Includes scripts Ueland wrote for the following radio shows: the Anne Herrold Program, a radio news program broadcast in Minneapolis, March 11-May 28, 1936, Tell Me More, a program that featured Ueland's answers to listeners' personal problems, June-July, 1942, and Stories for Girl Heroes, a children's program that profiled notable women.
Includes material on radio advertising, possibly for Adlerika, a laxative and a treatment for appendicitis, Adla tablets for stomach ailments, Daru liver pills and Vino!, a vitamin tonic. An inventory that provides additional information about these materials is available in the repository.
Includes an audio tape of Twin City Roundtable, January 16, 1955, featuring the club which was established in 1947 to foster friendship and understanding among individuals of different racial, cultural and religious backgrounds.
Contains correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, genealogical materials and audio material relating to Rishworth's career in radio education and broadcasting and as the first educational director of a commercial radio station in the U.S. Rishworth also appeared as Uncle Tom on KSTP in the 1930s and worked in radio in Texas and Oregon in the 1950s.
Includes papers relating to Franey's involvement with the WLOL radio and WTCN television show Sportsmen's Roundtable, 1947-1959, and other papers documenting his career as a journalist, conservationist and leader of the Izaak Walton League of America (IWLA).
Contains correspondence, reports, minutes, clippings, financial records and radio and television scripts relating to Satterlee's life and work, mainly 1941-1961, with women's clubs and dealing with consumer affairs.