Contains correspondence, writings, legal documents, clippings, scrapbooks, diaries, typescripts of Wallace's columns, magazine feature stories, unidentified radio and TV scripts, short stories and a novel. Also includes material on Wallace's script (media not identified) for the 1956 political commentary, "I'm Going to Scream Again."
Hardman was general advertising manager of the Ohio Bell Telephone Company, 1924-1951, and director of the Ohio Story. Papers pertain largely to the development of the program, from original idea to final casting, broadcast and publicity. Includes scripts and script drafts, administrative papers, correspondence, story ideas and suggestions, research articles, subject lists, broadcast material, clippings, music scores, photographs and biographical information on Hardman. See also separate collection listing for Ohio Story Scripts. Sound recordings and films of the program are located in the Audio-Visual collection.
Prepared for the stockholders and affiliates of the MBS, the White Paper dealt with the FCC report on chain broadcasting and a May, 1941 agreement between Mutual and ASCAP. Mutual's second White Paper analyzing the FCC's revision of its chain broadcasting regulations is located in a separate file.
Includes scripts on the cities, towns and villages of Stark County, OH as broadcast over WHBC. The broadcasts were launched by the Stark County Historical Society in cooperation with the Ohio Broadcasting Corp.
Papers of the Hungarian-American radio announcer, including a Hungarian song book compiled by Szappanos in 1941, correspondence, 1960-1966 and newspaper clippings, 1939-1975. Szappanos was active in the Szappanos Radio Ball. Some of the materials are in Hungarian.
Series I consists mainly of radio scripts written by Hall as an information specialist for the Cleveland Office of Civilian Defense during World War II. Recordings of the program are in the Audio Visual collection.
Radio and television scripts written by Frank Siedel. See related Anson F. Hardman collection on the development and production of the program. Sound recordings and films of the program are located in the Audio-Visual collection. The program was broadcast on WTAM.