The collections in the Writers Guild Foundation Archive span all of screen history and include writers from the dawn of cinema, early radio, the Golden Age of Television, and current writers for film, television, radio and new media. The archival holdings consist mainly of scripts, annotated drafts and production material, but may include oral histories, photographs, correspondence and ephemera. The archive also collects materials from Writers Guild Foundation events and Writers Guild of America West programs, awards and historical records. The Writers Guild Foundation Archive welcomes interest in the collections. The materials are made available to WGA members, staff, researchers, students and the general public, with some restrictions and conditions. Please contact the archive for more information.