Re: Radio archives?

Rhonda Rosen (scoutzmom@yahoo.com)
Thu, 5 Sep 2002 16:58:47 -0700 (PDT)

What about the Museum of Television and Radio in NYC
and Los Angeles? http://www.mtr.org/

Rhonda Rosen
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles

--- John Streepy <John.Streepy@cwu.EDU> wrote:
> If I remember right, Washington State University in
> Pullman has an archive of radio programs. Your
> acquantance might want to get in contact with them,
> they may be interested or know of a good place to
> donate them to.
>
> John Streepy
> Library Media Circulation
> Central Washington University Library
> Ellensburg, WA 98926
>
> >>> LA@newsreel.org 09/04/02 03:06PM >>>
>
> An acquaintance has an historic collection of 10,000
> (sic!) 1/4" reel to
> reel tapes of radio shows from around the world.
>
> >From radio dramas with Vincent Price to music of
> the Maori people, to
> recordings of Babe Ruth and Gen. MacArthur, to, get
> this, War Songs of
> the Third Reich, recorded live 1939-1945 and sung by
> Musik Corps & the
> Wacht Batallion of Berlin. All of it indexed.
>
> He wants to donate them to a public archives. I am
> soliciting your
> suggestions for him. Any ideas?
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Larry Adelman
> California Newsreel
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