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Contains 241 Collections and/or Records:

Williams pinball playfield design collection

 Collection — map-case: 1
Identifier: 115.wms
Overview The Williams pinball playfield design collection contains more than 200 large hand-drawn playfield sketches, as well as mechanical insert drawings and cabinet artwork. Digital images of playfields and insert drawings are also included. The materials range in date from 1946 through 2015, with the bulk of the materials from 1946-1975.

#2 - "Dynamite," unidentified artist/designer, 1946

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#3 - “Amber,” unidentified artist/designer, n.d. [c. 1946?]

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#4 - “Smarty,” unidentified artist/designer, n.d. [c. 1946?]

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#5 - “Show Girl,” unidentified artist/designer, 1946

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#6 - “Tornado,” unidentified artist/designer, 1947

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#7 - “Cyclone,” unidentified artist/designer [“H.E.W.”?], 1947

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 2
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#8 - “Torchy,” unidentified artist/designer [“WMS”?], 1947

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 2
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#9 - “Flamingo,” unidentified artist/designer, n.d. [c. 1947?]

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 2
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...

#11 - “Ginger,” unidentified artist/designer [“GTH”?], 1947

 File — map-case: 1, drawer: 2, Folder: 2
Scope and Content Note This series contains more than 200 large-scale pinball playfield drawings created by staff of Williams Manufacturing Company (later Williams Electronics, Inc.). Designers of these playfield drawings, as denoted by signatures or initials on the pages, include Harry E. Williams (likely “H.E.W.”), Gordon Horlick (“GTH.”), Harry Mabs (“HJMabs” or “HMabs”), Steve Ahlborn, Steve Kordek, Norm Clark, Barry Oursler, Python Anghelo, and Mark Ritchie. The bulk of these playfield drawings are for Williams...