Although my favorite writer of books about TV shows is the inimitable Peggy Herz of “All About Rhoda” and “The Truth About Fonzie” fame, Paul W. Fairman, of the Partridge Family novels, is a close second. He also wrote pulp Science Fiction and novelizations of the “That Girl” TV series. We would order such books from the Scholastic Bookclub at school. I read three Partridge Family novels in a row one summer in the 5th grade, and afterwards, I think I was the youngest person in my grammar school to be filled with a sense of existential dread and a horrible fore-boding about the fate of humanity. Later that year, they re-elected Nixon. I was upset. I was sent home from school for writing his name on my desk in pencil with the “x” in his name drawn as a swastika. I dedicate this assignment to Mr. Fairman and the gang at Miller Street School.
I used the GIMP editor and matched fonts and colors as closely as a could to the period.