Contains material relating to Hildreth's career as a broadcast executive, including his position as founder and executive of the Hildreth Network which included WABI, WPOR and the Aroostook Broadcasting Company.
Interviews with Irving Hunter about early radio and country western music in Bangor in the 1930s. Includes an interview with musician Watie Akins about his employment with WLBZ, ca. 1930. Subjects covered include local and national programming, equipment used by the station, affiliations with different networks, technological advancements in radio and equipment, remote and delayed broadcasts, a discussion of performers, the process of making radio logs and more.
The history of taverns and inns in Maine was prepared by the c hapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution for radio broadcasts in 1932 and 1933. Collection includes text of the broadcast aired February 12, 1932 on WCSH, Portland, ME.
Contains radio scripts dealing with conservation, forestry, wood utilization and other papers relating to Baldwin's career as a research forester for the New Hampshire Forestry and Recreation Commission and president of the Northern Wood Utilization Council.