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Recorded Sound Section--Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division

INTRODUCTION

USING THE COLLECTIONS

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

CONCLUSION

RECORDED SOUND EXTERNAL SITES

VISIT/CONTACT

NOTES

1. All these recordings are available in MBRS through the Recorded Sound Reference Center: Mamie Smith singing “Crazy Blues” (1920, Okeh 4169 or 169), the Major Bowes' Amateur Hour broadcast (LWO 7161 r22A) with Beverly Sills, Mary McLeod Bethune giving a talk broadcast by radio in 1939 (RWA 4895 B2-4896 A1), and the Jane Addams radio broadcast (RXA 5638 A5).[back]

2. Michele Hilmes, Radio Voices: American Broadcasting, 1922-1952 (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1997), 278.[back]

3. John Dunning, Tune in Yesterday: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio, 1925-1976 (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1976), 549.[back]

4. Raymond Stedman, The Serials: Suspense and Drama by Installment, 2nd ed. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1977), 306-7.[back]

5. Muriel G. Cantor and Suzanne Pingree, The Soap Opera (Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1983), 44-45.[back]

6. Madeleine Edmondson and David Rounds, From Mary Noble to Mary Hartman (New York: Stein and Day, 1976), 89.[back]

7. Dunning, Tune in Yesterday, 55. [back]

8. Ibid., 257-58. [back]

9. Ibid., 474-76.[back]

10. Message from Gene Frederickson, AFRTS Web site, <[email protected]>, sent October 13, 1999.[back]

11. Rainer E. Lotz and Ulrich Neuert, The AFRS “Jubilee” Transcription Programs: An Exploratory Discography (Frankfurt am Main: Ruecker, 1985), vii.[back]

12. Hilmes, Radio Voices, 266.[back]

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