Includes a variety of promotional items from St. Louis radio stations, including coffee mugs, T-shirts bags, bumper stickers, posters, pens and pencils, postcards, buttons, patches, frisbees, visors, key chains, magnets, balloons, coupons, posters and more. Among the more unusual items is a KATZ license plate.
Contains over 200 audio tapes of KSD local programming, newscasts and specials. Includes more than 100 photographs showing scenes from KSD studios and KSD/NBC personalities, scripts, public relations releases, pamphlets, clippings and other printed materials. Also includes recordings of Russ David's program, St. Louis Serenade, that was fed to NBC.
Includes photographs, clippings, awards and certificates and memorabilia covering Burks's radio disc jockey career beginning in 1947 at KXLW and later with KSTL , KATZ and KADI. Also includes material on his TV career.
Scripts of 380 shows sponsored by the Union Electric Company of Missouri and broadcast first on KSD and later on KMOX. The shows present the history of the St. Louis area. Also includes photographs and recordings.
Contains scripts, speeches, notes, correspondence and other material related to Eschen's career as Director of Special News Events, an announcer and reporter on KSD. Also includes audio tapes and photographs.
The first At Your Service program aired February 29, 1960 on KMOX with Paul Wills, announcer, Bob Holt, character voices, and Jack Buck, host. Other recordings include the first anniversary program, February 28, 1961, its twentieth anniversary show, February 29, 1980 and the 28th anniversary show in 1989.
Includes interviews of Ed Bench, KSTL, KATZ and KCFM; Joan Colegrove; Don Corey, KSHE, KADI-FM and KIRL; John Craddock; Rex Davis, KMOX; Harry Eidelman, KCFM; Harry Fender, KXOK and KMOX; Dick and Nancy Friedman, KRCH; Robert Hille, KXOK; Gene Hirsch, WIL; Tim Lyons; Kay Morton; Chuck Norman; Ellie Ohrn; Roy Queen, KMOX; Ollie Raymand, KMOX; Sibley Smith, KCFM.
Contains biographical information, scripts, promotional and advertising materials for Davis's broadcasts and 160 photographs of Davis and other KMOX personnel. Also includes Davis's interviews and other audio of his broadcasts. Davis began his career at KMOX in 1946 and served as newscaster, news director and director of community relations.
Contains recordings of programs, 1930s-1940s, including Barnyard Follies, newscasts, interviews, sports and other programming with station favorites such as France Laux, Jack Buck, Harry Caray, Bob Hardy, Rex Davis, John McCormick, Jack Camey, Anne Keefe and others. Also includes publications, reports, advertisements, clippings and a variety of other material.
Recording of Just for Women on WEW, January 22, 1953, with interview of Dr. Lillian Gilbreth, efficiency engineer and author of "Cheaper By the Dozen" on "Managing Minutes in Your Kitchen." Also interviews with Betty Furness, CBS television personality and home economist Nancy Haven as well as other programs, 1955-1956.
Includes 30 photographs showing Farrell and guests on his television show and videocassette interviews of celebrities. Collection may not have material on Farrell's earlier career in radio in the mid-1950s on KWK, WIL, KSD and KMOX.
Contains photographs, books, theater programs, clippings, correspondence, audio and videotapes and memorabilia covering Fender's various careers. Includes correspondence from well-known entertainers, including Florenz Ziegfeld, Eddie Cantor and Max Morath, some 500 photographs of Fender with celebrities he interviewed for KXOK and KMOX and an autograph book with hundreds of signatures from celebrities. Fender hosted an interview show on KXOX and KMOK from 1947 to the 1970s.
Includes letters of congratulations, proclamations, photographs and biographical information of the country music star who had a program on KMOX from 1929 to early 1950s and later on other St. Louis stations.