There may be some CBS recordings at the University of Washington in
Seattle, if not elsewhere. One of the professors, Milo Ryan, had access
to the the collection of CBS discs of broadcast for that period; these
were recorded on discs for later playback on the west coast. They were
later removed from the Institute site in Seattle; Sand Point, and sent
to the Smithsonian. Ryan's book on the war may still be available.
http://guides.lib.uw.edu/miloryanMy copy (and discographical collection)
is now available at the International Trombone Association's archive
with Glenn D. Bridges record collection and papers (author of Pioneers
in Brass) at Columbus State University (Georgia).
There may be some tapes also at the G. Robert Vincent archive at the
Michigan State University Library's audio archive. Vincent took many
broadcasts off the air during this period, including voices of Hitler.
Both Vincent and Ryan were early members of ARSC.
On 7/13/2017 2:34 PM, Mattie Akers wrote:
> I am working on a film for PBS and we are trying to determine if there
> might be any accessible US radio broadcasts describing the London blitz
> circa July-September 1940. We know about the CBS/Murrow reports and are
> looking for other options.
> Any tips would be much appreciated!
> Mattie Akers
> Apograph Productions
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