEY

      Lobosco, David. “The Shirley Ross Story.” Sum. 98, p. 18-19.

 

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 SALISBURY, JOHN

      [Obit.] Aug. 87, p. 15.

SCRIMGER, MARK

      [First issue with Mark Scrimger as President of Club Crosby]. Aug. 87.

      “President’s Message.” Jul. 91, p. 5.

      Schwerin, Mark. “Crooner Crosby Stars in Collection.” [Battle Creek Enquirer]. Win. 98/99,

            p. 36-37.

SHEET MUSIC

      “Available from Club Crosby.” [Sheet music list]. Win. 00/01, p. 5.

      [Comments on above list]. Sum. 01, p. 4.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Sum. 02, p. 16-17.

      “Junk Ain’t Junk No More.” [Life]. Win. 96/97, p. 43.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing Crosby Sheet Music from the Ellington-Arnheim Era.” Dec. 94, p. 34-36.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Bing Crosby Sheet Music from the Paul Whiteman Era.” Dec. 93, p. 12-17.

      Scrimger, Mark, and Sutton, Al. “Bing’s Sheet Music; a Partial Accounting.” Oct. 79, p. 56-66.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Collector’s Corner.” [2 pieces of music with Paul Whiteman]. Win. 99/00,

            p. 42-43.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Just One More Chance.” [Brunswick recordings]. Win. 95/96, p. 30-31.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Let’s Try Again.” [Sheet music with variant covers]. Jul. 90, p. 44-45.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Maxene Andrews.” [Sheet music with Andrews Sisters and Bing]. Dec. 92,

            p. 13-16.

      Scrimger, Mark. “My Mother-in-Law!” [Marilee Stankowski’s collection]. Dec. 93, p. 26-27.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Songs by Crosby.” Jul. 91, p. 10-15.

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Definitive Version.” Sum. 98, p. 12-17.

      Scrimger, Mark. “You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Yet.” [Jolson & Crosby]. Jul. 94, p. 40-41.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Young Bing on Sheet Music. 1931-1933.” Dec. 90, p. 32-35.  

      Scrimger, Mark. “Your 1936 Hit Parade [and] Your 1946 Flop Parade.” Sum. 96, p. 30-34.

      “Straight Down the Middle…with Special Lyric Sheet.” Jul. 93, p. 40-41.

      “The Little Fellow.” [Harry Barris]. Jan./Jun. 85, p. 10-15.

      Willsohn, Merril. “Let’s Face the Music.” Apr. 82, p. 12-15.

      Willsohn, Merril, and Scrimger, Mark. “Shadow Music; Songs from Bing’s Movies.” Apr. 83,

            p. 23-41.

SINATRA, FRANK

      Atkinson, Gord. “Crosby Deserves Same Fame as Sinatra.” [Ottawa Citizen]. Win. 98/99, p. 24.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Win. 99/00, p. 26.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Win. 00/01, p. 29.

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing-ing Around.” Sum. 02, p. 16-17.

      Clooney, Nick. “Comparing Crosby, Sinatra.” Sum. 01, p. 44.

      Crossland, Ken. “Frank Sinatra, 1915-1998.” Win. 98/99, p. 25-26.

      “Frank Sinatra., 1915-1998.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]. Sum. 98, p. 11.

      Giddins, Gary. “Classical Singing; Sinatra, Crosby and Fitzgerald as Objets d’Art.” Jul. 94, p. 45-57.

      Giddins, Gary. “Frank Sinatra, 1915-1918, The Last Crooner.” [Village Voice]. Win. 98/99, p. 22-24.

      Lewis, Steven W. “The Swooner vs the Crooner.” Jun. 89, p. 34-35.

      McDonough, John. “Sighs and Whispers.” Jul. 94, p. 50.

      McNally, Owen. “Frankly, It Was Love.” [Hartford CT Courant]. Win. 98/99, p. 26.

      Montalto, Mary. “More About Bing and Frank.” Sum. 99, p. 34.    

      Van Beek, Greg. “Ol’ Blue Eyes and the Ol’ Groaner.” Jul. 94, p. 18-20.

SINNOTT, JOE

      Vasey, Vern. “Joe Who?” Dec. 86, p. 6.

SMITH, KATE

      Hayes, Richard. “Kate and Bing, the Smith-Crosby Connection.” Win. 98/99, p. 18-20.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION (Washington, D.C.)

      Wiggins, “Wig.” “Smithsonian Institution Honors Bing.” Mar. 79, p. 53-55.

SONGS – ANALYSIS AND COMMENTARY

      Crosby, Bing. “The Kind of Songs I Like to Sing.” [Popular Songs]. Dec. 88, p. 40.

      Fleshman, Samuel H. “Bing’s Last Recording.” Sum. 98, p. 42.

      Fleshman, Samuel H. I Met ‘Sweet Leilani’.” Win. 00/01, p. 41.

      Hinckley, David. “Let’s Hear It for, and by, the Boys.” [N.Y. Daily News]. Dec. 93, p. 45.

      Lobosco, David. “Songs I Wish Bing Had Sung.” Win. 97/98, p. 35.

      Shirley, Lois. “I Surrender, Dear.” [1932 movie magazine]. Dec. 89, p. 35-36.

      Simon, George T. “The Story of Mississippi Mud.” [Big Bands Songbook]. Dec. 91, p. 45.

      Vogt, Gordon. “Songs of a Sunshine Salesman.” Oct. 81, p. 21-32.

SOUTHER, JACK

      Macfarlane, Malcolm. “My City by the Bay.” [Crosby Collector]. Win. 95/96, p. 21.

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON

      Scrimger, Mark. “An Intimate Tour of Bing’s Hometown, Spokane.” Apr. 84, p. 7-30.

      “Spokane Scrapbook.” [Two pictures in Spokane]. Dec. 89, p. 52.

      “Spokane Scrapbook.” [Pictures taken at Gonzaga U.]. Jul. 90, p. 26-27.

STAGE APPEARANCES AND PRODUCTIONS

      Frereault, Jean-Paul. “The Romantic Singer of Songs You Love.” [Newspaper ads]. Jul. 90, p. 28-34.

      Frereault, Jean-Paul. [Sup. to above, with ads for Bing and Bob Hope]. Jul. 90, p. 35

      Frereault, Jean-Paul. “Bing Crosby in Person.” [Continuation of above article]. Dec. 90, p. 28-31.

      Kreuger, Miles. “Bing on Broadway, 1927-1928. [Films in Review]. Jul. 91, p. 8-9.

      Nathan, George Jean. “Nellie Bly – a Record and an Interpretation.” Sum. 01, p. 49-50.

Newmark, Judith. “Berlin’s Music Gives White Christmas an Advantage [St. Louis stage production 

      of the movie – and other articles on this event]. Win. 00/01, p. 31-35.

      See also: PARAMOUNT THEATER, BROOKLYN; PARAMOUNT THEATER,

            NEW YORK

STAMPS, COMMEMORATIVE

      “And in New York City.” [Picture]. Dec. 94, p. 23.

      “At Last! A Bing Stamp!” Dec. 93, p. 6.

      “Bing’s Stamp.” [Editorial]. Dec. 94, p. 5.

      Civil Service Employees Association. “A Stamp for Bing.” Jun. 89, p. 36.

      “Clinton Backed Four U.S. Stamps.” [Linn’s Stamp News]. Jul. 93, p. 35.

      “First Day Cover.”  [Picture]. Dec. 94, p. 46.

      Germon, Jeanine. “A Tribute to Bing.” [Gonzaga U. Bulletin]. Dec. 94, p. 21.

      Lewis, Steven.  “A Letter to the Stamp Committee.” Jul. 94, p. 39.

      Slackman, Michael. “The Stamp of a Singer.” [Newsday]. Jun. 89, p. 37.

      Sowa, Tom. “Bing Crosby’s Fans Wanted Stamp of Their Own.” [Spokesman Rev.]. Dec. 94, p. 23.

      Sutton, Al. “Now Is the Time.” Oct. 84, p. 8-9.

STEVENS, INGER

      Lobosco, David. “The Inger Stevens Story.” Win. 99/00, p. 24-25.

SULLIVAN, PAT

      Bootman, Herbert J. “A Tribute [to Pat Sullivan and Priscilla Koernig on Retirement.” May 80, p. 9.

      Koernig, Priscilla. “Patricia Evelyn Sullivan, 1934-1999.” Win. 99/00, p. 6.

SUTTON, AL

      [Announcement of Retirement]. Win. 85, p. 6-7.

      Crossland, Ken. “Remembering Al Sutton [and other tributes]. Sum. 00, p. 8.

      [Editorial on death]. Sum. 00, p. 5.

      [Farewell as editor and president]. Dec. 86, p. 4-5.

      [First issue edited by Al Sutton; also president of Club Crosby]. Oct. 80.

      “Reminiscing…1980.” Aug. 87, p. 23-25.

      Scrimger, Mark. “When Day Is Done.” Sum. 00, p. 6-7.

      Sutton, Robert. “Your Editor, My Father.” Win. 00/01, p. 41.

 

T

TACOMA, WA.

      Tacoma Scrapbook.” [Includes Bing’s baptism certificate and announcements]. Dec. 90, p. 36-37.

TAPE RECORDING

      Fenster, J. J. “How Bing Crosby Brought You Audiotape.” [Invention & Tech.]. Win. 95/96,

            p. 34-35.

      Paul, Les. “Les Paul Talks About Tape.” Win. 96/97, p. 44.

TELEVISION AND VIDEOS

      Aunt Enna’s TV Column. Oct. 84, p. 51-52.

      “Bing Crosby’s Special Christmas.” [Partial script for 1976 Christmas special]. Win. 00/01, p. 44.

      “Bing: His Legendary Years.” [Film biography hosted by Dennis Miller]. Dec. 93, p. 52.

      “Bing’s Video Bow Keeps Millions Awake All Night.” [N.Y. Times]. Jun. 89, p. 52.

      “Biography: Bing Crosby.” [A & E film biography hosted by Peter Graves]. Dec. 93, p. 52.

      Di Florio, Antbony III. “Bing Crosby Back on Television.” [1958-62 Specials]. Win. 95/96, p. 25.

      O’Connor, John J. “Bing Crosby’s 2 Lives in Public and in Private.” [N.Y. Times]. [Reviews the

            Miller and Graves biographies]. Dec. 93, p. 53.

      [Picture of Bing in TV studio, Los Angeles, Aug. 12, 1974]. Sep. 03, p. 2.

      Raddatz, Leslie. “Mellow Is His Middle Name.” [TV Guide]. Jul. 92, p. 44-45.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Television Scrapbook, Bing Crosby Show, 1964/65.” Sum. 97, p. 20.

            Ed Sullivan Show

                  “A Friend Indeed,” or “How Bing Made a Million Seller on a $100 Bet.” Jan./Jun. 85,

                        p. 26-27.

            Edsel Show

                  Scrimger, Mark. “The Edsel Show.” Win. 01/02, p. 17-21.

            High Tor

                  [TV Guide summary and ad]. Sum. 97, p. 23.

            Hollywood Palace

                  [Picture of Bing with stage in the background]. Sum. 97, p. 22.

                  [Picture of Bing and Florence Henderson on this show]. Jul. 94, p. 44.

THOMPSON, BOB

      Van Beek, Greg. “A Conversation with Bob Thompson.” Win. 99/00, p. 28-32.

TOLTON, MARSTON

      [Obit.]. Aug. 87, p. 1.

TORME, MEL

      [Obit.]. Sum. 99, p. 17.

TRACY, ARTHUR

      DiFlorio, Anthony. “The Street Singer.” [Star Newspapers]. Jul. 91, p. 27.

      [Obit.]. [N.Y. Times]. Win. 97/98, p. 9.

      Tracy, Arthur. “A Letter from the Street Singer.” Jul. 91, p. 28-29.

TRIBUTES TO BING

      “Bing Crosby Tribute Presented Dec. 6.” Mar. 79, p. 57.

      Bootman, Herb. “View from the South: The Road to Tacoma & Spokane (Gonzaga).” Oct. 79,

            p. 9-12.

      Kilian, Silvia. “White Christmas – A Tribute to Bing Starring Robert Pasch.” Win. 98/99, p. 17.

      “Remembering Bing.” [Review]. [Variety]. Jul. 88, p. 36.

      Santosuosso, Ernie. “PBS Remembers the Man Called ‘the Groaner’.”  [Boston Globe]. Jul. 88, p. 37.

      Scrimger, Mark. “Connecticut Is the Place for Me to Be.” [Bingthings Soc. dinner]. Dec. 91, p. 12-15.

      Soper, Brenda. “Faithful Take Road to Southbury.” [Republican-American]. Dec. 92, p. 46.

      “Two Tributes to Bing Crosby on the 25th Anniversary of His Death.” Win. 02/03, p. 44-45.

      Van Beek, Greg. “Remembering Bing…20 Years Later.” Win. 97/98, p. 41.       

      Voedisch, Lynn. Remembering Bing Paints Loving Portrait.” [Chicago Sun-Times]. Jul. 88, p. 35.

      Wilson, Hobie. “Road to Washington.” Oct. 79, p. 18-20.

TWISS, KEN

      Osborn, Bill. “Memorial to Ken Twiss.” Dec. 94, p. 37.

Rapp, Bart. “Tacoma’s Ken Twiss Was Crooner Crosby’s Biggest, Best Fan.” [Obit.]. [News-

      Tribune]. Jul. 94 p. 48.

See also: BING CROSBY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

 

U

UKULELE IKE

      See: EDWARDS. CLIFTON A.

 

V

VALENTE, CATERINA

      Hawn, Jack. “Whatever Happened to Caterina Valente?” [L.A. newspaper]. Aug. 87, p. 36.

VAN BEEK, GREG

      ”Introducing Our Contributing Editors.” [Picture]. Win. 96/97, p. 19.

VAN HEUSEN, JIMMY

      Holden, Stephen. “Jimmy Van Heusen Is Dead at 77.” [N.Y. Times]. Jul. 90, p. 37.

VIDEO TAPE

      White, Hooper. “Thanks, from Bing.” [Source unknown]. Win. 96/97, p. 36.

VIETNAM WAR

      Cakanic, Pete. “Bing and the Vietnam War.” Dec. 90, p. 38.

VOGT, GORDON

      [Obit.]. Win. 85, p. 4-5.

 

W

WALK OF STARS (Palm Springs, CA).

      Van Beek, Greg. “A Star for Bing?” Sep. 03, p. 22.

WEBSITES ABOUT BING

      “Home on the Web.” Win. 97/98, p. 38-40.

      See also: BING CROSBY INTERNET MUSEUM

WESTWOOD MARCHING AND CHOWDER CLUB

      Scrimger, Mark. “The Westwood Marching and Chowder Club.” Sep. 03, p. 36-39.

WHITE CHRISTMAS” (SONG)

      Boettcher, Alexandra. “The Song Still Continues.” [Ford Times]. Dec. 90, p. 46-47.

      Copp, Jay. “The Best Song Anybody Ever Wrote.” [Elks Mag.]. Win. 02/03, p. 21-23.

      Harrington, Richard. “The Story of ‘White Christmas’.” [Washington Post]. Dec. 87, p. 16.

      Mahoney, Don. “White Christmas Memories.” Dec. 88, p. 27.

      Peary, Gerald. “A Singular Voice.” Dec. 94, p. 30-32.

      Randall, Warren B. “Christmas 1943.” Apr. 81, p. 23.

      Rosen, Jody. “White Christmas.>” [Reviews of the book]. Win. 02/03, p. 50 & 54.

WHITEMAN, PAUL

      Andrews, Marke. “Whiteman’s Big Band Legacy Rearranged.” [Vancouver Sun]. Win. 96/97, p. 37.

      [Letter from Bing to Paul Whiteman]. Apr. 83, p. 10.

      [Letter from Paul Whiteman to Bing]. Apr. 83, p. 11.

      Miller, Morton B. “1930 – The Last Year with Whiteman. Apr. 83, p. 42-49.

      Miller, Morton B. “Whiteman Days – Artists and Characters.” Dec. 86, p. 22-26.

      Paul Whiteman’s Alumni.” [Reprint, source unknown]. Apr. 83, p. 8-9.

      [Salary List for Paul Whiteman’s Orch., 1928]. Win. 95/96, p. 41.

WIGGINS, F. B. (“WIG”)

      [Appointed American Representative for the International Crosby Circle]. Jul. 91, p. 6.

WORLD WAR II ACTIVITIES

      “Fun for 12,000.” [War Loan Show in Kansas City]. [K.C. Times]. Win. 98/99, p. 14-16.

WORLD’S FAIR, 1939

      Tolton, Helen. “Bing at the World’s Fair, 1939.” Dec. 88, p. 28.    

           

 

 

 

       

  

             

                 

 

      AUTHOR INDEX OF BINGANG ARTICLES

                                      1979-2003

 

A

Albanesi, Rena

      “From Bingang’s Files.” [Letters from Bing]. Jul. 88, p. 52.

Andrews, Marke

      “Whiteman’s Big Band Legacy Rearranged.” [Vancouver Sun]. Win. 96/97, p. 37.

Andrews, Patty

      [Greetings from Patty Andrews – Pictures and handwritten notes]. Sum. 97, p. 18.

Associated Press

      “Bing Crosby, 73, Dies in Madrid at Golf Course.” [N.Y. Times]. Jul. 92, p. 30-33.

      “Perry Como Is Dead.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]. Sum. 01, p. 45.

      “Rosemary Clooney Is Dead.” Sum. 02, p. 6-7.

Atkinson, Gord

      “Club Crosby – On the Air.” Sep. 03,  p. 32.

      “Crosby Deserves Same Fame as Sinatra.” [Ottawa Citizen]. Win. 98/99, p. 24.

      “How I Met Bing Crosby.” Dec. 87, p. 17-19.

Atkinson, Terry

      “Bing Crosby, 1903-1977. [Rolling Stone]. Jul. 92, p. 38.

      “From the Bottom of the Bing Crosby Barrel.” [L.A. Times]. Jun. 89, p. 50.

Ault, Bob

      “Bing’s First Record. [“I’ve Got the Girl”]. Jun. 89, p. 15-16.

Austin, Jean

      “Bing’s Favorite Retreat.” [Hayden Lake]. [American Home]. Jul. 95, p. 15-17.

 

B

Bacon, James

      “Bing Crosby Packs Them in at Concert.” [L.A. Herald-Examiner]. Dec. 90, p. 8-9.

Baillie, Charles D.

      “Bing Was a Good Dad.” Sum. 99, p. 49.

      “Holy Cross Cemetery, Bing’s Final Resting Place.” Dec. 91, p. 21-23.

      “The First Concert.” [Music Center]. Dec. 90, p. 6-7.

      Note: Charles Baillie’s CD reviews, “BINGthings,” and other reviews, apeared for several years

            in Bingang.

Barrett, Lincoln

      “Bing, Inc.” [Life]. Dec. 91, p. 31-36.

Barreto, Shaunne

      “The Fabulous Life of Bing Crosby.” [Review of George Carpozi’s book]. Oct. 79, p. 43.

Bauman, Irving

      “Bing Was on the Radio a Lot!”  [Listing of guests]. Apr. 81, p. 33-36.

Benchener, Gail

      “From Bing’s House to Show House.” [Hillsborough]. [S.F. Chronicle]. Includes other clippings.

            Sum. 98, p. 22-24.

      “Home Improvement with the Globe-Trotting Crosbys.” [Hillsborough]. [S.F. Chronicle].

            Sum. 98, p. 27-28.

Bentley, George

      “Will Rogers and Bing As Each Other.” Mar. 80, p. 38-40.

Bickerdyke, Percy

      EvergreenMelodies: A Tribute to Bing Crosby.” [Evergreen]. Dec. 89, p. 38-39.

Boettcher, Alexandra

      “The Song Still Glistens.” [Ford Times]. Dec. 90, p. 46-47.

Bogdanovich, Peter

      “A Conversation with Leo McCarey.” [From his book on McCarey]. Win. 98/99, p. 27-29.

Bootman, Herbert J.

      “A Tribute to Pat Sullivan and Priscilla Koernig on Retirement.” Mar. 80, p. 9.

      “Views from the South: The Road to Tacoma and Spokane. Oct. 79, p. 9-12.

Borton, Brett

      “The Crosby: Alive & Well on Tobacco Road.” [Southern Links]. Jul. 91, p. 40-41.

Bower, Bugs

      “On Assignment with Bing Crosby.” [Sheet Music Mag.]. Sum. 02, p. 54.

Brady, Herb

      “I Remember Bing.” Dec. 87, p. 19.

Brooks, George

      “Graduate’s Gift Was ‘the Grove’.” Dec. 94, p. 24.

Buchwald, Art

      “Going My Own Way.” [Review of Gary Crosby’s book]. Oct. 83, p. 41-42.

Bullock, Bob

      “Tournament Host Eyes Golf Career.” Mar. 79, p. 62.

Burden, Martin

      “C’mon-a Clooney’s House.” [N.Y. Post]. Aug. 88, p. 49.

Burr, Robert, Library Director, Gonzaga University

      [Letter]. Mar. 79, p. 47.

 

C

Cakanic, Pete

      “A Tribute to Bill Osborne.” Win. 96/97, p. 20.

      “Bing and the Vietnam War.” Dec. 90, p. 38.

      “Bing at the Master’s Classic.” Sum. 97, p. 42.

      “Bing, Elvis & Goldmine. Sum. 01, p. 32.

      “Bing-ing Around.” Feature found in many issues of Bingang. Examples: “Bing Cherries,”

            Win. 02/03, p. 40; “Bing Crosby Historical Society,” Aug. 87, p. 33; Articles abpit Gary Giddins’

            Book, Win. 00/01, p. 28; and Win. 01/02, p. 34.

      “Bing-ing Around Gonzaga U.” Sep. 03, p. 19-22; p. 35; p. 40.

      “Collection Donated to Gonzaga U.” [Bill Osborn’s collection]. Sum. 98, p. 10.

      “The Bing Collection at Gonzaga.” Win. 95/96, p. 6-7.

Caldwell, Doug

      “Eddie Lang and the Beginnings of Jazz Guitar.” Dec. 91, p. 37-39.

Carr, Marylea B.

      “One of the ‘Bingang’ Shares Lifetime Collection.” Oct. 79, p. 37-39.

Carroll, Carroll

      Review of Shepherd-Slatzer book. [Letter to Variety]. Oct. 81, p. 20.

Chohlis, John

      “Prime, Choice, and Baloney.” [Chapter on Nevada ranch]. Dec. 92, p. 27-33.

Christy, Marian

      “Kathryn Crosby, Looking Back But Not Moping.” Oct. 79, p. 21-23.

Civil Service Employees Association

      “A Stamp for Bing?” Jun. 89, p. 36.

Clooney, Nick

      “Comparing Crosby, Sinatra.” Sum. 01, p. 44.

      “The Sounds of Christmas.” [AMC Mag.]. Win. 95/96, p. 22-23.

Collins, Michael

      “Messrs. Crosby & Como.” Win. 97/98, p. 6-8.

Coombs, Al

      “Christmas Without Bing – By His Daughter.” Mar. 79, p. 16.

Coopersmith, Lauritz

      “Sincerely Yours.” [Autographs]. Jul. 90, p. 51.

Copp, Jay

      “The Best Song Anybody Ever Wrote.” [Life Mag.]. Win. 02/03, p. 21-23.

Crampton, Michael

      [Letter concerning fan clubs working together for Bing’s sake]. Jul. 90, p. 5.

Crenshaw, James R.

      “On the Record or Off.” [Al Sutton’s collection]. Jan./Jun. 85, p. 36-37.

Crosby, Bing

      “The Kind of Songs I Like to Sing.” [Popular Songs]. Dec. 88, p. 40.

      “The Roles I Liked Best.” Oct. 83, p. 6.

Crosby, Bing, and Crosby, Dixie Lee

      “The Life Story of Bing.” Win. 97/98, p. 16-17.

Crosby, Bob

      “I Hated Being Bing’s Brother.” [Look]. Win. 96/97, p. 29-31.

      “Our Mom, Kate Crosby.” [Sat.Eve.Post]. Jul. 93, p. 13-18.

      “The Intimate Life of Bing Crosby.” [Filmland]. Jul. 93, p. 11-12.

Crosby, Everett

      “Brother Bing.” [Silver Screen]. Jul. 93, p. 8-10.

Crosby, Larry

      “Bing.” [From City of Destiny article]. Oct. 79, p. 13-15.

      “In Defense of Bing.” [Letter to Philadelphia Courier]. Sum. 99, p. 36.

Crosby, Nathaniel

      “Invitation to Clambake.” Mar. 79, p. 63.

      [Letter to Bingang]. Win. 96/97, p. 10.

Crossland, Ken W.

      “Bing and Buddy Cole.” Apr. 83, p. 56-57.

      “Bing and Buddy Cole” (with Russell R. Rullman). Oct. 84, p. 34-35.

      “Bing, Buddy and Friends.” (with Russell R. Rullman). Win. 85, p. 12-16.

      “Bing in Britain.” Apr. 81, p. 9-11; Oct. 81, p. 33-38; Apr. 82, p. 9-11.        

      “Frank Sinatra, 1915-1998.” Win. 98/99, p. 25-26.

      “Ken Crossland Reporting.” Jan./Jun. 85, p. 8-9.

      “Leslie Gaylor, 1921-2000 (with Ernie Sutkowski]. Sum. 00, p. 29.

      “Remembering Al Sutton [and other tributes].” Sum. 00, p. 8.

      “Report on the English Crosby Scene.” Oct. 80, p. 35.

      “Where Was Bing When the Music Started?” Oct. 84, p. 28-34.

Cummings, Milton

      “The Bing Crosby Stadium.” Jul. 94, p. 22.

Currington, David B.

      “Australian Report.” Jul. 88, p. 14; Jun. 89, p. 29; Jul. 90, p. 23.

 

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Daily Variety

      [Review of Charles Thompson book]. Jul. 93, p. 54.

Del Re, Gerard and Patricia

      “One-of-a-Kind Facts.” [From their book]. Win. 99/00, p. 23.

Deutsch, Didler C.

      “Unequalled Style Starring Fred Astaire & Bing Crosby.” [Pulse]. Dec. 89, p. 32.

Dexter, Dave

      “Don’t Write This Story About Me.” [Downbeat]. Dec. 88, p. 31-33.

Di Florio, Anthony III

      “Bing Crosby Back on Television.” [1958-62 Specials]. Win. 95/96, p. 25.

      “Bing Crosby’s Home-Made Ravioli.” Sum. 97, p. 41.

      “State of Pennsylvania Honors Eddie Lang.” Sum. 96/97, p. 25.

      “The Street Singer.” [Arthur Tracy]. [Star Newspapers]. Jul. 91, p. 27.

Dillon, Franc

      “The House That Bing Built.” [1934 article from movie mag.] Dec. 92, p. 21-23.

Dishneau, David

      “Jim Bean Decanters Doomed.” Dec. 93, p. 44.

Donahue, Phil

      “Interview with Perry Como [transcript].” [Today Show]. Oct. 79, p. 51.

Douglas, Karen

      “Solo ‘Sister’ Brings Back Memories.” Lansing State Journal]. Dec. 92, p. 17.

Drewes, Caroline

      “Kathryn Crosby in Her Own Right.” Mar. 79, p. 23.

Duncan, Don

      “Tribute to a Man Who Was Nice to Have Around.” Oct. 79, p. 16-17.

Dunn, Al

      “Crosby Collector Meets Crooner’s Wife.” [West Bend News and Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel].

            Sep. 03, p. 23-24.

Dyke, Lloyd

      “Bing There, Did That – with Crosby.” Dec. 94, p. 17-18.

 

E

Eagle, Don

      “Five Important Turning Points in Bing’s Early Career.” Jun. 89, p. 6-9.

      “I Owe Bob Hope $9.00.” Dec. 90, p. 14-16.

      “Making ‘Connecticut Yankee’ with Bing.” Dec. 89, p. 7-11.

      “Meet Edgie Hogle, Bing Crosby’s First Bob Hope.” Jul. 90, p. 7-9.

      “The Mildred Bailey Story.” Win. 95/96, p. 32-34.

      “Val Hobart, the First Person to Call Harry Crosby Bing.” Jul. 91, p. 19.

Eastman, John

      “Retakes Behind the Scenes of 5 Classic Crosby Movies.” Dec. 94, p. 45-56.

Edwards, Anne

      “Bing Crosby, the Going My Way Star in Rancho Santa Fe.” [Architectural Digest]. Sum. 96,

            p. 37-39.

Endrus, Stace, and Cushman, Robert

      “Hollywood at Your Feet.” [Grauman’s Chinese Theater]. Sum. 96, p. 40-41.

Evans, Philip

      “On the Air for Old Golds – 1929.” Apr. 82, p. 46-50.

 

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Faue, Warren

      “The Tenth Anniversary.” Dec. 87, p. 38-39.

Feather, Leonard

      ”Bing and the Road to Nostalgia.” [L.A. Times]. Dec. 90, p. 7.

Felchner, William J.

      “Dreaming of White Christmas Autographs.” [Autograph Collector]. Jul. 95, p. 25-28.

Finster, J. M.

      “How Bing Crosby Brought You Audiotape.” Invention & Tech.]. Win. 95/96, p. 34-35.

Fidler, James M.

      “Bing Goes Over with a Bang.” [Screen Play Mag.]. Jul. 90, p. 21-22.

      “Bing Crosby – One Year Gone.” Mar. 79, p. 25.

Firth, Pat

      :These Are Your Top 10 Favorite Crosby Discs.” [Based on survey]. Oct. 81, p. 8-11.

Fleshman, Samuel H.

      “A Proud Time.” Win. 99/00, p. 36.

      “A Visit to Gonzaga.” Jul. 92, p. 12.

      “Bing’s Last Recording.” Sum. 98, p. 42.

      “I Met Sweet Leilani.” Win. 00/01, p. 41.

Free, Cathy

      “It’s No Joke; This Bing Crosby Is the Real Thing.” [Bing’s grandson]. [Spokesman Review].

            Jul. 93, p. 27.

Frereault, Jean-Paul

      “A Crosby Exhibit.” Jun. 89, p. 43.

      “A Thing for Bing in a Big, Big Way.” Dec. 91, p. 11.

      “Bing Crosby in Person.” Dec. 90, p. 28-31.

      “Montreal Reports Bing Sightings.” Dec. 93, p. 11.

      “The Romantic Singer of Songs You Love.” [Newspaper ads]. Jul. 90, p. 28-35.

Friedwald, Will

      “Mr. Satch and Mr. Cros.” [Chapter 2 of an upcoming book]. Win. 85, p. 46-58.

Furia, Philip

      “Reaching for the Moon.” [From his book]. Sum. 02, p. 37-38.

 

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Gallegos, Carmel

      “One Dozen for Bing.”  Mar. 79, p. 11.

Garcia, Edwin

      “El Compadre Bing Crosby: The Latin Repertoire.” Part 1, Sum. 00, p. 9-28; Part 2, Win. 00/01,

            p. 9-21; Part 3, Sum. 01, p. 12-24; Part 4, Win. 01/02, p. 22-23; Part 5, Sum. 02, p. 18-29.

            Part 6, Win. 02/03, p. 31-39.

Gaul, Lou

      “Star Quality; a New System for Measuring Actors’ Popularity. Win. 00/01, p. 45.

Geist, Jeff

      “Kathryn Crosby Interviewed on N.Y. Radio.” Win. 96/97, p. 42.

      “Sunday with Bing.” Win. 99/00, p. 36,

Germon, Jeanine

      “A Tribute to Bing.” [Gonzaga U. Bulletin]. Dec. 94, p. 21.

Giddins, Gary

      “Classical Singing: Sinatra, Crosby and Fitzgerald as Objects d’Art.” Jul. 94, p. 45-47.

      “Frank Sinatra, 1915-1998, The Last Crooner.” [Village Voice]. Win. 98/99, p. 22-24.

Gits, Etty

      “Bing’s Pirates (Not the Pittsburgh Pirates).” Dec. 93, p. 40.

Goldmine Magazine

      [Issue featuring Bing, 25 pages]. Dec. 93, p. 52.

      See also: Ruhlman, William

Gomery, Douglas

      “Paramount’s Top Trio.” [From his book]. Sum. 99, p. 35.

Gourse, Leslie

      “Louis’ Children, American Jazz Singers.” [Book excerpt]. Dec. 92, p. 47-48.

Gray, Christopher

      “Once a Rococo Palace.” [N.Y. Times]. Win. 95/96, p. 44.

Gray, Kenneth E.

      “Bing’s EPs. Apr. 83, p. 12-22.

      “Boxed 45 rpm Sets.” Apr. 82, p. 52-61.

Green, Benny

      “Cruise the Crooner.” [Sunday Express]. Dec. 92, p. 36.

Green, Blake

      “Bing’s Songs in a Different Voice.” [Newsday]. Win. 96/97, p. 46.

 

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Hall, Ben M.

      “The ‘Idea’ Idea.” [From book Golden Age of the Movie Palace]. Win. 02/03, p. 48-49.

Hall, Jim

      “Minute-Maid Commercials., 1968-77.” [From Hall’s book]. Sum. 97, p. 21.

Hammond, Gregg

      “Bing’s Is the Voice of Christmas.”

      “Mary Martin, a Tribute.” Dec. 90, p. 39.

      “Mr. Hammond Goes to Washington.” Oct. 80, p. 10-11.

      “Remembering Bing Crosby.” Win. 97/98, p. 27.

      “The Komical Kutups of the Crosbyana Kids, a book review of Gary Crosby’s book, Going My Own

            Way.  Oct. 83, p. 39.

Harasen, Lorne

      “Memories of Bing.” Sum. 00, p. 47.

Harrington, Richard

      “The Story of ‘White Christmas’.” [Washington Post]. Dec. 87, p. 16.

Hawn, Jack

      “Whatever Happened to Caterina Valente?” [L.A. newspaper]. Aug. 87, p 36.

Hayes, Richard

      “Kate and Bing, the Smith-Crosby Connection.” Win. 98/99, p. 18-20.

Henthoff, Nat

      “Jazz; The Swinging Side of Bing.” [Wall St. Journal]. Jul. 90, p. 41.

Hillenbrand, Laura

      “The Dingbustingest Contest You Ever Clapped an Eye on.” [From her book, Seabiscut, An American

            Legend]. Sum. 01, p. 33-37.

Hinckley, David

      “Let’s Hear It for, and by, the Boys.” [N.Y. Daily News]. Dec. 93, p. 45.

      “The Melody Lingers.” [N.Y. Daily News]. Dec. 87, p. 40-41.

Holden, Stephen

      “Jimmy Heusen Is Dead at 77.” [N.Y. Times]. Jul. 90, p. 17.

Hollow, Henry J.

      “Bing Plus or Minus Buddy Cole.” Oct. 80, p. 32-34.

       “Columbia’s Potatoheads in Australia.” Apr. 82, p. 44-45.

Hommes, Ineke

      “A Word from Holland.” Apr. 82, p. 62-63.

Hope, Bob

      “A Long ‘Road’.”  [Published after Bing’s death]. Dec. 92, p. 42.

      “My Personal Tribute to Bing.” [Published after Bing’s death]. Sum. 97, p. 34.

      “Remembering Bing.” [KCET (Los Angeles) Program Guide]. Dec. 88, p. 34.

Horning, Jay

      “After 50 Years, Joan Caulfield Has No Plans to Quit Acting.” Jul. 91, p. 18.

Hounsel, John D.

      “Bing Crosby’s Roots.” [National Enquirer]. Jul. 89, p. 39-40.

Hunt, Bill

      “An Open Letter.” Mar. 79, p. 58-61.

      “Come to the Stable.” [Pictures found at Everett Crosby home]. Jul. 93, p. 19-26.

Huntoon, Perry

      “Bing at Hofstra.” Win. 02/03, p. 13-20.

 

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Jacobs, Jody

      “Bing’s Butler [Alan Fisher] Not Impressed.” Mar. 79, p. 18-19.

Johnson, Jimmy

      “The Golfing Crosby.” Oct. 79, p. 26.

Joyce, Mike

      “Voice of the Century.” [Washington Post]. Jul. 94, p. 49.

 

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Kapp, Mickey

      “Memories of Bing at Decca.” Win. 97/98, p. 21-22.

Keate, Stuart

      “Which Was the True Face?” [Review of Shepherd/Slatzer book]. Oct. 81, p. 7.

      “Going My Own Way.” [Review of Gary Crosby’s book]. Oct. 83, p. 40-41.

Keller, Martin

      “The Bing Thing.” [Arne Fogel radio show]. [Twin Cities Reader]. Jul. 90, p. 42.

Kendrick, Barnard

      “A Clue from Bing Crosby.” [Ellery Queen Mystery Mag.]. Win. 97/98, p. 33.

Key, Karen

      “Crosby Estate Joins Home Tour.” [Hillsborough]. [San Mateo County Times]. Win. 97/98, p. 18.

Kilian, Silvia

      “White Christmas – A Tribute to Bing Starring Robert Pasch.” Win. 98/99, p. 17.

King, Susan

      Bingle Bells, Bingle Bells.” [L.A. Times]. Win. 95/96, p. 26-27.

Klockow, Jim

      “Gonzaga’s Awash in Memories of Bing.” [Associated Press]. Dec. 93, p. 25.

Koernig, Priscilla J.

      “A Celebration of Bing’s Life.” Sep. 03, p. 8-11.

      “A Crosby Christmas Home Tour.” [Hillsborough]. Win. 01/02, p. 44-45.

      “On the ‘Road’ to Bing’s House.” [Hillsborough]. Sum. 98, p. 29.

      “On the Road with Memories of Bing.” Sum. 96, p. 7-10.

      “Patricia Evelyn Sullivan, 1934-1999.” Win. 99/00, p. 6.

Koops, Tonny

      “The Old Man on the Plane.” Win. 98/99, p. 39.

Kreuger, Miles

      “Bing on Broadway, 1927-1928.” [Films in Review]. Jul. 91, p. 8-9.

Kurnitz, Harry

      “Crosby Moves in ‘High Society’.” Jul. 84, p. 43-44.

 

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Original ca 1950 Photo Bing Crosby Happy in Wilderness w String of Fish.jpgLevine, Howard

      Bing: His Appearance in three World War 2 Propaganda Films.” Oct. 80, p. 44-46.

Lewis, Steven

      “A Bing Crosby Crossword Puzzle.” Jul. 95, p. 29; Solution p. 46.

      “A Letter to the Stamp Committee.” Jul. 94, p. 39.

      [Announcement of his website]. Sum. 96, p. 36.

      “1954: End of the Crosby Era.” Dec. 90, p. 10-11.

      “The Marketing of Bing.” Sum. 00, p. 34-35.

      “The Swooner vs. the Crooner.” Jun. 89, p. 34-35.

Life Magazine

      “100 Most Influential Americans.” Dec. 90, p. 48.

Lobosco, David

      “A Year in the Life of Bing Crosby, 1936.” Win. 96/97, p. 28.

      “Almost Starring Bing.” Jul. 95, p. 14.

      “Bing and Connee: That’s A-Plenty.” Win. 97/98, p. 14-15.

      “Bing at MGM.” Dec. 92, p. 50.

      “Bing Crosby Duets.” Dec. 94, p. 38-39.

      “Bing Crosby: The Final Chapter.” Dec. 93, p. 20-21.

      “Bing in the Sixties.” Jul. 94, p. 21.

      “Remembering Bob Crosby.” Jul. 93, p. 6.

      “Remembering Club Crosby.” Sep. 03, p. 33-34.

      “Remembering Dorothy Lamour.” Win. 96/97, p. 12-13.

      “Remembering Gary Crosby.” Win. 95/96, p. 12.

      “Songs I Wish Bing Had Sung.” Win. 97/98, p. 35.

      “The Betty Hutton Story.” Win. 98/99, p. 10-12.

      “The Dramatic Side of Bing Crosby.” [With Crissi Newton]. Sum. 99, p. 12-13.

      “The Marjorie Reynolds Story.” Sum. 01, p. 29-30.

      “The Human Side of Bing Crosby.” Win. 01/02, p. 46.

      “The Inger Stevens Story.” Win. 99/00, p. 24-25.

      “The Joan Caulfield Story.” Sum. 00, p. 39-40.

      “The Mary Carlisle Story.” Win. 02/03, p. 42-43.

      “The Shirley Ross Story.” Sum. 98, p. 18-19.

      See also: MOVIES – [Individual titles as grouped under this heading].

Lomoriello, Gene

      “Hyde Park Station Keeps Memories of Bing Crosby Alive.” [Taconic Newspapers]. Jul. 95, p. 4.

London Times

      “1000 Makers of the Twentieth Century.” Dec. 91, p. 51.

Long, H. W. Shirley

      “This Bing Boy.” [Popular Music]. Oct. 80, p. 48.

Los Angeles Examiner

      “Bing Crosby Decides to End Film, TV Career.” [Reproduction of front page of Nov. 4,

            1955]. Jul. 93, p. 43.

 

M

Macfarlane, Malcolm

      “My City by the Bay.” [Crosby Collector]. Win. 95/96, p. 21.

      “Plans Being Finalized for Birthday Celebration.” Sum. 02, p. 41.

Machliss, Bob

      [Notice of discontinuance of The Crosby Voice]. Dec. 90, p. 5.

Mackarino, David

      “Bing’s Microgroove Millions.” Jun. 89, p. 42.

Mad Magazine

      “Going My Way” and “Going Way Out.” Jul. 91, p. 34-39.

Mahoney, Don

      “Bing in England.” Jan. 89, p. 24-25.

      “Christmas Memories.” Oct. 84, p. 26-27.

      “Remembering Some Old Friends.” Jul. 88, p. 38.

      “White Christmas Memories.” Dec. 88, p. 27.

Marshall, Denis

      [Letter describing problems of the Bing Crosby Historical Society]. Jul. 90, p. 6.

Marston, Alan

      “That’s What I Like About Phil Harris.” Mar. 80, p. 12-13.

Martin, Pete

      “Bing Crosby Calls on Me.” [Book, Pete Martin Calls on…” Win. 95/96, p. 13-20.

Martin, Wayne L.

[Alphabetical list of V-Discs offered to members]. Win. 98/99, p. 5. Note: This list was later

       published in Bing magazine and on the B.C. Internet Museum.

“Alphabetical Listing Post-Decca Records.” [With numerical listing at end of the article]. Win. 85,

      p. 19-40.

“Alternate Bing Crosby.” [Review of Colin Pugh’s book]. June 89, p. 45.

“Bing’s Black Label Deccas, 18000-19000 Series.” Oct. 81, p. 13-19.

“Bing’s Black Label Deccas, Personalities Series.” Oct. 82, p. 8-17.

“Bing’s Blue Label Deccas.” Mar. 80, p. 24-30.

“Bing’s Brunswicks.” Oct. 80, p. 16-26.

“Bing’s Decca LP’s, a Numerical Listing.” Jan./Jun. 85, p. 29-35,

“Bing’s Decca Records, Collectors Series and Miscellaneous.” Oct. 87, p. 23-31.

“Bing’s EP’s.” Apr. 83, p. 12-22.

“Boxed 45 rpm Sets.” Apr. 82, p. 52-61.

“Charlie Baillie, 1918-2002.” Win. 02/03, p. 51.

“Crosby Records Before Brunswick.” Apr. 81, p.11-20.

“Decca’s Personality Series, 27/30000 and 38000. Apr. 84, p. 55-62.

“Discography Update.” [Additions, corrections]. Aug. 87, p. 41-43.

“Farewell Editorial.” Sep. 03, p. 7.

“Index Available.” [Alphabetical discography for sale.’ Win. 98/99, p. 5.

“Irving Berlin Songs Recorded by Bing Crosby.” Dec. 89, p. 26.

“New Books Available.” [Review of Michael Freedland’s book]. Sum. 99, p. 29.

“The Decca Era – An Index and LP Listing.” Oct. 84, p. 10-24.

“We Are Sixty.” [Editorial]. Sum. 96, p. 5.

McCusker, James W.

      “I Saw Bing in Person.” Sum. 99, p. 37.

McDonough, John

      “Sighs and Whispers.” Jul. 94, p. 50.

McGuigan, Cathleen

      “Memories Are Made of This.” [Newsweek]. Apr. 84, p. 33.

McGuire, Ann

      “The Road to Success.” [American Movie Classics]. Dec. 92, p. 40-41.

McKaie, Andy

      [Letter from MCA]. Dec. 89, p. 32. 

McNally, Owen

      Frankly, It Was Love.” [Hartford CT Courant]. Win. 98-99, p. 26.

McQuade, Martin

      “Kathryn Crosby Appears on the Today Show.” Sep. 03, p. 28-29.

Michaud, Paul R.

      “In Search of Little Boy Lost.” Win. 01/02, p. 6-11.

Miller, Bill

      “Getting to Know Dottie [Lamour].” [Autograph Collector]. Win. 96/97, p. 14.

Miller, Morton B.

      “Bill Challis – Whiteman’s Finest Arranger.” Apr. 83, p. 5-7.

      Éxtraordinary Song Stylist of the 1920’s.” [Ukulele Ike]. Oct. 80, p. 31.

      “Jack Fulton Recalls His Own Remarkable Career and Those Friends Who Made Musical History.

            Jan./Jun. 86, p. 19-24.

      “1930 – The Last Year with Whiteman.” Apr. 83, p. 42-49.

      “The Early Whiteman Years, 1926-1928.” Apr. 82, p. 18-43; Part 2, Oct. 82, p. 19-30.

      “The Red McKenzie Story.” Mar. 80, p. 15-16.

      “Whiteman Days – Artists and Characters.” Dec. 86, p. 22-26.

Miller, Ron

      “Just Bing Crosby Clips Aren’t Enough for Show.” Mar. 79, p. 5.

M’Lemore, Henry

      “Brother Bob Reports Bing Did “Nicest Thing for Him.” Jul. 92, p. 41.

Montalto, Mary L.

      “More About Bing and Frank.” Sum. 99, p. 34.

Mook, S. R.

      “Bing Crosby’s Family Life.” Jul. 93, p. 28-34.

Morgereth, Timothy A.

      Bingthings…Out of the Blue.” Jul. 88, p. 21-22.

Morris, Joe Alex

      “The Blue of the Night.” [From Morris’ book, What a Year]. Sum. 97, p. 15-17.

Morrow, Bill

      “Road to the Moon.” [Synopsis for film never made]. Win. 99/00, p. 8-14.

Motion Picture Relief Fund

      [1949 Award]. Sum. 98, p. 52.

Movie Comics

      “East Side of Heaven.” Dec. 92, p. 37-39.

Murphy, Father Robert

      “My Friend Bing Crosby.” Sum. 96, p. 22-26.

Murphy, Kevin

      “B-B-Bing!” [Webster-Kirkwood Times]. Win. 98/99, p. 37-39.

Murray, Jim

      “A Little Music Would Not Hurt Del Mar.” Dec. 89, p. 30.

      “Bing’s Concept Not Half Baked.” Win. 96/97, p. 17.

      “Bing’s Gone, But His Clambake Lives O.” Mar. 80, p. 11.

 

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Nachman, Gerald

      “Beat It.” [S.F. Chronicle]. Win. 85, p. 41.

      “Christmas Card.” [S.F. Chronicle]. Apr. 84, p. 47.

Nathan, George Jean

      “Nellie Bly – a Record and an Interpretation.” Sum. 01, p. 49-50.

Naylor, Shirley

      “A Tribute to Gary Crosby.” Win. 95/96, p. 11-12.

      “Shirley Naylor Report.” Jul. 92, p. 39-40.

      “Shirley Sees the U.S.A.” Oct. 80, p. 8-9.

Newmark, Judith

      “Berlin’s Music Gives White Christmas an Advantage. [St. Louis stage production of the movie – and

            other articles on this event]. Win. 00/01, p. 31-35.

Newton, Crissi

      “Great Grandfather Bing.” Sep. 03, p. 26.

      “The Dramatic Side of Bing Crosby.” [With David Lobosco]. Sum. 99, p. 12-13.

Nickell, Joe

      “The Shroud of Crosby.” [Popular Photography]. Win. 97/98, p. 34.

Nowlan, Robert and Gwendolyn

      [Excerpt from Movie Characters of Leading Performers of the Sound Era]. Dec. 93, p. 18-19.

 

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O’Brien, Jack

      “Bing in a Mellow Mood.” {Paterson News]. Jul. 92, p. 35.

O’Connell, Sheldon

      “Bing Crosby Through Handwriting Analysis.” Dec. 88, p. 26.

O’Connor, John

      “Bing Crosby’s 2 Lives in Public and in Private.” N.Y. Times]. [Reviews the Miller and Graves

            TV biographies]. Dec. 93, p. 53.

O’Donnell, Dick

      “Bing-O.” [Trivia quiz on 10th anniversary of Bing’s death]. Milwaukee Journal]. Jul. 88, p. 49-50.

Oliver, Myrna

      “Carroll Carroll, Writer Shaped Crosby Style.” [L.A. Times]. Jul. 91, p. 33.

Osborne, Bill

      “Memorial to Ken Twiss.” Dec. 94, p. 37.

Osterholm, J. Roger

      “Bing Crosby – the Voice of the Century.” Sum. 01, p. 46-47.

Oye, Jon

      “Ogilvy & Mather/Chicago Displaying Employees’ Art.” Sep. 03, p. 29.

 

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Paikoff, Herman

      “The American Record Corporation.” [New Amberola Graphic]. Dec. 92, p. 51.

Parkinson, Keith

      “Almost Starring Bing.” Apr. 81, p. 21-22.

      “Cartoons Remembered.” Oct. 80, p. 39.

Parshall, Gerald

      “Bing and the King.” [U.S. News]. Sum. 99, p. 30-32.

Parsons, O. L.

      “Sculptor’s Hands Make Crosby Memorial a Reality.” Mar. 79, p. 48-52.

Pasch, Robert

      “A Dream Trip to the 1996 Crosby Tournament.” Win. 96/97, p. 6-9.

      “My Memories of the 50th Bing Crosby Golf Tournament.” Dec. 91, p. 16-19.

      “The Birthday Celebration at Gonzaga.” Sep. 03, p. 25-26.

      “The Crosby Golf Tournament.” Win. 01/02, p. 38-39.

Paterson, Girvan

      Who Sold the Most Records?” Jul. 93, p. 50.

Paul, Les

      “Les Paul Talks About Tape.” Win. 96/97, p. 44.

Pawlak, Jim

      “Bing Knew: Knowledge Is Power in His Movies.” [Palm Beach Post]. Sum. 98, p. 34.

Pearce, Brian

      “What’s Up, Bing?” Jul. 92, p. 13.

Pearson, Richard

      [Letters to and from MCA about issue of Bing’s recordings].  Jan./Jun. 85, p. 42-43.

      “Our Visit to Hillsborough.” Sum. 98, p. 30.

Peary, Gerald

      “A Singular Voice.” Dec. 94, p. 30-32.

Perkins, Bob

      “Bing’s EP’s. Apr. 83, p. 12-22.

Petersen, Linda

      “Bing Crosby Lifefile.” [Biography Magazine]. Sep. 03, p. 41.

Peterson, Marva

      “House of Memories.” [Holmby Hills house]. Dec. 93, p. 28-32.

Petrie, Ellen

      “Nick’s Pipe Dream Comes True.” Oct. 79, p. 7.

Pressler, Dieter

      “BBCC 2003.” Sum. 01, p. 32.

Pugh, Colin

      “Alternate Takes.” Mar. 79, p. 4-5, 8.

 

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Raddatz, Leslie

      “Mellow Is His Middle Name.” [TV Guide]. Jul. 92, p. 44-45.

Randall, Warren B.

      “Christmas 1943.” Apr. 81, p. 23.

Rapp, Bart

      “Tacoma’s Ken Twiss Was Crooner Crosby’s Biggest, Best Fan.” [Obit.]. [News-Tribune]. Jul. 94,

            p. 48.

Rasmussen, Cecilia

      “A Crooner’s Interrupted Melody. [L.A. Times]. Win. 96/97, p. 45.    

Real Life Comics

      “Bing Crosby.” Oct. 91, p. 35-39.

Reed, Dena

      “Big News About Bing.” [Screen Book Mag.]. Dec. 90, p. 40-41.

Rich, Phil

      “So Tired, But It’s the Old Bing.” [Argus]. Sum. 97, p. 12.   

Robinson, Jeffrey

      “”Hope, Crosby, Lamour.” Jul. 92, p. 14-20.

Rogers, Arnold L.

      “Bing Crosby’s Million-Selling Singles.” [Yesterday]. Dec. 89, p. 21-23.

Rosen, Jody

      “White Christmas.” [Reviews of his book]. Win. 02/03, p. 50 & 54.

Rosenbaum, Art

      “The Sleeper in the Van.” [S. F. Chronicle]. Oct. 79, p. 27.

Roth, Lars

      “Bing’s Oslo Appearance.” Win. 85, p. 10-11.

Ruhlmann, William

      Swingin’ on a Star, The Road to Bing Crosby.”  [Goldmine Mag.]. Pt. 1, Jul. 94, p. 6-15; Pt. 2,

            Dec. 94, p. 6-15; Pt. 3, Jul. 95, p. 6-14.

      “The Goldmine Story.” [Text of speech]. Dec. 94, p. 16-17.

Rullman, Russ

      “The Crosby/Clooney Show.” Pt. 1, Aug. 87, p. 18-19; Pt. 2, Dec. 87, p. 21-26.

      “The Ford Radio Show.” Pt. 1, Jul. 88, p. 15-20; Pt. 2, Dec. 88, p. 13-16.

Ryon, Ruth

      “Hot Property.” [Toluca Lake house]. Sum. 97, p. 26.

 

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May 1945.jpgSalisbury, John

      “The Crosby Years.” [Review of Ken Barnes’ book]. Apr. 81, p. 7.

      “The Crosby Years.” Apr. 82, p. 64.

Saltzman, JoeB

      “On the Video Road with Bing and Bob.” Jun. 89, p. 44.

Sanford, Herb

      “Amateur Swing Contest.” [From Tommy and Jimmy, the Dorsey Years]. Win. 96/97, p. 19.

Santosuosso, Ernie

      “PBS Remembers the Man Called ‘the Groaner’.” [Boston Globe]. Jul. 88, p. 37.

Sarris, Andrew

      “Bing, Elvis, and the Missing Link.” [Village Voice]. Jul. 92, p. 36-37.

Schmid, Judy

      “Celebrate the Talent of Bing Crosby.” Win. 02/03, p. 47.

Schwerin, Mark

      “Crooner Crosby Stars in Collection.” [Battle Creek Enquirer]. Win. 98/99, p. 36-37.

Scott, Vernon

      “Mary Crosby Is Determined.” Oct. 79, p. 28.

      “Show Goes On Without Bing.” Mar. 79, p. 14.

Scrimger, Mark

      ”A Handwritten Letter from Your Friend [to Dirk Crabbe].” Dec. 88, p. 7-13.

      “A New Discographical Find. [Musician’s union reports]. Jun. 89, p. 17-21.

      “An Intimate Tour of Bing’s Hometown, Spokane.” Apr. 84, p. 7-30.

      “And the Winner Is…” Sum. 01, p. 25-28.

      “Bing at Battle Creek.” [Willard Library display]. Win. 96/97, p. 39.

      “Bing Backs the Attack in World War II.” Win. 98/99, p. 14-16.

      “Bing, Bix and the King of Jazz.” Sum. 97, p. 32-33.

      “Bing Crosby and Sons.” Win. 01/02, p. 40-41.

      “Bing Crosby at the Paramount.” Dec. 91, p. 24-29.

      “Bing Crosby Linked to Music Murderer.” Sum. 98, p. 36-38.

      “Bing Crosby Sheet Music from the Ellington-Arnheim Era.” Dec. 94, p. 34-36.

      “Bing Crosby Sheet Music from the Paul Whiteman Era.” Dec. 93, p. 12-17.

      “Bing Is on the Air.” [Current radio shows featuring Bing]. Jul. 90, p. 36.

      “Bing – The Critic’s Choice.”  Jan./Jun. 85, p. 25.

      “Bing’s First Recording Session; the Rest of the Story.” Sum. 98, p. 40.

      “Bing’s Golden Records.” Win. 00/01, p. 37-40.

      “Bing’s Road to Stardom.” Sum. 97, p. 6-11.

      “Bing’s Sheet Music; A Partial Accounting.” Oct. 79, p. 56-66.

      “Connecticut Is the Place for Me to Be.” [Bingthings Society dinner]. Dec. 91, p. 12-15.

      “Conversation with Maxene Andrews.” Dec. 92, p. 7-12.

      “Crooner Crosby’s Debut Disc.” Sum. 01, p. 42.

      “Don Clark Photo Album.” Win. 97/98, p. 10.

      “Gary Giddins’ Long-Awaited Bing Biography a Masterpiece.” Win. 00/01, p. 30.

      “Gus Edwards Photo Album.” Win. 97/98, p. 11.

      “’Hairy’ Lillis Crosby.” Sum. 01, p. 40-41.

      “I Haven’t Time to be a Millionaire.” [Letter from Bing’s tax attorney]. Win. 00/01, p. 22-25.

      “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas (Pressbook).” Jul. 95, p. 18-22.

      “It’s Binkie! It’s Binkie Come Back.” Win. 98/99, p. 21.

      “Just a Bundle of Old Bing Letters.” Aug. 87, p. 7-12.

      “Just One More Chance.” [Brunswick recordings]. Win. 95/96, p. 30-31.

      “Let’s Try Again.” [Sheet music with variant covers]. Jul. 90, p. 44-45.

      [Letter read to attendees of Gonzaga celebration]. Sep. 03, p. 27.

      “Look for the Crosby Label.” Dec. 92, p. 24-25.

      Maxene Andrews.” [Sheet music with Andrews Sisters and Bing]. Dec. 92, p. 13-16.

      Maxene Andrews, a Most Gracious Lady.” Dec. 92, p. 13-16.

      “Midwest Summit.” [Meeting of M. Scrimger and W. Martin]. Win. 00/01, p. 36.

      “More Crosby Correspondence.” Pt. 1, Dec. 87, p. 27-30; Pt. 2, Dec. 88, p. 17; Pt. 3, Jun. 89,

            p. 22-23; Pt. 4, Jul. 90, p. 10-12; Pt. 5, Dec. 90, p. 19-21.

      “My Mother-in-Law.” [Marilee Stankowski’s collection of sheet music]. Dec. 93, p. 26-27.

      “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” Dec. 87, p. 7-13; Jun. 89, p. 10-14.

      “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” [Pictures of Bing recording]. Dec. 88, p. 20-25.

      “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” [Kraft Music Hall].  Jul.. 88, p. 23-27.

      “1955 Decca Interview Record.” Sum. 02, p. 39-40; Win. 02/03, p. 46.

      “Now Showing: Bing’s Movies in Small-Town Americ.” Jul. 92, p. 21-23.

      “Photo Album.” [Montmartre Club, where Bing and Dixie Lee first met]. Win. 97/98, p. 12.

      “Remembering Dixie Lee Crosby.” Win. 02/03, p. 24-30.

      “Say It with Music.” Sum. 99, p. 14-15.

      “Shadow Music; Songs from Bing’s Movies.” Apr. 83, p. 23-41.

      “Songs by Crosby.” [Sheet music]. Jul. 91, p. 10-15.

      “Straight from the Heart of Dixie.” Sum. 02, p. 8-10.

      “Television Scrapbook, Bing Crosby Show, 1964-65. Sum. 97, p. 20.

      “The Art of Elocution.” [Literary selections Bing used]. Sum. 00, p. 30-33.

      “The Crosby Bermuda Run.” Dec. 88, p. 7-12.

      “The Definitive Version.” [Sheet music]. Sum. 98, p. 12-17.

      “The Edsel Show.” Win. 01/02, p. 17-21.

      “The Rest of the Story.” Jul. 92, p. 8-11.

      “The Westwood Marching and Chowder Club.” Sep. 03, p. 36-39.

      “Then and Now – Bing’s Toluca Lake Home.” Win. 99/00, p. 33-35.

      “Three Movies Bing Didn’t Want Made.” Win. 97/98, p. 23-25.

      “Two Accounts of Bing’s Investment.” Sum. 02, p. 31-33.

      “When Day Is Done.” [Tribute to Al Sutton]. Sum. 00, p. 6-7.

      “Who Was It Said ‘Revenge Is Sweet’?” Sep. 03, p. 47.

      “Would You Buy a Used Car from This Man?” Win. 96/97, p. 47.

      “You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Yet!” [Jolson and Crosby]. Jul. 94, p. 40-41.

      “Young Bing on Sheet Music, 1931-1933.” Dec. 90, p. 32-35.

      “Your 1936 Hit Parade [and] Your 1946 Flop Parade.” Sum. 96, p. 30-34.

      See also: COLLECTORS AND COLLECTING in the Subject Index for many articles on the

            Subject by Mark Scrimger.

Segol, Jeff

      “Golden Oldies Melodie Hobby for Nice (CA) Man.” Apr. 84, p. 31-32.

Seldes, Gilbert

      “The Incomparable Bing.” [Big Book of Irish-American History]. Jul. 91, p. 43-44.

Shales, Tom

      “Legends: Remembering America’s Greatest Stars.” Dec. 990, p. 44-45.

Sher, Jack

      “Bing and His Pirates.” [Photoplay]. Jul. 92, p. 46-47.

Shirley, Bill

      “It Started with a Bing.” [Del Mar Race Track]. [L.A. Times]. Win. 85, p. 59-63.

Shirley, Lois

      “I Surrender, Dear.” [1932 movie magazine]. Dec. 89, p. 35-36.

Shull, Richard K.

      “One More Time with Bing.” Mar. 79, p. 13.

Simon, George T.

      “The Story of Mississippi Mud.” [Big Bands Songbook]. Dec. 91, p. 45.

Simons, Judith

      “”Harry Is My Name.” [Bing’s son]. Oct. 79, p. 24.

Slackman, Michael

      “The Story of a Singer.” [Newsday]. Jun. 89, p. 37.

Smith, H. Allen

      “Bing – King of the Groaners.” [Sat. Eve. Post]. Jul. 93, p. 30-39.

      “Of Bananas and Crosbys.” [Life in a Putty Knife Factory]. Dec. 94, p. 40-43.

Smith, Karen

      “Bing’s Star Skill Still Shines 8 Years After Crooner’s Death.” [Louisville Times]. Win. 85, p. 45.

Smith, Richard D.

      “A Permanent Sentimental Journey.” [Hillsborough NJ Beacon]. Aug. 87, p. 20.

Smith, Robert

      “Bing Crosby’s Son – Why He Killed Himself Just Before Christmas.” [National Enquirer].

            Jul. 90, p. 54.

Soltan, Mark

      “Stars and Swipes at Pebble Beach.” [Golf Journal]. Sum. 97, p. 40.

Soper, Brenda

      “Faithful Take Road to Southbury.” [Republican American]. Dec. 92, p. 46.

Souther, Jack

      “Bing’s EPs.” Apr. 83, p. 12-22.

Sowa, Tom

      “Bing Crosby’s Fans Wanted Stamp of Their Own.” [Spokesman Rev.] Dec. 94, p. 23.

Spander, Art

      “Crosby Took Golf on the Road to Success.” [Sporting News]. Jul. 88, p. 41.

      “Young Crosby Isn’t Coasting.” Mar. 79, p. 64-65.

Steger, Pat

      “Social Scene.” [Nathaniel Crosby]. Mar. 79, p. 62.

Stevens, Gary

      ”A Lifetime of Memories…of Bing Crosby.” Sum. 98, p. 6-10.

Stimson, William

      “Bing, We Hardly Knew Ye.” [Pacific Northwest Mag.]. Jul. 88, p. 32-34.

      “Bing Crosby, the Road to Hollywood.” [Spokane Mag.]. Jul. 88, p. 28-31.

Sublett, Scott

      “Bing Crosby, the Singer and the Success Story.” [Washington Post]. Dec. 87, p. 42.

Sullivan, Patricia

      “Kathryn Crosby Fan Club.” Mar. 79, p. 61.

Sutkowski, Ernest H.

      “An Open Letter to MCA.”  Dec. 89, p. 32.

      “Lester Gaylor, 1921-2000 (with Ken Crossland]. Sum. 00, p. 29.

Sutton, Al

      “Bing’s Sheet Music; a Partial Accounting.” Oct. 79, p. 56-66.

        “Herbert J. Bootman, 1918-1980. Oct. 80, p. 4.

      “Now Is the Time.” Oct. 84, p. 8-9.

      [Review of Lawrence Zwisohn book]. Mar. 79, p. 76-79.

      “See You in the Funny Papers.” Jul. 90, p. 14-20.

      “That Awful Book.” [Review of Shepherd/Slatzer book]. Oct. 81, p. 5-6.

      “The Editor in Orbit.” [Review of Gary Crosby’s book]. Apr. 83, p. 2.

      “The Editor in Orbit.” [Review of Kathryn Crosby’s book]. Apr. 83, p. 2.

      “The Fabulous Life of Bing Crosby.” [Review of George Carpozi’s book]. Dec. 79, p 45-46.

      See also: WILLSOHN, MERRIL

Sutton, Robert

      “Your Editor, My Father.” [Al Sutton]. Win. 00/01, p. 41.

Svanevik, Michael

      Inglemania Sweeps the Peninsula.” [Hillsborough]. [San Mateo Weekly]. Sum. 98, p. 25-26.

 

T

Taylor, Vernon Wesley

      “Burt McMurtrie of Tacoma, WA.” Mar. 79, p. 26-27.

      “Carroll Carroll, an Appreciation.” Dec. 90, p. 12-13.

      “Kenny Allen Remembers Cocoanut Grove Days.” Mar. 80, p. 19-23.

      “The Open Heart Open 1979..” Oct. 79, p. 32-35.

Thomas, Bob

      “A Mellow Crosby Close to Tears at Big Ovation.” [Associated Press]. Dec. 90, p. 9.

      “Pal Remembers Crosby on Burial Anniversary.” Mar. 79, p. 10.

Thompson, Frank

      White Christmas [Rosemary Clooney].” [Pulse]. Jul. 95, p. 23-24.

Tianen, Dave

      “Irish Fest Center Assembling Crosby Collection.” [Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel]. Sum. 99, p. 34.

Tolton, Helen

      “Bing and Bob Versus the Shipyard Champs.” Jun. 89, p. 26-28.

      “Bing at the World’s Fair, 1939.” Dec. 88, p. 28.

      “Can You Top This?” [Reprint from 1951 Bingang]. Sum. 96, p. 14-15.

      “More Crosby Correspondence.” [Re: The Country Girl]. Jul. 88, p. 39-40.

Tracy, Arthur

      “A Letter from the Street Singer.” Jul. 91, p. 28-29.

TV Guide

      “Bing Chosen by TV Guide.” [TV’s Greatest Musical Moments]. Sum. 89, p. 20.

 

V

Van Beek, Greg

      “A Bundle of Old Bing Letters, Part 2.” Sum. 02, p. 12-15.

      “A Conversation with Bob Thompson.” Win. 99/00, p. 28-32.

      “A Report from Milwaukee’s Irish Fest.” Win. 99/00, p. 39.

      “A Star for Bing?” Sep. 03, p. 22.

      “A Tribute to Ella.” Win. 96/97, p. 23.

      “A Tribute to Frank Murphy.” [Obit.]. Dec. 89, p. 15.

      “A Visit to the Milwaukee Irish Music Archives.” Win. 99/00, p. 37-38.

      “An Honor for Victor Borge – and Bing.” Sum. 60, p. 38.

      “Bing and Al [Jolson], the World’s Greatest Entertainers.” Dec. 91, p. 6-10.

      “Bing and His Cars.” [DeSoto ad]. Dec. 91, p. 48.

      “Bing and His Cars.” [Oldsmobile ad]. Jul. 92, p. 26-27.

      “Bing and Judy Garland, “The Happy Wake-Up Pair.” Dec. 93, p. 7-10

      “Bing and Peggy Lee.” Sum. 98, p. 20-21.

      “Bing and the New Nashville Sound.” Jul. 95, p. 45-46.

      “Bing Crosby: The Final Chapter.” Dec. 93, p. 20-21.

      “Bing Crosby – The Final Round.” Sum. 01, p. 6-11.

      “Bing Is Still on the Air.” Sum. 02, p. 34-36; Continuation, Win. 02/03, p. 46,

      “Flying Home with Ronnie Paul on KAAT.” Win. 01/02, p. 37.

      “In Memory of George Burns and His Work with Bing Crosby.” Sum. 96, p. 27-28.

      “Is There Anyone Finer…? [Mills Brothers]. Sum. 97, p. 24-25.

      “It’s Philco Radio Time.” Jun. 89, p. 32-33.

      “Memories of Two Good Friends, Dean Martin and Bing Crosby.” Sum. 96, p. 28-29.

      “My Employer – Bing Crosby.” Win. 96/97, p. 21-22.

      “Nick Perito Remembers Bing.” Sum. 97, p. 31.

      Ol’ Blue Eyes and the Ol’ Groaner.” Jul. 94, p. 18-20.

      “One for the Road; A Tribute to Dorothy Lamour.” Win. 96/97, p. 11-12.

      “Remembering Bing…20 Years Later.” Win. 97/98, p. 41.

      “Rosie & Bing; An Appreciation.” Sum. 99, p. 6-11.

      “Sandy Licht’s Road to Las Cruces.” Win. 00/01, p. 6-8.

      “Son of Sampler.” [Liner notes by Bing]. Win. 97/98, p. 13.

      “Straight Down the Middle.” Sum. 99, p. 21.

      “Swing with Bing – in Rice Lake,WI.” Win. 01/02, p. 12-16.

      “The Hofstra Experience.” Win. 02/03, p. 6-12.

      “The Two Mr. C’s.” Sum. 97, p. 13-14.

      “Thoroughly Modern Bing.” Jul. 91, p. 25-26.

      “Wisconsin Celebrates Bing Crosby’s Centennial.” Sep. 03, p. 12-18.

      “Wonderful Memories with Karolyn Grimes.” Win. 98/99, p. 6-9.

      “Work Is Fun…With the Philco 1201. Win. 97/98, p. 36-37.

      “Young at Heart.” (With Ward Grant). Sum. 00, p. 36-38.

Vasey, Vern

      “Bing’s Huckleberry Friend.” [Johnny Mercer]. Oct. 83, p. 12-15.

      “Crosby Cartoons and Caricatures.” Win. 86, p. 7-20.

      “Joe Who?” Dec. 86, p. 6.

      “More on Mercer.” Apr. 84, p. 51-54.

Voedisch, Lynn

      Remembering Bing Paints loving Portrait.” [Chicago Sun-Times]. Jul. 88, p. 35.

Vogt, GordonB

      “Alternate Takes – Who Knows?” Mar. 80, p. 34-36.

      Discographical Problems of the Fifties.” Apr. 81, p. 41-43.

      “Songs of a Sunshine Salesman.” Oct. 81, p. 21-32.

      “Will the Real Bing Crosby Stand?” [Review of Shepherd/Slatzer book]. Apr. 84, p. 35-46.

 

W

Wall, Gordon A.

      “Bing’s Film Exploitation Records.” Oct. 83, p. 7-11.

Wall Street Journal

      “Songwriters Dream of ‘White Christmas’ and Its Royalties.” Dec. 91, p. 48.

Wallach, Allan

      “Irving Berlin, 1888-1989.” [Newsday]. Dec. 89, p. 24-26.

Ward-Thomas, P. A.

      “Bing Crosby; A Personal Memory.” Dec. 93, p. 43.

Warner, Elise

      “Meet Saul L. Wellman, the World’s Foremost Legal Forger.” [Autograph Collectors Magazine].

            Dec. 89, p. 37.

Wayman, Stanley

      “A Visit to Bing’s Grave.” Dec. 93, p. 32.

      “Bing’s EPs.” Apr. 83, p. 12-22.

      Etty Gits of Holland.” Dec. 92, p. 6.

      “The Saga of Joe Bell.” Apr. 81, p. 27-28.

Wesner, Emma

      “Bing.” Win. 96/97, p. 42.

Whack Comics

      [Frames picturing Bing Crosby and Bob Hope.] Win. 97/98, p. 31.

White, Hooper

      “Thanks, from Bing.” [Source unknown]. Win. 96/97, p. 36.

White, Stan

      “The Buddy Cole Story.” [Crosby Collector].  Apr. 81, p. 29-32.

Wiggins, “Wig”

      “”Smithsonian Institution Honors Bing.” Mar. 79, p. 53-55.

Willis, Pat

      “Memory of Crooner Still Alive.” [About Pete Cakanic]. Win. 97/98, p. 19-20,

Willsohn, Merril (pseud. of Al Sutton)

      “Let’s Face the Music.” Apr. 83, p. 12-15.

      [Review of Colin Pugh’s book]. Oct. 80, p. 36.

      “Shadow Music; Songs from Bing’s Movies.” Apr. 83, p. 23-41.

Wilson, Hobie

      “Road to Washington.” Oct. 79, p. 18-20.

Wilson, Pamela

      “Legendary Crooner.” [Gonzaga Bulletin]. Dec. 94, p. 22.

Winters, Ken

      “A Store from Another Era.” [78 rpm records]. Oct. 83, p. 21-22.

Woodward, Richard B.

      “They Began with the Spirit of Jazz.” [N.Y. Times]. Jun. 89, p. 48-49.

Wyman, Carolyn

      “Bing’s Orange Juice.” [From her book, I’m a Spam Fan]. Win. 95/96, p. 38-39.

 

Y

Young, Michael E.

      “Packed with Memories. Sum. 99, p. 18-19.

 

Z

Zanardi, Bonny

      “Crosby Estate Becomes Holiday Showcase.” [Hillsborough]. [San Mateo County Times]. Win.

            01/02, p. 45.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compiled October 2004

By Wayne L. Martin

Editor Bingang 1987-2003