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Radio broadcasting--United States--History

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bertie Badger Moyers Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 1987-005
Scope and Contents

The collection includes stories, serial rights, radio rights and scripts, and lyrics written by Bertie Badger Moyers. The radio and serial rights and scripts form the bulk of the collection and date from the early 1920s. Also included, is one book entitled Motion Picture Studio Directory and Trade Annual, in which there is an entry for Ms. Moyers on page 324.

Dates: Created: 1916-1964

Dr. Thomas William Hoffer Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2008-024
Abstract

Professional and personal files of Dr. Thomas William Hoffer, documenting his prolific and creative activities in animation studies, broadcasting, communication education, and documentary production.

Dates: Created: 1920-2005

Edward L. Herp papers

 Collection — Single Folder Collections - 1997 Box 3, Folder: 97.0067 - Folder 1
Identifier: 97.0067
Scope and Contents

The Edward L. Herp papers document Captain Edward Herp's time spent as a radio operator for the 321st Fighter Control Squadron of the 9th Air Force for the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. The collection contains an oral history, various photographs, the bulk of them taken at the Buchenwald concentration camp, a letter discussing the photographs, personal documents, postcards, and other items that illustrate his service in Great Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, and Czechoslovakia. Also in the oral history, Herp discusses his time spent working at Florida State University for WFSU-TV and as a professor of television production.

Dates: Created: 1942-1998; Other: Majority of material found in 1942-1945; Other: Date acquired: 04/20/1998

Radio Scripts

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 76-23
Scope and Contents This collection consists mostly of pre-television radio scripts. The war programs are particularly significant in any study of propaganda and give an aspect in the study of broadcasting of this period. The majority of the scripts are from the Writer's War Board, but there are also others by Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Broadcast Music Inc., R C A Victor Records, Thesarus Program Continuity Service, and an episode of Mr. Sycamore, a 30 minute radio comedy-drama produced during the 1940s. There are also program brochures prepared by the Educational Department of the Mutual Broadcasting System about programs for young people and public interest programs. Also included in the...
Dates: Created: 1942-1955