A Resource Guide to the Golden Age of Radio

A Resource Guide to the Golden Age of Radio

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The first ever guide to 3, 800 primary and seconary sources that explore radio's contribution to America's cultural heritage.Index integrates separate listings in Special Collections, Bibliography and Internet chapters and can be searched by program title, person or subject.Contains a range of materials, including clippings, promotional brochures, pamphlets and market data. ... Contains correspondence, speeches and articles written by Crutchfield, including some material from Crutchfielda#39;s 44 year career ... A collection of over 30, 000 radio verifications, a.k.a. aquot;QSLa#39;s, aquot; (from the Morse code symbol aquot;Q-S-Laquot; for aquot;I acknowledge receiptaquot;). ... Papers document the work Dorrance did for FM Broadcasters, Inc. (FMBI), the Office ofWar Information (OWI) and theanbsp;...

Title:A Resource Guide to the Golden Age of Radio
Author: Susan Siegel
Publisher: - 2006

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