The records of WDCR contain approximately 377 tape recordings of lectures, interviews, press conferences and other programs broadcast over WDCR. The recordings document events at Dartmouth College and the discussion of campus issues, concerns and protests, as well as national and world news. Among the recordings are interviews with Malcolm X, Alger Hiss, Dartmouth presidents Dickey and Kemeny, and lectures by politicians, entertainers and scholars; battle lectures by history professor Lewis Stilwell; "Noon Hour" programs hosted by Cliff Ennico; and one tape of broadcasts from WDCR's predecessor WDBS.
Interviews: Mrs. Carew, mother of six sons in the armed forces. Jack [John P.H. Jr.] Chandler, publisher of the Kearsarge Independent newspaper. Mrs. Frances W. Tulley, Home Fires Editor, 2 sons in the war. Sergeant ??(skips a little here) -- 2 yr veteran was at Normandy. Mrs. Cloues, whose son (Edward?) died at Pearl Harbor. Dick Townsend, owner of Kearsarge Inn. Mrs. Peggy Thomas and 2 1/2 yr old daughter Sally. Mr. Norm Hatfield, Principal of the Simonds High School. Herman Dow, 17 yr old worker at Wheeler's Drug Store. Anne White, Student. Pastor Ellis Eaton. Special Events staff of WMUR Radio, Al Mathie, announcer.