Henry Miller On NBC
I found the document here. Viewed at a larger size on the original website, you can clearly see Henry's signature, phone number on Ocampo Drive, and even his social insurance number. The TV piece took place at NBC Burbank. Henry was paid $338.
A visit to the NBC News Archive website [free registration] reveals that the episode involved an interview with Tom Snyder [seen in above banner art]. The copy in NBC's possession is numbered M771129 and is a dub of the repeat broadcast from January 3, 1980 (by which time some editing had been done to the original film).
HENRY MILLER ON THE TODAY SHOW, 1976
TODAY SHOW - DEC 7, 1976. Synopsis: Interview with authors Norman Mailer & Henry Miller. Discussion includes Mailer's new book on Henry Miller called Genius & Lust. Miller is interviewed at his home at Pacific Pallisades.
Much more detailed is the description of the footage under ID#0607720: NORMAN MAILER [photo at left] AND HENRY MILLER DISCUSS MILLERS LITERARY CAREEROUTS - NORMAN MAILER AND HENRY MILLER MEET TO DISCUSS THE LATTERS LITERARYWORKS. MAILER SAYS HES ENVIOUS OF MILLERS SEX LIFE. THEY DISAGREE ON THE MERITSAND SHORTCOMINGS OF THE COLLOSSUS OF MAROUSSI AND THE DEVIL IN PARADISE. MAILER DESCRIBES THE EFFECT MILLER HAS HAD ON HIM. MILLER PAINTINGS HANG ON THE WALL.CS- AT MILLERS HOME IN PACIFIC PALISADES SCHAAP WITH NORMAN MAILER AND HENRY MILLER. MAILER: 1ST READ MILLER IN 1940 IN COLLEGE VERY IMPRESSED BY THE WORK. IMPRESSED MORE BY HIM THAN HEMINGWAY. MILLER: HEMINGWAY BRAGGED TOO MUCH ON BEING ATHLETIC. WAS QUITE A CRAFTSMAN; METICULOUS IN HIS WRITINGS. DIDN'T LIKE HIM SO MUCH IN HIS LATER BOOKS. MILLER ADMITS HE NEVER READ A MAILER BOOK. WOULD LIKE TO READ NAKED & THE DEAD BUT HAS EYE IMPEDIMENT & CAN'T READ. SAYS MAILERS WRITING IS TERRIBLY COMPLICATED. ARTISTS THAT MOST INFLUENCED & IMPRESSED MILLER INCLUDE SHERWOOD ANDERSON; JOHN DOS PASSOS; KNUT HAMSUN; THOMAS MANN. HE LIKES ANDERSON FOR BEING GENUINLY AMERICAN. WOULD REALLY LIKE TO BE COMPARED TO DOSTOEVSKY. RE NEVER RECEIVING NOBEL PRIZE: IN A WAY I DO RESENT THIS. MUST BE 90 YEAR OLD BASTARDS ON THAT COMMITTEE.
Early in 1956, Henry went back to Brooklyn to see his dying mother. While there, he met Ben Grauer [left] of NBC fame, who produced the record album Henry Miller Recalls And Reflects in April 1956. The Columbia University archive has a Ben Grauer Papers collection, which contains 43 letters from Henry Miller.