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Fine one of the most frequent contributors or a staff member from the time period and contact them. Some people of that sort kept programs since they themselves participated in them and wanted the copies for their personal archives. Any New Yorkers out there who can aid in identifying some likely suspects?

> On Aug 31, 2020, at 2:26 PM, Williams, Tim <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Hi Folks,
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> A library patron is looking to see if anyone has print or scanned copies of WNCN's Program Guide from 1972.  WNCN later published Keynote from 1977-1987, but that was preceded by their program guide seemingly just titled "Program Guide" or "WNCN 104.3 FM program guide."
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> Specifically, the researcher is trying to find an article and/or photo of composer/conductor Bruno Maderna in that program guide.  Maderna guest conducted the NY Phil in 1972.
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> In their research on Maderna in NY, they have been in touch already with the Rodgers & Hammerstein archives, NY public radio, and the NY Phil archives.  Any other ideas?
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> Thanks,
> Tim
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> Timothy R. Williams
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> Librarian
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> Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh