Contains correspondence, radio scripts and speeches and research material related to Hansl's career as program supervisor, 1939-1940, for the series Women in the Making of America broadcast in cooperation with the WPA's Federal Theatre Radio Division, Gallant American Women, and Womanpower, 1943-1944.
Papers of Dore Schary, a playwright, motion picture executive, and activist in Jewish and liberal political causes documenting both his personal and professional life. Included are general correspondence; microfilmed scrapbooks; scripts and production material for plays and motion pictures; records pertaining to MGM; non-dramatic writings, speeches (many in recorded form), and an autobiography and a family memoir; home movies and photographs; correspondence, reports, lists, financial records, and speeches from his tenure as national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League and subject files on other organizations with which he was involved such as the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Jewish Committee, and the Democratic Party; and personal and biographical information. Documentation in the production files varies but may include correspondence, notes, variant drafts of scripts, clippings, financial records, publicity, stills, designs, and casting information. Records of Schary's years as executive producer, studio head, and vice-president at MGM include reports of executive meetings, correspondence and memoranda, and scattered financial reports. Also present are papers pertaining to the career of Schary's wife Miriam, painter M. Svet. The collection is arranged in four parts: the Original Collection, the 1968 Additions, the 1977 Additions, and the 1981 Additions. The Original Collection dates 1923-1962 and is organized in these categories: Biographical and Personal Material, General Files, General Writings, and Production Files. The 1968 Additions date 1933-1952 and consist of Production Files only. The 1977 Additions date circa 1920-1980 (though primarily 1956-1977) and again contain Biographical and Personal Material, General Files, General Writings, and Production Files, as well as a new category, Anti-Defamation League Files. Finally, the 1981 Additions date 1924-1980 (primarily 1974-1980) and include the same categories as the 1977 Additions plus a separate category for Disc Recordings. The Original Collection includes other disc recordings, and tape recordings are present in all but the 1968 additions. Some records are present only in microfilm format.
Still image, Two-dimensional moving image, and Spoken word
Acetate open reel tape, Lacquer disc, Pressed LP disc, Photographic print, and Microfilm
74.2 c.f. (203 archives boxes, 1 record center carton, and 1 flat box), 37 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 26 tape recordings, 231 disc recordings, 55 reels of film, and photographs
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.
Includes scripts, interviews, clippings, photographs and other material related to Biggar's career in radio. The collection offers some insight into the formative years of radio, especially the material related to the National Barn Dance and WLS, Chicago. Papers also cover Biggar's work at WLW, Cincinnati and WLBK, DeKalb, IL. Also includes other papers.
Includes research files for broadcasts, 1937-1966, and sound recordings used in broadcasts and other professional and personal papers. A second collection includes post 1966 correspondence and other material.
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.
Collection of materials from over 150 unions spanning the decades from the 1920s through the 1980s. The majority of the material comes from unions active in the Southern California area, including the Radio Writers Guild, Screen Writers Guild and AFTRA.
Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research
Includes scripts for radio announcements and advertisements, 1930-1985. Also includes sheet music for the radio jingles, "I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream," "Oh My, Eskimo Pie," and "New Eskimo Pie on a Stick" and a photograph of Don Ameche.
The collection contains the records pertaining to the business and operational aspects of Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians as well as the business records of Fred Waring's America. Includes business correspondence, tours, financial records, legal papers, workshops, radio shows, television shows, photographs, and fan mail.
Notated music and Performed music
Pressed 78rpm disc, Lacquer disc, Metal disc, and Digital Audio Tape (DAT)
159 Cubic Feet (51 linear feet + 1100 Digital Audio Tapes)
The Eberly Family Special Collections Library, Penn State University Libraries
Includes biographical clippings, programs, press notices and personal memorabilia concerning Toomey's life and career as a soprano known for her work in light opera, oratorio, concerts, radio and television.
Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute
Includes office files, audio tapes, administration and project files as well as information on radio in Ohio and the U.S. A second WOSU collection includes over 2,000 phonograph records of broadcasts, l 930s-l 940s.
Contains correspondence, speeches, program scripts, publicity photos and articles primarily concerning her career which included narrating The Woman Reporter and Woman's Page of the Air. Cumming played the role of Betty Crocker, an advertising agent for General Mills, on radio and television. Papers concerning her Betty Crocker role consist mainly of promotional literature and speeches.
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.
Contains correspondence, scrapbooks, financial papers and other papers, including a script for Art in a Democracy, a symposium presented by the Federal Theatre Project in New York City, and three 7" untranscribed tapes of an interview of Bry and Philip Evergood for an Art in a Democracy broadcast on WQXR, New York City, April 29, 1938.
Includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, speeches, writings and other printed matter relating to international relations, international education and the role of radio and television in education.
The Agnes Moorehead Papers, 1923-1974, include material, mainly scripts, on her work as an actress. They are organized in the categories Radio, Motion Pictures, Television, and Theatre. There are also 104 scrapbooks, whose contents overlap the materials in the other series and include all Moorehead's correspondence (including greeting cards for all occasions), clippings, programs, photographs, and miscellany, 1928-1973. In addition, the collection includes files of materials submitted to Moorehead for her review but rejected by her, and miscellany. This collection extensively documents Moorehead's exceptional career, in which she was continuously employed as an actress, often in several media simultaneously, for forty-five years.
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.
Records document the establishment and functioning of the KOAC public radio and television stations at Oregon Agricultural College (Oregon State University). Includes administrative records, radio scripts and programs and sound recordings.
This collection consists chiefly of correspondence, proceedings, manuscripts of speeches, registration cards, news letters manuscripts, and clippings. Correspondents include: Everett Ross Clinchy, Fred Essery, Frank Fuller, Henry (Harry) Augustus Garfield, Frank S. Hopkins, Edwin L. James, Charles Gilmore Maphis, William Emmet Moore, and John Sharp Williams.
Sounds and Other
There seems to be a box of reel to reel tape but it isn’t clear if these are for broadcasts or simply deal with the issue of broadcasting.
Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Consists of office files of individuals, correspondence, minutes, reports, photographs, scripts of radio programs and spots, sermons preached on the air, articles, addresses and staff papers about religious broadcasting. Includes papers relating to The Protestant Hour.
Records of the Office of University Information, including transcripts of radio shows, some of which were broadcast on WNYC on various educational topics, 1960s-1970s, including the Let's Go To Class series.
Letters and cards from thirty-seven (37) states, Canada and Puerto Rico acknowledging reception of radio stations, W5XA and KWEA. The collection contains photographs, some broadcast news articles on "Paul the Radio Man," in the 1930s and some in the 1960s and a few items on KWKH and W. K. Henderson. It also includes correspondence, photographs and new articles on the Experimental Television Stations W9XX,W5XX and W5CBU. There are about 100 photographs of persons involved with the stations and views of the studio and equipment.
Text, Still image, and Other
Open reel tape, Photographic print, and Text document
1.5 linear feet
Noel Memorial Library, Northwest Louisiana Archives at LSUS
Contains bound scripts for serial radio programs, 1929-1941, including 44 volumes of The Lone Ranger, 1932-1937, 63 volumes of The Green Hornet, 1936-1941, and The Crimson Fang. Also includes a case history of the filming of The Lone Ranger for Republic Studios and taped interviews with Lee Trent, 1970, and Paul Harris, 1973, regarding radio performances of The Lone Ranger and other serials for WEBR in the 1930s.