Ohio State University
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
These are recordings of a radio program series called "Exploring Kentucky." The purpose of the program was to advertise the historical and natural tourist attractions of Kentucky. The narrator takes the listener on an imagined journey throughout the state, explaining and describing places of interest along the way, such as the Cumberland Gap and Abraham Lincoln's birthplace
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
These motion picture sound tracks were commercially or privately produced ober a period of some fifty years. Titles are representations of all the major studios and film composers from the 1930's to the 1990's
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
4 phonograph records, one labeled "I'm an American", Station W.J.Z., February 1, 1942, and the rest unidentified
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This collection contains recordings of the Cavalcade of America radio programs sponsored by the DuPont Company. The recordings range in date from 1932 through 1957, and consist of over 2,900 phonograph albums, approximately 500 sound tape reels, 6 sound cassettes and one scrapbook. The phonographs include most of the broadcasts from 1935 to 1952 and each broadcast is made up of two phonograph albums, Part I & II, each episode is approximately twenty-five minutes
New York State Historical Documents
Speech by President Weld; commencement hymn and other material; student songs and cheers; and speech by Pauline Jones
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The Cavalcade of America was an anthology drama radio program which aired weekly from 1935 to 1953. The radio show was sponsored by the DuPont Company, a chemical company, which began as a manufacturer of gunpowder in 1802. The DuPont Company created the Cavalcade of America as a promotional tool. The program dramatized historical events focusing on individual stories of heroism, and occasionally presented a musical performance. This collection contains recordings of most of the show's episodes and consists of over 2,900 phonograph albums, approximately 500 sound tape reels, 6 sound cassettes and one scrapbook.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The Cavalcade of America was an anthology drama radio program which aired weekly from 1935 to 1953. The radio show was sponsored by the DuPont Company, a chemical company, which began as a manufacturer of gunpowder in 1802. The DuPont Company created the Cavalcade of America as a promotional tool. The program dramatized historical events focusing on individual stories of heroism, and occasionally presented a musical performance. This collection contains recordings of most of the show's episodes and consists of over 2,900 phonograph albums, approximately 500 sound tape reels, 6 sound cassettes and one scrapbook.
Wheaton College - Buswell Library
Phonograph records of BGEA crusades and special programs -- BGEA recordings consist of messages by Billy Graham and Leighton Ford, music by George Beverly Shea, crusade choirs, various team members and musical guests. One album entitled OUR FAMILY FAVORITES contains personal message by Billy Graham and musical selections by several artists. Albums not related to the BGEA include messages by Don Hillis, Hubert Mitchell and Barry Moore. This collection is one of several which form the Records of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association