Contains Wilson's personal and professional papers and includes scripts for the 15 minute radio spots prepared by the Oregon State Game Commission which Wilson headed. The programs were broadcast bi-monthly over KOAC, 1940-1944.
Includes scripts and related notes, correspondence and documentation pertaining to several radio productions on Oregon history and geography that Munford created in the mid 1930s and early 1940s. Also includes records relating to KOAC, School of the Air and other radio programs.
Include speeches, radio program materials, publications and teaching materials prepared in her role as an extension specialist in child development and family life at Oregon State College and Iowa State University.
Records document the establishment and functioning of the KOAC public radio and television stations at Oregon Agricultural College (Oregon State University). Includes administrative records, radio scripts and programs and sound recordings.
Papers consist of agriculture related materials produced or collected by Kadderly during his work overseas as a farm broadcaster on the radio and newsclippings announcing his departure from KOAC in 1933.
Compilation of 50 discs containing educational programs produced under the auspices of the Portland Public Schools as well as programming produced by KGW or released from other affiliates. Programs include The American Challenge, a U.S. history series, Their Name was Courage, historical dramas about Washington state, Bill Scott, Forest Ranger, a conservation program sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service, live coverage of the 1941 Benson High School dance and a drama from Reed College, 1939.
Collection of 25 recordings containing local and national news programs (NBC and ABC), including World War II and Korean War news and the historical series Mr. President. Local programs include the sports news program Radio Box Score and the country music program Neath Western Skies.
Collection of 400 discs containing local and national news programs (CBS), including reports on World War II, the Korean War and the Cold War as well as the speeches of Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Winston Churchill and others. Local programs include documentaries on the Tillamook Burn, 1943 and 1953, live reports on Kaiser shipyard launchings, 1941-1945, reports on the Vanport Flood, 1948, the Northwest Neighbors talk show, the historical drama "Song of the Columbia," the award-winning documentary on African-American physician Dr. Charles Drew entitled "Who Killed Dr. Drew," Kid Critics, featuring Portland area grade school children reviewing books, Pacific Power and Light and Northwest Electric commercials, 1941-1947, and a live concert with Jane Powell from Portland's South Park Blocks.
Compilation of 31 cassettes of numerous short advertisements for local, regional and national companies which aired on Portland area stations. Includes spots for the Oregon Shakespearean Festival, 1959, Blitz-Weinhard Brewing Co. and the U.S. National Bank.
Twentyeight cassettes of different programs, including a promotional spot for a performance by the United States Air Force Band at the Astoria Armory, the Douglas Grader Show broadcast from the Clatsop County Fair and a number of commercials for various Astoria area merchants, including Garcia Ford, Bjorklund's and the Owl Drug Store.
Three audio cassettes of numerous short public service announcements which aired on Portland area stations. Includes spots for the Oregon Junior Symphony, 1958, the Odd Fellows, 1970, and the Oregon State Game Commission.