Contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes and other items concerning Cornell University Religious Work (CURW) and its predecessor, the Cornell University Christian Association (CUCA), including radio scripts.
A recording of an interview with Muller in which he discusses his career as a child actor in Hollywood and as a contestant in radio quiz shows, including The Hollywood Smarty Party and also his appearances on other radio shows such as I Was There and the Mercury Theater of the Air.
Contains personal and business correspondence and other papers, clippings, manuscripts of articles and radio broadcasts, photographs, scrapbooks, pamphlets and other printed matter reflecting Berry's varied talents and interests.
Contains personal and professional correspondence, course schedules, rosters, student letters and other material related to Swearingen's career as a professor of history. Also includes unidentified radio broadcasts.
Recording of "Symphony of the Birds," an 11 minute tape of bird songs recorded and produced in 1955 and 1956 by Peter Paul Kellogg and Jim Facett who hosted a CBS radio symphony orchestra program at the Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology. Also includes a recording of Arthur Augustus Allen talking about the hummingbird and taped excerpts of a program Hanselman produced for the Farm and Home Radio Show, Christmas, 1957. The program includes a 1954 recording of Bristow Adams telling the story of the Christmas bells.
Contains personal and professional files of the Chair of the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Obstetrics at the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, including papers relating to radio programs.
Contains mostly radio scripts for The Right to Happiness. Also includes radio and television scripts for Doctor Eve, Days of Our Lives, Attorney at Law, Road of Life, From These Roots, Date with Life, The Verdict is Yours, Golden Windows, The Second Mrs. Burton, Woman in White, Zenith, There Was a Woman, The Wheels of Time, The Rising Tides, Return of Constance Curtis, Four Corners, U.S.A. and the Doris Blake Show. Also includes correspondence, plot synopses, notes, research for some of the scripts and some fan mail.
Contains two pamphlets entitled "Farm Radio Programs: WEAI, 1930," published by the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, and "Twenty Years of Broadcasting, 1925-1945, 1947," by Charles L. Taylor, a transcript of "Radio Station Development, Cornell University" by Elmer S. Phillips and bound volumes of Farm Radio Program quarterly issues, 1930-1944.