1250 audiotape recordings produced by the University of Virginia Radio-TV Center circa 1955-circa 1977.
This includes a number of UVA-specific recordings that were distributed throughout the state.
Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
College or University
Sounds and Other
Disc (Commercial, Homemade, Transcription), Reel-to-reel, Audiocassette, and Audiotapes
The collection contains circa 1850 programs produced at the University including "According to Mr. Jefferson," 1965; "Drug use and abuse," 1973-1977; "Education on the march," 1957-1977; Founder's day programs, 1964-1977 (incomplete run); "Landmarks in literature," undated; "Man and nature in Virginia," undated; "Notes on nutrition, 1975-1977; "Scholar's bookshelf," 1968-1977; student demonstrations, including speeches by Kunstler, Rubin and University of Virginia President Shannon, 1968-1970; Student Legal Forum, 1968-1977; "University Hour," 1962-1977; a series on the English language by Atcheson Hench titled "What's the good word," 1960-1963; and miscellaneous speeches, many by prominent literary and political figures, 1962-1977.With the recordings are two boxes of supporting doucmentation, particularly program announcements, as well as press releases, scripts, and memoranda.