I'm not sure if they would have it, but the FDR library has a number of
recordings appearing on the Lucky Strike Hour in 1932. They may have the
November item along with the listed Nov 22 program.
The CBS radio transcript recordings (for later broadcasting) were
archived in Seattle. Some are at Washington University. The collection
was moved some years ago back east, but I don't know to whom or where.
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On 10/2/2020 2:27 PM, Francis Poon wrote:
> Hi all, I hope this note finds everyone healthy and well!
> I’m trying to locate a digital recording of an episode of a radio show called Lucky Strike Hour from November 15, 1932 for possible use in an upcoming documentary.
> I’ve found a full transcript of the hour, but not the recording itself.
> I’ve tried the Library of Congress, The Internet Archives Old Time Radio page, Library of American Broadcasting, NARA, the American Radio Archives and UCSB and the closest thing I found was a recording from a few days later:
> If anyone has any suggestions on where to look, would you please kindly let me know?
> Many thanks!
> FRANCIS POON
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