Includes scripts for FBI In Action, FM Playhouse and Chick Carter, Boy Detective. Sweeney was a sound effects person on WOY during World War II and the scripts include her handwritten notes regarding the sound effects for the programs.
1&2 Dedication of Ceramics Building; World Science & Technology in 1960, Dr. C. Guy Suits; Dr. C. Guy Suits, sides 1 & 4; Powder Metallurgy Awards, William Coolidge and B. Benbow; Cermet Roundtable at Knolls; Sounds of Progress
Contains scripts, production logs and information about Van Patten's career as a director, writer and on-air host at WRGB, 1951-1970s. In the 1960s Van Patten created documentaries about the harmful effects of gambling and teenage drinking.
Light's Golden Jubilee; Midsummer Night's Dream; Jpage Morris Refrigerator Program; Eastern States Basketball Championship; General Electric Radio Hour; Mobil Radio Hour; Lucky Strike Hour; GE Concert Orchestra; An Evening in Paris; GE Concert Orchestra; Kane Krooners
Democracy (1954), Short Wave—Mt. Van Hoevenberg Bobsled Ride taken by Howard Tupper—WGY, 1 p.m., Lake Placid, NY. (2/22/41), Houseboat Hanna (3/21/41), Howard Tupper—Vignettes Saratoga Harness, Etc. Golden Days of Radio—WMHT—Rise: Howard Tupper interviewed by Jack Keenan WGY—65th Anniversary, Bob Cudmore, 1987. Tup’s Memorial Service, 1986 50th Anniversary, Part 1 of 4. 50th Anniversary, Part 2 of 4. 50th Anniversary, Part 3 of 4. Feb. 15, 1972. 50th Anniversary, Part 4 of 4. Feb. 15, 1972. Dub of Remote from Hyatt House, Part 1 Dub of Remote from Hyatt House, Part 2 Dub of Remote from Hyatt House, Part 3 WGY Story, 30th Anniversary, Cut 1 and 2. WGY Story, Cut 3 and 4. WGY Story, Cut 5. Jan. 18, 1952. 1972 Recordings for Anniversary. Untitled, undated. WGY Radio Shows Hank and Tup, Last week of show Howard Tupper doing the Weather Track Talk with Tup: Entry for 1967 John Hervey Awards Tuttle on ‘Aunt Jane,’ Master 50th Anniversary Program Let’s Go Bowling Chase + Sanborn, 100th Anniversary Show, Nov. 15, 1964. 11-inch reel. Tupper Bowling, May 1960. 11-inch reel.
A dozen reels of NBC programs, 1927, 1929, that were "recorded" onto an experimental sound-on-film format that led to the development of the RCA Photophone system. The programs include Walter Damrosch conducting the GE Symphony Orchestra.