Papers include radio talks and programs during Stefan's congressional career, 1935-1951. Stefan helped build WJAG, the station of the Norfolk, NE "Daily News." He was chief announcer and newscaster of WJAG, 1922-1934, when he was elected to Congress.
Includes correspondence, broadcasting materials, certificates, newsletters and a photograph documenting Bragg's activities as an operator of an amateur radio station in Blue Springs, Liberty, Peru and Trenton, NE and in Concordia, KS.
Includes scrapbooks, correspondence, clippings and station programs for KMMJ, Clay Center and Grand Island, NE covering Kister's 41 years at the station as Program Director, Farm Director and Public Service Director.
Contains correspondence, printed materials, manuscripts, records and scrapbooks relating to frontier life, including information about well known figures and events. Also includes some manuscripts used in radio shows at KMMJ, Norfolk, NE, 1934-1935.
Collection relates to the activities, membership and administration of the Lincoln, NE chapter of the youth group Camp Fire (formerly known as Camp Fire Girls) and includes photographs, scrapbooks, moving images and approximately 40 sound recordings. Check with repository for more information about radio related material in the collection.
Contains papers, photographs and sound recordings related to the Anderson Radio Station of Wahoo, NE. The station was one of the first broadcast stations in the U.S. and the first radio sending station in the Midwest. Collection, which includes photographs and nine sound recordings, relates to Anderson's broadcasts and the history of radio. May also include material about Eddie Killan's Harmony Five.
Contains correspondence, legislative bill files, committee files and appointment and subject files relating to Howell's service in the U.S. Senate. Topics include agriculture, farm relief, public utilities, public power and radio broadcasting.
Collection of approximately 125 photographs, many of which show radio characters from the 1930s in costumes depicting their radio personas. There are also interior shots of the radio stations showing studios equipped with grand pianos and showing the sound effects man with various instruments to create sound effects. Also included are photographs of broadcasting equipment and station transmitters. Photos may include WOW, Omaha and KOIL, Lincoln, NE.
Papers, photographs and 69 sound recordings relating to KFMQFM, Lincoln, NE. Much of the collection contains information about Herbert William Burton who owned and operated the station from 1958-1966.
Oldfield hosted a program on KFOR, Lincoln, NE in the late 1930s. Papers relate to his career in print and broadcast journalism and document his later involvement with the Radio-Television News Directors Association and the Radio-Television News Directors Foundation.