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WSYR Collection

An description of the collection at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: WSYR (Radio station : Syracuse, N.Y.)
Title: WSYR Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1930-1981
Quantity: 14 linear ft.
Abstract: Audiorecordings (78 and 33 RPM instantaneous discs and reel to reel tapes) and files from Syracuse radio station WSYR.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

WSYR (570AM) is one of the oldest radio stations in the Syracuse, NY area. First broadcast on September 15, 1922 as WMAC in Cazenovia, NY, the station moved to Syracuse in 1928 and changed its call sign to WSYR. The station has long hosted local news and entertainment programming. For many years. it was the flagship station for broadcasts of Syracuse University football and men's basketball games.

The collection was donated by Alan Milair, a long-time broadcaster on WSYR. Best known for his 16-year stint as host of "Monster Movie Matinee," Mr. Milair served as a news anchor and weatherman, a talk show host, and as host of "Music Just For You" along with several classical music programs.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The WSYR Collection contains audiorecordings and files from the Syracuse, NY radio station.

Audiorecordings contains original recordings made either directly from NBC or Mutual radio feeds, or made for broadcast by WSYR, between 1939 and 1957. The collection largely consists of news broadcasts and speeches. The format is primarily 78 and 33 RPM instantaneous disc recordings, along with 176 reel to reel tapes. Many important events and public figures of the era are recorded on these broadcasts.

Files consists mostly of advertising logs (local and national), and detailed broadcast notes for more than forty years of programming. Also in this series are material relating to a dedicatory dinner for Syracuse University's Newhouse School honoring Samuel I. Newhouse, printed programs for WSYR's "Concert Hall" series, and assorted other items.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Audiorecordings are in chronological order, as they were received from the donor, but are listed alphabetically in the inventory below for ease of location of a particular title. Files are arranged alphabetically; original folder titles were retained, where present.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Access to recordings requires advance notice to produce a use copy.

The majority of our archival and manuscript collections are housed offsite and require advanced notice for retrieval. Researchers are encouraged to contact us in advance concerning the collection material they wish to access for their research.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Acheson, Dean, 1893-1971.
Aldrich, Henry R. (Henry Ray), 1891-
Arnold, Henry Harley, 1886-1950.
Arnold,Jackson D.
Attlee, C. R. (Clement Richard), 1883-1967.
Avila Camacho, Manuel, 1897-1955.
Baker, Bonnie.
Baker, Ernest Albert, 1869-
Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956.
Bernthal, M.
Bernthal, Murray.
Borguionni,, Charles.
Bradley, Bill.
Brendler, Charles, 1898-1965.
Brinkley, David.
Brown, Glenn.
Brownell, Herbert, 1904-1996.
Burton, Howard, 1888-
Byrne, JP.
Carmichael, Stokely, 1941-1998.
Caruso, Guy.
Cassidy, Henry C. (Henry Clarence), 1910-1988
Cecil, Robert E.
Chamberlain, Neville, 1869-1940.
Chaplin, W. W. (William Watts), 1895-
Chiang, May-ling Soong, 1897-2003.
Chilton, Ruth.
Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965.
Clarke, Andy, -1948.
Clinton, Larry, 1909-1985.
Cole, Ned.
Cook, Joe.
Corcoran, Thomas.
Cramer, Lynn.
Cunningham, David.
Cuomo, Mario Matthew.
D'Amato, Alfonse.
Daladier, Edouard, 1884-1970.
Daver, Dan.
Daver, Don.
DeBernardis.
Delaski, Preston.
Denis, Elmer Conrad, 1920-
Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund), 1902-1971.
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870.
Diller, LeGrande A.
Doolittle, James Harold, 1896-1993.
Doubleday, Bob.
Dowdell, Dennis.
Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959.
Eden, Anthony, Earl of Avon, 1897-1977.
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
Ekins, H. R. (Herbert Roslyn), 1901-
Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1926-
Everett, Bill.
Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006.
Frederick, Pauline.
Frizell, Bernard.
Frost, David, 1939-2013.
Gallagher, Joe.
Gates, Chester.
Geiger, Ray.
George VI, King of Great Britain, 1895-1952.
Giraud, Henri, 1879-1949.
Goralski, Robert.
Gray, John.
Göring, Hermann, 1893-1946.
Harkness, Richard, 1907-1977.
Heur, ---.
Hillegar, Fred.
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945.
Hobart, Charles.
Hocut, Charlie.
Hoffman, Dick.
Holley, Adele, 1887-1970.
Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972.
Hopkins, Harry L. (Harry Lloyd), 1890-1946.
Houston, Monty.
Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955.
Jeske, Fred.
Johnson, Bess.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.
Jones, Jack, 1884-1970.
Jordan, Max.
Keanse, Edward.
Kettering, Charles Franklin, 1876-1958.
Knauer, Virginia H.
Knox, Frank, 1874-1944.
La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Fiorello Henry), 1882-1947.
Lang Thompson Orchestra.
Leahy, William D.
Lehman, Herbert H. (Herbert Henry), 1878-1963.
Levine, Irving R.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974.
Lindsey, Jake William.
MacArthur, Douglas, 1880-1964.
MacVane, John.
Mariness, Joel.
Marshall, George C. (George Catlett), 1880-1959.
Mary, Queen, consort of George V, King of Great Britain, 1867-1953.
Massey, Raymond.
Milair, Alan.
Mink, Patsy T., 1927-2002.
Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich, 1890-1986.
Morgan, Henry, 1915-1994.
Morris, Keith, 1919-1992.
Mueller, Merrill.
Murphy, Ed.
Mussolini, Benito, 1883-1945.
Newhouse, Samuel I.
Nimitz, Chester W. (Chester William), 1885-1966.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.
Osmeña, Sergio, 1878-1961.
Ottoway, Floyd.
Paley, William C.
Patrick, Keith.
Patton, George S. (George Smith), 1885-1945.
Pedder, Donald.
Pines, Philip A.
Purdy, Bill.
Ranking, Evelyn.
Reagan, Michael, 1945-
Reed, Kerid.
Rich, John, 1917-
Ridgway, Matthew B. (Matthew Bunker), 1895-1993.
Roberts, George.
Rogers, Roy, 1911-1998.
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
Rothbaum, Bill.
Russel, Kay.
Russel, Russ.
Santoro, Olivio.
Schultz, Bernice.
Shaw, Robert.
Smith, A. Merriman, 1913-1970.
Smith, Carleton, 1910-1984.
Smith, Malcolm.
Smuts, Jan Christiaan, 1870-1950.
Stalin, Joseph, 1878-1953.
Stapleton, Bernard.
Stettinius, Edward R., Jr. (Edward Reilly), 1900-1949.
Stevens, Bill.
Stevenson, Adlai E. (Adlai Ewing), 1900-1965.
Stimson, Henry L. (Henry Lewis), 1867-1950.
Swing, Raymond, 1887-1968.
Thompson, Lang.
Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.
Tucker, Orrin.
Tuckner, Howard.
Vadeboncoeur, E. R.
Wahl, Jim.
Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew, 1883-1953.
Wallace, Lurleen, 1926-1968.
Walters, Barbara, 1931-
Waring, Fred, 1900-1984.
Webb, Janet.
Wheaton, Charles.
Whitney, Fay.
Wicks, Arthur H., 1887-
Wilder, Harry C.
Willkie, Wendell L. (Wendell Lewis), 1892-1944.
Winant, John G. (John Gilbert), 1889-1947.
Witney, Bob.

Corporate Bodies

Baltimore Orioles (American Association : Baseball team)
Cleveland Orchestra.
Milwaukee Braves (Baseball team)
New York Yankees (Baseball team)
Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball team)
San Francisco Giants (Baseball team)
WSYR (Radio station : Syracuse, N.Y.)

Subjects

News radio stations -- New York (State) -- Syracuse.
Radio broadcasting -- New York (State) -- Syracuse.
Radio broadcasting of sports.
Radio programs.

Places

Syracuse (N.Y.)

Genres and Forms

78 rpm records.
Audiotapes.
Correspondence.
Logs (records)
Long-playing records.
Photographs.
Press kits.
Programs (documents)
Radio programs.
Sound recordings.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

WSYR Collection,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Alan Milair.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: BMF
Date: 7 May 2015
Revision history: 07 Aug 2017 - audio recording inventory added (PJM); 22 Sep 2017 - manuscripts material processed added (MRC); 7 Jun 2019 - recordings updated, edited for consistency (MRC); 3 Oct 2019 - minor post-digitization updates to descriptions of 7 items; added altformavail link to SCRC Online (MRC)

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Inventory

Note on alternate formats:

Approximately a third of the recordings, more than 400 items, has been digitized and is available in the WSYR Collection in SCRC Online, our digital portal.

Audiorecordings
Note on alternate formats: Approximately a third of the recordings, more than 400 items, has been digitized and is available in the WSYR Collection in SCRC Online, our digital portal.
Box 56 1. Lyndon Johnson - Vietnam War; 2. Richard Nixon - Campaign Speech 03/31/1968; 09/19/1968 - includes order from George E. Davis, Manager Sales Traffic, NBC Radio Network to WSYR and other radio stations to broadcast Political program on behalf of the Nixon-Agnew Campaign committee (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 15:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_973)
1. President Lyndon B. Johnson - Progress of Vietnam War, Speech with Surprise Announcement of his Not Being Available for 1968 Presidential Nomination; 2. Richard Nixon - Campaign Speech. Topic: What the President Should Mean
Box 52 1000 - C Beautiful Music (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_930)
Box 11 1936 World Series - New York Yankees vs. New York Giants - Game III - Tape 1 of 1 10/03/1936 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_458)
Box 11 1957 World Series - New York Yankees vs. Milwaukee Braves Game #7 - Tape II of III 10/10/1957 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 36:39) (ID#: wsyr_radio_459)
Box 11 1957 World Series - New York Yankees vs. Milwaukee Braves Game #7 - Tape III of III 10/10/1957 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 52:41) (ID#: wsyr_radio_460)
Box 31 1957 World Series Yankees vs. Milwaukee Game 6 (part 1 of 3) 10/09/1957; 12/14/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 51:22) (ID#: wsyr_radio_674)
Box 31 1957 World Series Yankees vs. Milwaukee Game 6 (part 2 of 3) 10/09/1957 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 54:12) (ID#: wsyr_radio_675)
Box 31 1957 World Series Yankees vs. Milwaukee Game 6 (part 3 of 3) 10/09/1957 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:14) (ID#: wsyr_radio_676)
Box 31 1957 World Series Yankees vs. Milwaukee Game 7 (part 1 of 3) 10/10/1957 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 70:47) (ID#: wsyr_radio_677)
Box 31 1960 World Series Classics Pittsburgh Pirates vs. New York Yankees Game 7 (part 1 of 3) 10/13/1960 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 52:22) (ID#: wsyr_radio_678)
Box 31 1960 World Series Classics Pittsburgh Pirates vs. New York Yankees Game 7 (part 2 of 3) 10/13/1960 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 56:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_679)
Box 31 1960 World Series Classics Pittsburgh Pirates vs. New York Yankees Game 7 (part 3 of 3) 10/13/1960 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 58:07) (ID#: wsyr_radio_680)
Box 32 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 5 (part 1 of 3) 10/10/1962; 07/31/1981 - includes Budweiser Commercial; note on reel reads: "NBC recording on Ampex No. 2 only. For daily NBC recording only." (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 44:18) (ID#: wsyr_radio_681)
Box 32 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 5 (part 2 of 3); John Gray Show, Program 43 10/10/1962; 05/21/1979; 07/29/1981 - tape ends at end of 6th inning; additional information in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 53:38) (ID#: wsyr_radio_682)
Box 32 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 5 (part 3 of 3); WSYR AM on Air 10/10/1962; 04/07/1978; 07/31/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 57:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_683)
Box 32 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 6 (part 1 of 3) 10/15/1962; 07/29/1981; 07/31/1981 - tape ends after 4th inning (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 60:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_684)
Box 32 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 6 (part 2 of 3) 10/15/1962; 07/31/1981; 08/01/1981 - tape ends after 8th inning (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 57:52) (ID#: wsyr_radio_685)
Box 32 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 6 (part 3 of 3) 10/15/1962; 07/30/1981; 08/01/1981 - tape ends with NBC chimes (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 9:23) (ID#: wsyr_radio_686)
Box 32 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 7 (part 1 of 3) 10/16/1962; 08/02/1981 - tape ends at end of 3rd inning (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 52:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_687)
Box 33 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 7 (part 2 of 3) 10/16/1962; 08/02/1981 - tape ends at end of 7th inning (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 59:33) (ID#: wsyr_radio_688)
Box 33 1962 World Series Yankees vs. Giants Game 7 (part 3 of 3) 10/16/1962; 08/02/1981 - tape ends with NBC chimes (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 47:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_689)
Box 33 1965 World Series Dodgers vs. Twins Game 7 (part 1 of 3) 10/14/1965; 08/07/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 57:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_690)
Box 33 1965 World Series Dodgers vs. Twins Game 7 (part 2 of 3) 10/14/1965; 08/07/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 49:52) (ID#: wsyr_radio_691)
Box 33 1965 World Series Dodgers vs. Twins Game 7 (part 3 of 3) 10/14/1965; 08/07/1981; 10/19 and 10/20 [no year] (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 47:06) (ID#: wsyr_radio_692)
Box 56 1968 Presidential Election: Concession, Acceptance Statements by Nixon, Humphrey, Agnew. 11/06/1968 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_974)
Box 13 1971 World Series - Game 7 - Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates - Tape 2 of 3 10/17/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 50:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_469)
Box 33 1971 World Series Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh Game 7 (part 1 of 3) 10/17/1971; 02/26/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 56:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_693)
Box 33 1971 World Series Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh Game 7 (part 3 of 3) 10/17/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_694)
Box 15 1972 LeMoyne College Commencement - WSYR 1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_493)
Box 13 1972 Tip Off Achievement Awards Dinner 03/17/1972 - Bill Everett, Announcer; at Hotel Syracuse. (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_471)
Box 53 2000 - S Beautiful Music (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_931)
Oversize 3 4th Anniversary of the invasion of Poland by Hitler, part 1, fragment; B- Winston Churchill at Quebec/ the citadel, part 3 of 3 08/31/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_026)
5 Star Generals - General [Jackson D.] Arnold (part 2), General [Douglas] MacAuther [sic]; Foreign Commisar [sic] Molotov (and translation) 05/08/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_256)
5 Star Generals - General Marshall, General Eisenhower (parts 2 and 4); Mrs. Roosevelt 05/08/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_257)
5 Star Generals and Admirals: Admiral [William D.] Leahy (part 1 - Victory over Germany); 5 Star Generals - Admiral [Ernest] King, [Chester W.] Nimitz, General [Jackson D.] Arnold (part 3) 05/08/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_252)
Box 11 A "Theatre Of The Mind" Production - "Love’s Savage Winds" - Episode 1 (1/2 inch audio tape; running time 17:42) (ID#: wsyr_radio_455)
Box 15 "A Christmas Carol" - Adaptation Of Dickens by Kerid Reed 12/24/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 27:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_490)
Box 19 A Day in the Life of Chester Gates 04/24/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_549)
(Open -- this will replace the TV open) On July first... one of the largest service organizations in Syracuse will mark a first... a first for the black community... and a first for the Syracuse Rotary. On that day... 63 year old Chester Gates will take over as president of the Syracuse Rotary... a post no black man has ever held. (Announcer) A Day In The Life Of Chester Gates... a presentation of WSYR Toatal News ... reported and produced by Jim Kenyon.
Box 55 A Day in the Life of Dr. Melvin Beard 07/16/1976; 07/25/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_957)
Box 55 A Tribute to Senator John Hughes (Percent grant from Onondaga) 10/14/1972 - local news intro fragment; no opening and closing; Fred Hillegar, narrator; George S. Sullivan; T. Elmer Bean Bogardis (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_956)
Oversize 7 A-Eisenhower Victory speech; Stevenson Concession speech - note on label reads: "Starts- I have Twice had that..., ends - Demons ..." (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_038)
Eisenhower introduced by Vice President Nixon, Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington D. C.; Stevenson speech, Conrad Hilton Hotel, Grand Ballroom
Box 23 Aaronson Auditorium (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_604)
Box 52 Abraham Lincoln Program 02/12/1974 - note on label reads "To: Alan Milair -WSYR. O. C. C. - classes with credits- Richard A Cobb" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 9:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_918)
Acme Christmas Program; President Eisenhower - Talk to the Nation 12/25/1953; 01/04/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_416)
Oversize 13 Adlai Stevenson at the Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_089)
Oversize 15 Adlai Stevenson on Foreign Policy 02/26/1953 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_099)
Oversize 11 Adlai Stevenson speech, parts 1 and 2 09/15/1953 - at Chicago, Civic Opera House; closes with NBC Chimes (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_070)
Adolf Hitler (number 5 - ends of English translation); Adolf Hitler (number 5 - ends Hitler talking) 10/06/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_129)
Adolf Hitler (number 6); BBC News (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_131)
Box 59 Air Check of Civil Disorders on WSYR (part 3) 08/18 [no year] (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1022)
Box 25 Alan Milair Audition - announcing and use of his voice; Syracuse Community Health Center spots (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_632)
Box 15 Alan Milair Birthday 03/01/1969 - Made at WSYR: Floyd O’Howay, Myron Levy, Carl Silfer. (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_484)
Box 14 Alan Milair Show - daytime with commercials and closing theme 07/01/1966 - Bill Everett does an I.D. Partial Show. (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_480)
Allied Generals - Patton (part 3); Harry Hopkins 05/08/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_258)
Always, song by Bill Stevens (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_435)
American forum of Air - Communism in churches (parts 1 and 2) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_365)
1947, American forum of the air, NBC program. YWCA commercial, Frank Blair - mediator. Side 1 ends with: "pertainant", side 2 starts with "overlap". Speakers - Bishop Garfield Bromley Oxnam, Rev. Donald Jackson. Ends with next week program
Box 25 Americans with handicaps (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 2:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_625)
1 & 2 - Control data Corp.; 3 & 4 - United Engineers; 5 & 6 - East Wind Group
Arrival - Vadeboncoeur and Wheaton; [second side unknown] 07/12/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_321)
Arrival of Corporal Hickox at Hancock airport; [unknown] 05/13/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_410)
Box 51 Audio of TV Ladies Day morning show, following Kay Russell’s death (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_914)
Oversize 17 Audition, Alan Milair, part 1 - B - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_081)
Box 20 Australian Almanac - WSYR (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_563)
Box 52 Australian Almanac 17 Jul 1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_927)
"This program is sent to you through the courtesy of the Australian Information Service. It is compiled and edited by Terry Hughes, an Australian broadcaster." 1 - Dudley Carter, World Champion Gum Leaf player, gives an example of his unusual talent on location in the local pub; 2 - Interview with Thomas Kinneally, one of Australia’s foremost novelists, and author of Confederates, a novel about the American Civil War; set in Virginia in 1862, it has received wide acclaim; 3 - Iris Anderson is a blush nurse for many of the orphaned and injured animals which inhabit Australia’s bush; 4 - John Hutchinson is and Australian bird call collector with some of the most unique and best recorded bird calls in existence
Box 15 Barbara Walters interview with Mrs. George Wallace 06/02/1972 - used w/ "WSYR Womens’ World" (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_494)
Box 23 Baseball game fragments - Yankees vs. Brewers (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_605)
Box 55 Ben Schwartzwalder Talks Football 09/09/1971; 09/12/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_964)
[Benito] Mussolini - "Italian declaration of war"; NBC News Roundup (part 2) 06/09/1940; 06/10/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_137)
Bernard "Bud" Stapleton - Vadeboncoeur; Keepsake (3B) 10/02/1945; 1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_284)
A - WSYR program: Stapleton - Tokyo story and homecoming. He was also an announcer ate WSYR. First flag raising on Tokyo, first landing by air in Japan, first entry into Tokyo. B - "Keepsake Time" - 2 cuts: 1 - song "If I love you" from Carousel; 2 - song "All of my life". Keepsake diamond rings".
Box 58 Bicentennial Facts and Legends, Hosted by John Warner Episodes 1 thru 5 - Warner was Administrator of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration; box 1 of 6 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1003)
Box 58 Bicentennial Facts and Legends, Hosted by John Warner Episodes 1 thru 5 02/14/1976; 02/15/1976; 02/22/1976 - Warner was Administrator of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration; box 2 of 6; note on the label reads "Cuts: 1, 2, 3 used 02/14-15/1976; 4, 5 use 02/22/1976" (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1004)
Box 58 Bicentennial Facts and Legends, Hosted by John Warner Episodes 11 thru 14 - Warner was Administrator of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration; box 3 of 6 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 19:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1005)
11: John Adams (5:00); 12: The Events of Independence (5:00); 13: George Washington (5:00); 14: Blacks and The Bicentennial (4:45)
Box 58 Bicentennial Facts and Legends, Hosted by John Warner Episodes 15 thru 18 - Warner was Administrator of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration; box 4 of 6 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 19:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1006)
15: Deborah Sampson (5:00); 16: John Honeyman (5:00); 17: Medicine and the Revolution (4:45); 18: Unsung Heroes (5:00)
Box 58 Bicentennial Facts and Legends, Hosted by John Warner Episodes 19 thru 22 - Warner was Administrator of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration; box 5 of 6 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 20:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1007)
19: Patriotic Songs (5:00); 20: Haym Solomon (5:00); 21: The Bicentennial (5:00); 22: John Marshall (5:00)
Box 58 Bicentennial Facts and Legends, Hosted by John Warner Episodes 27 thru 30 06/26/1976 - Warner was Administrator of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration; box 6 of 6 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 20:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1008)
27: Boston Tea Party, 06/26/1976 (5:00); 28: Inventions (5:00); 29: Statue of Liberty, 06/26/1976,(5:00); 30: Andrew Carnegie (5:00)
Bill Rothrum[?] at "The Dentist" (part 2) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_436)
Box 23 Bishop Hines Sermon on the Diocese’s Sesquicentennial (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_596)
Box 36 Black College Choirs 02/16/1977; 02/20/1977 - includes scripts (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 54:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_713)
Special program on behalf of the United Negro College Fund: Wednesday 2/16/77; 8:05-9 PM; (repeat) Sunday 2/20/77; 5:05-3 PM. United Negro College Fund is a non-profit organization that conducts fundraising campaigns in order to raise money for operating expenses of 41 predominantly black colleges and universities.
Box 25 Blossom Music Festival, Cleveland Orchestra, radio spots - two radio spot advertisements (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_626)
Box 58 Bockman (30 seconds spot) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 0:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1002)
Box 23 Bonneville Broadcasting: Sounds of Sinatra, promos and logos (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_606)
Box 53 Bonneville Program Services: Adult Programming: Program I and II (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_933)
Box 23 Bresee Chevrolet spots with music beds for voiceovers (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_607)
Box 59 Buy George Campaign 10/27/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1024)
Box 25 Campaign for Human Development PSA’s, Bishop David Cunningham, Diocese of Syracuse - 3 cuts, Sunday, Nov. 19 donation, Alan Milair, announcer (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_627)
Captain John Swift interview; [illegible] 01/06/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_391)
Chamberlain resignation 05/10/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_122)
Charles Kettering, part 3; E. R. Vadeboncoeur and WSYR radio news 04/27/1949; 05/07/1949 - opening of the Thompson Road Campus Science and Engineering. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_004)
Side 1: "Charles Kettering", Part III; Side 2: "E. R. Vadeboncoeur, WSYR radio news", 05/07/1949
Charles Kettering, parts 1 and 5 04/27/1949 - opening of the Thompson Road Campus Science and Engineering - College of Applied Science (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_002)
Side 1: "Charles Kettering", Part I; Side 2: "Charles Kettering", Part V
Charles Kettering, parts 2 and 4 04/27/1949 - opening of the Thompson Road Campus Science and Engineering - College of Applied Science (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_003)
Side 1: "Charles Kettering", Part II; Side 2: "Charles Kettering", Part IV
Box 13 Christmas Eve in Syracuse 12/24/1976 - includes script (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 45:41) (ID#: wsyr_radio_472)
Box 47 Christmas Message, Bishop Ned Cole (1) 12/21/1970 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 4:12) (ID#: wsyr_radio_860)
Oversize 2 Christmas Piece 12/24/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_015)
torn label, visible portion says "dman Christmas Piece, For WSYR, Part 1 of 1". A - Art Feldman, host interviews U. S. military members in London, England. Christmas message to Syracuse, N. Y. for WSYR
Box 52 Christmas Special: Music from NORAD (North American Air Defense Command) - note in box reads "Tommy Dorsey, original 78’s (left channel) only" (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_929)
Churchill - Fill before speech (part 1); Churchill (introduction by Major Churchill) (part 3) 11/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_191)
Churchill at Waldorf Astoria (part 2) 03/15/1946 - Side 2 is illegible (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_300)
Churchill at Waldorf Astoria, NBC, with Governor Dewey, Ambassador Winant (parts 1 and 3) 03/15/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_299)
Box 55 Citizen Report, No. 7 04/20/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_966)
Box 22 Citizens for Bockman (Congressional election) - note on box reads: "Bockman ad - Dub for station". (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_592)
"Classics in recordings" 07/16/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_433)
"Classics in recordings" - Porgy and Bass (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_432)
Col Charles A. Lindbergh - "Why we should stay out of WW2?" 10/13/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_134)
Box 9 Collector’s Corner (Reel 1) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 59:18) (ID#: wsyr_radio_442)
Box 9 Collector’s Corner (Reel 2) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 65:23) (ID#: wsyr_radio_443)
Box 9 Collector’s Corner (Reel 3) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 64:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_444)
Box 9 Collector’s Corner (Reel 4) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 64:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_445)
Box 9 Collector’s Corner (Reel 5) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 48:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_446)
Box 59 Collican LeMon Incorporated: Natur-Tyme Discount Vitamin Land 05/05/1983 - 60-second recording, includes commercial scripts in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 0:60) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1032)
Colonel [LeGRande A.] Diller, Australia; President Roosevelt presenting Destroyer to French Navy 12/22/1943; 02/12/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_189)
Colonel L. A. Diller, Australia; "Here’s to youth" (part 2) 12/21/1943; 01/15/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_190)
Command performance (part 2); R. C. A. Show - Music America Loves Best (part 2) 08/26/1945; 09/02/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_272)
Oversize 10 Command Performance, part 1 09/02/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_057)
Armed Forces Radio Service Broadcast: "Command Performance". Heard: Invocation by Brigadier General Luther D. Miller, Chief of Chaplains, U. S. Army, Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore sings with chorus and orchestra "America", Bill Mauldin, Bob Hope, Ernie Pyle piece, Frank Sinatra "The house I live in", Dinah Shore sings "I've been walking on the railroad" with chorus: "Someone's in the kitchen", with Dinah (medley), Francis Langford sings "Don't sit under the apple tree". Side-B blank
Congressional Medal of Honor General [Jonathan Mayhew] Wainwright (part 2); Kiwanis Club - General Wainwright (part 2) 09/19/1945; 09/25/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_278)
[Congressional Medal of Honor] General Wainwright (part 1); Kiwanis Club - General Wainwright (part 1) 09/19/1945; 09/25/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_277)
Box 53 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-546: Learning a Trade or Vocational Education 09/02/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_937)
Box 53 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-547: Community Based Education; Police and Police Practices 04/08/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_936)
Box 53 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-558: White Collar Crime 09/09/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:18) (ID#: wsyr_radio_938)
Box 53 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-589: Egypt and Israel 06/17/1979 - includes opening and closing scripts in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_939)
Box 53 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-599: Neighborhood Disputes 11/04/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:16) (ID#: wsyr_radio_940)
Box 53 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-615: The Future for Taiwan 12/30/1979 - includes opening and closing scripts in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:18) (ID#: wsyr_radio_941)
Box 53 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-641: Soviet Politics and Leadership 12/23/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_942)
Box 21 Conversations From Wingspread, Program R-843: "Trade with China" 03/14/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:25) (ID#: wsyr_radio_574)
Box 57 Cooperative Extension, New York State; President Ford Press Conference 09/06/1972; 03/06/1975 - note on label reads: "This tape is duplicated backwards - please expect a segment of blank tape at the beginning. Return immediately after broadcast, using the enclosed, postage-free mailing label. New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, New York State College of Human Ecology, and United States Department of Agriculture" (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_997)
Box 24 Cooperative Extention [sic] (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_608)
Oversize 16 Corporal Hickox interview with Bill Rothrum and Bob Nelson, parts 1 and 2 05/14/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_104)
"D - Day"(part 2); Special eye witness story (part 2) 06/06/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_224)
#1 Eisenhower; W2 Chaplin; #4 Official invasion Announcement; #6 English Gen. Montgomery (incomplete); #7 Eye witness - landing
Box 22 Dave Cohen Audition - note on box reads: "Please return if possible. Dave Cohen, 501A Sure Ave. Brooklyn, NY, 11224; 212-373-3669". (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_593)
"Day before War" (War Crisis News), # 1 08/31/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_117)
Labeled side: NBC Broadcast "Overseas news", Blue and Red network Feed: 1 - London; 2 - Paris. Complete, ends with chimes, 12-12:15. Side without label - starts with speech in French by a "Mr. (?) Whistler ands with further speech in French with translation."
Box 13 Deacon [ Robert F.] Doubleday Tribute - COPY 02/27/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 120:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_468)
Box 15 Deacon [Robert F.] Doubleday Memorial Feb 24, 1971 - broadcast on WSYR-AM-FM, 5AM-7AM and again 8:00-10:00 PM (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 120:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_487)
Box 12 Deacon Doubleday Comes Down City (3 Shows) 1959; 1966 - #1, 1966, #2 and 3, 1959 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_463)
Dean Acheson Report on Foreign Ministers conference and NATO; [unknown] 02/29/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_398)
Box 59 Decorating For You C - box lists playback dates, recorded dates, running time and engineer’s initials (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1020)
Dates are 10/04; 10/14; 10/18; 10/28; 11/01; 11/04; 11/15; 11/18; 11/29; 12/09; 12/13; 12/23; 12/03; 01/13. No year is given.
Box 16 Dedication of Newhouse II 05/31/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 60:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_506)
Formal dedication of Newhouse II at S.U. 10:30-11:30 AM, Friday, May 31, 1974. William Paley (CBS) - main speaker.
Box 23 Dedication of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Syracuse, NY - includes transcription of recording inside box (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_603)
Box 55 Delinquency, Carol Johnson, Art Willis (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_960)
Box 57 Democratic View of The State of The Union (recorded off NBC; 10:00-10:50) (tape 2) 02/01/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 50:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_991)
Box 24 Dennis Dowdell - Rotary speech (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_610)
Box 55 Documentary: Something Old, Something New (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_967)
Box 24 Don Daver Aircheck - Morning farm show Oct 24 [no year] (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_609)
"Double or nothing"; Wendell Willkie (part 1) 02/12/1941; 02/16/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_154)
Box 55 Dr. Allix B. James Address to United Negro College Fund Kick Off Luncheon 04/21/1971; 04/22/1971 - includes opening, closing, synopsis and newspaper clipping in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 18:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_955)
Box 59 Dr. Calvin Thompson interviewing Indian Jesuit Priest (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 20:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1023)
Box 54 Dr. Charles Willie (1) 03/23/1971; 03/26/1971 - includes opening and closing scripts in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_953)
Box 54 Dr. Charles Willie (2) 03/23/1971; 03/26/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 46:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_954)
Box 54 Dr. Thompson Lunch (for broadcast 10:05 PM) 11/30/1964 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 42:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_951)
Box 55 Dr. Whitney Young (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_959)
Box 58 Dunk and Bright, Six hours Sale (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1012)
Oversize 6 Dwight D Eisenhower NATO Speech 12/15/1957 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_034)
Oversize 7 Dwight D. Eisenhower - Address to NATO, [Alan] Miliar; NATO Report by John Foster Dulles, parts 1 and 2 05/24/1955 - SIDE B UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_041)
Oversize 7 Dwight D. Eisenhower Speech (2nd Term) and talk 02/29/1956 - SIDE B UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_036)
Post heart attack activities
Oversize 7 [Dwight D] Eisenhower - Address to United Nations 10 year Anniversary, [Alan] Milair 06/30/1955 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_040)
Dwight Eisenhower from Denver (part 1) 06/23/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_407)
Box 59 E. R. Vadeboncoeur Christmas Show [splice-free] 1966-1974 - Christmas Day special, Dec 25 each year (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 14:27) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1017)
Box 59 E. R. Vadeboncoeur Christmas Tape (edited) Dec 1966 - theme of program is the story of the birth of Jesus; program closes with Silent Night (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1016)
Oversize 1 E. R. Vadeboncoeur interprets the news - wartime stories (WSYR program); Premier [Édouard] Daladier from France, part 1 09/23/1939; 10/10/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_013)
Oversize 17 E. R. Vadeboncoeur speech to Lions Club - Achievement Award, Buzz Record, President Merrit (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_080)
[Edouard] Daladier and Parker (part 1); NBC News bulletins (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_125)
Side 1 - NBC broadcast from Paris via short wave,, Daladier speech, A P. News continued, piano music incomplete, Paris Mondial, (1938/39 approx). Side 2 - Inside out: WW2 era, State at War between France and Germany mentioned. 1 An address by Premier of France Edouard Daladier in French with English translation. Germany invades France, broadcast from the short wave by NBC. Ends with news report - general France quotation. Open 2 - Short cut - News in Brief, sponsored by ESSO markerus by the ESSO reporter. Close 3 - short cut - ESSO commercial
Box 58 Edwin Newman, Paul Ennis News (excerpt) 06/05/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1014)
Oversize 13 Eisenhower and Nixon Inauguration, parts 1 and 2 Jan 1953 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_088)
Eisenhower Program from London (parts 1 and 3) 06/12/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_243)
Eisenhower Program from London (parts 2 and 4) 06/12/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_244)
Eisenhower speech (parts 1 and 2) 06/04/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_404)
Oversize 17 Eisenhower Victory Speech; Stevenson Admits Defeat 11/01/1952 - SIDE B UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_043)
A-President Elect Eisenhower Victory speech, Hotel Commodore; B-Governor Adlai Stevenson Concession speech
Oversize 13 Eisenhower: 1953 State of Union Message, parts 1 and 3 01/07/1954 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_086)
Oversize 13 Eisenhower: 1953 State of Union Message, parts 2 and 4 01/07/1954 - note on label reads: "Start on Apr. 12th, 1945, end - That war my 1st [?]" UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_087)
Box 58 Electronic Music by Ken Grant - Untitled 04/14/1967 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1011)
Box 23 Electronic music from "Nonesuch" (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_600)
Elmer Denis - O. W. I.; West Point Anniversary Program (part 1) 03/12/1943; 03/13/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_207)
Box 20 Ernie Davis Hall of Fame Dinner conclusion [empty box] 10/19/1979 - broadcast on WSYR-AM, 8:30pm (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_556)
Box 23 Escape Drive Time audition (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_594)
Box 23 Escape General demo (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_595)
European Crisis; Midway (Bill Rothbaum at NYS Fair) 08/28/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_119)
European reaction to Hitler speech; WSYR Intros - Outtros ESSO 10/06/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_132)
Oversize 6 Fashion Show Music; Strings 03/10/1959 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_033)
Box 56 Fiftieth Anniversary of WSYR Show (segments) (1) 09/11/1972; 09/18/1972 - master work tape (dub of individual parts of segments) (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_969)
1: IKE - Complete segment (3:22); 2: Elliot Gove (0:42); 3: Dr. Calvin Thompson (0:28); 4: RF Deacon (0:45); 5: Jim Deline (1:14); 6: NBC News voice montage (0:19); 7: Windsor Castle (0:57); 8: Wendell Hall; 9: Hindenburg (0:56); 10: Pearl Harbor/ Roosevelt (0:37); 11: Eisenhower/ Truman (0:31); 12: Rothrum (1:39); 13: Commercial Sequence (0:43); 14: Murphy (1:25); 15: Hillega (Dedication) (1:20); 16: Curly, No.1 (0:38); 17: Curly (Fortyith) (1:08); 18: Maurice Chevallier (0:20); 19: Eddie Cantor (0:29); 20: Jimmy Durante (0:25); 21: C. McCarthy/ E. Bergan (0:33); 22: Fred Allen (1:00); 23: May West (0:27); 24: Alec Templeton (1:07); 25: J. Oakie/ D. Aneche (0:46); 26: Chas. Laughton (0:39); 27: NBC News Montage (long); 28: Curly (40-Ground Broak) (1:40); 29: Old Time Stars Montage (incomplete)
Oversize 2 First broadcast from Tunis 05/10/1943 - NBC 5:15 PM (#5), John MacVane (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_020)
Box 59 Food For Thought, Program 23 & 24 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1019)
Oversize 7 Francis X. O’Melia 09/18/1955 - SIDE B - UNPLAYABLE NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_037)
Side A - Union-VAW CIO Syracuse talk by Francis X. O'Melia [Melice?] Re: Voting in Union - New process gear
Fred Waring; President Roosevelt - Youth talk (part 2); Songs for a soldier (Ripley); Voice tracks, theme and bridges 08/28/1942; 09/03/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_180)
Box 26 French National Orchestra: Program 1: Rameau - Dutilleux (part 1) 04/04/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:47) (ID#: wsyr_radio_639)
1 - Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764): First Suite from Dardanus(13:32), The French National Orchestra, under the direction of Jean Martinon; 2 - Henri Dutilleux (1916-): Le Loup (The Wolf) - excerpt,(2:25), The Radio Symphony Orchestra of the FBS, under the direction of Eugene Bigot; 3 - Henri Dutilleux: Symphony (30:21), The French National Orchestra, under the direction of André Cluytens. Overall time: 53:29. Content list is in box.
Box 59 From the Drums Onward (program 12) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 10:27) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1029)
Box 59 From the Drums Onward (program 4 & 5) (2:35 PM) 02/10/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 11:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1026)
Program 4 - Cut 1, piano guitar (5:55); Program 5 - Cut 2 (5:40)
Box 59 From the Drums Onward (program 6 & 7) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 11:42) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1027)
Program 6 - 5:30; Program 7 - 6:12
Box 59 From the Drums Onward (program 8-11) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 10:27) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1028)
Program 8 - Jazz (2:33); Program 9 - The Harlem Sound (2;45); Program 10 - Cool Jazz (2:38); Program 11 - Back to the Roots (2:20)
Box 25 From the Drums Onward, Black Music Bowles (Number 1) (8-Track cassette; running time 4:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_629)
Box 25 From the Drums Onward, Girl Groups (Number 13) (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_630)
Box 59 From the Drums Onward, Johnny Cowber (program 1, 2 & 3) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 6:52) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1025)
Program 1, 0:32; Program 2, 3:50; Program 3, 2:30
Oversize 5 General Clark Interview, part 1; H. R. Ekins 07/16/1945; 07/07/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_066)
A - 1: Spot for WSYR program "Hiram's General Store" delivered by "Zekc"; 2: E. R. Vadeboncouer interviews Brigadier General Bruce Clark, Syracusan fro WSYR; B - H. R. Ekins, United Press Correspondent, WSYR Commentator, 6 PM Program
General Henri Giraud (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_209)
General MacArthur speech to Congress (part 2); Groper 04/19/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_381)
Oversize 9 General MacArthur speech to Senate and House of Representatives, part 1; General MacArthur Keynote speech at GOP Convention, part 3 04/18/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_050)
General MacArthur; R. C. A. Show - Music America loves best, Dorsey, Monroe (part 2) 10/07/1945; 10/15/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_286)
B - RCA Show, Tommy Dorsey, Vaughn Monroe, spot for RCA Steven foster album M 354 Vaughn Monroe sings"Racing with the Moon", Tommy Dorsey plays: "I’m getting sentimental over you"
General Ridgeway address to Joint session of Congress (parts 1 and 2) 05/22/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_403)
Oversize 2 General Smutz address to Parliament, parts 2 and 4; Winston Churchill speaks 1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_012)
General Wainwright - short interview; V-J Day Program - M. Bernthal 08/13/1945; 09/08/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_273)
General Wainwright speaks at New York City Hall 09/13/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_276)
General Wainwright’s arrival in San Francisco 09/08/1945 - one side doesn’t have label (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_274)
Oversize 8 [General] MacArthur keynote speech at Republican convention, parts 1 and 3 07/07/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_045)
A-1 Test cut, part of the broadcast; A-2 [General] MacArthur keynote speech at Republican convention (part 1); B-1: (part 3).
Oversize 8 [General] MacArthur keynote speech at Republican convention, parts 2 and 4 07/07/1952 - dubbed from tape (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_046)
Generals Patton and Doolittle reception (part 2); Rome air show 05/16/1945; 06/09/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_246)
Generals Patton and Doolittle reception (part 4); Eisenhower -Pentagon building and Speech to Congress 06/09/1945; 06/18/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_247)
Generals Patton and Doolittle reception (parts 1 and 3) 06/09/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_245)
Box 16 George Roberts Show - (part 3) 01/13/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_501)
Box 16 George Roberts Show 2/23/74 (part 3, number 4) 02/23/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_504)
Box 25 "Get out and vote", Syracuse Jaycees, Bill Purdy, President (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_631)
Gordon Foster - Hillegas Chief [Kiuncy] interview (Historical File) 06/16/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_350)
Box 50 Gospel Caravan 06/26/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_894)
Box 49 Gospel Sound (11:05-11:30 AM Sunday) 03/04/1973; 03/11/1973; 03/18/1973; 04/01/1973; 04/08/1973; 04/14/0000; 04/28/0000; 05/05/0000; 05/13/0000 - box lists multiple playback dates (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_893)
Governor Dewey - speech at opening of Thruway 07/11/1946 - Side 2 is illegible. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_322)
Governor Dewey address to State Senate and Assembly (part 1) 01/07/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_344)
Governor Dewey address to State Senate and Assembly (parts 2 and 4) 01/07/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_345)
Oversize 15 Governor Dewey radio speech 09/07/1954 - on his successor and announcing his retirement from public office (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_098)
Box 55 Governor Rockefeller Addressing Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, Intro by E. R. Vadeboncouer 10/28/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_965)
Governor Tom Dewey opens Thruway, Thompson Road Interchange (part 1 and 2) 06/24/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_422)
H. R. E. King Departure 04/18/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_301)
Box 25 Hall of Fame of the Trotter: 8 Featurettes with Phil Pines (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_635)
Box 24 Harness Racing with Phil Pines - scripts of "The introductions to The Great American Pastime" program are inside box (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_611)
Oversize 14 Harry S. Truman Speech, parts 1 and 2 11/16/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_090)
Attack on Former President Truman’s integrity; knowingly betraying the Security of the United States; Herbert Brownell, Jr., Attorney General Radio address to the American People. Side B - UNPLAYABLE
Health Information Foundation presents Raymond Massey in The Endless Frontier - "PFC Bill Smith - man alive" (part 1) and "Our daily bread" (part 2) - Syndicated programs, 4 Rockhill transcriptions, 1948-1952 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_386)
Health Information Foundation presents Raymond Massey in The Endless Frontier: "The Search" (part 2) and "Our Daily Bread" (part 1) (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_388)
Health Information Foundation presents Raymond Massey in The Endless Frontier: "PFC Bill Smith - Man Alive" (part 2) and "The Aearch", Part 1 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_387)
Health Information Foundation presents Raymond Massey in The Endless Frontier: "The trouble shooters" (part 1) and "Only one to a customer" (part 1) 7/12/52 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_389)
Health Information Foundation presents Raymond Massey in The Endless Frontier: "The trouble shooters" (part 2) and "Only one to a customer" (part 2) 07/12/1952 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_390)
Box 24 Help from Virginia Knauer, Special Assistant to the President and Director, U. S. Office of Consumer Affairs (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_616)
1 - How to select a doctor and dentist; 2 - Using credit wisely; 3 - Resolving major purchase complaints; 4 - How to select a lawyer; 5 - Too much salt can be harmful to your health; 6 - Home improvement tips; 7- Understanding individual retirement accounts
Box 58 HELP from Virginia Knauer, Special Assistant to the President and Director, United States Office of Consumer Affairs (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1000)
1: Safeguarding Your Plastic (3:35); 2: Stretching the Food Budget (4:00); 3: Funeral Arrangements (3:45); 4: Used Cars (3:45); 5: Preventive health Care (3:35); 6: Fraud (4:00); 7: Shopping by Mail (3:50)
Henry Aldrich (part 1); British child refugees talk to London (part 2) 01/16/1941; 01/19/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_144)
Henry Cassidy in Paris; Hitler talk (number 1) 10/03/1939; 10/06/1939 - ends English translation: "...on Sept. 25 I ordered the attack...." Disc starts with cheers (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_124)
Oversize 14 Henry J. Taylor - Dedication Jamesville-Dewitt Central School 06/06/1955 - likely via Mutual Network sponsored by General Motors (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_094)
Box 56 Henry Kissinger: News Conference on Vietnam Peace Treaty (reel 1) 01/24/1973 - via NBC News (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 48:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_983)
Box 57 Henry Kissinger: News Conference on Vietnam Peace Treaty (reel 2) 01/24/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 10:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_984)
Oversize 14 Herbert Brownell, Jr. Hearing, parts 1 and 2 1953 - excerpts of testimony from the Senate internal Security Subcommittee. (J. Edgar Hoover and President Truman are referenced, 1953). Side B-UNPLAYABLE, NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_091)
Oversize 14 Herbert Brownell, Jr. Hearing, parts 3 and 4 1953 - excerpts of testimony from the Senate internal Security Subcommittee. (J. Edgar Hoover and President Truman are referenced, 1953) Side B-UNPLAYABLE, NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_092)
Herbert Lehman, Governor’s Day Speech at New York State Fair (Part 1); Hitler opens war (part 5) (translation by E. R. Vadeboncoeur and commentary by Curley); ends with possible air raids 08/31/1939; 09/01/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_108)
Empire Court at NYS Fairground, broadcast on WSYR. Governor Herbert H. Lehman, Governor’s Day speech 99th Anniversary NYS Fair, Noris[?], commissioner of Agriculture, Part 1
"Hidden stars" - Orrin Tucker’s dead (part 3); British child refugees talk to London (part 1) 01/12/1941; 01/19/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_143)
Box 46 Highway of Hope 10/04/1970 - first show (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_842)
Box 47 Highway of Hope: Bishop Ned Cole 12/19/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_859)
Box 47 Highway of Hope: Dr. Gondor Hoople 11/28/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_857)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Dr. John Gunning 06/13/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_849)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Dunbar Center 06/27/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:06) (ID#: wsyr_radio_851)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Father Frank McKeon 02/28/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_847)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Indian Jesuit Priest 12/16/1970; 12/27/1970 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:55) (ID#: wsyr_radio_844)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Joan Vadeboncoeur 06/20/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:25) (ID#: wsyr_radio_850)
Box 47 Highway of Hope: Maria Pohotsky 12/05/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_858)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Mrs. Everett Stiles, Professor of English, OCC College 08/29/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_853)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Nancy Teich 09/05/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_854)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Rev. and Mrs. Shaw - Hopps Memorial Church 02/07/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_845)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Rev. Ellisorth, C. Reamon 11/29/1970 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:07) (ID#: wsyr_radio_843)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Robert Laubach 02/14/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_846)
Box 47 Highway of Hope: Robert Uplinger, President Lion’s International 11/07/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_855)
Box 47 Highway of Hope: Walter Cummings, American Bible Week 11/21/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_856)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: William Marton [?], Onondaga Savings Bank 08/22/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_852)
Box 46 Highway of Hope: Willis Sargent 05/16/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_848)
Box 29 Historical American Orchestra Music, Program 1: Evening at Eastman (complete) 12/19/1960 - Dr. Howard Hanson, Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_666)
Historical Dickens in Syracuse; Thrivo presents: The Boy Yodeler, Olivio [Santoro] 03/07/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_204)
Historical File highlight speeches - King George VI (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_395)
Tribute to King George 6th. Contains speech excerpts, B’cast some day as funeral, NBC, 1952. side 2: WSYR Radio spots, cut 1 - Wilson & Green Lumber Co., Fred Hillegas latest local news intro; 2 - take 2 above; 3 - take 1 outro; 4 - take 2 outro;; 5 - take 3 outro; 6 - Wilson & Green spot "New kitchen"
Oversize 5 Historical Vadeboncouer 04/07/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_059)
A - New Process Gear "Following Through" weekly program, WSYR broadcast; B - E. R. Vadeboncouer, story about Corporal Robert Maxwell, Congressional Medal of Honor winner and Corporal Homer Wheaton (Nominated for C. M. H., but didn't win). Parallel stories - WW I and WW II; B 2 and B 3 WSYR promotion: Seed Giveaway and announcement for WSYR program "Hiran's General Store" delivered by "Zekc"
Hitler (part 6) - E. R. Vadeboncoeur commentary 09/01/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_109)
Hitler talk (number 2 - end of English translation); "Voice of experience" 10/04/1939; 10/06/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_126)
note on side 2 reads: "Due to Telco switching over several min of CBC "Happy gang" show head the joined in progress"; Hitler talk (part 2), (end of English translation, Oct. 6 - "From 1922 [?] millions of Germans of have hat [sic] to leave Poland"); "Voice of experience" from Mutual Broadcasting System, complete
Hitler talk (number 3 - end of English translation); World Series Intro 10/02/1939; 10/06/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_127)
Hitler talk (part 3 - end of English translation, Oct. 6 - "Nothing left to do but strike back with the same menn’s [sic] they used"); Mutual World Series Broadcast, complete
Hitler talk (number 3 - ends English translation); Hitler finishes (number 7), Goering [sic] closes meeting (part English translation from New York with intro for Max Jordan from Berlin) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_130)
Hitler talk (number 4 - end of English translation) 10/06/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_128)
Hitler’s speech, English translation (part 8); Warsaw flight (Konisberg - Germany); BBC News of Chamberlain speech (part 1) 09/19/1939; 09/20/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_107)
Box 15 Hobart - July 4th Special 06/24/1970 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_486)
Box 10 Hooked On Books with Henry Morgan Week (Number 41) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 5:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_453)
Box 10 Hooked On Books with Henry Morgan Week (Number 42) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 5:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_454)
Box 10 Hooked On Books with Henry Morgan Week 14 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_452)
Box 30 Hooked on Books with Henry Morgan, week 12(B) - label on box reads: Cuts 111-120, cue sheet attached. (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_667)
Box 30 Hooked on Books with Henry Morgan, week 13 - label on box reads: Cuts 121-130; cue sheet attached (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_668)
Box 30 Hooked on Books with Henry Morgan, week 35(A); Air Niugini, Program 10, channel 5 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_669)
Box 30 Hooked on Books with Henry Morgan, week 36 - note on box reads: "5 minute shows, week 36, Cinema Sound limited; sponsor: International Paper Company, cuts 351-360; No. 2142B Series" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 5:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_670)
Box 30 Hooked on Books with Henry Morgan, week 38(B) - 5-minute recording (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 5:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_671)
Box 30 Hooked on Books with Henry Morgan, week 39(B) - 5-minute recording (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_672)
Box 30 Hooked on Books with Henry Morgan, week 40(D) - 5 minute recording (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_673)
Box 24 Howard Burton Audition (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_620)
Oversize 13 Ike Challenges The Kremlin, parts 1 and 2 04/16/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_084)
A - Address to a luncheon of American Society of Newspaper Editors Outlining proposals for Peace in the World. Q. T. H. Presidential Room, Statler Hotel, Washington, D. C. (part 1). B- part 2 is unplayable. Includes a New York Times newspaper clipping from 04/17/1953 referring the speech.
Inauguration Senator Barkley - President Truman (part 1); Truman’s Inauguration speech (part 2) 01/20/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_354)
Box 41 Independence Day: In Congress, July 4, 1776, The Unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America 07/04/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:08) (ID#: wsyr_radio_774)
The recording contains: a fifteen minute program saluting Independence Day; A Five minute condensed program saluting Independence Day; American Trilogy (Arr. by J. Chattaway, USN) PD; The National Anthem (Francis Scott Key). "This special salute to Independence Day is presented with pride by your local NAVY recruiter and the men and women of the United States Navy."
Information Please (part 2); Clement Attlee and comment from Washington 08/08/1941; 08/14/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_156)
Inner Sanctum (part 1); Secretary of War Stimson (part 1) 03/07/1943; 03/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_205)
Inner Sanctum (part 2); Secretary of War Stimson (part 2) 03/07/1943; 03/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_206)
Oversize 16 Interview with family of Private First Class Peter S. Le Claire by radio host John Grey 04/23/1953 - WSYR special events broadcast. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_103)
Oversize 16 Interview with family of Private First Class Robert Hickox by radio host Bill Martin 04/23/1953 - WSYR special events broadcast; note on label reads: "Interview must be cued in. Interview time 7:12, Hartmann". (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_102)
Interview with General Clark (part 2); Dr. Hiss, J. G. Fred - Baseball game between Syracuse Chiefs and N. Y. Bears 07/12/1945; 07/16/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_240)
Interview with Mrs. Wainwright 10/20/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_231)
Invasion; Minister for D-Day 06/12/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_226)
Side 1: #1 - 2nd part of cut on Report; #3 John McVane - eye witness; Side 2: #1 - My guard; #2 - Cooper; #3 - Taylor; #4 - Thompson; #5 - Richardson; #6 - Noble
Invasion; Special broadcast from Italy, John McVane 06/17/1944; 06/16/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_228)
Oversize 4 Italy Declares War on Germany, Special Broadcast; Winston Churchill speech, part 4 10/13/1943; 11/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_029)
Box 55 J. C. Banquet (reel 1 of 2) 01/18/1969 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_962)
Box 55 J. C. Banquet (reel 2 of 2) 01/18/1969 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_963)
Box 25 Jack Jones In Person - Broadway to Hollywood In stereo (fragment) ; Bill Everett, guest, host - note on box reads "Alan Milair, 1973, Complete intro". (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_622)
Japanese Surrender Ceremonies (part 1); Japanese Surrender Ceremonies [aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Harbor] - President Truman - V-J Proclamation, MacArthur speech after surrender (part 1) 09/01/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_267)
Japanese Surrender Ceremonies (part 2); Japanese Surrender Ceremonies - MacArthur (conclusion), Admiral Nimitz speech, Part 2 (#9) 09/01/1945 - note on sleeve reads: "V-J We were there". (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_271)
Oversize 11 John Foster Dulles talk at Hancock Field; Starlight Playhouse - "Here comes Kelly" 06/24/1953; 04/15/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_068)
Side A: 6 Unmodulated test cuts. A - 1 and 2 excerpts; Side B: 2 thru 10 "Starlight Playhouse", "Here comes Kelly" production elements (voice overs with music beds). First 3 cuts unplayable
Oversize 11 John Foster Dulles, United Nations Speech, parts 1 and 2 09/17/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_071)
Box 19 John Gray Special Christmas Eve Program 12/24/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:25) (ID#: wsyr_radio_544)
Juliana and [Winston] Churchill - "Fall of France"; NBC News (part 2) 06/16/1940; 06/17/1940 - "We shall fight" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_138)
Kaiser-Frazer; Emergency disc for studio and line breakdown 05/14/1948; 06/03/1948 - note reads: "Announcer is Herb Carneal of WSYR staff." (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_348)
Box 20 Kaleidoscope (Spool 3) 1980 - music, live performances. has S3 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_558)
Box 15 Kay Russel interview with Ray Geiger - Editor, Farmer’s Almanac (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_492)
Box 24 Kearney Goodyear Commercials 06/26/1967 - two 60-second radio spots (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_619)
Keepsake - diamond rings, series 3; ASCAP tunes; short announcements 01/24/1944 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_430)
Side 1: Keepsake - Diamond Rings, Keepsake time - Series 3, 5 minute Programs No. 4-5, Ascap Tunes, 1 minute announcements; Side 2: Keepsake - Diamond Rings, Keepsake time - Series 3, 5 minute Programs No. 6-7, Ascap Tunes, 1 minute announcements
Keepsake Auditions 07/19/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_429)
Keepsake time - Series 6; 5 minute Programs featuring William Steven (Ascap Tunes) (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_431)
Keepsake time - Series 6, 5 minute Programs No. 1-2, featuring William Steven, (Ascap Tunes)
Box 57 J. F. Kennedy: Remembrance Nov 21-22, 1973 - music fragment; NBC radio news fragment (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_989)
Box 57 Kennedy Program 11/21/1973; 11/22/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_990)
King George (part 2); Double or nothing (part 1) 12/15/1940; 12/25/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_146)
King George [VI] of England - VE Day; General Eisenhower (number 1) 05/08/1945; 06/14/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_254)
King George [VI] of England; President Truman on Berlin Conference (part 1) 08/09/1945; 08/15/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_235)
King George VI - Christmas Day 12/25/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_183)
King George VI - Christmas Day; Christmas Eve show (1st Trust) 12/25/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_186)
King George VI - Christmas message: President Truman - Status of the Reconstruction Program Part 1 (#7) 12/25/1944; 01/03/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_295)
King George VI (during bombing of England - number 2); Henry Aldrich (number 2) 09/19/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_136)
King George VI of England (part 2); War news 05/24/1940; 05/25/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_135)
King George’s funeral (parts 1 and 3) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_396)
King George VI. NBC network feed from the BBC via shortwave, BBC commentators, Leon Pearson, NBC newsroom.
King George’s funeral (parts 2 and 4) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_397)
King George VI. NBC network feed from the BBC via shortwave, BBC commentators, Leon Pearson, NBC newsroom.
Oversize 12 Korean Armistice Signing 07/27/1953 - Korean Armistice signing from Korea and U. S. Reaction (radio production); closes with WSYR fragment like sign off at midnight. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_075)
Box 24 Ladies Day ; The gift of life; Red cross segments (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_612)
1 - Ladies Day: Evelyn Ranking, guest, Lab. Dept. - blood test. Narrates a film being shown on television program "Ladies Day w/ Kay Russell; 2 - The gift of life - Joe Cook, Regional Blood Center, Tech. Admin. Assistant, guest film narration provider; 3 - Red cross segments - Malcom Smith provides a film narration, guest
Larry Clinton and his orchestra (part 1); Colonel Lindbergh - First speech on war (part 1) 09/11/1939; 09/15/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_111)
Larry Smith interviewing Vadeboncoeur 05/23/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_222)
Box 50 Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner. Welcoming Speech and Testimonial 03/24/1971 - includes scripts in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_903)
Box 53 Les Poupees De Paris 04/22/1964 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_934)
Side I: Overture: Les Poupees de Paris (Instrumental) (2:06), L’Orchestre conducted by Joe Reisman; Bonsoir (1:15), Mlle. Annie Farge and Mlle. Janine Forman (and Chorus); Les Poupees de Paris (Vocal) (2:11), Mlle. Cyd Charisse (and Chorus); The Bathtub Scene (1:10); M. Bing Crosby and Friends: Mlles. Janine Forman (Brigitte) and Crista Speck (Mimi); Don’t Say Paris, Say Paree (2:23), M. Gene Kelly (and the Can-Can Girls); You Can’t Make It Anywhere (3:35), Mlle. Pearl Bailey (and the Paris Models); A Night of Horror (Excerpts): Let’s Be Frank Mr. Frankenstein (1:36), M. Joey Forman (Lugosi) and M. Guy Marks (Karloff); The Lab (0:52), Mlle. Loretta Young; The Mad Doctor and the Creature (1:33), M. Paul Frees (Voice Characterizations); I Can’t Wait to Take You Home to Mother (1:50), M. Milton Berle and Mlle. Jane Kean (Miss Pamela); The Kook Spooks (Instrumental) (2:33) (Skeletons’ Dance); Side II: It’s Living (4:47), M. Liberace, Mlle. Jayne Mansfield and M. Lance Legault (Pelvis Essley); The Opera Singer (2:33); Mlle. Edie Adams (Mme. Jenkins Foster); The Ice Skater (On the Wings of Romance) (2:54) (and Chorus); Love Is a Bore (3:40), Mlle. Pearl Bailey ( and the Montmartre Girls); Sadie Fats (1:47), Merry Williams (Sadie Fats) and Her Boys; Love Is a Bore (Reprise) (2:30), Mlle. Pearl Bailey; The Circus (Grand Finale) (4:28), M. Phil Silvers (the Barker) Mlls. Pop Corn, Cotton Candy and Balloons, M. Tony Martin (the Ringmaster) (and Chorus). Created, produced and directed by Sid and Marty Krofft, co-produced - Lou and Manny Walter, lyrics by Sammy Cahn, music by James Van Heusen, Arranged and Conducted by Joe Reisman, settings designed and executed by Nicky Nadeau, costume design by Bill Campbell, puppets by Jack Shafton, lighting designed by Emil Maurer. Public performance clearance - ASCAP.
Liberty Belle 06/14/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_001)
Side 1: "Liberty Belle"
Lieutenant General Jonathan Wainwright; Herbert R. Ekins 07/17/1945; 08/31/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_237)
Box 18 Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation: The Promise of Freedom for All Men 02/08/1976 - Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation on display at the Everson Museum. (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_537)
London Broadcast BBC "Bonds Across the Sea" (part 1) 04/12/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_184)
London Broadcast BBC "Bonds Across the Sea" (part 2) 04/12/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_185)
Oversize 6 London to Syracuse, part 2 02/20/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_173)
London Weekend - Departure (part 1); New Horizon - Arrival at London airport of Wheaton and Vadeboncoeur (#11) 07/05/1946 - Side 1 has damaged label, the content is not fully illegible. Side 2 has a note that reads: "For Fri 7/5/46, 7:45". (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_312)
London Weekend - Departure (part 3) 03/06/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_320)
Side 1 - "Garden Chatter", 3/6/44. Q & A Session, (3 Questions). Les Suits was ill so, this is a mystery host replacement. Side 2 - 1. "Test Cut’. 2 - Charles Hobat, announcer, Murray Bernthal, host. Omstead’s Victorola Shop, sponsor, Presents Murry Bernthal. R. P. O. Jose Itabi, Cend, Moiton Gould’s , Latin American Symphonnette, (from a recording - incomplete). E. R. V. & Charles Wheaton leaving from London, from Municipal Airport still on the ground - Ed Jones, reporter & Bill Rothrum - reporter ends the broadcast, 1946
London Weekend (part 2) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_313)
E. R. V. & Wheaton, Mrs. Wheaton & Mrs. Vadeboncoeur & Joan Vadeboncoeur mentioned."London weekend" Bill Rothram reporting starts with: "Well we can be sure of that with 20 years newspapers and radio experience...". Itinerary arrilch [?] in England: 1 - B’cast; 2 - Reception "English Speaking Union", Wheaton Wilder speaking going to Buckingham palace . "Weekend to London contest", Independence Day, Flagship "Joplin", 1946. Ross Ainger from American Airlines speaks 8:17 am, plane arrival at Mun airport. Allan Scott, News intern spoken. Ends with: "feature movie here."
Box 50 Lula Townsend 12/12/1979; 12/23/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_898)
Box 50 Lula Townsend’s Gospel Caravan, TV 11/25/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_899)
Lum and Abner; President Roosevelt - United Nations Day address 06/12/1942; 06/13/1942 - note from engineer reads "Audition before using. Watch false start" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_178)
"Lum and Abner" ; President Roosevelt - "Navy day speech" (part 1) 10/24/1941; 10/27/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_161)
Madame Chiang Kai Shek (part 2) 02/18/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_202)
Madame Chiang Kai Shek (parts 1 and 3) 02/18/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_216)
Oversize 3 Major Levi Chase Comes Home, part 2 07/13/1943 - note on the sleeve reads: "No. 24. Croix Dist. Flying Cross Air med 18 Cluster 97 combat mission Oak leaf for Deadly cross order Silver Star" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_024)
Box 50 Mandel 02/29/1976 - special audio dub (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_902)
Box 58 March O’Dimes Birth Defects (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1013)
Mayor [Corcoran?] inaugural speech 01/02/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_366)
Box 59 Mayor Alexander on School Closings 05/14/1970 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 3:42) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1018)
Mayor La Guardia welcomes Wainwright; Closed Circuit talk. 09/13/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_275)
Box 20 Medical Journal programs for broadcast 06/20/1980; 07/04/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_559)
Box 20 Medical Journal programs for broadcast 07/07/1980; 07/25/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_560)
Box 25 Memorial and tribute to Dr. Thompson (1/8 inch audio cassette; running time 60:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_638)
Box 24 Merchant Bank - Christmas club spots - 30-second spot (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_621)
Message to Congress (Part 1 and 3); [Edourad] Daladier, [Neville] Chamberlain, [Winston] Churchill, [Franklin] Roosevelt 09/03/1939; 09/21/1939; 05/10/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_116)
Box 29 Metropolitan Opera: Don Carlo (No. 1) [missing] 04/04/1959 - Act 1, Scenes 1, 2; sponsored by Texaco (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_665)
Minister of Finland (Part 1); "The Shadow" from Mutual Program (Number 3) 10/08/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_105)
Obliterated label side - The Shadow - "Baseball game", Part 2 of 2, Blue Coal, sponsor, Mutual Network, Oct. 8, 1939. Other side - His Excellency Yalma (?) J. - Minister of Republic of Finland at Outbreak of WW2, Neutrality History. Mutual Network Broadcast from WOL in Washington, D. C.
"Mr. District Attorney" (part 2); President Roosevelt - "Navy day speech" (part 2) 10/22/1941; 10/27/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_162)
Oversize 12 Mr. President Franklin Roosevelt to Dwight Eisenhower (closed circuit), parts 1 and 3 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_076)
Oversize 12 Mr. President Franklin Roosevelt to Dwight Eisenhower (closed circuit), parts 2 and 4 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_077)
Mrs. Wainwright on husband’s release; Romilo [?] - wife of General Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright, 1883-1953, who was held as a prisoner of war, eventual winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor; labels damaged (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_279)
Murray Bernthal - Olmstead Victrola Shop 01/18/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_437)
Murray Bernthal - Olmstead Victrola Shop for Sunday; Spots 07/23/1948; 08/01/1948 - note on sleeve reads: "Ruth - I did a line show last nite - would like to save this one for next Sunday when I’ll be away. M." (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_438)
Murray Bernthal - Olmstead Victrola Shop; North Farm and Home (part 2) 02/17/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_428)
Box 52 Mutual Radio Networks - Mutual Broadcasting System - Mutual Black Network: Demo Tape No. 1 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_925)
1 - Comprehensive News I - 5 minutes on a Good Music Station; 2 - Comprehensive News I - 1 minute on a Wall-to-Wall Music Station; 3 - Comprehensive News II - 5 minutes on All News Station; 4 - Comprehensive News II - 2 minute on a Country Station; 5 - Progressive News - 4 minutes on a Country Station; 6 - Progressive News - 1 1/2 minutes on a Progressive Rock Station; 7 - Jack Anderson; 8 - Jimmy the Greek; 9 - Operation News Line; 10 Reporter’s Round-Up; 11 - Mutual Commentators: Duff Thomas; Fulton Lewis III; Forrest Boyd; Robert F. Hurleigh
Box 52 Mutual Radio Networks - Mutual Broadcasting System - Mutual Black Network: Demo Tape No. 2 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_926)
1 - Wide Weekend of Sports; 2 - NFL Monday Night Football; 3 - Notre Dame Football; 4 - NCAA Basketball; 5 - Major League Baseball; 6 - Championship Boxing; 7 - Mutual Sports; 8 - Nightwatch; 9 - Country Music Spectacular; 10 - Mutual News Year-End Review
Box 24 N. Y. Times Editorial on Flag Day read by Alan Milair 06/14/1940 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_618)
Box 23 NBC Correspondents for NBC & WSYR news (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_598)
Correspondents listed on note inside box: # 1 Pauline Frederick; # 2 Merrill Mueller; # 3 Robert Goralski; # 4 John Rich; # 5 Bernard Frizell; # 6 Irving R. Levine; # 7 Howard Tuckner
NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: "Quarantine" speech at Chicago; Annual message to Congress; Fireside chat after the outbreak of war (part 2); Lend-lease" Message to Congress (continued); Fireside chat before Pan-American Union Board; Labor Day broadcast; Warning to Axis Vessels (part 4) 10/05/1937; 01/04/1939; 09/03/1939; 01/06/1941; 05/27/1941; 09/11/1941 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_303)
Side 1: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: "Quarantine" speech at Chicago; Annual message to Congress; Fireside chat after the outbreak of war, Part 2 (#10); Side 2: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: "Lend-lease" Message to Congress (continued); Fireside chat before Pan-American Union Board; Labor Day broadcast; Warning to Axis Vessels, Part 4 (#10)
NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: First Inaugural address; Second Inaugural address (part 1), Third Acceptance speech; Fireside chat on National Security; "Lend-lease" Message to Congress 03/04/1933; 01/20/1937; 08/19/1940; 12/29/1940; 01/06/1941 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_302)
Side 1: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: First Inaugural address; Second Inaugural address, Part 1 (#10); Side 2: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: Third Acceptance speech; Fireside chat on National Security; "Lend-lease" Message to Congress, Part 3 (#10)
NBC Documentary Recordings: Rendezvous with destiny 12/08/1941; 01/06/1942; 02/23/1942; 07/06/1944; 10/21/1944 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_304)
Side 1: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: "State of War" message to Congress; "State of Union" message to Congress; Washington’s Birthday address, Part 5 (#10); Side 2: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: Prayer on D-Day; Foreign Policy speech, Part 7 (#10)
NBC Documentary Recordings: Rendezvous with destiny 09/03/1942; 12/24/1943; 01/20/1945; 03/01/19445; 04/16/1945 (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_305)
Side 1: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: Speech to International Student Assembly; Cairo and Teheran report, Part 6 (#10); Side 2: NBC Documentary Recordings - Rendezvous with destiny - Franklin D. Roosevelt: Fourth Inaugural address; Report to Congress on the Crimea Conference; Jefferson Day address, read by Carleton Smith; Tribute by President Truman, Part 8 (#10)
NBC European Crisis; Kourt Jacob 08/26/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_118)
NBC London broadcast. King George - "Opening Day of War" 09/01/1939; 09/03/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_115)
Box 58 NBC News: Reading Writing and Reefer, Edwin Newman 12/11/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_999)
Box 56 NBC Radio tribute to late Brigadier General David Sarnoff Nov 1971 - tribute to David Sarnoff, founder Radio Corporation of America and National Broadcasting Company (7:05:30 PM to 7:29:30 PM) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_970)
Box 57 NBC Radio: Vice President Spiro Agnew Resigns and NBC News On The Hour (7:30-7:52 PM) 10/15/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_986)
Box 58 NBC Sounders (DUB) Nov 1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1010)
News Opens; Promo; Sounders: News On The Hour; Instant News Special; Hotlines; Update; Chimes; News On the Hour
Box 58 NBC Sounders (Master) Nov 1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1009)
News Opens; Promo; Sounders: News On The Hour; Instant News Special; Hotlines; Update; Chimes; News On the Hour
Box 57 NBC Special on Ex Vice President 10/10/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_985)
Box 19 NBC Special: Pope John Paul II 10/16/1979 - NBC News Feed, 5:30 PM. (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_550)
NBC War Crisis (part 2); Translation of German demands 08/31/1939 - NBC Blue Network at 4 PM (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_114)
Neighborly News from the Ontario Weeklies, Andy Clarke; WSYR radio show: Matinee with Wally and Jane (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_006)
Side 1 (labeled): CBC - Canadian Broadcasting Co., "Neighborly News" from the "Ontario Weeklies", Andy Clarke, WW2 era . Other side - music dubs cuts 1-4. Cut 5 - a segment from a WSYR radio show: "Matinee with Wally and Jane", Fred Jeske, Firman; Russ Russel"
Box 25 New Channels Alarm, Alan Milair spots - note in box reads: "ACR #341 for Alan, (audio copy of New channels)" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 4:54) (ID#: wsyr_radio_633)
Box 16 Newhouse II Dedication Dinner 05/30/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 75:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_505)
Broadcast portion of Dinner (9:30-10:45 PM approx.) honoring Mr. + Mrs. S.I. Newhouse, Thursday, May 30, 1974 - Persian Terrace, Hotel Syracuse (Eve of Dedication of Newhouse II), David Brinkley, Master of Ceremonies.
Box 47 News & Views - Black Perspective 08/01/1971 - host Dennis Dowdell; guests: Mrs. Joyce Tabb, Assistant Director of Urban League On the Job Training Program, Mr. James Hancock, Director Urban League On the Job Training Program (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 13:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_861)
Box 47 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 124) 01/13/1974 - guests Dr. Beard and Dr. Francis (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_862)
Box 47 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 168) 01/24/1974 - guests Webb Reid, Joyce Tabb, Andrew Willis (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_863)
Box 47 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 250) 06/06/1976 - Sickle Cell Anemia, Economic Development, Education, guests: Andrew Willis, Burt Aldamuy (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_864)
Box 47 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 251) 06/11/1976; 06/13/1976 - School Integration, guests: Dr. Robert Cecile, Jon Buzzard, Floyd Arnold, Mrs. Marjorie White (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_865)
Box 47 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 252) 06/18/1976; 06/20/1976 - Tom Shropshire, Vice President Market Planning Miller Brewing Company (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_866)
Box 47 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 253) 06/23/1976; 06/27/1976; 07/04/1976 - High school graduation and future, guests: Pam Noel, Locksley Spencer, Carole Bilson (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_867)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 257) 08/01/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_871)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 258) 08/08/1976; 08/15/1976 - Dunbar Center, guests: George Cossey, Oliver Edwards, Bob Reece, Ronald Jenkins (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_873)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 259) 07/30/1976; 08/15/1976 - guests: Reed Wright, Neil Fair (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_874)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 261) 08/20/1976; 09/05/1976 - Jr. Achievement and Royalettes (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_875)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 262) 08/27/1976; 08/29/1976 - Gilbert, Edwards, Chaplains (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_876)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 274) 11/19/1976; 11/28/1976 - guests: Lee War, teacher, Jim Miller, teacher, Charlene Burnette, Diane Simcox [?], Amos Nicks, student Roosevelt School (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_877)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 276) 12/03/1976; 02/28/1977 - guest: Ed Moyr [?] (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_878)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 283) 01/14/1977; 02/06/1977 - School Integration, guests: Mrs. Marjorie White, Mrs. Audrey Haskell, Barry Weinheimer, Diane Gethers (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_879)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 285) 01/28/1977; 02/20/1977 - Black colleges; guest: Dr. Frederick Humphries, President of Tennessee State University (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_880)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 286) 01/31/1977; 02/13/1977 - guests Frank T Wood, Jr., Pearl Seals (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_881)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 287) 02/14/1977; 02/27/1977 - television (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_882)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 288) 03/02/1977; 03/06/1977 - Civic Center, guest: Dr. J. Golden (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_883)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 289) 03/11/1977; 03/13/1977 - Recitations and singing, guests Rev. Hyrd Seals, Sr. and members The Church of God In Christ, (COGIC) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_884)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 290) 03/18/1977; 03/20/1977 - Hillbrook Detention Home, guests: John Harmon, Dennis Destefano, Geri Boyd (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_885)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 327) 11/16/1977; 11/27/1977; 12/04/1977 - Soul Generation (3) (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_886)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 384) [missing] 01/10/1979; 01/28/1979 - BOCES, guests: Irvin Henry, District Superintendent, Onondaga-Madison BOCES, Bernice Kipfer, Director H. E. L. P., BOCES., Dr. Frank Ambrosie, Assistant Superintendent Occupational Education, BOCES (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:57) (ID#: wsyr_radio_887)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 392) 03/18/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_888)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 450) 04/24/1980 - Federal Contract Compliance, with Weldon Rougeau, Q: Perspective (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_889)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective (No. 467) 09/06/1980; 09/07/1980 - Discussing Education Today, guest: Dr. Joseph Wood, Vice Principal Eastwood Middle (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_890)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (Program No. 254) 06/25/1976; 07/11/1976 - Pre-K, guests: Shirley Davis, Joyce Arthur, Barbara Thorpe, Dorothy Vanderven, Odessa Adams (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_868)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (Program No. 255) 07/02/1976; 07/18/1976 - guest Frank Cleckley (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_869)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective (Program No. 256) 07/25/1976 - Housing, guests: John Osta, Larry Jackson, Dave Michel, Peter White (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_870)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective [episode number unknown] 05/23/1976; 10/15/1982; 10/17/1982; 10/24/1982 - Co-ordinator Nate G. Nichols, Huntington Family Center; Our Community (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_891)
Box 49 News & Views - Black Perspective [episode number unknown] 04/16/1978; 10/24/1982; 10/31/1984 - guest: Van Robinson, Co-convener of Syracuse Political Action Neighborhood Conference, (SPANC) (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_892)
Box 48 News & Views - Black Perspective: Boston Special 08/03/1976; 08/08/1976 - Urban League, guests: Clarence Barney, Sam H. Jones (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 27:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_872)
Box 24 News and Business (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_613)
Dick Hoffman - Business Today; Charlie Hocut - "Winters Mens Shop"; 6PM News - World & national, Alan Milair, reporting; Richard Gordon space walk cut short; Gemini program; Grand Jury indicts Stokeley Carmichael in Atlanta; Bill Rapp Commercial, sponsor; Weather; "Country house", commercial); Fred Hillegar local news,(incomplete); SU strike - Building and ground workers; Blue Cross & Blue Shield Commercial; Reelection of Rockefeller?
Box 56 News Block - Premiere (5:30-6:05 PM) 06/05/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 48:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_979)
Box 22 News Probe - Transportation - note reads: "PB 12/21 & 12/26". (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_589)
Box 22 News Probe: Gasoline & you - note reads: "PB: 7/26 & 8/1". (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_586)
Box 22 News Probe: Metropolitan Government (Guest - Michael Reagan and Edward Keanse) - note reads: "PB: 8/6 & 8/22; 3M - #175 1 1/5 m.l" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_587)
Box 20 Newsprobe - Drugs: An Update 12/30/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_553)
Box 43 Newsprobe: (B-29) Racial Balance in (Syracuse) City Schools, Andrew Willis, Janet Edison, Dennis Sweney 06/04/1976; 06/06/1976 - special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_809)
Box 19 Newsprobe: A New Agenda for the Elderly 07/09/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_547)
Box 44 Newsprobe: A Question of Balance 12/08/1976; 12/17/1976; 01/09/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_818)
Box 43 Newsprobe: A visit with Governor Carey 04/05/1976 - special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_807)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Berle interview 08/07/1978; 08/28/1978; 09/03/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_840)
Box 43 Newsprobe: Business Climate of New York State 03/31/1976; 04/10/1979 - guest Commissioner John Dyson; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_804)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Cost of Electricity 12/08/1976; 12/10/1976; 12/14/1976 - guests: Ms. Margared [?] Pooler, New York State Board of Consumer Affairs, Mr. Mark De Michele, Vice President Niagara Mohawk, moderators: Rom Hastinos [?], Dom Edwards (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 20:48) (ID#: wsyr_radio_816)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Crime Knows No Limits 08/30/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_830)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Day in Life of Eugene Turner (4) 10/28/1977; 11/27/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_824)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Day in Life of firefighter Bruce Conner 03/24/1976; 04/04/1976 - note on box reads: Complete with open and close (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_825)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Day in the Life of Beulah Durr 01/28/1977; 01/30/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:31) (ID#: wsyr_radio_820)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Day in the Life of Earl Johnson 04/19/1977; 04/24/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_822)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Day in the Life of Mark Smith 03/25/1977; 04/17/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_821)
Box 43 Newsprobe: Downtown Syracuse 04/09/1976; 04/25/1976 - guests: R. Balderson [?] and Irving [?] Davis; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_806)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Education and the Dollar Crunch (3) 05/27/1977; 06/05/1977 - special program Audio Dub for Radio; note on box reads: "Laura Hand [?]; Has TV 3 Intro." Note on tape reads: "7:30PM" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_826)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Employment 06/03/1977; 06/26/1977 - guest: Bruce Pierce; special program Audio Dub for Radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:48) (ID#: wsyr_radio_827)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Environmental Conversation 11/21/1976 - guest: Peter Berle, Commissioner of the Department of New York State Departmental Conservation; special program TV audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_814)
Box 19 Newsprobe: Food For Thought 08/07/1978 - overeating and diet (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_548)
Box 45 Newsprobe: From Here to There 07/13/1978; 07/17/1978 - guests: Warren Frank, Executive Director Centro, Sally Johnston, President Syracuse Disabled in Action (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_839)
Box 19 Newsprobe: High Cost of Hospitalization 06/27 [no year] (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_540)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Holocaust Experience 04/27/1978; 04/30/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_835)
Box 44 Newsprobe: In Sickness and In Health; 12/21/1977; 01/08/1977 - health care and preventive medicine (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_819)
Box 19 Newsprobe: Mario Cuomo, N.Y. Secretary of State 03/20/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_541)
Box 43 Newsprobe: Precious Memories, conversations with Ernest Johnson 04/20/1976; 04/25/1976 - special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:53) (ID#: wsyr_radio_808)
Box 46 Newsprobe: School Days - School Daze [sic] with Herb Weisbaum (4) Dec 6 [no year]; Jan 1 [no year] - drug abuse; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_841)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Solid Waste (3) 05/26/1977; 05/29/1977 - note on the label reads: "Has TV intro" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_823)
Box 43 Newsprobe: Solid Waste as Fuel 04/01/1976; 04/11/1976 - guests John Mulroy, Dr. Charles Johnson; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_805)
Box 43 Newsprobe: Stadium Feasibility 06/18/1976; 06/20/1976 - guests: Mc Arllife [?], Winters [?], Searles [?]; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_810)
Box 43 Newsprobe: Syracuse 07/09/1976; 07/18/1976 - special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_811)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Syracuse Schools 12/01/1976; 12/03/1976; 12/05/1976 - guests Sid Johnson, Jan Edison (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_815)
Box 45 Newsprobe: The Concert Drug Scene 06/22/1978; 06/26/1978; 08/06/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_837)
Box 45 Newsprobe: The Elderly 06/20/1977; 07/10/1977 - guest Kevin McDowel [?]; note on box reads: "TV intro and close"; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_829)
Box 45 Newsprobe: The Elderly. 39 and Holding 10/21/1977; 10/27/1977; 11/13/1977; 11/27/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_832)
Box 19 Newsprobe: The Power Problem 02/15/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_538)
Box 45 Newsprobe: The Steam Plant 06/15/1978; 06/19/1978 - note reads: "Length: 22:30; Edited from TV 28:50" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_836)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Transportation 12/22/1976; 12/26/1976 - special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_817)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Unemployment ... Looking for Work 07/20/1978; 07/24/1978; 08/20/1978 - guests Bruce Pierce, State Labor Department, Ruth Isaacs, County Social Service, Michael Tierney, Syracuse Manpower, Peter Maylone, Peace (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_838)
Box 43 Newsprobe: United Fund 07/14/1976; 07/29/1976; 08/08/1976 - guests: Panadic [?], Fairbank [?]; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_812)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Update the School Drug Scene 04/17/1978; 05/21/1978 - special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_834)
Box 44 Newsprobe: Weather 08/20/1976; 09/17/1976; 09/19/1976 - guests: Dr. Herkinton [?] and Dr. Delaubenfels [?]; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_813)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Welfare 06/06/1977; 06/19/1977 - guests: Lascaris, Heins, Brown; special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_828)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Welfare Crisis 12/14/1977; 12/30/1977; 01/15/1978; 02/05/1978 - guests John Mulroy and Minch Lewis (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_833)
Box 45 Newsprobe: Welfare Fraud 09/22/1977; 10/02/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_831)
Box 34 Night Watch Programs weeks 1, 2 & 7 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_700)
Week 1: Program 1: Julie's Living Death (Care), Script 1: Kava Coffe; Program 2: George’s Private Portrait (Consumer Information); Script 63: Penzoil; Program 3: The Manner’s Dream House - Chard (Radio Free Europe); Script 9: Wrigley; Program 4: Tom & Christy - Snowed in in the Adirondaks (Department of Transportation); Script 13: Haines; Program 5: Minnie Kline’s Cut Out (American Optometric Association); Script 50: Kelly Tires; Week 2: Program 3: Subway Shadower (Junior Achievement); Script 59: Wrigley; Program 2: Champion’s Club (Religion in American Life); Script 21: Penzoil; Program 4: Alabama Summer (American Cancer Society, Virginia Graham; Week 7: Program 1: Old John Hart - Stroke (Food and Drug Administration); Script: One a day vitamin
Box 34 Night Watch Programs: 1 thru 14, with host Peter Lee 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 79:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_701)
Originals without commercials, 5:40 each. Show 1: Julie's Living Death; Show 2: George’s Private Portrait; Show 3: The Manner’s Dream House, Chard; Show 4: Tom & Christy, Snowed in in the Adirondacks; Show 5: Minnie Kline’s Cut Out; Show 6: Dead Ship; Show 7: The Initiation; Show 8: Thundering Train; Show 9: Killed in the Cornfield; Show 10: Mrs. Smart and the German; Show 11: Dreams of Charles Leonard Evan Morgan; Show 12: Lenny’s Problem; Show 13: Jenny Willam’s Kittens; Show 14: The New Mary
Box 35 Night Watch Programs: 103 thru 115 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_708)
103: Aunt Margaret; 104: The Experiment; 105: Skylight; 106: Dream Girl; 107: Practical Joker Ruddy; 108: The Rivals; 109: Maddy’s Plants; 110: Mom’s Nightmare; 111: Friends; 112: Mrs. Fitzsimmon’s Seance in Reserve; 113: No Man Is An Island; 114: His Phobia’s; 115: Dorothy’s Jealousy
Box 35 Night Watch Programs: 15 through 27, with host Peter Lee 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_702)
15: The Knife; 16: Harry’s Heart; 17a: calibration tone; 17b: Wally’s Imagination; 18: Chris’s Fate; 19: Squeaky Clean; 20: The Elevator; 21: Killed by Her Own Hand; 22: Unfair Reward; 23: Professor Johnston’s Plants; 24: Misplaced Fears; 25: The Rescue; 26: Forest Stroll; 27: Ed’s Plane
Box 35 Night Watch Programs: 28 thru 40, with host Peter Lee 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_703)
(Key: W - Week; P - Program; S - Script) 28: The Brigadier; 29: Harriett’s [sic] Complaints; 30: The Terror Lives On; 31: John Hart (W-7, P-1, S-11); 32: The Invitation - The Wind (W-7, P-3, S-41); 33: Burning Again (W-7, P-5, S-14); 34: Lover’s Park; 35: The Mirror; 36: The waves; 37: Perfect Couple; 38: Jackie’s Guilt; 39: Tommy Jordon’s Bees; 40: Die Baby Die (W-10, P-1, S-40).
Box 35 Night Watch Programs: 41 thru 53 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_704)
(Key: W - Week; P - Program; S - Script) 41: (W-10, P-3, S-27), Rebecca the Seamstress; 42: (W-10, P-5, S-53), Justice?; 43: (W-11, P-1, S-20), Respect Ghosts!; 44: (W-11, P-3, S-18), Collin’s Fear of Trees; 45: (W-11, P-5, S-26), Nine Mishaps; 46: (W-12, P-1, S-33), Manny’s Dreams; 47: (W-12, P-3, S-25), The Amhearst’s Paintings; 48: (W-12, P-5, S-52), Janet’s Books; 49: (W-13, P-1, S-54), The Sauna; 50: (W-13, P-3, S-22), The Stolen Flowers; 51: (W-13, P-5, S-58), Captain Clyde & Charlie; 52: (W-?, P-?, S-?), Calibration Tone & Paw Paw Tucker; 53: (W-?, P-?, S-?), Calibration Tone & Paul’s Breakdown
Box 35 Night Watch Programs: 54 thru 66 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_705)
54: Calibration Tone - Giles and Clair; 55: David Randall, The Curse; 56: Rebellious Walden House; 57: Robin - Parachute Death; 58: Physic Art Murder; 59: Rattlesnake; 60: Pacific Crest Trail; 61: Cleaning Up the City; 62: Johnny’s Claustrophobia; 63: The Laird of Kinlessit (sp?), Justice for Joe McCullough; 64: Why the Braithwaits [sic] Never Came Home; 65: Calibration Tone - Philip’s Choice; 66: Sea Monster
Box 35 Night Watch Programs: 67 thru 79 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_706)
67: Gas Attendant; 68: The Crows; 69: Peppered Witch; 70: Grandfather Clock; 71: Baby Murderer; 72: Promo Intro: Claus Ulrick’s Internal Fear (W-20, d-2, story 70); 73: Promo Intro: Lies; 74: Dave’s Madness; 75: The Pike; 76: Calibration Tone - The Fortune Teller (Egg Reader), Carol’s Fortune; 77: Calibration Tone: The Castle; 78: Calibration Tone - Dan Arthur’s Jealousy, What Dan Wished For; 79: Calibration Tone - The Buck
Box 35 Night Watch Programs: 80 thru 102 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_707)
80: a. Calibration Tone; b. (Program levels start low, improve at 2:12), Harry’s Escape; (81 thru 90 missing); 91: Avalanche; 92: The Beautiful House with a Dog; 93: One Mistake; 94: Gardart’s Rats; 95: Finished By a Tanker; 96: Rifle Butt; 97: (W-24, P-2), Mugger Paranoia; 98: The Spiders; 99: Stress Poison; 100: The Tattoo; 101: The Perfectionist; 102: Convict’s Tunnell [sic]
Box 17 Nightwatch - Week 12, Programs 46-48 06/01/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_521)
Pgm 1 - Script 33 - Manny’s Dreams Of Death ; Pgm 3 - Script 25 - The Amherst’s Pictures ; Pgm 5 - Script 5 - Janet’s Book.
Box 17 Nightwatch - Week 13 - programs 49-51 06/08/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_522)
Pgm 1 - Script 54 ; 49 - Sauna Death - Scr. 54, Pgm. 1 ; 50 - Graveyard Flowers - Scrp. 22, Pgm. 3 ; 51 - Civil War - Script 58 - Pgm. 5.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 15 - programs 55-57 06/20/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_524)
Pgm. 55, Script 5 - David Randall - The Curse ; Pgm. 56, Script 6 - Rebellious Walden House ; Pgm. 57, Script 35 - Robin - Parachute Death.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 16 - programs 58-60 06/27/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_525)
Pgm 1-58, Script 2 - Psychic Apt. Murder ; Pgm 3-59, Script 36 - Rattlesnake ; Pgm 5-60, Script 55 - Pacific Crest Trail.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 17 - programs 61-63 07/04/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_526)
Pgm. 61-1, Script 47: Killer Street Cleaner ; Pgm. 62-3, Script 23: Johnny - Claustrophobia ; Pgm. 63-5, Script 10: Joe McCullough - Dungeon.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 22 - programs 86-90 08/17/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_527)
Program 1-86, Script 84: Piranha Fish ; Program 2-87, Script 78: Appleyard House ; Program 3-88, Script 74: Baby Sitter ; Program 4-89, Script 73: Jane Loring - Coastline ; Program 5-90, Script 67: Suicide - Impaling.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 23 - programs 91-95 08/24/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_528)
91: Helicopter Avalanche ; 92: Canine Ghost ; 93: Nitro Glycerin; 94: Rat Exterminator ; 95: Fishing Boat
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 24 - programs 96-100 08/31/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_529)
Pgm 96-1: Gun Butt ; Pgm 97-2: Mugger Paranoia ; Pgm 98-3: Killer Spiders ; Pgm 99-4: Dieter’s Heart Attack ; Pgm 100-5: Dentist.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 26 - programs 101-103 09/07/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_530)
Pgm 1-101, Script 98: The Perfectionist ; Pgm 3-102, Script 97: Convict’s Tunnel ; Pgm 5-103, Script 103: Aunt Margaret.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 27 - programs 104-106 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_531)
1-104: Man Mouse - Script 99 ; 3-105: Tom & Skylight ; 5-106: Dream Girl - Script 104.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 28 - programs 107-109 09/21/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_532)
1-107: Practical Joker - Script 108 ; 3-108: Rival Gardener - Script 106 ; 5-109: Maddy’s Plants - Script 105.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 29 - programs 110-112 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_533)
1-110: Mother-Son Nightmare - Scr. 107 ; 3-111: Graveyard - Scr. 109 ; 5-112: Medium In Reverse - Scr. 110.
Box 18 Nightwatch - Week 30 - programs 113-115 10/05/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_534)
1-113: No Man Is An Island - Scr. 113 ; 3-114: Bridge Jumper - Scr. 112 ; 5-115: Twins - Scr. 111.
Box 17 Nightwatch - Week 5 - Programs 21-25 04/13/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_517)
Program (#1) #21 "Terror In India" ; Program (#2) #22 "The Hazards of Restoring a Haunted House," "The Ghost in the Old House" ; Program (#3) #23 "Do you talk to your plant?" "Prof. Johnson & his Begonia," "The Jealous Plant" ; Program (#4) #24 "A Fear of Fire - A Death by Water," "Fire & Water" ; Program (#5) #25 "A Mediterranean Holiday," "A Cliff-Hanger," "Death on a Mediterranean Hiway."
Box 17 Nightwatch - Week 7 1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_519)
#3 - W-7, P-3, S-41 - "Alka Seltzer," "One A Day Vitamins," "Elaine & Wind," "World Wildlife Foundation;" #4 - W-7, P-4, S-13 - "One A Day Vitamins," "Snowed In In The Adirondacks," "U.S. Navy," (Sweetheart Corners Office); "Also W-1, P-4."
Box 17 Nightwatch - Week14 - programs 52-54 06/13/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_523)
Program #52, Mon. 6/9 - script 64, Quicksand ; Program #53, Wed. 6/11 - script 62, Paul Dicken-Salesman ; Program #54, Fri. 6/13 - script 30, Fat People.
Box 17 Nightwatch Programs 26-30 (Week 6) 04/18/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_518)
#1 Program 26: "A Dead end forest path," "A Strange Forest," "Forest Labyrinth;" #2 Program 27: "The Beautiful Plan - Happily Ever After;" #3 Program 28: "The Brigadier’s Weakness;" #4 Program 29: "Harriet’s Perfect Housekeeper;" #5 Program 30: "The Terror Lives On (Dave & Johnny)."
Box 17 Nightwatch Programs 40-42 (Week 10) 05/18/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_520)
1 - Pgm 40, Script 40 - "Miss Edward's’ Dilemma - Die Baby Die;" 2 - Pgm 41, Script 27 - "Rebecca’s Needles;" 3 - Pgm 42, #5 Script 53 - "Charles Hobby."
Box 17 Nightwatch Programs 6-10 (week 2) (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_516)
#1 Program 6, Script 15, "The Death Ship" ; #2 Program 7, Script 21, "The Champions’ Club" ; #3 Program 8, Script 59, "The Subway Follower" ; #4 Program 9, Script 47, "Alabama Summer" ; #5 Program 10, Script 38, "Terror in the London Blitz"
Box 15 Nixon - Foreign Policy 03/16/1971 - NBC News Network Feed. (1/4 inch audio cassette) (ID#: wsyr_radio_488)
Box 56 Nixon: Presidential Address - Troop Withdrawal from Vietnam April 7, 1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_975)
Normandy today: [William Watts] Chaplin; R. C. A. Music America loves best 06/03/1945; 06/06/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_248)
Box 15 Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty Signing (Lyndon Johnson) 07/01/1968 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_483)
1 - Johnson 7/1/68 Signing of Nuclear Treat, NBC Radio Network Feed ; 2 - BBC Shortwave fragment, Radio Newsreel 1968, World Service
Oversize 15 Opponents of State-control "Tidelands Oil" 04/17/1953 - includes discussion by Senators Lehman, Hill, Tobey. UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_100)
Box 53 Organ Music Pipe and Electronic - compilation tape with music mostly from phono records made by Norman R. Seeburger for Allan Milair; list of titles in box (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_935)
Box 37 Our Community 02/17/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_715)
Box 16 Our Community - Bishop Ned Cole 06/30/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_508)
Box 17 Our Community - C.N.Y. Humane Association 07/21/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:53) (ID#: wsyr_radio_511)
Box 17 Our Community - Careers 07/28/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_512)
Box 17 Our Community - Free Enterprise 09/22/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_513)
Box 24 Our Community - Nurse Practitioner Program - Dr. Heur; Fay Whitney (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_614)
Box 16 Our Community - Onondaga Council On Alcoholism 07/07/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_509)
Box 17 Our Community - Preservation of City History Buildings 02/16/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_515)
Box 17 Our Community - School and Racial Balance 02/09/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:55) (ID#: wsyr_radio_514)
Box 16 Our Community P.B. - Glenn Brown: Executive Director of Peace, Inc. 06/02/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_507)
Box 37 Our Community, guest: John Mungovin, Model Cities Director Playback date: 02/4/1973; 12:05-12:30 PM. Recorded: 01/29/1973 - hosts G. Roberts & D. Edwards (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_714)
Box 38 Our Community: American Cancer Society - Mr. Harvey Tucker, Chairman, Service and Rehabilitation and Joan Apple, Chairman of Bike-A-Thon 09/30/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_736)
Box 39 Our Community: Animal Control, Gany Senamo [?] and guests recorded: 12/28/1973; playback 12/30/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_744)
Box 38 Our Community: Annabel Davis and Mrs. Earl Munderback - R. S. V. P. (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) volunteers, with D. Edwards and John Nicholson 10/19/1973; 10/28/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_739)
Box 39 Our Community: Better Business Bureau, Bill Lukas, Dick Modest [?] and Mrs. Kobealine [?] 01/27/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_749)
Box 39 Our Community: Bilingual Studies, Spanish Speaking Community, guests: Dr. Robert Diflorio, Co-ordinator Special Needs Program; Mr. Jack Barry, Co-ordinator West Side; Mrs. Viola Feliz, parent and teacher [illegible]; Luiz Gonzalez (10 years old), student (Preso Ricar [?]) 01/06/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:49) (ID#: wsyr_radio_747)
Box 38 Our Community: Bill Lape, Pat O’Brien: Syracuse Symphony - Haas; Pranzwitz recorded 08/17/1973; broadcasted 09/09/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_734)
Box 39 Our Community: Bob Kelly, Executive Director Retail Gasoline Dealers of Central New York 03/03/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_750)
Box 40 Our Community: Bottle Legislation, Jim Karp, Mrs. Worden, Mrs. Elizabeth Mosher 04/21/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:47) (ID#: wsyr_radio_757)
Box 39 Our Community: Cerebral Palsy Center, Frank Sirianni, Ruth Doyle, Miss Teresa Crane 03/03/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_751)
Box 40 Our Community: Connie Timberlake playback Sunday 08/11/1974, 08/18/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_762)
Box 40 Our Community: Cooperative Extension Service, William Quinn, Linda McChristal, Mery Ellen Downing, hosts: George Roberts and Jerry Barsha 05/12/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_759)
Box 38 Our Community: Doctor Geo. Bragle of Empire State College and student 12/02/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_742)
Box 37 Our Community: Dr. Lee Porter, University College recorded 06/07/1973, playback: Sunday 06/17/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:25) (ID#: wsyr_radio_726)
Box 38 Our Community: Drug Abuse, Don. Edwards, Geo. Roberts, Father Buckel, Mr. Holness, Youth Director PEACE Incorporated 08/19/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_732)
Box 38 Our Community: Father For Champlin, Don Edwards, G. Roberts 07/22/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_729)
Box 40 Our Community: Fire Prevention in Onondaga City, guest: Mr. Mike Waters recorded 01/03/1975; playback 01/05/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_770)
Box 39 Our Community: First Methodist Church - Fifteenth Anniversary, Richard Troendle and Rev. Irving Hill 03/31/1974; 12/31/0000 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:57) (ID#: wsyr_radio_754)
Box 38 Our Community: G. Roberts - D. Edwards, National Guard 08/12/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_731)
Box 37 Our Community: Guest Dr. Donald Boudrough [?] 07/08/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_727)
Box 37 Our Community: Guest: James Miller, Vice President Niagara Mohawk 05/20/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_723)
Box 38 Our Community: Heart Problems, Dr. Duggan with Don Edwards, Geo Roberts 11/11/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_740)
Box 39 Our Community: Howard Messing Director of City Consumer Affairs with Don Edwards and John Nicholson 04/14/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_756)
Box 37 Our Community: Internal Revenue, Interview 02/25/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:36) (ID#: wsyr_radio_716)
Box 40 Our Community: JEMCO Jordan- Elbridge Medical Project, guests: John Eagan and Dick Rounds 11/10/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_766)
Box 37 Our Community: Josiah Coleman - Careers 05/27/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_724)
Box 39 Our Community: Josiah Coleman, Careers Incorporated, G. Roberts and J. Bowles 01/10/1974; 01/13/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:55) (ID#: wsyr_radio_748)
Box 37 Our Community: Judge Heath, Town of Clay playback Sunday, 05/13/1973; recorded 05/10/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_722)
Box 40 Our Community: Loretto Geriatric Center, guests: Norman E. Harper; Nancy H. Bolton 09/29/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_763)
Box 40 Our Community: Mary Peagram [sic], Director Dunbar Center, Mary Felton 05/19/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_760)
Box 37 Our Community: MDAA Interviews Sunday, March 18, 1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_718)
Box 40 Our Community: Metropolitan Commission on Aging, Miss Ann Babie, Director, Mrs. Ros Bilford, Vice Chairman 11/24/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_768)
Box 38 Our Community: Monsignor Eckerman, Principal of Bishop Ludden High School recorded 08/24/1973; broadcast 09/02/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_733)
Box 41 Our Community: Monsignor Thomas Costello and Sister Gvomy [?] Feb 24 [no year] (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_773)
Box 37 Our Community: Mr. Andrew Willis, Executive Director of The Urban League of Onondaga County 04/15/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_721)
Box 37 Our Community: Mr. Eric Dressler, County Consumer 03/25/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_719)
Box 37 Our Community: Mr. Richard Neave, Meteorologist in charge National Weather Service, Hancock Field 06/10/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_725)
Box 40 Our Community: Nuclear Power, Dr. Meyer 04/28/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_758)
Box 41 Our Community: Nurse Practitioner Program, guests: Alice Chico, Assistant Professor of Nursing Upstate Medical Center, Dr. Neil Kay, Upstate Medical Center recorded January 31, 1975; playback February 2, 1975. - reel No. B-26 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_772)
Box 39 Our Community: Obscenity, Carl Guy, Anti Pornography Commission, Dan Casey, President American Library Association 03/22/1974; 03/24/1974 - note on box reads "Edited by order of Shurle [?]" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_753)
Box 39 Our Community: Office Fuel Allocation Gasoline Shortage Discussion, Dennis Jones 03/10/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:55) (ID#: wsyr_radio_752)
Box 40 Our Community: Our American Heritage 10/20/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_765)
Box 37 Our Community: Paul Drescula, American Cancer Society 07/15/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_728)
Box 39 Our Community: Pioneer Activities Center - Handicapped, Mrs. lane Hubbard, Mrs. Nancy Kraft, Mr. Ronald La France 04/05/1974; 04/07/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_755)
Box 40 Our Community: Reach Out, Robert Detor, Rich Sanchez [?], Jim Bass recorded October 4, 1974; playback: October 6, 1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_764)
Box 38 Our Community: Red Cross, Mr. Gilbert Tills, Dr. Eugene Lozner 09/23/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_735)
Box 38 Our Community: Retarded Children, Interview Dr. Collis 08/05/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:51) (ID#: wsyr_radio_730)
Box 39 Our Community: Richard Flynn, Vice President Consumer Relations of Niagara Mohawk Power corporation 12/16/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_743)
Box 41 Our Community: Rosemary Pooler, Director of P. I. R. G., Fifth District Counsel 01/12/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_771)
Box 37 Our Community: Shelley Turian of Syracuse City Consumer Division 04/01/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_720)
Box 40 Our Community: Suburban Education, guests: Mr. Phillips, Mr. Mayer recorded 11/15/1974; playback 11/17/1974 - reel No. B-4 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_767)
Box 38 Our Community: Syracuse, The Crossroad of New York, John Spencer, narrator, Frank Thompson, narrator, Bill Roseboom 10/14/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_738)
Box 38 Our Community: Transportation Bond Issue, Mr. Powers and Mr. Shub 10/07/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_737)
Box 40 Our Community: United Way, guests - Mark De Michele, Bill Scofield 05/26/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_761)
Box 37 Our Community: Unity Acres (Orwell, New York), guest: Father Armani Sunday, March 4, 1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_717)
Box 39 Our Community: Unwanted Children - Walter Driscoll, Executive Director Catholic Services, Mrs. Amelie Griener [sic], Director Home Aids Central New York, Don Edwards, J. Barsha (part 2) 11/25/1973; 09/10/1972 - note in box reads: Dr. Harry Morgan, Afro Studies, Syracuse University; Warner Wims, Cooperative College Center (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_745)
Box 38 Our Community: Unwanted Children - Walter Driscoll, Executive Director Catholic Services, Sister Constance Egan, Catholic Chaplin [sic], Family Court, Don Edwards, J. Barsha (part 1) 11/18/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_741)
Box 40 Our Community: Upstate Medical Center Bazaar [?] to benefit Coronary Unit, guests: Lori Sigman, Nancy Gilman, Kathy Gary 12/08/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_769)
Box 39 Our Community: Volunteer Center, guests - Mrs. Caroline Ruhe and Mrs. Gail Davis 11/04/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:55) (ID#: wsyr_radio_746)
Box 16 "Our Community" - Consolidated Industries 03/07/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_497)
Box 16 "Our Community" - Home Care For The Elderly 04/22/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_498)
Box 15 "Our Community" - Suburban Crime 02/11/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_496)
Box 16 "Our Community" - WSYR - Pompeion Players - Monsignor Charles Borguionni 04/29/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_499)
Box 57 Page one: Special Interview with Stanley S. Scott, Special Assistant to the President Nixon, with Baker Morten, host 10/21/1973; 11/18/1973 - note in box reads: "Playback: Sunday, November 18, 1973, 9:35-9:55 PM, on WSYR-AM & FM." Tape must be edited at head end ... announcer intro and close needed using their music bed. Close cue: This is Baker Morten in Washington; plus music bed out at 19:37. (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 20:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_987)
Parliament war meeting - "First day of war" (Part 1) 09/01/1939; 09/03/1939 - MBS - Intl 8:30 PM, Cut end, #2. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_112)
Pearl Harbor - Interview - [Jim] Wahl 12/04/1945 - boys and girls from Syracuse are interviewed (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_270)
Pearl Harbor Day - Jim Wahl 12/07/1944 - Jim Wahl, who was present at the time of the attack, reflects on it and the importance of buying war bonds (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_234)
Pearl Harbor Day (parts 1 and 3) 12/07/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_232)
Pearl Harbor Day (parts 2 and 4) 12/07/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_233)
Phone interview with Master Sargeant Shaw from Valley Forge; Hickox luncheon (both sides) 05/13/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_409)
Side 2 has no label. Dubbed from tape. Cut 1 - Don Daver interviews master Sergeant Shaw, Korean War; Cut 2 Hickox lunchon - "Corporal Bob Hickox Day" , "Sgt. Bob Shaw Day"; " Put. first class Peter Le Clair Day"; Mayor Tom. J. Corcoran - speaks, introduced by E. R. Vadeboncouer. "Armed Forces week", Wed. May 13, 1953. Continued on Side 2 (without label), ends with applause.
Box 22 Pollution Special - note on box reads: "For radio airing at 8:05 PM, Mon. April 27, total time without break 22:03, before break: 19:19, after: 30:49"; note on reel reads: "Toscanini , 9/3/44, Mozart Symphony No. 29". (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:03) (ID#: wsyr_radio_585)
Box 25 Portion of E. B. Browning’s "Sonnets from the Portuguese" by Alan Milair (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_634)
Oversize 6 Portion of President Roosevelt Speech in French with translation; One Man’s Family, part 2 Red Ch 2 BK 44 11/07/1942 - Inside - Easy Washer Interview (aborted), Middle Two - Esso Reporter (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_018)
A- "One man's family", chapter 2, book 44 (part 2), wartime theme announcer Ken Carpenter; B-1 Easy Washer, wartime shortages. Interview of John Dyer, Easy Washer engineer; 2-ESSO Reporter (out take); 3-ESSO sell scrap - keep best for yourself, turn household scrap in to gouverment driver. ESSO reporter -out tro; 4 President Roosevelt speaks French, Re: Invasion Africa
Box 25 Premier of "Doctor Doolittle" at the Kallet Shoppingtown Theater (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_628)
Floyd Ottoway and Kay Russell, Kallet Shoppingtown Theater , Broadway at Night program "Doctor Doolittle" premiere in Syracuse
Oversize 9 Presentation of Newspaper files to Onondaga Historical Association 01/30/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_053)
A-Presentation of Syracuse Newspaper archive (1839-1949) to the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA) by WSYR. Elliot Gove, Col. Harry, C. Wilder, E. R. Vadeboneouer, Alan Kauflan, OHA President, Major Harry C. Darston, OHA Secretary
President Comacho, President Roosevelt (part 1); Richard Harkness news 04/20/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_199)
President Comacho, President Roosevelt (part 2); Richard Harkness news 04/20/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_200)
Oversize 6 President Dwight D Eisenhower Speech, Farm. 04/16/1956; 04/19/1956 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_035)
Oversize 11 President Eisenhower Address at Governor’s Conference, parts 1 and 2, Seattle WA 08/04/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_069)
President Eisenhower at Columbia University (part 3) 06/01/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_421)
President Eisenhower at Columbia University (parts 1 and 2) 06/01/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_420)
Oversize 11 President Eisenhower Boston Garden Speech 09/21/1953 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_072)
President Eisenhower report on first 7 months in office and first session of 83rd Congress (both sides) 08/06/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_414)
President Eisenhower returns from "Summit" at Geneva; President Eisenhower departure Address for Geneva Summit 07/15/1954; 07/25/1955 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_423)
President Eisenhower speech before NY Republicans (parts 1 and 2) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_415)
Oversize 12 President Eisenhower Speech Before the United Nations 12/08/1953 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_074)
President Eisenhower speech of Monday (parts 1 and 2) 04/05/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_419)
President Eisenhower speech on Korean truce, John Foster Dulles on Korean Truce; Korean truce - UN and Washington reaction 07/27/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_413)
President Eisenhower State of the Nation speech (parts 1 and 3) 01/07/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_417)
President Eisenhower State of the Nation speech (parts 2 and 4) 01/07/1954 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_418)
Oversize 10 President Eisenhower, Milwaukee, WI. - Foreign and domestic issues, parts 1 and 2 06/10/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_067)
A - President Eisenhower Address before the 33rd Convention of the U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce (JC's). Introduced by JC's President Horace E. Henderson
Oversize 11 President Eisenhower: Future Farmers Address, parts 1 and 2 10/10/1953; 10/15/1953 - at Kansas City, Missouri; dubbed from tape (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_073)
Box 57 President Ford (9:30-9:48 PM) (part 2) 08/12/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 18:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_996)
Box 57 President Ford Address to Joint Session of Congress (9-9:30 PM) 08/12/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_995)
Box 23 President Ford attempted shooting (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_599)
Other NBC network activity news: Medicare; L. A. Tread Contract; Restoration of H2O in Trenton, N. J.; Hoffa Disappears; 1st class mail price increase
President H. S. Truman - Joint session of Congress (parts 1 and 3) 01/04/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_367)
President Harry S. Truman address 05/14/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_369)
Oversize 9 President Harry S. Truman Joint Session at Congress, part 2 of 3 01/04/1950 - Side B blank (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_052)
President Ike [Eisenhower] on defense of budget (parts 1 and 2) 05/14/1957 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_425)
President Ike [Eisenhower] on defense of budget (parts 1 and 2) 05/21/1957 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_426)
Box 56 President Kennedy - Cuba Crisis Talk to Nation; Excerpt Press Conference 11/20/1962 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_971)
Box 57 President Nixon - Final Address From White House August 9, 1974 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_994)
Box 57 President Nixon (7:30-7:56 PM) 11/07/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_988)
Box 57 President Nixon Address on Watergate Tapes (9:35 PM) 04/29/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_992)
Box 56 President Nixon Addresses the Nation on Viet Nam [misspelled Naum] (10 PM) 04/26/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_977)
Box 56 President Nixon from Camp David. Finance Committee for the Reelection of the President [CREEP] 10/22/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_982)
Box 57 President Nixon Speech to the Russian People (12 noon to 12:22:55 PM) 07/02/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:55) (ID#: wsyr_radio_993)
Box 56 President Nixon: Fourth of July Address 07/04/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 12:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_980)
Box 56 President Nixon’s Viet Nam Address 05/08/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_978)
Oversize 15 President of the U.S.A. [Eisenhower] - Security (missiles) parts 1 and 2 11/07/1957 - Radio and television address: National security - military initiative; closes with National Anthem. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_096)
President Roosevelt - Message to Congress (parts 2 and 4); ;Organ Music; Circus of Science (interviews and demos); Hawaiian music program 09/21/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_106)
Roosevelt - Message to Congress, # 2; Inside test cut - organ music; Roosevelt - Message to Congress, # 4; next 3 cuts: Circus of science - interviews and demos; Santa; Part of Hawaiian music program
President Roosevelt - "1st Day of War" 09/03/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_113)
handwritten note reads: "Roosevelt, Sept. 3, 1939. Cue - "I have said that again and again". First - "I hope that the US will keep out of war". End - "No black out peace in US out. 40 sec."
President Roosevelt - "3rd Term Inauguration" (part 1) 01/20/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_150)
President Roosevelt - "3rd Term Inauguration" (part 2); Raymond Gram swing 01/20/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_151)
President Roosevelt - "Fireside chat - Unlimited Emergency" (part 2) ; "Maxwell House - Coffee time" (part 2) 05/27/1941; 05/29/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_153)
President Roosevelt - "Fireside chat - Unlimited Emergency" (parts 1 and 3) 05/27/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_152)
President Roosevelt - "Message - War on Japan" (part 1 and 3) 12/07/1941; 12/08/1941 - note on unlabeled side reads: "NBC House of Representative seems to be after 12/7/41". (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_163)
President Roosevelt - "Message to Congress on War on Japan" (part 1) ; Lang Thompson Orchestra (part 2) 12/03/1941; 12/04/1941; 12/09/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_165)
President Roosevelt - "Message to Congress on War on Japan" (part 2) ; Lang Thompson Orchestra (part 1) 12/03/1941; 12/09/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_166)
President Roosevelt - "Message to Congress on War on Japan" (part 2); Prime Minister Churchill - Regarding US declaring war on Japan (part 1) 12/08/1941 - note reads: "Churchill, No. 1, Dec. 8, ‘41 - first words: "In view of the attack and this declaration". End - "Have been giving [?]. Pass ports...". (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_164)
President Roosevelt - Address Canadian Parliament (part 2); President Roosevelt launches National War Fund Drive 08/25/1943 - includes NBC chimes (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_239)
President Roosevelt - Birthday Ball; Vadeboncoeur and H. R. Eakins 01/29/1944; 02/20/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_219)
President Roosevelt - Coal strike talk (part 1); Richard Harkness News 05/02/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_197)
President Roosevelt - Coal strike talk (part 2); Richard Harkness News 05/02/1943; 05/03/1943; 05/06/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_198)
President Roosevelt - Declaration of War on Germany and Italy 12/11/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_167)
President Roosevelt - Historical file (part 2 and 4) 03/01/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_261)
President Roosevelt - Historical file (parts 1 and 3) 03/01/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_260)
President Roosevelt - Jefferson Memorial; Bond Buyers 04/12/1943; 04/13/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_201)
President Roosevelt - Labor Day (part 2); "One man’s family" (part 1) (CH10 BK 43); Colonel Lindbergh - First speech on war 09/07/1942; 09/03/1942; 09/15/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_182)
President Roosevelt - Message to Congress (Part 1 and 3) 09/21/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_110)
President Roosevelt - Message to Congress (part 1); "Hidden stars" - Bonnie Baker and Orrin Tucker (part 1) 01/06/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_147)
President Roosevelt - Message to Congress (part 2) 01/06/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_148)
President Roosevelt - Message to Congress (part 3) 01/06/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_149)
President Roosevelt - Report on war (part 2) 02/23/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_175)
President Roosevelt - Report on war (parts 1 and 3) 02/23/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_174)
President Roosevelt - Return from the Pacific (part 2) 08/12/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_230)
President Roosevelt - Return from the Pacific (parts 1 and 3) 08/12/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_229)
President Roosevelt - Rome campaign; King George VI - Invasion Day message, NBC (#6) 06/05/1944; 06/06/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_223)
President Roosevelt - State of the Nation (part 1) 01/06/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_263)
President Roosevelt - State of the Nation (part 2 and 4) 01/07/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_212)
President Roosevelt - State of the Nation (part 2); President Roosevelt: Christmas Message 12/24/1944; 01/06/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_236)
President Roosevelt - State of the Nation (parts 1 and 3) 01/07/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_211)
President Roosevelt - Youth talk (part 3) 09/03/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_181)
President Roosevelt (part 1 and 2) 06/12/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_227)
President Roosevelt (part 1); "Here’s to youth" (part 1) 12/24/1943; 01/15/1944 - NBC, first show of series, file 14 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_187)
President Roosevelt (part 1); "One mans family" (Chapter 13 Book 40) (part 2) 12/28/1941; 01/06/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_171)
President Roosevelt (part 2); Lynn Cramer - Vandencoeur interview 01/26/1942; 01/06/1942 - also contains a cut at end on "happy landings" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_172)
President Roosevelt (part 2); Secretary of War Stimson discusses National Service Act, NBC with chimes 12/24/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_188)
President Roosevelt (part 2); Sports News; [illegible] Men’s shop stores, Marliand [sp?] interview, Wally and Jane show 01/08/1944; 01/10/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_218)
President Roosevelt (part 3); "Information Please" (part 1) 09/11/1941; 08/29/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_160)
President Roosevelt (parts 1 and 3) 09/11/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_159)
President Roosevelt (parts 1 and 3) ; Club 570 promos 01/10/1944 - note reads: "3 inside cuts. Club 570 - promos (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_217)
Oversize 2 President Roosevelt Armistice Day Speech. Olivio Santoro complete 11/11/1942 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_017)
Oversize 1 President Roosevelt on NBC (18-19 Yr. Old Draftees) ; Songs for a Soldier; Ripley - Voice Tracks and bridges 10/12/1942 - note on sleeve: "Ruth Chilton’s Matinee"; President Roosevelt NBC 10:00 PM #1 of 2: 18-19 Yr Old Draftees ; Songs for a Soldier - Ripley - Voice Tracks & Bridges (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_007)
A-1: Radio address (1 of 2); B-1: Intro for "On the alert"; B-2: Spot for Carling Red. Cop ale and intro for "Conchito Lopez; B-3: Thoughts on saying good-bye in WW2, intro for "Your flag and mine."
President Roosevelt speech (part 1 and 3) 02/12/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_214)
President Roosevelt speech (part 2) ; "Funny money man" 02/12/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_215)
Note reads: " WSYR 2:30 pm a "Let’s make a deal" type". There is a torn Inserted note in the sleeve, what is left reads: "... starting works are (we are). Time about 40 sec. End - Stavery & War. Short pause".
President Roosevelt speech; Marching with the Marines 02/22/1943; 02/27/1943 - note on sleeve reads: "Minister of Finland" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_203)
Oversize 6 President Roosevelt, part 2: 18-19 year old Boy - National Anthem (incomplete) 10/12/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_019)
Oversize 1 President Roosevelt, part 3 "State of the Union" Message to Congress; "One Man’s Family", part 1, Chapter 13, Book 40 01/06/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_011)
Roosevelt Pt III "State of the Union" Message to Congress ; One Mans Family - Red Part 1 Ch 13 BK 40, sponsor Tender leaf Tea. War time themed - civilian contributions to help war effort (New Year Eve celebration). Candy story (close)
Oversize 1 President Roosevelt; "One Man’s Family", Chapter 10, Book 43, part 2 of 2 09/07/1942 - President Roosevelt NBC 9:30 PM #1 of 2 ; One Mans Family Off Red Part II Ch10 BK43 [crossed out] (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_008)
A-1: Fragment re: wartime metal shortage; President Roosevelt (part 1); "One Man’s Family" (Part 2, Chapter 10, Book 43), sponsor "Fleischmann's yeast"
Oversize 3 President Roosevelt: 3rd War Loan Drive; Songs for a Soldier(Voice tracks and Bridges) 09/08/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_021)
A-1: James Cagney - S. A. G. President for a play "Back the attack with war bonds"; A-2: President Roosevelt radio address - "3rd War loan drive"; B-1: Song's for a soldier (WSYR program); B-2: Carlings black label beer (spot, song intro); B-3: Talk about war effort and song intro (WSYR announcer)
Oversize 1 President Roosevelt: Report On War, part 2; Bess Johnson 04/28/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_009)
President Roosevelt: Report On War (part 2); The story of Bess Johnson, sponsor "Super Side", "Colgate tooth powder".
Oversize 1 President Roosevelt: Report On War, parts 1 and 3 04/28/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_010)
Over (grisly mention) ; Roosevelt End of _ with NBC ID & Chimes. B-Part 2 closes with Truman Bradley making an announcement re: Red Skelton show and President Roosevelt (incomplete fragment)
Box 58 President Statement on Viet Nam Withdraw Read by Ron Nessel with Questions and Answers by Henry Kissinger 04/29/1975 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_998)
President Truman Speech to Congress - Steel strike; [unknown] 06/10/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_406)
Note on sleeve reads: "Five of the best for Sun. June 8. Tr. 1 - Gove; 2 - Doubleday; tr. 3 - Murphy ; tr. 4 - Deline; tr. 5 - O’Donnell".
President Truman - A. D. A. [Americans for Democratic Action?] speech; [unknown] 07/17/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_402)
President Truman - Civil Defense - General MacArthur (parts 1 and 2) 05/07/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_382)
President Truman - Close San Francisco conference (part 1); Big Three Conference 06/25/1945; 08/02/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_241)
President Truman - Close San Francisco conference (part 2); President Truman on Berlin Conference (part 2) 06/25/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_242)
President Truman - Inflation (part 1) 06/14/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_383)
President Truman - Message to Congress (part 2) 05/25/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_308a)
President Truman - Message to opening of Congres (part 2) - starts w/ "42% ", re: Price inflation wage earners farm prices. Combating inflation - economics, 1947"; ends w/ "might not recover" and listing of goods (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_341)
President Truman - Ottawa speech (part 3) 06/11/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_334)
President Truman - Ottawa speech (parts 1 and 2) 06/11/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_333)
President Truman - Press Association (part 1); Reunion of 35th Division (part 1) 04/21/1947; 06/07/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_331)
President Truman - Press Association (part 2); Reunion of 35th Division (part 2) 04/21/1947; 06/07/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_332)
President Truman - speech to regiment; [unknown] 06/07/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_405)
President Truman - State of the Nation (part 2); Pet Milk (part 2) 01/05/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_353)
President Truman - State of the Nation (parts 1 and 3) 01/05/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_352)
President Truman - State of the union message to Congress (part 1 and 3) 01/07/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_342)
President Truman - State of the union message to Congress (part 2) 01/07/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_343)
President Truman - State of Union Message to Congress (parts 1 and 3) 01/09/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_392)
President Truman - Steel crisis (parts 1 and 2) 04/07/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_401)
Notes on sleeve read: "For Ernie Cuno. Cut 1 - Deacon Doubleday; cut 2 - Bill Rothrum; cut 3 - Mayor Corcoran; Cut 4 - Murphy. Bob: Put Murph’s on here too - then pls put on my desk."
President Truman (part 1 and 3) 10/27/1945 - label on side 1 is damaged (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_289)
President Truman (part 1 and 3) 12/15/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_376)
President Truman (part 1) 10/24/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_339)
President Truman (part 1) 03/17/1948 - note on label reads: "Used AM 3/13/1948" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_347)
President Truman (part 1) 07/19/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_370)
President Truman (part 2) 10/27/1945 - label on side 2 is damaged (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_290)
President Truman (part 2) 07/19/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_371)
President Truman (part 2) 12/15/1950 - side 2 has no label (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_377)
President Truman (part 2) 01/08/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_379)
President Truman (part 2) (#11); Goes calling on Mrs. Breuman, Mattydale (part 2, program 77) 03/12/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_328)
President Truman (part 2); [unknown] 10/24/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_340)
President Truman (parts 1 and 3) 01/08/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_378)
Oversize 14 President Truman [State of the] Union Message, part 2 01/09/1952 - dubbed from tape (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_093)
President Truman address 05/14/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_368)
Oversize 8 President Truman address at Jefferson Memorial expansion in University of Missouri–St. Louis, parts 1 and 2 06/10/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_049)
Oversize 9 President Truman Address to the Joint Session of the Congress, part 2 [and partial 3] 03/17/1948 - Side B-blank (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_054)
President Truman at Baylor University, Texas (part 1); President Truman talk - Labor Bill 03/06/1947; 06/20/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_335)
President Truman at Baylor University, Texas (part 2) 03/06/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_326)
President Truman at Monticello (incomplete) 07/04/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_336)
President Truman at opening UN General Assembly, New York (part 1) 10/23/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_323)
President Truman at opening UN General Assembly, New York (part 2) 10/23/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_324)
President Truman at University of California (part 1); President Truman message to Congress (part 2) 06/12/1948; 07/27/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_349)
President Truman awarding 100th Congressional medal to Sargent Jake W. Lindsey; VE Day show - United Nations salute (part 2) 05/02/1945; 05/21/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_249)
President Truman comes home (part 1) 11/05/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_351)
President Truman from Brazil - (part 1 (11); 11 PM Breaks - For Sunday [illegible] 08/31/1947; 09/02/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_337)
1 - D’Simas wid BRR; 2 - Heaphy at Son; 3 - Cordal Manor
President Truman from Brazil (part 2);[unknown] 09/02/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_338)
President Truman from Mexico City; [unknown] (part 1) 03/03/1947 - damaged label on side 2 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_325)
President Truman Jefferson Jackson Day dinner (parts 1 and 2) 03/29/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_400)
President Truman message to Congress on railroad. Strike (part 2) 05/25/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_307)
President Truman on Railroad Strike 05/24/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_306)
President Truman on Reconversion - labels are damaged (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_291)
President Truman speech (evening) Exec. Order 9599 (War to Peace transition) Reconvertion. Cut inside out, ends w/"allowed at a particular time". Side without label. Part 2 on the labeled side ends w/ National Anthem & NBC chimes
President Truman on Reconvertion [sic], Part 2 (#10) 10/30/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_292)
President Truman Part 2 of 2 - label is damaged (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_294)
President Truman - Stabilization, ?/14/1946, Part 2 of 2. Dan Pando closes with NBC chimes
President Truman preparedness speech - address at Washington Monument, Memorial grounds (part 1 and 2) 07/04/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_385)
Oversize 9 President Truman special message to Congress, part 1 of 3; President Truman at University of California, part 2 of 2 06/12/1948; 07/27/1948 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_055)
Side A: Controlling inflation, high prices and housing shortage; Side B - closes with short piece of music - a march
Oversize 10 President Truman special message to special session of Congress, parts 1 and 3 11/17/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_056)
President Truman speech - Syracuse 10/16/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_408)
Oversize 5 President Truman speech, part 3; Molotov and translation of Molotov’s speech; President Truman first speech, part 1 04/17/1945; 04/26/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_063)
A-President Truman speech (Part 3), radio address closes with NBC chimes; Foregn Commisar Molotov speech, conclusion and and translation in English, San Francisco conference; B- President Truman first speech before Congress (part 1). Pressident Truman encloses President Roosevlet. Pressident Truman discusses war time
President Truman speech; [unknown] 03/06/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_399)
President Truman talk (part 1) 07/13/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_361)
President Truman talk (part 2) 07/13/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_362)
President Truman talk on O. P. A. (part 1); Shell digest 06/29/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_308)
President Truman talk on O. P. A., Part 2 (#11) 06/29/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_309)
President Truman to Greece and Turkey (part 1); Goes calling on Mrs. Breuman, Mattydale (part 1, program 77) 03/12/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_327)
Oversize 8 President Truman, M. G., parts 1 and 2 06/14/1952; 06/19/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_044)
A-President Truman address: Keel Laying ceremonies for the first atomic powered submarine "The Nautilus". Q. T. H. - electric boat division, General Dynamics Corporation Submarine yard, Groton Connecticut
President Truman, Part 1 of 2 - label damaged (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_293)
President Truman, Part 1 of 2 - Address profiteering - meat storage e "General stabilization program", from NBC network at White House, Price regulation Congress, O. P. A., ?/14/1946
President Truman’s Airfield dedication to General Hap Arnold 06/25/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_384)
Oversize 13 President Truman’s Farewell Address 04/12/1945; 01/16/1953 - note on label reads: "Start on Apr. 12th, 1945, end - That war my 1st [?]". UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_085)
President Truman’s speech on the removal of General MacArthur as Far East commander (parts 1 and 2) 04/11/1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_380)
Prime Minister Attlee (part 1 and 3) 11/13/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_268)
Prime Minister Attlee (part 1); R. C. A. Show - Music America loves best; Roy Rogers (part 2) 10/26/1945; 11/04/1945; 11/09/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_264)
Prime Minister Attlee (part 2 and 4) 11/09/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_265)
Prime Minister Attlee (part 2); Governor Thomas Dewey at Cornell University 11/12/1945; 11/13/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_269)
Prime Minister Attlee (part 3) 11/09/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_266)
Prime Minister Churchill (part 2 and 4) 05/19/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_196)
Prime Minister Churchill (part 2 and 4) 03/21/1943 - note on label reads: "Carton #10" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_210)
Prime Minister Churchill (part 2 and 4); "D Day" Prayer with President Roosevelt 03/26/1944; 06/06/1944 - On side 2 note reads: " Chuel [sic] "When the signal is given Almighty god. End on sens. : will triup [sic]" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_221)
Prime Minister Churchill (parts 1 and 3) 05/19/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_195)
Prime Minister Churchill (parts 1 and 3) 03/26/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_220)
Oversize 2 Prime Minister Churchill, part 2; Olivio Santoro, [Boy Yodeler] 11/29/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_016)
B- "Modern Cannon ball", sung to tune of "Wabash Cannonball"; "I've got wings on my Bronco in the sky"; "I get the neck of the chiken", Bobby Hookey; Trivio: Pet food spot and Jingle
Oversize 3 Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Quebec, part 2; Secretary Cordell Hull, part 1 08/31/1943; 11/10/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_025)
B- 1: Moscow Conference report to Congress
Oversize 4 Punch Lines From Speeches on War By World Leaders: [Benito] Mussolini (Dec. 7 - Dec. 11) ; [Franklin] Roosevelt; That They Might Live, part 1 - SIDE B UNPLAYABLE NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_031)
Punch Lines From Speeches on War By World Leaders: [Benito] Mussolini (Dec. 7 - Dec. 11) ; [Franklin] Roosevelt; That They Might Live (Part 1); Enlistment of volunteer nurses aids
Oversize 4 Punch Lines From Speeches on War By World Leaders: Neville Chamberlain, parts 1 and 2; Winston Churchill - Fall of France; That They Might Live, Program 44, part 2 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_032)
A-That They Might Live, Program 44 (part 2), script by James Hart, score and conducted by Boris Momorsky [?], starring Binnie Barnes
Queen Elizabeth coronation oath, Westminster Abbey; Elizabeth II Coronation (actual) 06/02/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_412)
Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation speech, Churchill introduction and actual Crowning of Queen Elizabeth (finale) 06/02/1953 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_411)
Oversize 12 Queen Mary eulogy (Grandmother England) 03/29/1953 - script by Joseph Denbow, speaker for NBC, George Hiks. Side A only. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_082)
Box 15 R.F.D. Aircheck - Don Daver (reel 3) 06/07/1972 (1/4 inch audio cassette) (ID#: wsyr_radio_495)
Box 52 Radio and Television Department O. C. C. Special Lincoln’s Birthday Program 1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 10:38) (ID#: wsyr_radio_920)
Oversize 7 Radio Talk, MidniteTalk on TV (DeBernardis, ER Vadeboncoeur and [Alan] Milair). Various Cuts 09/12/1955; 09/15/1955 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_039)
A-1: DeBernardis Radio talk; 2: Television talk, 12 midnight, part 1; B-1: Television talk, 12 midnight, part 2; 2: E. R. Vadeboncoeur talk on television. Paul C. DeBernardis running for local traffic Court Justice. Side B -1, part 2 of Television talk 12 Midnight is UNPLAYABLE, NOT TRANSFERRED.
Raymond Gram Swing; Wendell Willkie speech (part 2); ESSO and Rusterholtz (part 2) 02/12/1941; 02/13/1941; 02/17/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_155)
Box 50 Religion Makes News 07/25/1971 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 14:26) (ID#: wsyr_radio_900)
Remembrance Day - General [Jonathan Mayhew] Wainwright (parts 2 and 4) 09/23/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_280)
Box 50 Rev. Rasberry/ Gospel Sound 03/07/1976; 03/15/1981 - includes additional information in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 32:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_895)
Box 50 Rev. Rasberry/ Gospel Sound 03/12/1978; 03/07/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 32:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_896)
Box 50 Rev. Rasberry/ Gospel Sound 03/21/1976; 03/22/1981; 01/05 [no year] - includes Music Clearance Sheet in box (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_897)
Box 21 Reverend Rasberry and Gospel Sound, PB, Mormon Tabernacle Choir 12/27/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_571)
Box 21 Reverend Rasberry and Gospel Sound, PB. 11/14/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:25) (ID#: wsyr_radio_568)
Box 21 Reverend Rasberry and Gospel Sound, PB. 11/21/1981 (1/4 inch audio cassette; running time 23:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_569)
Box 21 Reverend Rasberry and Gospel Sound, PB. 12/13/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 24:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_570)
Box 21 Reverend Rasberry and Gospel Sound, PB. 01/17/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_572)
Box 21 Reverend Rasberry and Gospel Sound, PB. 02/14/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_573)
Box 19 Reverend Rasberry; Gospel Sound 03/14/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_539)
Box 12 RFD Deacon Tribute - Original - (part 2) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 57:34) (ID#: wsyr_radio_467)
Box 12 RFD Deacon Tribute - Original (part 1) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 61:01) (ID#: wsyr_radio_466)
Oversize 15 Richard Nixon Speech re: Eisenhower Administration 04/23/1953 - B - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_101)
Box 58 Robert Bockman for Congress Committee - note on box reads: "Bockman original-Dub, (1-30; 2-30). Two 30 sec spots to be rotated - Don Shart, TA 384; 541." (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 1:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1001)
Box 25 Rocky Horror Show, sound effects 09/27/1984 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_624)
Box 59 Rosemary Pooler for State Senate 09/25/1980 - Four 60-second commercials (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 4:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1031)
Oversize 8 Sales tax funeral (ER Vadeboncoeur) 02/28/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_048)
A-Vadeboncouer: Views the News - Unions Repeal of Syracuse Sales Tax Law. Sponsor - P. Lorillard Tobacco Company; Spots for "Old gold cigarettes" and Briggs Pipe mixture, Elliot Gove announcer; B-outtake from above (low level)
Oversize 5 San Francisco Conference, Foreign Commissar Molotov speech (all in Russian), part 2; President Truman first address before Congress, part 2 04/16/1945; 04/26/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_060)
Oversize 5 San Francisco United Conference, part 3; Translation of Molotov speech; Foreign Minister Eden of Great Britain, part 1 04/26/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_061)
Box 20 Scoreboard - call-in sports questions show; includes portions of commercials, lots of talk about Coach Maloney, PSAs (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 65:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_557)
Secretary [of the Navy Frank] Knox (part 2); President Roosevelt - Address Canadian Parliament (part 1) 08/25/1943; 08/28/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_194)
Oversize 4 Secretary Cordell Hull, part 2; [second side is illegible] 11/18/1943; 3/22/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_030)
A-Secretary Cordell Hull address (part 2); B-1: Multitreiency toner; B-2: "Hit and win", quiz show (part 2). B-2: Daily 9:35-10 AM, Jimmy Vincorl and his Orchestra, M. C. - Bob Rowly, Small orchestra plays "Caravan", Duke Ellington composition. WSYR program - "You forgot to remember" is sung by Dick Moore with orchestra
Oversize 15 Secretary John Foster Dulles - cabinet meeting, parts 1 and 2 10/25/1954 - first broadcast of a Cabinet session combined radio and television networks and newsreel White House, Q. T. H., closes with "Stars and Stripes Forever". (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_097)
Secretary of State [Edward] Stettinius, Jr. 03/05/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_259)
Secretary of State Marshall on Moscow conference (part 1); Syracuse Speaks (part 2) 04/26/1947; 04/28/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_329)
Secretary of State Marshall on Moscow conference (part 2); [unknown] 04/28/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_330)
Box 22 Senate Spotlight - [Alfonse] D’Amato 10/27/1985 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_583)
Box 22 Senate Spotlight - [Alfonse] D’Amato (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_584)
Box 22 Shoplifting interview Woman’s World (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_588)
11/29 - Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, Monty Houston - project Smash; 12/12 - Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, Monty Houston - project Smash; 12/19 - Syracuse Chamber of Commerce - project Smash, Preston Delaski - president of Family Bargain Center
Signing of North Atlantic Pact 04/04/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_359)
Signing of North Atlantic Pact; Greek interview 03/30/1949; 04/04/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_360)
Songs for a soldier (Ripley); President Roosevelt - Youth talk (part 1) 09/02/1942; 09/03/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_179)
Box 52 Sounds for All Seasons, Program No. 65-3 - additional information included in box (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_922)
One Note Samba - Percy Faith; Day by Day - Franck Pourcel; Gentle on My Mind - Ferrante & Teicher; Moment to Moment - Don Tweedy; Alfie - Hugo Montenegro; The First Time Ever (I Saw Your Face) - Ray Conniff Singers; Happy Heart - David Rose; Baby I’m A Want You, Peter Nero; Mr. Bojangles - Andre Kostelanetz; Darling Lili - Living Strings/ Johnny Douglas; Summer Samba, Walter Wanderley; Remind me - Tony Bennett; It’s Too Late - Hollyridge Strings; Alone Again (Naturally) - Ronnie Aldrich; Michelle - Paul Mauriat; By the Time I Get to Phoenix - Mantovani
Box 52 Sounds for All Seasons, Program No. 90-1, X L Caravan Audition - additional information included in box (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_923)
Joy - Percy Faith; Speak Softly Love - Sounds of Sunshine; Volare - Tony Mottola; Theme from Shaft - Ferrante and Teicher; Until It’s Time for You to Go - Andy Williams; Wave - Brass Ring; Toxedo Junction - Enoch Light Orchestra; Without You - James Last Chorus; Peanut Vendor - Tommy Garrett; Born Free - Artie Kane; Hurting Each Other - Karen Carpenter; Song Sung Blue - Chet Atkins; Friendship - Frank Chacksfield; Too Beautiful to Last - Engelbert Humperdinck; Theme from A Summer Place - Paul Mauriat; All I Never Need Is You - Bert Kaempfert; The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Percy Faith; Give My Regards To Broadway - Stanley Black
Box 52 Sounds for All Seasons, Program No. 91 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_924)
Box 24 Speaking of Soaps - syndicated program (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_615)
Special Broadcast from Manila - General McArthur [sic] and President [Sergio] Osmena (parts 1 and 2) 02/26/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_262)
Special eye witness story (part 2) ; Invasion Broadcasts (part 2) 06/07/1944 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_225)
Side 1: outside cut - Ship air battle; Side 2: #1; # 2 Hicks on battle ship (Part 2 of this on 3rd record)
Special news broadcast - Casablanca announcement; "One man’s family" (part 1) 01/26/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_213)
Oversize 2 Special Thanksgiving Program with President Roosevelt, part 1; Prime Minister Churchill, part 1 11/26/1942; 11/29/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_014)
Box 25 Sports Illustrated interview with Keith Morris and Bill Bradley, ESSO Tiger - 4 cuts (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_636)
Oversize 8 State Senator [Arthur H.] Wicks audio from TV speech 10/20/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_047)
A - NBC program New York State Lieutenant Gov. Arthur H. Wicks (audio from TV speech, this is a film soundtrack); B - UNPLAYABLE
Box 17 "Strip Mining" - Tape Response - Representative Patsy T. Mink 07/14/1974 - note reads, "Response to an editorial?" (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_510)
Syracuse bombing (part 1); President Roosevelt (part 1) 07/25/1943; 07/28/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_192)
Syracuse bombing (part 2); President Roosevelt (part 2) 07/25/1943; 07/28/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_193)
Box 25 Syracuse Saving Bank spots; J. P. Byrne spot (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_637)
Syracuse speaks - Income Tax cut (part 1); President Truman - VJ Proclamation 03/12/1948; 03/13/1948 - note on label reads: "Used AM 3/13/1948" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_346)
Box 18 Syracuse Symphony Orchestra - "Sway of thy Gentle Wing" Audio Dub for Radio 01/11/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_535)
Box 51 Syracuse University Archbold Stadium (TV Audio) Special (1978) 1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_905)
Box 14 Syracuse University Basketball - Carrier Classic 12/02/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_476)
Box 22 Syracuse University Basketball: Syracuse vs. Iona. Carrier Classic - sticker on box is # 39 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_591)
Box 14 Syracuse University Commencement Broadcast (First Hour) 05/10/1980 - First hour ends w/ Bill Everett hosting the Denny Sullivan Show. (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 60:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_478)
Box 18 Syracuse University Football; Interviews; "Guideline" 01/18/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_536)
1: (2) Larry King - S.U. Football, Archbold Stadium, "Buy Season Tickets" Spots ; (2) Tim Roscoe - S.U. F’Ball ; (1) Bob Avery - S.U. F’Ball ; (1) Bill Zanovich [?] - S.U. F’Ball ; 2: WSYR news interviews in an extremely noisy room ; 3: Rosemary Hawtton - "Guideline" interview - fragment, NBC Radio Feed ; 4: "Guideline" 1/18/76 Religious pgm, Rosemary Hawton interview #3 of 4.
Box 19 Syracuse University. Basketball - Carrier Classic - Manley Field House (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_545)
Box 52 Teenage Sexuality: You Don’t Have to be In Love to Make Love (No. 1157) Jun 1982 - Cut 1: Introduction; Cut 2: Documentary; Syndicated program; includes Cooperative Extension business card in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_928)
Cut 1 - Introduction 0:30; Cut 2: Documentary 28:30
Oversize 17 Telephone Interview with Bob Witney and Donald Pedder 08/06/1953 - Donald Pedder is half brother of POW returnee Harold Dunn, released 8/6/1953. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_042)
Box 51 That Wonderful Wild Band from West Genesee - special program audio dub for radio (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:58) (ID#: wsyr_radio_910)
Box 19 The Carrier Takeover Controversy 10/27/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:55) (ID#: wsyr_radio_551)
Box 26 The French National Orchestra: Program 1: Rameau - Dutilleux (part 2) 04/04/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:42) (ID#: wsyr_radio_640)
1 - Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764): First Suite from Dardanus(13:32), The French National Orchestra, under the direction of Jean Martinon; 2 - Henri Dutilleux (1916-): Le Loup (The Wolf) - excerpt,(2:25), The Radio Symphony Orchestra of the FBS, under the direction of Eugene Bigot; 3 - Henri Dutilleux: Symphony (30:21), The French National Orchestra, under the direction of André Cluytens. Overall time: 53:29. Content list is in Program 1, part 1 box.
Box 28 The French National Orchestra: Program 10: Jacques Dupont - Henri Martelli (part 1) 06/06/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 27:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_657)
Jacques Dupont (1906-): Cello Concerto (Navarrianas) (22:47); Andre Navarra, soloist, Jean Martinon, conductor; Henri Martelli (1899-): Second Symphony for Strings (23:30), Manuel Rosenthal, conductor. Overall time: 53:29. Content list is in box.
Box 28 The French National Orchestra: Program 10: Jacques Dupont - Henri Martelli (part 2) 06/06/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:14) (ID#: wsyr_radio_658)
Jacques Dupont (1906-): Cello Concerto (Navarrianas) (22:47); Andre Navarra, soloist, Jean Martinon, conductor; Henri Martelli (1899-): Second Symphony for Strings (23:30), Manuel Rosenthal, conductor. Overall time: 53:29. Content list is in Program 10, part 1 box.
Box 28 The French National Orchestra: Program 11: Vandelle - Mirouze - Debussy (part 1) 06/13/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:40) (ID#: wsyr_radio_659)
Romuald Vandelle (1896-): Symphonie Breve, Adagio maestoso, Allegro con spirito, Andante and Presto (18:31), Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Marcel Mrouze (1914-1957): Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (23:51), Henriette Faure, soloist, Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Claude Debussy (1862-1918): Marche Ecossaise (6:40), D. E. Inghelbrecht conducting. Overall time: 53:04. Content list is in box.
Box 29 The French National Orchestra: Program 11: Vandelle - Mirouze - Debussy (part 2) 06/13/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:24) (ID#: wsyr_radio_660)
Romuald Vandelle (1896-): Symphonie Breve, Adagio maestoso, Allegro con spirito, Andante and Presto (18:31), Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Marcel Mrouze (1914-1957): Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (23:51), Henriette Faure, soloist, Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Claude Debussy (1862-1918): Marche Ecossaise (6:40), D. E. Inghelbrecht conducting. Overall time: 53:04. Content list is in Program 11, part 1 box.
Box 29 The French National Orchestra: Program 12: Poulenc - Delvincourt (part 1) 06/20/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:27) (ID#: wsyr_radio_661)
Francis Poulenc (1899-): Concert Champetre (24:13), The composer at the piano, D. E. Inghelbrecht conducting; Claude Delvincourt (1888-1954): Bal Venitien, Prelude, Forlane, Passamezzo, Burlesca, Barcarolle, Mauresca, Tarantella (24:37), Eugene Bigot conducting. Overall time: 53:30. Content list is in box.
Box 29 The French National Orchestra: Program 12: Poulenc - Delvincourt (part 2) 06/20/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:59) (ID#: wsyr_radio_662)
Francis Poulenc (1899-): Concert Champetre (24:13), The composer at the piano, D. E. Inghelbrecht conducting; Claude Delvincourt (1888-1954): Bal Venitien, Prelude, Forlane, Passamezzo, Burlesca, Barcarolle, Mauresca, Tarantella (24:37), Eugene Bigot conducting. Overall time: 53:30. Content list is in Program 12, part 1 box.
Box 29 The French National Orchestra: Program 13: Destouches - Tomasi - Ibert (part 1) 06/27/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 34:32) (ID#: wsyr_radio_663)
Andre-Cardinal Destouches (1672-1749): Callirhoé, Symphonic excerpts from ballet-opera: Overture, 1st & 2nd airs for the fauns & Rondo, 1st & 2nd minuets, Warriors’ step, 1st & 2nd passepieds (12:42), Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Henri Tomasi (1901-): Les Lettres de Mon Moulin: Les Trois Messes Basses (Three Low Masses), Le Secret de Maître Cornille (7:11), Andre Girard conducting; Jacques Ibert (1890-): Symphonie Concertante for Oboe & String Orch.: Allegro con moto, Adagio, Allegro brillante (28:22), Jules Goetgheluck, oboe, Eugene Bigot conducting. Overall time: 53:30. Content list is in box.
Box 29 The French National Orchestra: Program 13: Destouches - Tomasi - Ibert (part 2) 06/27/1959; 07/03/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:50) (ID#: wsyr_radio_664)
Andre-Cardinal Destouches (1672-1749): Callirhoé, Symphonic excerpts from ballet-opera: Overture, 1st & 2nd airs for the fauns & Rondo, 1st & 2nd minuets, Warriors’ step, 1st & 2nd passepieds (12:42), Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Henri Tomasi (1901-): Les Lettres de Mon Moulin: Les Trois Messes Basses (Three Low Masses), Le Secret de Maître Cornille(7:11), Andre Girard conducting; Jacques Ibert (1890-): Symphonie Concertante for Oboe & String Orch.: Allegro con moto, Adagio, Allegro brillante (28:22), Jules Goetgheluck, oboe, Eugene Bigot conducting. Overall time: 53:30. Content list is in Program 13, part 1 box.
Box 26 The French National Orchestra: Program 2: Debussy - Mihalovici (part 1) 04/11/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 21:58) (ID#: wsyr_radio_641)
Claude Debussy (1862-1918): Iberia (Central section of triptych, Images) in three movements: Par les rues et les chemins; Les Parfums de la Nuit; Le Matin d’un jour de Fete (21:58), under the direction of D. E. Inghelbrecht; Marcel Mihalovici: Scenes de Thesee (Scenes from Theseus), Introduction & Lamento, Concertino, Scherso, Intermezzo, Burlesco, Concerto, Epilogue (25:33), under the direction of Jean Fournet. Overall time: 53:23. Content list is in box.
Box 26 The French National Orchestra: Program 2: Debussy - Mihalovici (part 2) 04/11/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:33) (ID#: wsyr_radio_642)
Claude Debussy (1862-1918): Iberia (Central section of triptych, Images) in three movements: Par les rues et les chemins; Les Parfums de la Nuit; Le Matin d’un jour de Fete (21:58), under the direction of D. E. Inghelbrecht; Marcel Mihalovici: Scenes de Thesee (Scenes from Theseus), Introduction & Lamento, Concertino, Scherso, Intermezzo, Burlesco, Concerto, Epilogue (25:33), under the direction of Jean Fournet. Overall time: 53:23. Content list is in Program 2, part 1 box.
Box 26 The French National Orchestra: Program 3: Debussy - Rivier (part 1) 04/18/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:22) (ID#: wsyr_radio_643)
Claude Debussy: Three Nocturnes: Fetes, Nuages, and Sirenes (25:20), The French National Orchestra with the Chorus of the French Broadcasting System - D. E. Inghelbrecht conducting; Jean Rivier: Concerto in C, for Piano & Orchestra (20:48), The French National Orchestra with Janine Dacosta at the piano under the direction of Georges Tzipine. The three movements are: Quasi marela;Lento e funebre; Finale. Overall time: 53:10. Content list is in box.
Box 26 The French National Orchestra: Program 3: Debussy - Rivier (part 2) 04/18/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:48) (ID#: wsyr_radio_644)
Claude Debussy: Three Nocturnes: Fetes, Nuages, and Sirenes (25:20), The French National Orchestra with the Chorus of the French Broadcasting System - D. E. Inghelbrecht conducting; Jean Rivier: Concerto in C, for Piano & Orchestra (20:48), The French National Orchestra with Janine Dacosta at the piano under the direction of Georges Tzipine. The three movements are: Quasi marela; Lento e funebre; Finale. Overall time: 53:10. Content list is in Program 3, part 1 box.
Box 26 The French National Orchestra: Program 4: Honegger - Tomasi - Ciry - Roussel (part 1) 04/25/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 31:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_645)
Arthur Honegger (1892-1955): Pacific 231 (6:13), Robert Blot conducting; Henri Tomasi (1919-): La Moresca (21:13), composer conducting; Michel Ciry (1919-): Pieta (10:42), Pierre Dervaux conducting; Albert Roussel (1869-1937): Sinfonietta (8:38), Geroge Tzipine conducting. Overall time: 53:23. Content list is in box.
Box 27 The French National Orchestra: Program 4: Honegger - Tomasi - Ciry - Roussel (part 2) 04/25/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:23) (ID#: wsyr_radio_646)
Arthur Honegger (1892-1955): Pacific 231 (6:13), Robert Blot conducting; Henri Tomasi (1919-): La Moresca (21:13), composer conducting; Michel Ciry (1919-): Pieta (10:42), Pierre Dervaux conducting; Albert Roussel (1869-1937): Sinfonietta (8:38), Geroge Tzipine conducting. Overall time: 53:23. Content list is in Program 4 part 1 box.
Box 27 The French National Orchestra: Program 5: Ravel - Debussy - Bondeville (part 1) 05/02/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 26:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_647)
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937): Second Suite Daphnis and Chloe, Daybreak, Pantomime, General Dance (16:08); Claude Debussy (1862-1918): La Mer, From Dawn to noon at sea, Play of waves, Dialogue between the wind and the sea (22:45); Emmanuel Bondeville (1898-): Madame Bovary (Symphonic excerpt from opera) (5:44). All three works under the direction of D. E. Inghelbrecht. Overall time (53:18). Content list is in box.
Box 27 The French National Orchestra: Program 5: Ravel - Debussy - Bondeville (part 2) 05/02/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_648)
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937): Second Suite Daphnis and Chloe, Daybreak, Pantomime, General Dance (16:08); Claude Debussy (1862-1918): La Mer, From Dawn to noon at sea, Play of waves, Dialogue between the wind and the sea (22:45); Emmanuel Bondeville (1898-): Madame Bovary (Symphonic excerpt from opera) (5:44). All three works under the direction of D. E. Inghelbrecht. Overall time: 53:18. Content list is in Program 5, part 1 box.
Box 27 The French National Orchestra: Program 6: Saint-Saens - Dukas (part 1) 1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:52) (ID#: wsyr_radio_649)
Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921): Concerto No. 2, in G Minor, Opus 22: Andante, Allegro scherzando, Finale (22:51), Alice Van Barentzen, piano soloist, with the French National Orchestra, Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Paul Dukas (1865-1935): Symphony in C Major (excerpts): Andante espressivo e sostenute, Allegro spiritoso (25:35?), Albert Wolff conducting the French National Orchestra. Overall time: 53:21. Content list is in box.
Box 27 The French National Orchestra: Program 6: Saint-Saens - Dukas (part 2) 05/09/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 27:29) (ID#: wsyr_radio_650)
Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921): Concerto No. 2, in G Minor, Opus 22: Andante, Allegro scherzando, Finale (22:51), Alice Van Barentzen, piano soloist, with the French National Orchestra, Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Paul Dukas (1865-1935): Symphony in C Major (excerpts): Andante espressivo e sostenute, Allegro spiritoso (25:35?), Albert Wolff conducting the French National Orchestra. Overall time: 53:21. Content list is in Program 6, part 1 box.
Box 27 The French National Orchestra: Program 7: Twenty-fifth Anniversary Program - Inghelbrecht - Ravel (part 1) 05/16/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:36) (ID#: wsyr_radio_651)
D. E. Inghelbrecht: Evocations Symphoniques de Vezelay (25:06), On the Road, at Noon, The Legend of the Stones, Nocturne, Crusades and Battles, The Happy Home, the composer conducting; Maurice Ravel: Valses Nobles et Sentimentales (15:32), Albert Wolff conducting. Overall time: 52:46. Content list is in box.
Box 27 The French National Orchestra: Program 7: Twenty-fifth Anniversary Program - Inghelbrecht - Ravel (part 2) 05/16/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 27:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_652)
D. E. Inghelbrecht: Evocations Symphoniques de Vezelay (25:06), On the Road, at Noon, The Legend of the Stones, Nocturne, Crusades and Battles, The Happy Home, the composer conducting; Maurice Ravel: Valses Nobles et Sentimentales (15:32), Albert Wolff conducting. Overall time: 52:46. Content list is in Program 7, part 1 box.
Box 28 The French National Orchestra: Program 8: Poulenc - Lesur (part 1) 05/23/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:34) (ID#: wsyr_radio_653)
Francis Poulenc (1899-): Les Animaux Modèles, Symphonic Suite from the ballet by the same name, based on La Fontaine’s Fables (21:33), Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Daniel Lesur (1908-): Symphonie de Danses (29:08), Pierre Dervaux conducting. Overall time: 52:51. Content list is in box.
Box 28 The French National Orchestra: Program 8: Poulenc - Lesur (part 2) 05/23/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:17) (ID#: wsyr_radio_654)
Francis Poulenc (1899-): Les Animaux Modèles, Symphonic Suite from the ballet by the same name, based on La Fontaine’s Fables (21:33), Manuel Rosenthal conducting; Daniel Lesur (1908-): Symphonie de Danses (29:08), Pierre Dervaux conducting. Overall time: 52:51. Content list is in Program 8, part 1 box.
Box 28 The French National Orchestra: Program 9: Florent Schmitt - Tony Aubin (part 1) 05/30/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 22:38) (ID#: wsyr_radio_655)
Florent Schmitt (1870-1958): Procession dans la Montagne (8:48), conductor: D. E. Inghelbrecht; Tony Aubin (1907-): Second Symphony (41:36), conductor: Jean Martinon. Overall time: 53:12. Content list is in box.
Box 28 The French National Orchestra: Program 9: Florent Schmitt - Tony Aubin (part 2) 05/30/1959 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:34) (ID#: wsyr_radio_656)
Florent Schmitt (1870-1958): Procession dans la Montagne (8:48), conductor: D. E. Inghelbrecht; Tony Aubin (1907-): Second Symphony (41:36), conductor: Jean Martinon. Overall time: 53:12. Content list is in Program 9, part 1 box. Content list is in Program 9, part 2 box.
Box 56 The Land of Milk and Money Apr 10 [no year]; May 7 [no year] - includes opening and closing scripts in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_968)
Oversize 12 The Late Joe Stalin; President Eisenhower’s Pan American Speech: "American Solidarity" 03/10/1953; 04/12/1953 - NBC documentary on Stalin’s death; UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_083)
Box 20 The Palace on Salina Street 11/19/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_552)
Box 34 The QXR Network: Concert Music: Concert Hall January 26, 1960 - tape C164; E-3 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_695)
Box 34 The QXR Network: Concert Music: Israel in Egypt (part 2) 03/04/1960 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_697)
Box 34 The QXR Network: Concert Music: Israel in Egypt (part 2) 04/10/1960 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_698)
Box 34 The QXR Network: Concert Music: Keyboard Classics 04/28/1960 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_699)
Box 34 The QXR Network: Concert Music: Mid Day Symphony 02/10/1960 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_696)
Box 51 The Sound of Melba Moore, Johnny Bowles 04/09/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_916)
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? July 1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_775)
Highlights: Charge of San Juan Hill; First Postage Stamp; Independence Day; Navy Commander Peary explores Arctic; Apollo XI lands on the moon; Typewriter patented; First Navy Admiral Appointed; Liberty Bell Cracks; Civil Rights Act Passed; Hawaii Annexed; John Paul Jones Birthday; British Burn Norwalk; Naval School becomes U. S. Naval Academy; Income Tax Amendment Passed; Picture of Mars Sent to Earth; St. Lawrence Seaway Treaty; First Parking Meters; First Man Walks on Moon.
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 8/1/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_776)
Highlights: Navy Commodore Stockton Proclaims Annexation of California; Wild Bill Hickock Shot; First U. S. Census; First Woman Naval Officer; Order of the Purple Heart Established; Sewing Machine Invented; Spain Surrenders to the United States; VJ Day, 1945; Will Rogers and Wiley Post Killed in Plane Crash; California Gold Rush; First Radio Commercial; First Superintendent of Navy Nurse Corps; Submarine Nautilus First Under Arctic Ice; American Bar Association Established; First Photographs of Earth From the Moon; California Passes New York in Population
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 9/1/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_777)
Highlights: Navy’s First Nuclear-powered Aircraft Carrier Launched; Stock Market Crash; Pilgrims Sail for America; First navy Uniform; Nathan Hale Hanged by British; United Colonies Become United States; Hudson Discovers Manhattan; First U. S. Navy Seabees; Gregorian Calendar Adopted; Navy Dirigible Shenandoah First Flight; Treaty of Paris Ends American Revolutionary War; X-15 Makes First Flight; First Continental Congress; First Black Midshipman Enters Naval Academy; Japan Surrenders; First Heavyweight Fight With Gloves; Frigate Constitution Launched; The Pledge of Allegiance First Appears In Print
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 11/1/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_778)
Highlights: Congress Approves Articles of Confederation; Postal Money Order Introduced; Navy Destroyers Sink First Enemy Sub; Stamp Act Triggers American Revolutionary War; 18 year olds Vote; Jefferson Davis elected President of Confederate States; Lincoln Delivers Gettysburg Address; Thanksgiving Day; Naval Aviation Established; First Intercollegiate Football Game; Sadie Hawkins Day; Columbus Discovers Puerto Rico; Stanley Finds Livingstone; U. S. Divided into Four Standard Time Zones; Abraham Lincoln Marries; First Jukebox Installed; Armistice Day; Holland Tunnel Opened
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 1/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_779)
Highlights: Emancipation Proclamation Signed; Admission of Alaska to the Union; Continental Navy Commissioned; First President Election Held in United States; Largest Passenger Liner Ever Built Destroyed By Fire; First Continental Congress Meets; Congress Adds Stars And Stripes To Flag; Assembly Line Introduced by Henry Ford; Virgin Islands Purchased From Denmark; Record Set for Round the World Flight; Twenty-Fourth Amendment Ratified; Bill Places First Transcontinental Telephone Call; First Dirigible Shipboard Landing Successful; Panama Canal Completed
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 2/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_780)
Highlights: U. S. Supreme Court Meets for First Time; First Woman Graduates From Medical School; Mississippi River Discovered; Twentieth Amendment Ratified; Sincair Lewis Becomes First American To Receive Nobel Prize For Literature; Boy Scouts Founded; Mary, Queen of Scots Beheaded; Singing Telegram Introduced; Soviets Release Francis Gary Powers; Abraham Lincoln Born; Women’s Marine Corp Founded; St. Valentine’s Day Massacre; Explosion of Battleship Maine initiates Spanish-American War; Planet Pluto Discovered; John Glenn Orbits earth; Washington Monument Dedicated; Marines Raise American Flag on Iwo Jima
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 3/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_781)
Highlights: Dewey appointed first Admiral in the Navy; America’s first school for the blind established; Articles of Confederation declared in force; Jeanette Rankin seated as first female member of Congress; First transatlantic radiotelephone conversation made; Paper currency issued for the first time; Navy’s first aircraft carrier commissioned; Navy ends two year mission at South Pole; Amelia Earhart lost at sea; Equal Rights Amendment passed; First American two-man space team launched; Polio vaccine developed by Salk; Virgin Islands Purchased By United States
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 4/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_782)
Highlights: House of Representative organized; Russian spacecraft first to orbit moon; North Atlantic Treaty organization established; Cape Kennedy launches first communications satellite; La Salle discovers Louisiana; American Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals chartered; Jackie Robinson becomes first black all-pro baseball player; Polio vaccine recognized as safe cure; British oceanliner Titanic sinks; United Nations charter drafted; Horseless carriage invented; U. S. War with Japan ends; George Washington inaugurated as first American president
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 5/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_783)
Highlights: Empire State Building opened; Navy completes first successful non-stop trans-continental [sic] flight; Largest warship in the world commissioned; U. S. Navy seal adopted; Alan B. Shepard first american [sic] in space; East and west joined by railroad; First English settlement established in America; Lewis and Clark Expedition begins; Skylab space program begins; New York Stock Exchange founded; First Kentucky Derby; American Association of the Red Cross founded; First wagon train departs on the Oregon Trail; Benjamin Franklin invents bifocals; Longest suspension bridge, Golden Gate, opens in San Francisco
Box 41 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 6/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_784)
Highlights: First American coins minted; Edward White becomes first American astronaut to walk in space; Henry Ford completes first successful train run of the automobile; D-day arrives; Lindbergh completes first solo transatlantic flight; First blood transfusion; U. S. flag created; Navy’s first atomic submarine dedicated; Battle of Bunker Hill; Slavery abolished by Abraham Lincoln; Eli Whitney patents the cotton gin; Kenneth Arnold reports first modern day flying saucer sighting; Battle of the Little bighorn
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 7/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_785)
Highlights: First Postage stamp issued; Constitution of the U. S. made official; Emelia Earhart [sic] vanishes; Declaration of Independence adopted; Women admitted into Naval Academy; California proclaims independence from Spain; Medal of Honor created; Pike’s Peak discovered in Colorado; Last Confederate state readmitted to the Union; District of Columbia made seat of our Nation’s government; Transcontinental speed record set by Navy; Battle of Bull Run first battle of Civil War; First black female judge appointed
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 8/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_786)
Highlights: Christopher Columbus sails from Spain; Francis Scott Key born; Wild Bill Hickock [sic]shot; Alexander Graham Bell dies; Adolf Hitler becomes Dictator of Germany; Gasoline rationing begins during WWII; Coast Guard established; USS Nautilus first under Arctic ice; Mariner 7 sends photos from Mars; Great debates over Articles of Confederation begin; Spanish American War ends; Veteran’s Bureau established; Missouri Admitted as 24th state; First S. O. S. signal sent; First police force in America established; Isaac Singer invents sewing machine; Panama Canal opens; U. S. Navy Commodore Stockton proclaims annexation of California
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 9/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_787)
Highlights: U. S. Navy Seabees established; American War for Independence ends; World War II begins; 1929 stock market crash; Manhattan Island discovered; First gasoline pump installed; First circumnavigation of the globe completed; President William McKinley assassinated; Hoover Dam opens; California admitted to the Union; First carpet sweeper patented; President Lincoln delivers Emancipation Proclamation; First Nuclear power aircraft carrier launched; Balboa discovers Pacific Ocean; Francis Scott Key writes Star Spangled Banner; Davy Crockett Dies
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 10/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_788)
Highlights: Washington Navy Yard Established; First Black Justice of Supreme Court; First Woman in U. S. Senate; 203rd Anniversary of U. S. Navy; S. O. S. Established; Columbus Discovers Costa Rica; Historic Chicago Fire; Naval War College Established; First Female Pilot; United Nations Day; Navy’s First Air Utility Squadron Formed; George Washington Bridge Dedicated; Harvard University Founded; OLD IRONSIDES launched; Statue of Liberty Dedicated
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 11/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_789)
Highlights: Naval Aviation Established; Admissions Day for North and South Dakota; SPUTNIK II Launched; First Cash Register Patented; Navy Commodore Perry Sails for Japan; Sadie Hawkins Day; Washington crosses Hudson; Navy Commander Byrd Flys [sic] Over South Pole; First Steamboat On Great Lakes Destroyed; Navy Wins First Army-Navy Football Game; Longest Marathon Dance; Congress Approves Articles of Confederation; Thanksgiving Day
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 12/1/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_790)
Highlights: First Navy Flying School Opens; Illinois Admitted as 21st State; Washington Bids Farewell to Troops; Navy Observatory Established; Pearl Harbor Attacked; Boston Tea Party; Battle of the Bulge; Wright Brothers Day; 13th Amendment Adopted; Forefather’s Day; Navy Commissions First Officers; Christmas Day; Washington Crosses Deleware [sic]; Pledge of Allegiance Recognized by Congress; Manhattan Bridge Opens; New Years Eve
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 1/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_791)
Highlights: USS Nautilus Christened; Georgia Admitted as Fourth State; First Woman Governor; Alaska Becomes 49th State; Pentagon Completed; University of Notre Dame Chartered; First U. S. Navy Seaplane Flight Completed; Confederate Heroes’ Day in Texas; Tokyo Rose Pardoned; Election Day Designated; Shays Rebellion Fails; Alexander Graham Bell invents Telephone; Navy Commodore Stephen Decatur is Born; First Successful Earth Satellite Launched; First Squadron of the Continental Navy Put to Sea; 24th Amendment is Ratified
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 2/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_792)
Highlights: Navy Post Graduate School Opened; Groundhog Day; National Baseball League Created; Confederate States Established; France Officially Recognizes the 13 Colonies; Massachusetts Admitted as 6th State; Abraham Lincoln is Born; Georgia Day in the South; Valentine’s Day; Oregon and Arizona Celebrate Admissions Day; Susan B. Anthony Day; War of 1812 Ends; John Glenn Orbits the Earth; Washington Monument is Dedicated; George Washington’s Birthday; Battle of the Alamo Begins; First Black Seated in U. S. Senate; Buffalo Bill Cody is Born; The Republican Party is Founded
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 4/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_793)
Highlights: First Speaker of the House Elected; Coinage Act Passed; First Navy Medals of Honor Awarded; First Communications Satellite Launched; Seventeenth Amendment Ratified; Civil War Ends; George Washington Sworn in as First President; War with Japan Officially Ends; Department of the Navy Created; Saint Lawrence Seaway Opened; British Oceanliner [sic] Titanic Sinks; First Pony Express Run in America; Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassinated; Louisiana Discovered by La Salle; Navy Commander Peary First to reach North Pole; United Nations charter Drafted; Spanish-American War Begins
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 6/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_794)
Highlights: First 5 cent Piece Minted; D-Day; First Soft Landing on Moon; Flag Day Established; First American Walks in Space; Twelfth Amendment Ratified; First Formal Graduation of the U. S. Naval Academy; Father’s Day; Great Seal of the United States Adopted; First Woman Launched Into Space; U. S. Constitution Goes Into Effect; United Nations Charter Adopted; First Surgeon General of the United States Navy Appointed; Twenty sixth Amendment Ratified; First Women’s College Founded; Alcoholics Anonymous Created; Declaration of Independence Submitted to Congress
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 7/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_795)
Highlights: Constitution of the United States Declared Official; First Civil Rights Act Passed by Congress; Idaho Admitted as 43rd State; Congress Adopts the Declaration of Independence; First Women Admitted to the U. S. Naval Adademy [sic]; 16th Amendment Passed by Congress; First U. S. Navy Rear Admiral Appointed; First Women’s Right Convention Held in New York; Navy Commander Neil Armstrong Becomes the First Man to Walk on Moon; 14th Amendment Ratified; First Electronic Respirator Used in New York; National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is Created; First U. S. Patent Issued
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 10/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_796)
Highlights: U. S. Navy Celebrates 204th Anniversary; U. S. Patent Office Established; United States Naval War College Established; Columbus Day; United States Navel Academy Officially Opens; Department of Transportation Established; World Poetry Day; Statue of Liberty Dedicated; U. S. Navy’s First Steam Powered Warship Launched; Stock Market Crashes; First Ball Point Pen Goes on Sale; U. S. Navy’s First Chaplain Commissioned; First Woman Seated in the United States Senate; First Large Power Plant Established at Niagara Falls; United Nations Day
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 11/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_797)
Highlights: First Automatic Switchboard Opens; Will Rogers Day in Oklahoma; Election Day; Montana Becomes Our 41st State; Veteran’s Day; World War I Ends; Peanut Butter Invented; Oklahoma Becomes Our 46th State; USS California Launched; First Hot Air Balloon Flight; Thanksgiving Day; Director of Naval Aeronautics Established; First Streetcar Begins Operations; First Successful Launching of an Aircraft From a U. S. Navy Ship; First Photo Advertisement Printed; Sadie Hawkins Day; First Color Supplement Added to a Newspaper
Box 42 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 12/1/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_798)
Highlights: First Western Movie; First U. S. Navy Flying School Opens; Navy Air Ferry Command Established; Napoleon Wins Greatest Victory; Monroe Doctrine Proclaimed; First Heart Transplant Operation; Environmental Protection Agency Becomes Effective; 21st Amendment Adopted; AFL and CIO Merge [American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations]; Finland Celebrates Independence; Pearl Harbor Bombed; First Daily Newspaper Founded; Mississippi Becomes 20th State; Spanish-American War Ends; U. S. Navy Publishes First Oceanography Text; First Motel Opens
Box 43 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 1/1/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_799)
Highlights: Michigan Admitted as 26th State; First Squadron of Continental Navy Put to Sea; Longest Railroad Tunnel in U. S. Opens; First State University Chartered; Prohibition Penalties Reduced; First Modern Torpedo Vessel Launched; National Geographic Society Founded; First Commercial Telephone Exchange Opens; Naturalization Act Passed; First U. S. Navy Seaplane Flight Completed; Gold Reserve Act Passed; Baseball’s American League Founded; U. S. Navy’s First Ironclad Warship Launched; Alaska Admitted as 49th State; U. S. Navy Uses Aircraft for the First Time
Box 43 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 2/1/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_800)
Highlights: First U. S. Navy Hospital Established; Presidential Succession Act Passed; National Freedom Day; Savannah Georgia Founded; 16th Amendment Goes Into Effect; Navy WWII Planes Bomb Tokyo; Four Chaplains Memorial Day; Battle Hymn of the Republic First Published; 11th Amendment Ratified; U. S. Navy Secretary Roosevelt Orders Philippine Attack; French and Indian War Ends; Republic of China Proclaimed; First Woman Appointed to California Supreme Court; U. S. Navy’s Hornet Sinks British Sloop Peacock; Puerto Rico Becomes a U. S. Commonwealth; ASCAP Established
Box 43 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 4/1/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_801)
Highlights: U. S. Occupies Okinawa; First U. S. Weather Satellite Launched; U. S. Navy Commander Peary Finds North Pole; First U. S. Mint Established; Congress Authorizes Design of American Flag; NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] Formed; Civil War Begins; Los Angeles founded; Pullman railcar patented; Battle of Shiloh; Safety Pin invented; First U. S. Navy sub commissioned; Texas annexed to U. S.; Jefferson Memorial dedicated; Paul Revere rides; Lee surrenders; Curries [sic] discover radium; First electrically-powered U. S. Navy battleship launched
Box 43 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 5/1/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_802)
Highlights: Columbus discovers Jamaica; First American Medical school founded; Al Capone goes to prison; U. S. Navy’s largest aircraft carrier commissioned; U. S. Navy Seal adopted; Napoleon begins exile; Carnegie Hall opens; First Liger born; Manhattan Island purchased from Indians; WWII ends; U. S. Navy Wasp defeats British Betsy; Mother’s Day designated; Glacier National Park Established; U. S. Navy Commander Byrd makes first North Pole Flight; Columbus dies; Lindbergh begins trans-Atlantic flight; First U. S. Navy Secretary appointed
Box 43 The Spirit of Navy: What in the World Happened? 6/1/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_803)
Highlights: U. S. Navy motto adopted; Hurricane season begins; American Indians granted U. S. citizenship; Marconi patents wireless radio; First U. S. Navy Aircraft carrier commissioned; D-Day; Landmark Day; First U. S. Navy Academy graduation; Philippine Independence; Magna Carta sealed; U. S. Navy victorious in Battle of Midway; Franklin discovers electricity; Arkansas admitted to Union ; 12th Amendment ratified; Battle of Bunker Hill; Federal Communications Commission established; Battle of Waterloo; Alaskan pipeline begin operations
The United States Navy Band, Commander Charles Brendler, conductor (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_440)
Side 1: The United States Navy Band: 1 - The star spangled banner; 2 - British National anthem; 3 -French National anthem; 4 - An American fantasie (Herbert); Side 2: 5 - Anchors Aweigh (Zimmerman); 6 - Armed Forces medley; 7 - The stars and stripes forever (Sousa)
The World at Noon; Classics in recordings 07/14/1947 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_434)
No labels. Note from old sleeve reads: "For July 14"; "Espana Cani"; "Pawanne"; "Dark Eyes"
Box 56 Thirtieth - Thirtieth First Anniversary Program Cross Roads with Rabbi Beny Friedman and Father Fr. Shannon, Don Dauer, host 12/06/1964 - includes synopsis with handwritten notes in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_972)
Box 21 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 126-141 05/07/1982 - includes MLB postcard and format sheet (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_575)
Box 21 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 142-157 05/27/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_576)
Box 21 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 158-173 06/21/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_577)
Box 21 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 174-188 07/13/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_578)
Box 21 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 189-203 07/30/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_579)
Box 22 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 204-218 08/20/1982 - includes MLB postcard (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_580)
Box 22 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 219-228 09/10/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_581)
Box 22 This Date In Baseball History - Shows 229-238 09/23/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_582)
Box 23 Time keeper Aircheck - President Truman dead, Ed Murphy (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_597)
Box 11 Tip Off Achievement Award Dinner; Bill Everett, Host. (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_456)
Box 53 Tip-Off Awards (Original) 03/17/1964 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_943)
Box 54 Tip-Off Awards (tape 2) 03/17/1968 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 13:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_945)
Box 54 Tip-Off Awards Banquet (FTM 10-10:30) (No. 2) 03/13/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 30:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_946)
Box 54 Tip-Off Awards Banquet (FTM 10-10:30) (No. 3) 03/13/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 12:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_947)
Box 54 Tip-Off Dinner Awards, Rhea Eckel 03/17/1963 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_944)
Box 50 Tolley Special: A Conversation With Chancellor Tolley 05/11/1969 - box includes note from Ron Hasings [Hastings?] (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 53:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_901)
Box 12 Tribute To Deacon Doubleday (Bob), 1911-1971 (part 1 of 2) 02/24/1971 - WSYR Radio, Dan Daver, host (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_464)
Box 12 Tribute To Deacon Doubleday (Bob), 1911-1971 (part 2 of 2) 02/24/1971 - WSYR Radio, Dan Daver, host (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_465)
Box 59 Tribute to Frank McGee 04/17/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 8:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1021)
Truman - Foreign Policy (part 2) 10/17/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_373)
Truman - Foreign Policy (parts 1 and 3) 10/17/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_372)
Truman - UN Address on 5th United Nations Day (part 1) 10/24/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_374)
Truman - UN Address on 5th United Nations Day (part 2) 10/24/1950 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_375)
Truman and Churchill at Westminster college (parts 1 and 3) 03/05/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_296)
Truman and Churchill at Westminster college (parts 2 and 4) 03/05/1946 - side 2 has damaged label (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_297)
Truman and Churchill at Westminster college (parts 5 and 6) 03/05/1946 - side 2 has damaged label (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_298)
Oversize 10 Truman and Marshall; President Truman, part 2 11/26/1945; 01/03/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_058)
A-President Truman awards General George C. Marshall the Distinguished Service Award. General Marshall delivers his farewell address. All music played by the U. S. Army Band. Don Fisher disc has proceedings for NBC. Q. T. H. - Inner courtyard of the Pentagon, Washington D. C.; B- President Truman radio address (part 2)
Oversize 9 Truman and McArthur issue 1951 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_051)
A-1 and 2: from "Old soldier is…", speech to Congress; A-3: President Truman/ Radio address, firing of MacArthur. All excerpts from speeches (1951). Cut 1 & 2 - MacArthur (Fade away); 3 - Truman (Fires)
Box 56 Truman General 12/27/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_976)
Truman’s Oath and end Truman’s inauguration speech (part 3) 01/20/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_355)
Box 23 Tuesday Productions Inc. - includes business card of Shirley Ferris, Manager, Program sales (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_601)
Box 23 Tuesday Productions Inc. - includes business card of Shirley Ferris, Manager, Program sales (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_602)
Box 19 TV Audio Dub - Special Program - Prisons: Attica - Report (Edited for Radio) 03/19/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 28:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_546)
Box 51 Twentieth Century Leaders, Program No. 1 (10:05-11 PM), voice tracks of Professor Stephen P. Koff (part 1 & 2) 09/12/1976 - part 1 - 18:05; part 2 - 19:30 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 55:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_912)
Box 50 Twentieth Fourth Le Moyne College Commencement Exercises (2) 05/18/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 90:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_904)
U. S. Army: Mountain Infantry Drive, Amos rice - ESSO credits; West Point Anniversary Program (part 2) 03/13/1943; 03/14/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_208)
Oversize 5 United Nations, Conference opening - San Francisco, parts 1 and 3; Translation [of] Molotov’s speech, part 2 04/25/1945; 04/26/1945 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_062)
Box 20 University College Course program 10 "What Makes Government Work" 03/29/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 55:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_561)
Box 51 University College Discussion of Twelfth Night (part 1 & 2) 12/19/1976 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 45:35) (ID#: wsyr_radio_909)
Box 51 University College Independent Study Degree Program 01/16/1977 - Ruth Sisley, moderator, Don DeSalvia, staff, Zermaine Breuderlagh [?], Damon Kanebrew, Esther Salomon, Glenn Chase, students (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 104:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_907)
Box 20 University College Program 12 "What Makes Government Work" 04/12/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 55:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_562)
Box 14 University College Special - WSYR - "Mentally Retarded Adults" 06/20/1979; 07/22/1979 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 53:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_477)
Announcer: Alan Milair, Mrs. Bernice Schultz, Mr. Guy Caruso, Mr. Keith Patrick. Interview Conducted by Mr. Robert E. Cecil, assistant dean of University College, President Syracuse Board of Education
Box 51 University College Special Program - Gardening Landscaping (parts 1 and 2) 03/06/1977 - moderator: Kit Sime, guests: Walt Newhouser and Doc Watson, includes transcripts and handwritten notes in box; note on label reads: Part I - 23:00; Part II - 22:20; tape does not include intros and outros (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 45:20) (ID#: wsyr_radio_906)
Box 51 University College: Personal Problems of The Elderly 01/09/1976; 01/09/1977 - Dr. Hidde Van Duym, moderator, guests: Mrs. Ruth Sam, Rs. Helen Anderson, Dr. Tony J. Livinsky, psychiatric; box includes additional notes about participants (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 49:30) (ID#: wsyr_radio_908)
Unknown; President Truman (part 3) 10/23/1945 - label on side 1 is damaged (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_288)
Box 22 [unknown] - sticker on box is # 28, sticker on reel is #2 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_590)
[unknown]; London Weekend (part 4) (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_314)
1 - RCA Victor - "Music America loves best", Robert Merrill, RCA Victor Orchestra, Frank Black, Cond., Kenneth Bangleart, host, June 1946, First part. 2 - RCA Victor show "Music America loves best", Part 2, Lewis - Kahn fight, televised, ends with chimes. Trip to London, England, E. R. V. and Vern Cook , Chas. Wheaton taking off, Bill Rothram, narrator
Box 53 Up Reach Radio: Up Reach Audition program - note in box reads, "Up Reach was recently selected as one of the nations top five programs in The International Radio Festival of New York and is currently programmed on over 250 radio stations, nationwide." (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 3:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_932)
US Air Force: Aircraft Observer Announcements 09/20/1955 - handwritten note on label reads: "Hold for sound effects" (VinylDisc) (ID#: wsyr_radio_424)
Side 1: Cuts 1 & 2 - Announcement No. 1; Cuts 3 & 4 - Announcements No. 2; Cuts 5 & 6 - Announcements No. 3; Cuts 7 & 8 - Announcements No. 1A; Cuts 9 & 10- Announcements No. 2A; Cuts 11 & 12 - Announcements No. 3A; Side 2: Cuts 1 & 2 - Announcements No. 4; Cuts 3 & 4 - Announcements No. 5; Cuts 5 & 6 - Announcements No. 6; Cuts 7 & 8 - Announcements No. 4A; Cuts 9 & 10 - Announcements No. 5A; Cuts 11 & 12 - Announcements No. 6A
V-J Day announcement; V-J Day in Syracuse 08/13/1945 - Side 2 has damaged label (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_238)
Vadeboncoeur - Colonel [Harry C.] Wilder interview (part 1) 09/29/1945 - Harry C. Wilder was the founder and president of WSYR; note on label reads: "Ret. to Merrick." (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_287)
Vadeboncoeur - Colonel Harry C. Wilder interview (part 2) 09/29/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_285)
Box 59 Vadeboncoeur Christmas Story; Floyd Ottaway Intro Dec 1966 - transcripts included in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 14:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1015)
Vadeboncoeur; Cpl. Johny Gates, Jean Carr marriage with interview by Mr. Wallace; 3 Spots 05/19/1945 - notes by audio engineer RJH read: "A2 - E. R. Vadeboncoeur: "Is Hitler alive or dead?" B: 3 Spots with jingles for Rudolph’s Jewelers-Opticians." (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_255)
Vadeboncouer. [International] Harvester; Patterson & McDonald (part 1) 10/31/1940; 11/01/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_142)
Vandeboncoeur and Wheaton from London; "Eton" 07/08/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_315)
Vandeboncoeur and [Charles] Wheaton from London - "Hatfield House" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_318)
Label damaged. Recorded from the shortwave. BBC broadcast E. R. Vandeboncoeur & Chas. Wheaton. One side - "Hatfield House". Chas w. winner of WSYR "New Horizon" contest . Ends w/ transition to Variety Band Boy", BBC program. Sounds like first broadcast of series.
Vandeboncoeur from London - Reception at English Speaking Union 07/10/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_319)
Vandeboncoeur interview with Janet Webb from London, Finsbury 07/09/1946 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_317)
Record from the shortwave. Morning BBC broadcast - Janet Webb, Charles Wheaton & E. R.Vandeboncoeur. Rebroadcast by WSYR. Television from Alexandra Palace mentioned, (later destroyed during the WW2). Long side has talk complete. Short side has short second talk - ends with: Good afternoon, from London. "Mayor of Finsbury" by E. R. Vandeboncoeur".
Variety Victory Show, Murray Bernthal; RCA Show for Sunday - Music America loves best (part 2) 07/29/1945; 08/12/1945 - some content is illegible (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_427)
VE day - Allied generals from Paris (part 2); Our Nation’s Rations, Betty Crocker, host 05/04/1945; 05/08/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_253)
Oversize 10 VE Day, President Truman and Churchill, part 1; VE Day, Allied Generals from Paris, part 1 (#8) 06/18/1940; 05/08/1945 - handwritten note on the sleeve reads: "Italian declaration of war, Mussolini, June 18, 1940". UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_064)
Oversize 10 VE Day, Winston Churchill, part 2 05/08/1945 - UNPLAYABLE. NOT TRANSFERRED (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_065)
Vic and Sade; King and Queen visit to Congress (part 1) 06/05/1939; 06/09/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_121)
Oversize 14 Victory over Polio, parts 1 and 2 04/21/1955 - note on sleeve reads: "Historical File" (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_095)
Floyd O'Howay, host. Salk Vaccine City Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y. Research Center, March of Dimes, Dr. Francis Thomas, Dr. Jonas Salk, Mrs. Genevieve Fahey, City Hospital Administrator.
Wainwright dinner in Skaneateles, NY - Start of Patterson’s speech (part 1); General [Jonathan Mayhew] Wainwright - News of the world 09/17/1945; 09/25/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_281)
Wainwright dinner, Skaneateles, NY - [Jonathan Mayhew] Wainwright speech, End of dinner (part 3) 09/25/1945 - Damaged label. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_283)
Wainwright dinner, Skaneateles, NY - End of Patterson speech and beginning of Wainwright (part 2); Description of General [Jonathan Mayhew] Wainwright arrival Washington 09/10/1945; 09/25/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_282)
Oversize 4 War Bond Show, parts 1 and 3 09/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_027)
A - WSYR Program/Prod.: "Service Stars Review" - 3rd War Loan Drive Show, part 1: Col. Howard Wilder introduces program: Johnny MC Andrews, M. C. Band plays "Price Charming", Navy - Samson Navel Station; B - part 3: Trio with Band "If that's the way you wanted baby", E. R. Vadeboncouer introduces Major Levi Chase Jr. (Cortland, N. Y.) Army Air Corps pilot
Oversize 4 War Bond Show, parts 2 and 4 09/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_028)
A - WSYR Program: "Service Stars Review", part 4: Major Chase (continues and concludes), piano Concerto in B flat Minor aka: "Tonight We Love", solo; B - Marine Private Leonard Antonio and Seaman Sam Vaughn are interviewed. Band plays "Little Did I know"
Oversize 3 War Bond Show, parts 5 and 7 09/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_022)
War Bond Show (Parts 5 and 7), 3rd War Loan Drive. Series Stars Revue. A - Part 5: Piano Boogie Woogie piece songs, Trio and Orchestra "Deed I do", E. R. Vadeboncouer (E. R. V.) introduced by Major Chase who introduces Lt. Tobin, then E. R. V. introduces Eking of the United Press; B 1 - Part 7: Fred Jeske introduced Johnny Band Andrews, Timekeeper show. Fred introduces Lucille Manners, soprano at the Cities Service Oil Program, who sings: "Siboney" with orchestra then "Sweet mystery of Life" with piano accompaniment
Oversize 3 War Bond Show, parts 6 and 8 09/09/1943 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_023)
A - Part 6: Ekins talk concludes. Mr. John L. Haley, War Finance Committee of Onondaga County speaks; B - Part 8: National Anthem sung by Lucille Manners with stage guests and audience with orchestra. Lincoln Auditorium Central Technical High School, Syracuse, N. Y.
War Crisis (part 2), Kerr, Hillman, etc.; Larry Clinton Orchestra 08/27/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_120)
War Memorial park dedication (part 1) 10/22/1949 - recorded by WNDR radio station for WSYR (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_363)
War Memorial park dedication (part 2) 10/22/1949 - recorded by WNDR radio station for WSYR (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_364)
Box 59 WFBG: Pete McCoy; Dup. Serv. Div. (DM-433), Tr. 2-7711; PAA-Third Quarter-RB 80540 - D 1969 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 3:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_1030)
1 - Why Plymouth - F, PAA 69-18 (0:60); 2 - Why Plymouth - C, PAA 69-19 (0:60); 3 - Why Plymouth - F & C, PAA 69-20 (0:60)
Box 19 What in the world happened? Dec 1977 - Navy recruiting piece (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_543)
Box 20 What in the world happened? Mar 1979 - from Navy Recruiting Command (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_554)
Box 20 What in the world happened? May 1979 - from Navy Recruiting Command (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_555)
"Willow Herb" - Vandeboncoeur 07/09/1946; 07/10/1946 - Side 2 is illegible. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_316)
Box 24 Wilson Lawless and Nowakowski - syndicated program (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_617)
Bob Euringham - dairy farmer from Lafayettte, NY; "Vote for Malcom Wilson , Governor" - Political Endorsements
Winston Churchill (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_439)
Side 1 - NBC Special program - England Winston Churchill, BBC broadcast. "Recent illness" - "When Peace comes - war was still on. Post war and Domestic Issues. Side 2: starts w/ "in the politics and economics in our society. Ends w/ "more sensitle than before
Winston Churchill - "After fall of France" (part 1); "I love a mystery" (part 2) 06/13/1940; 06/18/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_139)
Winston Churchill - "After fall of France" (part 2); "I love a mystery" (part 1) 06/13/1940; 06/18/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_140)
Winston Churchill - "Appeal to France"; [Raymond] swing 10/21/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_141)
Winston Churchill - "Canadian Parliament" (parts 1 and 3) 12/30/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_169)
Winston Churchill - "Canadian Parliament" (parts 2 and 4) 12/30/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_170)
Winston Churchill - 2nd year anniversary of Prime Minister (part 2) 05/10/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_177)
Winston Churchill - 2nd year anniversary of Prime Minister (parts 1 and 3) 05/10/1942 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_176)
Winston Churchill - Review of war (part 1 and 3) 05/13/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_250)
Winston Churchill - Review of war, Part 2; RCA Music America loves best (part 2) 05/13/1945 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_251)
Winston Churchill (part 1 number 2) 12/23/1940 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_145)
Winston Churchill (part 1); Defense for America (part 1) 08/24/1941; 08/23/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_157)
Winston Churchill (part 2); Defense for America (part 2) 08/24/1941; 08/23/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_158)
Winston Churchill (part 5) 03/31/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_358)
Winston Churchill (parts 1 and 3) 03/31/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_356)
Winston Churchill (parts 2 and 4) 03/31/1949 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_357)
Winston Churchill address to Congress; [unknown] 01/17/1952 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_393)
Winston Churchill eulogizes King George; [unknown] 02/06/1952 - note on sleeve reads: "Sat. Evening Post". (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_394)
Winston Churchill on the Fall of Poland; "Shadow" Program 167 (part 2) 10/01/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_123)
[Winston] Churchill - Address to Congress (part 1, side 3) 12/26/1941 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_168)
[Winston] Churchill (part 2); "Shadow", Program 167 (part 2) 10/01/1939; 10/31/1939 (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_133)
Box 52 Woman’s World: Abraham Lincoln Portrait in Sound, Kay Russell 02/12/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 11:16) (ID#: wsyr_radio_919)
Box 51 Woman’s World: Lincoln Program, with Kay Russell 02/12/1975 - routine sheet included in box (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 6:45) (ID#: wsyr_radio_917)
Box 55 Woman’s World: Shoplifting Interview 12/26/1972; 01/02/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_961)
Box 51 Woman’s World: Urban Improvement Panel Discussion - Ladies Day 10/08/1976; 10/13/1976 - guests: John Searles, Elliott Jacobson, Jerry Wilson, Erwin Shultz, mediator: Kay Russell (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 21:15) (ID#: wsyr_radio_913)
Box 9 WSYR - "Weekend World" - Collector’s Corner Programs - Charles Hobart, host - Collector’s Corner. (Reel 1) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 59:18) (ID#: wsyr_radio_447)
Box 10 WSYR - "Weekend World" - Collector’s Corner Programs - Charles Hobart, host - Collectors Corner (Reel 3) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 64:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_449)
Box 9 WSYR - "Weekend World" - Collector’s Corner Programs - Charles Hobart, host (Reel 2) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 65:23) (ID#: wsyr_radio_448)
Box 10 WSYR - "Weekend World" - Collector’s Corner Programs - Charles Hobart, host (Reel 4) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 64:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_450)
Box 10 WSYR - "Weekend World" - Collector’s Corner Programs - Charles Hobart, host (Reel 5) (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 48:21) (ID#: wsyr_radio_451)
Box 20 WSYR - Australian Almanac (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_564)
1 - Australian Aboriginal Dance Troupe ; 2 - African Drum Collection ; 3 - Wresting Away the America’s Cup (Yachting) ; 4 - Visit to Magpie Theatre ; 5 - Commonwealth Heads of Gov’t. Meeting in Melbourne.
Box 20 WSYR - Australian Almanac (1/4 inch audio cassette) (ID#: wsyr_radio_565)
1 - Australian Film Maker ; 2 - Host Family Service ; 3 - Aboriginal dialects ; 4 - Pres. of International Assembly of Sports Confederations ; 5 - American poet living in Australia.
Box 21 WSYR - Australian Almanac May 1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_566)
"This program is sent to you through the courtesy of the Australian Information Service. it is compiled and edited by Gerry Hughes, an Australian broadcaster." 1 - Click Go The Shears - Sheep Shearing Song ; 2 - Origins of Australian people ; 3 - The Outback - Armed Forces Food Sciences ; 4 - Flying instructor Linda Bishop.
Box 21 WSYR - Australian Almanac 06/11/1981 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 23:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_567)
"This program is sent to you through the courtesy of the Australian Information Service. it is compiled and edited by Gerry Hughes, an Australian broadcaster." 1 - Research about "The Family Doctor" ; 2 - How memory works ; 3 - Musician who plays beer cartons.
Box 56 WSYR - Early News, Air check 09/23/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_981)
Box 16 WSYR - George Roberts Show - (part 3, number 2) 02/03/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_502)
Box 16 WSYR - George Roberts Show (part 3, number 3) 02/16/1974 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 25:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_503)
Box 13 WSYR - Mutual Radio Network - 1976 Year In Review 01/01/1977 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_473)
Box 15 WSYR - President Nixon - Phase 2 of Economic Program 10/07/1971 - includes fragment of NBC News On The Hour (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_489)
Box 16 WSYR - Swearing In of Gerald Ford as Vice President ; News + Views: Black Perspective (fragment) 02/11/1973; 12/06/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_500)
Levels increas after first minute (+, -) After Agnew Resigns... ; Interview - Dennis Dowdell fragment - 2/11/73 Sh. #77 "News + Views - Black Perspective" tv. sound track.
Box 14 WSYR - Syracuse - Civil Disorders (part 2) air check 8/17-18 [1967] (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_482)
Box 14 WSYR - Syracuse - Racial Disturbances (part 1) air check 8/16-17, 1967 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_481)
Box 11 WSYR - Windjammer Master #3 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 31:00) (ID#: wsyr_radio_457)
Box 11 WSYR 40th Anniversary Show - Protection Copy - 1922-1962 1962 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 59:09) (ID#: wsyr_radio_461)
Box 15 WSYR 50th Anniversary Program 1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_491)
Box 13 WSYR AM - 50th Anniversary Program 1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_470)
Box 12 WSYR FM Broadcast "Stereo" 1964 ; "Alan Milair Show" 1964 - FM Stereo Introduction from 1962 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_462)
WSYR New Horizon Interview from London (part 1 of 2) 07/06/1946 - This is The Radio Workshop of Syracuse University recording, disc #2726, order # 1279 of a WSYR program (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_310)
WSYR New Horizon Interview from London (part 2 of 2) 07/06/1946 - This is The Radio Workshop of Syracuse University recording, disc #2727, order # 1279 of a WSYR program. (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_311)
Box 14 WSYR Special FM Stereo Checkout Program 1964 - Alan Milair, Host (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_479)
Box 19 WSYR tidbits and Baseball Game - Yogi Berra. World Series Game delayed by rain, John Gray Show (fragment) (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_542)
Box 52 WSYR Weekend World - Educational Broadcasting Course: Onondaga Community College Features 04/12/1975; 04/13/1975; 04/19/1975; 04/20/1975; 04/26/1975; 04/27/1975; 05/03/1975; 05/10/1975 - note reads "All features were aired 5-6 PM on date indicated, all features run approximately 5:55" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 47:33) (ID#: wsyr_radio_921)
Girl Going West, Aired: April 12, 1975; Depression, Aired: April 13, 1975; ‘20’s Bar, Aired: April, 19, 1975; Nazi Germany - 1935, Aired: April 20, 1975; 1900’s Housewife, Aired: April 26, 1975; Lincoln’s Aide, Aired: April 27, 1975; Custer’s Scout, Aired: May 3, 1975; Civil War, Aired: May 10, 1975
Box 13 WSYR-AM On Air programming 09/17/1979 - Sign-on Saturday 9/15/79 Thru Sign-off Monday 9/17/79. (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_474)
Box 54 WSYR-AM: The Unexplained, No 101-127 (Master tape 1) Nov 1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_948)
101: Why They Return; 102: Houdini’s Message; 103: Ghost of War; 104: No Grass on the Grave; 105: Selfpreservation; 106: Music Box Ghost; 107: Wall beneath the Waves; 108: Firewalking; 109: Missile Mile; 110: Dreams that came true; 111: The Hanging Tree; 112: Animals life savers; 113: ESP Projection; 114: Danine Clarvoyants [?]; 115: Desert Mystery; 116: Mand’ with the X-Ray Mind; 117: A Patch of Rainfall; 118: Water Dowsing; 119: Dreams that Paid Off; 120: ESP and Plants; 121: The Screaming Mummy; 122: Boy with the Healing Fingers; 123: The Yellow Balloons; 124: The Warning Canary; 125: Bowels of the Earth; 126: The Flying Monk; 127: Elecyro-Photography [sic]
Box 54 WSYR-AM: The Unexplained, No 128-153 (Master tape 2) Nov 1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_949)
128: The Troubled Palomino; 129: Healing Thru Mind Power; 130: The Midnight Knocking; 131: Fraud-Buster Houdini; 132: Ringing Bells - English Setter; 133: The Missing Fingers; 134: The Death Bobbins; 135: Rocks from the Sky; 136: Mental Photography; 137: Headless Brakeman; 138: Levitation in 1860; 139: Mountain Flyer’s Message; 140: The Power of Suggestion; 141: ESP of Cats; 142: Beeps in the Night; 143: A Life-saving Vision; 144: Fantastic Fotos; 145: Night-time Dream Trip; 146: Dream Prophecies; 147: Ghost of Octagon House; 148: Good Samaritans; 149: Apparitions; 150: More Apparitions; 151: The Six Sense in Animals; 152: The Phantom Truck; 153: The Boy Who Talked with Animals
Box 54 WSYR-AM: The Unexplained, No 154-167 (Master tape 3) Nov 1979 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_950)
154: The Bank Street Ghost; 155: Another UFO Riffle; 156: The Giant Compass; 157: Eileen Garnett’s ESP; 158: Eyeless Sight; 159: Myster [sic] of the Midnight Watch; 160: Lost Knowledge of History; 161: Wreck of the Princess Alice; 162: Bread Upon the Waters; 163: Lodgings for the Night; 164: Roof-top Poltergeist; 165: Uncanny Letters of Edgar Morris; 166: Tea-cup Television; 167: The Woodpecker Mystery
WSYR-TV News Intros and Outtros - side A - 4 intros, cut 4 used. side B - 4 outtros, cut 4 used. sponsor - Piels Light Beer. a note on the record reads: "WSYR-TV News outtros and intros with voiceovers." (Lacquer discs/acetates) (ID#: wsyr_radio_005)
Side 1: "WSYR-TV News Intros"; Side 2: "WSYR-TV News Outtros"
Box 14 WSYR-TV-FM - Loew’s State Theatre documentary 11/19/1978 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_475)
1 - Raising Of WSYR-TV Antenna (Feb. 1, 1950) ; 2 - Inaugural Broadcast of WSYR-FM (July 9, 1946) ; 3 - "The Palace On Salina Street" - Loew’s State Theatre (Nov. 19, 1978)
Box 54 WSYR-TV: Contest Congress, Ford Hillegas [?], moderator 09/22/1968; 09/23/1968 - note on box reads "Recorded WSYR-TV taping session 2:00 PM, Sunday September 22, 1968. For Broadcast Monday 09/23/1968. Return to: Dr. Daver" (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 29:10) (ID#: wsyr_radio_952)
Box 51 WSYR-TV: Ladies Day: Interview with Jane Fonda, Kay Russell and Fred Hilbgas, interviewing (9-9:30 AM) 10/10/1972 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_915)
Box 51 WSYR-TV: P. E. A. C. E. Interview on Ladies Day TV Program (at 9:22 AM) 04/10/1973 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_911)
Box 36 WSYR, University College Special Program: Gourmet Cooking 06/10/1980; 06/15/1980 - host Dr. Robert Cecile, and guest Gordon Symonds (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 54:18) (ID#: wsyr_radio_712)
Box 36 WSYR, University College Special Program: Syracuse Stage 04/22/1980; 04/25/1980; 06/22/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_711)
Box 36 WSYR, University College: Solar Energy 07/05/1979; 07/29/1979; 08/12/1979; 01/27/1980 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 54:05) (ID#: wsyr_radio_710)
Box 55 WSYR: Dr. Calvin M. Thompson, Memorial Broadcast (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_958)
Box 36 WSYR: The Love Makers (parts 1 & 2) - note on label reads HEADS (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_709)
Box 15 WSYR/NBC Tidbits - Monitor Radio 1969 - assortment: Ottoway to news to baseball to monitor (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_485)
Box 25 Yankees 04/06/1982; 04/14/1982 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: wsyr_radio_623)
Files
Box 1 Advertiser log, local 1944
Box 1 Advertiser logs, local and national 1945 (2 volumes)
Box 1 Advertiser logs, local and national 1946 (2 volumes)
Box 1 Advertiser logs, local and national 1947 (2 volumes)
Box 1 Advertiser logs, local and national 1948 (2 volumes)
Box 1 Advertiser logs, local and national 1949 (2 volumes)
Box 1 Advertiser logs, local and national 1950 (2 volumes)
Box 1 Advertiser log, national 1951
Box 1 Advertiser log, national 1953
Box 1 Advertiser log, national 1954
Box 2 Broadcast notes 1933-1938 (4 folders)
Box 3 Broadcast notes 1939-1942 (5 folders)
Box 4 Broadcast notes 1943-1946 (5 folders)
Box 5 Broadcast notes 1947-1952 Jun (6 folders)
Box 6 Broadcast notes 1952 Jul-1956 (5 foldes)
Box 7 Broadcast notes 1957-1961 (5 folders)
Box 8 Milair personal 1967-1974 (2 folders)
Box 8 NBC Radio Network Operations Manual Jul 1975
Box 8 Newhouse dinner and dedication May 1974
Box 8 Pres. Richard Nixon - Frost interviews May 1977 - includes photograph of Nixon and Frost
Box 8 Press kit, Mutual Black Network
Box 8 Press kits, WSYR
Box 8 Printed material, miscellaneous
Box 8 Programs, "Concert Hall" (incomplete) 1960-1967 (5 folders)
Box 8 "A Quarter of a Century at the Crossroads" 1959 - compilation of philosophical/spiritual remarks by Dr. Calvin M. Thompson Jr. during his 25 years as host of WSYR's "Meeting at the Crossroads"; forward by E. R. Vadeboncoeur, president of WSYR
Box 8 Rural guide and compass system map of Cortland County 1940
Box 8 Miscellaneous

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