A REMOTE possibility would be some of the recordings or film at the Ford
Museum communications division.
Paul T. Jackson
Steilacoom, WA 98338
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On Jul 26, 2017 1:56 PM, "Franz Kunst" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Grace,
> I'm afraid you're probably out of luck; there are very few broadcast
> recordings from that early. Even after the technology for home recording on
> discs became more available in the early-to-mid 1930's, the likelihood of a
> specific program or broadcast to exist today is slim to none.
> On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 8:27 AM, Grace Evans <
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> > Hello!
> > My name is Grace Evans and I work for a memoir publishing company in
> > Louis. I'm working on a research project for a client whose father was an
> > investigative journalist in the 1920s and 30s. I've found tons of his
> > articles in newspaper archives and recently discovered that he was on the
> > radio a few times, as well. He died when our client was a little girl and
> > she doesn't remember him well, so it would be really awesome to be able
> > track down those radio shows and let her hear his voice. However, I'm
> > having some trouble navigating the world of radio archives and I'm hoping
> > you guys can help!
> > His name was Talcott W. Powell and he did a show called "Newspaper
> > Writing" on January 27, 1925, with Judith Roth and Peter DeRose for WGBS
> > New York and a show called "Any Clothes?" on January 9, 1932 with Heywood
> > Brown for WEAF (which I believe was the precursor to WNBC).
> > If anyone can point me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate
> > it!
> > Thanks,
> > Grace
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