From 1932 to the mid-1940s, Paul Rhymer's "Vic and Sade" was one of the more popular and critically acclaimed afternoon radio shows in all America. Rhymer (1905-1964) grew up in Bloomington, attended Illinois Wesleyan University, and wrote for The Pantagraph before moving to Chicago and enjoying tremendous success in the radio business. The collection includes 51 episodes from the years from 1932 to 1944.
McLean County Museum of History
About 300 episodes (possibly some duplicates)
Optical disc (including CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD) and Analog audiocassette
Audiocassette and Computer disc
This collection is open for research. Audiovisual materials require the creation of listening and/or viewing copies. Advance notice of your visit is highly recommended to ensure that requested materials will be ready for use upon your arrival. Contact the MCMH staff for more details.
Permission to reproduce or publish material in this collection must be obtained in writing from the McLean County Museum of History
Paper inventory or finding aid
Episode listings are located in the Vic and Sade Subject File.
Most likely these are duplicates of episodes in circulation, but possible that there are lost episodes in this collection.
Playable with proper equipment
34 cassettes donated by a fan named Ray Lewis White. 26 of these cassettes have about 6 – 7 episodes, 2 of these cassettes have 2 episodes each, 3 of these cassettes have no episode titles, only episode numbers, 1 of these cassettes is manufactured by Radio Reruns, labeled Last Program. 6 CDs - some episode titles overlap with the cassettes.