Contains scripts for spot announcements and programs broadcast on KTRH, KPRC and KTHT, 1938-1947. The announcements provided information about the Museum and its collection, new acquisitions, exhibitions, demonstrations, films, gallery talks, concerts and the Museum's hours. Scripts are included for the following programs: Look and Listen, 1939-1944, Art and Music, 1944, Art is Fun, 1943-1950, and Art Techniques, 1943-1944.
Contains manuscripts, including some unidentified radio scripts, research notes and other materials documenting Texas history and folklore. The Woolfords promoted the Witte Museum in San Antonio through a radio variety show in the 1930s.
Library, Special Collections, University of Texas-San Antonio
Papers, including radio and television scripts, 1964-1991, documenting Rooney's career as a journalist and broadcaster with CBS. Also includes papers documenting his work as a journalist covering World War II.
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The KTRU Rice Radio archive includes audio created by the student radio station from 1969 - 2005, covering a variety of searchable topics, such as: news, sports, interviews, musician interviews, and speeches and lectures. To learn more about the Rice University KTRU Radio records and their complete contents, please visit our detailed inventory.
Performed music, Sounds (Other than music & language), and Spoken word
Analog audiocassette, Digital Audio Tape (DAT), Polyester open reel tape, and Digital audio file (including MP3, WAV, AIFF, etc.)
25 lin. ft.
Woodson Research Center Special Collections & Archives, Fondren Library