Copies of off-air discs made by Tut Taylor, ca. 1949, from radio broadcasts by Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys and by other traditional string band performers who appeared on the same programs, including Flatt and Scruggs, the Smokey Mountaineers, Jack [Thompson?], Lonnie Glasson, Little Ray Wiggins, Curly Fox, Lonzo and Oscar, Hank Williams and Howdy Forrester.
Consists of scrapbooks, personal papers and recordings documenting the history of The Three Little Maids featured on the National Barn Dance, Round-Up, Dinnerbell, Musical Journey with Miss Evelyn, Dreamers Bay and Hilltoppers. Also includes scripts, advertisements, fan letters, photographs of WLS performers and binders of songbooks. Sound recordings include home recordings, radio air-checks, instantaneous discs and 78rpms.
Scrapbooks document the engagements of the orchestra with clippings providing a chronology of the orchestra's performances. Also includes photographs, programs and other materials. The orchestra was heard on various radio stations, including KPO and KFWB and other stations affiliated with NBC and CBS.