Advertising proofs, brochures, booklets, catalogs and photographs documenting work done for more than 130 different companies headquartered mainly in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN that were clients of this Minneapolis advertising agency. An inventory with additional information is available in the repository.
Includes scripts for a series of programs, 1933, produced by KSTP, to celebrate the 22nd anniversary of the founding of the Camp Fire Girls. A folder list with additional information about this collection is available in the repository.
The Library contains several individual collections of Minnesota political figures, many of which include some print and audio material relating to radio addresses delivered by the individuals. Check online catalog by name.
Disassembled scrapbook of a Minneapolis metal dealer and junk yard operator who served as a special assistant in the Minneapolis regional office of the War Production Board during World War II. The scrapbook contains letters, press releases, scripts of radio spot announcements, clippings, speeches, advertisements and other material documenting publicity for a 1943 salvage campaign in Minnesota and the Dakotas known as the Farm Scrap Program.
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.
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.