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.
Consists of photographs, correspondence, published articles by and about Bromley and background material for her articles and book. Check preliminary finding aid for any material related to her unidentified radio program, 1952-1958.
A wide-ranging collection of over 1,000 celebrity advertising endorsements culled from high-end magazines. Includes radio personalities such as Jack Benny, Bing Crosby, Fred Allen, Jack Webb, Bob Hope and others as well as advertisements that involve radios or radio stations. See online finding aid for list of personalities and products.
The collection consists of noncommercial sound recordings including performances by Jascha Heifetz and Larry Adler of popular chamber music; a performance of Aaron Avshalomoff's Symphony no. 2 by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thor Johnson; a speech by Mrs. Gilbert Chapman broadcast in 1943 promoting the American Women's Voluntary Services; and radio and television interviews with Gilbert W. Chapman and dancer Alexandra Danilova. The interviews with Chapman were recorded from 1956 to 1962 and concern literacy and education in the United States. Notable television and radio programs represented in the collection include the Tex and Jinx television program; a Monitor radio program; and a Lee Graham television interview. Also included is the opening address (given by Mr. Chapman) of the New York Public Library 50th anniversary convocation, and a radio program featuring a story about the WNYC book festival.
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center
Contains sound recordings and other print materials and memorabilia of western cowboys, including Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Jimmie Rodgers, Eddie Dean, Roy Rogers, Tom Mix, Allan "Rocky" Lane, Fuzzy Knight, Tex Ritter and others.
Donald C. and Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center
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.
Consists of a copy of an unpublished official Army history (author unknown) containing over 50 appendices including route maps, magazine and newspaper articles, list of radio stations and other information.
Consortium Library, Archives & Manuscripts Department, University of Alaska Anchorage
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.
Contains records, 1936-1942, including scripts and related promotional literature for The World Is Yours and a file of collected information on other contemporary educational radio programs. Check repository for additional information.
Majority of collection consists of newspaper clippings compiled about various sporting events covered by Walden during his career as sports commentator for WEAN and WJAR. Also includes radio scripts which include odd sports stories and trivia.
Contains correspondence, manuscripts of Gernsback's articles, editorials, speeches and printed material, including runs of periodicals published by Gernsback and amateurs' manuals relating to electronics and radio.
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.
Science Service was a news service designed to popularize science and disseminate scientific knowledge. The collection includes materials about the CBS program, Advances in Science, 1935-1939. Check repository for partial contents.
Includes biographical material, letters, subject files, transcript of an interview of Muray's appearance on the Fleischmann's Yeast Hour, 1929, notes, writings, art works, photographs and other printed material.
Includes programs, original music scores with Jolson's songs, membership forms for the Al Jolson International Society, photographic copy prints of Jolson, a few audio and video cassettes and other Jolson papers and memorabilia.
Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute
Contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, press releases, writings, transcripts and recordings of radio broadcasts, 1939-1973, and photographs relating to anti-Nazi and anti-communist movements in the United States, American foreign policy during the Cold War and American-German relations.
The papers of the Jefferson National Bank consists of ca. 5,300 items (8 cubic boxes, 15 oversize boxes, ca. 38 linear shelf feet), ca. 1914-1998, and contains annual reports, statements of condition, histories of the Jefferson National Bank and its mergers, audio and video tapes of television and radio advertisements, posters and lobby cards of advertisements, photographs of branch banks, bank staff and events, printed fliers and brochures about bank services and products, news clippings and scrapbooks, and promotional materials such as hat, cups, and t-shirts..
Sounds and Other
Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Contains original musical scores and arrangements, photographs of Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra at all stages of the band's career, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks documenting the band's performance history and reception by both critics and the public over time. Also includes audio tapes of CLO recordings and interviews with band associates, phonograph records of original CLO recordings and other recordings of big band music.
Include speeches, radio program materials, publications and teaching materials prepared in her role as an extension specialist in child development and family life at Oregon State College and Iowa State University.
Consists primarily of scripts written by members of the Hollywood Writers Mobilization during World War II and political speeches and spots written for the California Democratic Party in 1946 and for Henry Wallace's 1948 Progressive Party presidential campaign. See online finding aid for list of scripts.
Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research
Contains writings, broadcast transcripts, correspondence, printed matter, phonorecords and photographs relating to politics, communism, internal security and anti-communist movements in the United States and to politics and communism in China and elsewhere.