This series consists of short histories of two aircraft control and warning units of the South Carolina Air National Guard. Stationed on the front lines, these units' duties included vectoring pilots to targets, setting up radio relay stations in remote areas, and warning of advancing enemy activity. The 110th AC&W Squadron was formed in 1950, in response to needs of the Korean War. The unit was disbanded in 1953, and much of its functions, personnel and equipment were taken over by the 114th AC&W Squadron.
This series consists of addresses made to the House of Representatives by the Governor, members of the House, and other guests. Series is divided into four sub-series: inaugural addresses of the Governor; annual addresses by the Governor (now known as the State of the State address); speeches made by individuals at political conventions, on the radio, or the General Assembly and ordered published by the legislature; and programs of events held in one of the chambers.
This series consists of commercials produced by the Dept. of Natural Resources for distribution to local radio stations. Subjects include license tags, hunting and fishing regulations, litter cleanup, conservation, outdoor safety, hurricane preparedness, and hunting safety. Each filename contains the subject of that particular announcement. Announcements were produced in both 30 second and 60 second versions.
Archival papers include documents and manuscripts related to the following broadcasters and stations: Jack Cook, Wallace A. "Wally" Mullinax Sr, Charles W. "Charlie" Newcomb, Mackie Quave, G. Richard Shafto, George Dixon Stewart, James K. "Jim" Whitaker, WCRS, WESC, WIS, and WOLS
20 linear feet
McKissick Museum, South Carolina Broadcasters Association Archives
Contains audio and video artifacts, photographs and papers relating to early South Carolina radio, 1930s-1960s, plus several thousand 78rpm records, reel-to-reel tapes and cassettes. Also includes extensive scrapbooks and a substantial amount of administrative materials from several South Carolina radio stations.
McKissick Museum, South Carolina Broadcasters Association Archives, University of South Carolina
Contains about 100 16" transcription discs of a wide range of programs, mostly from the mid-1940s, and hundreds of additional programs on cassette, reelto-reel tape and 8 track formats. The Rivers Family were the former owners of WSCS, Charleston, SC. As of 2005, the collection was in the process of being catalogued. Researchers looking for specific programs should contact the Museum.
Includes sound recordings of Dr. Bob Jones Says from the 1950s and Miracles and Hymn History from the 1950s and 1960s. Most of the last two programs are on tape and some are on 16" transcription discs.
Collection focuses on two of Beacham's principal media projects, including six audio cassettes entitled "Theatre of the Imagination: The Radio Days of Orson Welles," co-produced by Beacham and the late Richard Wilson in 1988. The cassettes feature tales on tape from the radio career of the young Welles and document Beacham's efforts at restoring more than 160 hours of surviving Welles programming.
Manuscripts Division, University of South Carolina