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Fri Mar 21 17:11:42 2014 UTClccn-n850678690.00[Letters],0.391.00Women & media35565850Mary_Margaret_McBriden 850678691478633MacBride, Mary MargaretMacBride, Mary Margaret 1899-1976containsVIAFID/21442409Deane, Marthalccn-n80130886Ware, Susan1950-lccn-n2010064540Fitzgerald Rivers of America Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n50051314Burt, Maxwell Struthers1882-1954lccn-n50019334Santee, Ross1888-1965illlccn-n83176688Whiteman, Paul1890-1967viaf-94534275Josephy, Helenlccn-n85314577Morrow, Dwight W.(Dwight Whitney)1873-1931lccn-n88238835Hader, Elmer1889-1973illlccn-n80044875Bjorklund, Lorence F.illlccn-no2009018716Advertising Women of New YorkMcBride, Mary Margaret1899-1976BiographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcGuidebooksFictionMcBride, Mary Margaret,United StatesRadio broadcastersFrontier and pioneer lifeUnited States--Powder RiverWyomingUnited States--Powder River ValleyJazzJournalistsCooking, AmericanFood supplyMorrow, Dwight W.--(Dwight Whitney),MissouriCountry lifeFamiliesAdvertisingWomen--EmploymentFrance--ParisWomenEngland--LondonManners and customsCookingDietNew York (State)--New YorkGermanyRadio journalistsPoets, AmericanMaineGarbo, Greta,Bennett, Constance,Wallace, Henry A.--(Henry Agard),Truman, Harry S.,Bradley, Omar Nelson,Schlesinger, Arthur M.--(Arthur Meier),Roosevelt, Eleanor,Sevareid, Eric,EditorsTravelOwen, Ruth Bryan,Rayburn, Sam,World Center for Women's ArchivesRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),Williams, G. Mennen,Radio broadcastingCurtis, Charlotte,Authors, AmericanTruman, Bess WallacePaul, Alice,Smith, Margaret Chase,Europe189919761923192619271929193019311932193519361938193919401941194219431944194519461948195019511952195319551956195719581959196019631965196619711972197419801982199019921994199519961999200520104696115158BPN1991.4.M37ocn643334998ocn643344404ocn643331782ocn643328184ocn643344397ocn049247329ocn044702126ocn643344404ocn643344397ocn866532021ocn052954815ocn6869090458641ocn001524767book19380.29Burt, Maxwell StruthersPowder River : let 'er buckHistory3966ocn001045988book19260.59Whiteman, PaulJazzCriticism, interpretation, etc3134ocn000748871book19590.24McBride, Mary MargaretA long way from MissouriBiographyThe author's experiences as a news reporter during the 1920's and early 1930's (2.29)2303ocn001326782book19570.28McBride, Mary MargaretHarvest of American cooking; with recipes for 1,000 of Americas̀• favorite dishes1924ocn001373893book19300.63McBride, Mary MargaretThe story of Dwight W. Morrow1801ocn001492793book19400.27McBride, Mary MargaretHow dear to my heartChildhood on a mid-western farm1471ocn000901793book19660.06McBride, Mary MargaretThe growing up of Mary ElizabethFictionA story describing the life of a twelve-year-old on a Missouri farm in early twentieth century. Patterned after events in the life of the author1102ocn000640028book19480.79McBride, Mary MargaretHow to be a successful advertising woman : a career guide for women in advertising, public relations, and related fields891ocn001499352book19290.66Josephy, HelenParis is a woman's townGuidebooks761ocn001356338book19300.66Josephy, HelenLondon is a man's town [but women go there]Guidebooks642ocn001396279book19410.47McBride, Mary MargaretAmerica for me524ocn002108258book19580.56McBride, Mary MargaretEncyclopedia of cooking; America's most complete cookbook483ocn003642020book19320.59Josephy, HelenBeer and skittles; a friendly guide to modern GermanyGuidebooks462ocn001811300book19310.39Josephy, HelenNew York is everybody's townGuidebooks463ocn009803558book19450.47McBride, Mary MargaretTune in for Elizabeth : career story of a radio interviewerFiction432ocn000410848book19360.76McBride, Mary MargaretHere's Martha Deane191ocn000621170book19270.86McBride, Mary MargaretCharm; a book about it and those who have it, for those who want it131ocn010864082book19590.79Curtis, Winterton CCape Cod horizons, and other verse122ocn014105314book19320.95McBride, Mary MargaretThe life story of Constance Bennett113ocn013536820book19320.92McBride, Mary MargaretThe life story of Greta Garbo12394ocn320321401file20050.39Ware, SusanIt's one o'clock and here is Mary Margaret McBride a radio biographyBiographyOne of the most beloved radio show hosts of the 1940s and 1950s, Mary Margaret McBride (1899--1976) regularly attracted between six and eight million listeners to her daily one o'clock broadcast. During her twenty years on the air she interviewed tens of thousands of people, from President Harry Truman and Frank Lloyd Wright to Rachel Carson and Zora Neale Hurston. This is her story. Five decades after their broadcast, her shows remain remarkably fresh and interesting. And yet McBride--the Oprah Winfrey of her day--has been practically forgotten, both in radio history and in the history of twenti+-+26594296353892ocn001050590book19600.27McBride, Mary MargaretOut of the air21ocn036222836book19961.00Women & media11ocn122521735mix1.00Gillmore, Inez HaynesCollection includes her autobiography, diaries, and literary notebooks filled with comments on suffrage work, Maud Younger and other labor leaders in California, her travels in Europe, and literary personalities in the U.S. and abroad. Also included are a diary of a trip she took abroad during WWI as a reporter for various American magazines; the 1920 volume Heterodoxy to Marie, which was addressed to Marie Jenney Howe and consists of pictures, messages, and signatures of literary women; photos; and Christmas cards12ocn232008809book1.00Miller, Emma GuffeySeries III, Speeches and writings, and IV, Organizations and boards, include Miller's speeches concerning prohibition reform, party politics, and the Equal Rights Amendment; poetry, articles, plays, reports, minutes, proceedings, photographs, and memorabilia11ocn423033598book19431.00It's one o'clock and here's Mary Margaret McBride12ocn232007242book19451.00St. Denis, RuthPostcard with photograph of St. Denis and message from her to radio personality, Mary Margaret McBride11ocn083526581book19821.00[Beatrice Alexander]11ocn849528219mix1.00Sherrod, Robert LeeRobert L. SherrodCorrespondents include James Agee, Claude Auchinleck, Hanson Baldwin, Omar Bradley, James F. Byrnes, Mark W. Clark, James Forrestal, Ford C. Frick, Martha Gellhorn, Raymond Henle, John F. Kennedy, Henry Luce, Joseph W. Martin, Mary Margaret McBride, William C. Menninger, Carl Mydans, Richard L. Neuberger, Chester W. Nimitz, Roger Pineau, Arthur W. Radford, Sam Rayburn, Haru M. Reischauer, James Roosevelt, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Eric Sevareid, David M. Shoup, Holland M. Smith, Time, Inc., Harry S. Truman, Frank W. Wead, and Walter Winchell11ocn488719037mix1.00McBride, Mary MargaretPhotographs from the Mary Margaret McBride collectionPhotographsThe photographs and accompanying paper documents form part of the much larger Mary Margaret McBride collection, 1935-1950, in the Recorded Sound Section of the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Library of Congress. Representing McBride's long and influential career as a pioneering woman radio journalist, the McBride collection includes over twelve hundred hours of interview programs and other radio broadcasts. The photographs include portrait, publicity, and family photographs of Mary Margaret McBride; pictures of McBride and her guests, such as Omar Bradley, Mike Wallace, Eleanore Roosevelt, Thomas Dewey, and Mary Martin; shots of her radio program's anniversary celebrations; images relating to her 1960 autobiography, Out of the Air and of various products and locations; and depictions of broadcasting both in and outside of the studio11ocn080347788mix1.00Furman, BessBess Furman papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Bess Streeter Aldrich, Ella F. Auerbach, Elisabeth Randolph Shirley Enochs, Edith Benham Helm, Genevieve Forbes Herrick, Frances Parkinson Keyes, Murtle Mason, Dorothy McAllister, Mary Margaret McBride, Iantha McCloskey, Anthony Netboy, Herbert H. Rogers, Mae Rogers, Ruth Bryan Owen, Eleanor Roosevelt, Malvina Thompson, and Bess Wallace Truman11ocn247200211bookHanna, Agnes McCulloch[Letters]Letters sent to Agnes Hanna of Indianapolis from Mary McBride11ocn034082608book19950.47Merrick, Beverly GEstella Kam : the tough-talking program manager behind the radio talkshow of Mary Margaret McBrideBiography11ocn057556434file19390.47Hamilton Holt with Arthur SulzbergerPhotographsHamilton Holt (right) with New York Times publisher Sulzberger and Mary McBride during the Animated Magazine on February 27, 193911ocn849528143mix1.00Gilkes, Lillian BLillian B. Gilkes PapersThe Lillian B. Gilkes Papers comprises the correspondence, writings, research notes, and memorabilia of the American author, educator, and biographer of Cora Crane (b. 1902). The collection not only illuminates Gilkes' professional writings, but also reveals a personal life marked by political activity and connections with radical artists and writers of the early to mid-20th century11ocn032902444book19940.47Merrick, Beverly GMary Margaret McBride, talkshow host : the perfect proxy for radio listeners11ocn647938686book1.00Flannagan, Roy CPapers of Roy Catesby FlannaganHistoryPhotographsAutographsGenealogyPersonal narratives ConfederatePersonal narratives BritishThe collection also contains an incomplete typescript "The devil's dance" by Richard Ambrose and the papers of John T. Jones of King William County, Virginia, 1862-83, and some Civil War items [8 items]12ocn232006560mix1.00Cumming, Adelaide Fish HawleyHistoryCorrespondence, speeches, program scripts, publicity photos, and articles primarily concern her career. Cumming narrated "The Woman Reporter," "Woman's Page of the Air," "News of the Day" (an MGM newsreel) and "Fashions on Parade" (for television), and many other programs. Among topics included are the place of women in American history, women harness racers, Fanny Kemble, the World Center for Women's Archives, and the importance of women voters. Cumming interviewed prominent women including Georgia O'Keeffe, Inez Haynes Irwin, and Helen Gahagan Douglas. Papers concerning her Betty Crocker role consist mainly of promotional literature and speeches11ocn476795656mix1.00Cerf, BennettBennett Cerf papersCorrespondence, manuscripts, memorabilia, photographs, phonograph and tape recordings, and printed files11ocn036890029mix0.47Bemis, FrancesPapersHistorySourcesThe Papers include biographical information, photographs, correspondence, publicity, radio scripts, clippings, programs, and scrapbooks. They illustrate the world of fashion in 1930s-50s New York City and give a window into the celebrity and consumer culture of this time. Photographs make up a large portion, mainly of Bemis' fashion shows, special events, celebrities, and models with whom Bemis worked. Correspondents include dollmaker Madame Alexander, Svetlana Allilueva (daughter of Josef Stalin), and many writers, artists, and radio and television personalities with whom Bemis worked. Writings include her unpublished memoir, Barnum in Merchandising, and notes recording her thoughts on the cultural changes of the 1960s and her private life. Scrapbooks of clippings detail Bemis's newspaper work in the 1920s and public relations work for the city of St. Augustine in the 1950s+-+2659429635+-+2659429635Fri Mar 21 15:34:55 EDT 2014batch23061