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I don't see any WDIA items in their catalog, but you might want to 
check with the University of Memphis Radio Program Archive 
(https://umdrive.memphis.edu/mbensman/public/).

John Ross

At  12/15/2006 09:12 AM, Suzanne Whitehouse wrote:
>I am researching radio stations with predominately black audiences from
>the years before and during the early civil rights movement as part of a
>museum project.  Specifically, I am looking for airchecks and news
>reports from these stations that could be edited together with music
>from the era to reproduce the experience of listening to radio during
>that time period.
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>Does anyone know of a collector who specializes in this type of
>material?  I have found a couple of websites that include airchecks from
>WLAC in Nashville by DJ's such as Bill "Hossman" Allen, Gene Nobles and
>John "R" Richburg.  I would like to find the people who may own* this
>material, as well as airchecks/news reports from other similar radio
>stations of the era.  I would also be interested in the same from
>station WDIA in Memphis.