Contains correspondence, speeches, articles, letters to the editor, reports, bulletins, notes, radio broadcasts and clippings documenting Putnam's work in maternal and infant health care and conservative politics.
Consists of photographs, correspondence, published articles by and about Bromley and background material for her articles and book. Check preliminary finding aid for any material related to her unidentified radio program, 1952-1958.
Contains original musical scores and arrangements, photographs of Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra at all stages of the band's career, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks documenting the band's performance history and reception by both critics and the public over time. Also includes audio tapes of CLO recordings and interviews with band associates, phonograph records of original CLO recordings and other recordings of big band music.
Contains correspondence, speeches, program scripts, publicity photos and articles primarily concerning her career which included narrating The Woman Reporter and Woman's Page of the Air. Cumming played the role of Betty Crocker, an advertising agent for General Mills, on radio and television. Papers concerning her Betty Crocker role consist mainly of promotional literature and speeches.
Includes scripts of Women in the Making of America, 1939-1940, broadcast in cooperation with the WPA's Federal Theatre Radio Division, and Gallery of Women, a series produced by the University of Michigan, 1954, and broadcast in cooperation with the U.S. Office of Education. Also includes program outlines, posters and clippings.
Sound recording of three radio speeches broadcast on February 22, 1942 by Anderson for the working women of the Allied nations. Anderson describes the changing nature of employment for women before and during World War II, the history of sex discrimination in employment and forecasts how the employment climate for women may change after the war.
Contains biographical material, speeches and pamphlets relating to women in business. Husted was an advertising executive, home economist and, as director of the Home Service Department of General Mills, she planned and implemented the Betty Crocker program, 1926-1946.
Correspondence, published and unpublished writings, subject files, financial and legal records, biographical material, memorabilia and Brewster and Murrow family papers and photographs chiefly dating from 1929-1965. Of particular note are letters written by and to the Murrows while they were in Great Britain during World War II which reflect his work as director of European broadcasting for CBS, Inc. and her duties as executive director of the London Committee of Bundles for Britain, Inc.
Contains correspondence, manuscripts, including radio scripts, photographs, printed material, film reels, audio tapes, scrapbooks, professional material, printed material, financial material and research papers relating to his career as a producer.
Contains 8,000-9,000 audio recordings dating from the 1940s and print material including scrapbooks and biographical information about the artists. Collection is searchable via an in-house catalog. Note: Additional BSO recordings may be in the NBC Collection in the Library of Congress.
Contains numerous manuscripts, letters and other documents regarding the history of radio and broadcasting. Includes many items related to Lewis's work for the Office of Facts and Figures and the Office of War Information during World War II.
Cornment Books reflect student life and student culture, including politics, musical trends and campus controversies. WHRB is a student run radio station that previously operated under the call letters WHCN and WHRV.
Consists of song lyrics, song and dance band music, radio scripts, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks covering Rines's career as composer, arranger, radio music director and producer. Also includes correspondence and photographs.
Contains several scripts by Liss including The Human Adventure, We Care, Warriors of Peace, The Eternal Light, Report to the Nation, Charlie Wild Private Detective, You Are There, The Story of Our Time and others. Also includes several letters, research files and other documents regarding his work in radio.
Contains manuscripts, including scripts by Connelly and by others which he produced, correspondence, financial material, printed material, scrapbooks, photographs, subject files, notebooks and memorabilia.
Contains several manuscripts of Corwin's radio work, including the scripts for "The Plot to Overthrow Christmas" and "They Fly Through the Air With the Greatest of Ease." Also includes several recordings of original broadcasts and letters from several notable figures in broadcasting.
Contains scripts for several series, including City Hospital, 1951-1958, Inner Sanctum, 1941-1952, Mystery in the Air, 1945, NBC Radio Theatre, Adventures of the Thin Man, Theatre Five, The Man From G-2, Adventure Theatre and other shows. Also includes a draft of a confidential report Newman wrote in 1943, probably for the government, and other documents regarding radio broadcasting.
Contains numerous manuscripts, letters and other documents about the history of radio broadcasting. Includes scripts and recordings of You Are There, The Eagle's Brood, 1947, and many other programs. Also includes correspondence from Edward R. Murrow and other notable broadcasting figures.
Includes unidentified material relating to CBS, 1947, to the debates Wise had with Clarence Darrow, 1927-1930, Father Lonegran, 1927-1928, Betrand Russell, 1931-1932 and Ben Lindsey, 1927-1928. Also material relating to Town Meeting of the Air, 1945, and Martha Deane, 1947-1948.
University Archives & Special Collections, Brandeis University
Audiorecordings (78rpm and cassettes) of some Voice of Firestone specials and kinescopes of the 1949-1964 programs (with a gap from 1961-1964) which were simulcast on radio and television. Also includes some transcription discs of speeches of Harvey Firestone from late 1920s-1930s talking about political issues.
Contains papers collected from his various activities, including sermons from Dr. William L. Stidger's program, Getting the Most Out of Life, sponsored by Fleischmann's Yeast, 1937-1939, annotated with hymns and fan letters. Houghton also provided the music for the program.