Sound recording of the Housewives Protective League program broadcast on July 11, 1956 on WCCO featuring Juergen Nash and Tom Swain, Executive Director of the Minnesota Statehood Centennial Commission, discussing the goals and plans for the centennial celebration, including the roles of women in the celebration.
Typescript of "Radio Forty Two Years Ago" written by the spouse of Rudy Hilgedick who was instrumental in building Duluth's first radio station, WJAP. The reminiscence is centered on the first broadcast of a Christmas midnight mass, December 25, 1922. Topics include a description of the studio, the station's range, listening devices used at the time and the use of volunteer performers and staff. Several excerpts from cards and letters received from listeners throughout the U.S. after the broadcast are also included.
A microfilm edition of earlier scrapbooks, 1928-1952, containing biographical sketches, photographs and poems of members of the League compiled in 1952. Included on the microfilm is a volume entitled "Minnesota Centennial Poetry: History with Music on Radio" consisting of scripts for a series of 13 radio programs presented in 1949.
Sound recording and scripts, written by Charles Sarjeant, of the official Minnesota statehood centennial radio broadcasts dramatizing 100 years of Minnesota progress and the future aired on WCCO in 1958.
Includes radio scripts, outlines and other notes for Moritz's weekly Christian program, Good News Broadcast, which was broadcast over KMHL, Marshall, MN during the 1950s plus information on other radio broadcasting, 1949-1956.
Scrapbook (compiler unknown) of clippings concerning Twin Cities radio stations and personalities including both network and local stations. Contains programming information for WCCO and KSTP. Annotations sometimes give information on subsequent careers of persons pictured.