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Fri Mar 21 17:12:22 2014 UTClccn-n906231500.00Recollections at 300.491.00Reminiscences of Hans Von Kaltenborn42918890H._V._Kaltenbornn 906231502708007Kaltenborn, H. V. 1878-1965Kaltenborn, H. von 1878-1965Kaltenborn, Hans von, 1878-1965Von Kaltenborn, Hans, 1878-1965lccn-no99077486Questar, Incviaf-303071797Hearst Entertainmentlccn-n83158974Keller, Helen1880-1968lccn-n83158977Sullivan, Annie1866-1936lccn-n85177494Rains, Claude1889-1967actlccn-no89009018Foster, Lewis R.1898-1974auslccn-n85327110Bondi, Beulah1892-1981actlccn-n85378996Hall, Porter1888-1953actnc-columbia pictures corporationColumbia Pictures Corporationlccn-n85378805Kalloch1893-cstKaltenborn, H. v.(Hans)1878-1965DramaBiographyHistoryMotion picturesPersonal narratives‡vAmericanOutlines, syllabi, etcMapsFictionInterviewsSourcesUnited StatesPolitical corruptionUnited States.--Congress.--SenateWashington (D.C.)Political scienceLegislatorsBills, LegislativeMalicious accusationKaltenborn, H. v.--(Hans),Radio journalistsEditorsTwentieth centuryHistory, ModernWorld War (1939-1945)Political fiction, AmericanEuropeRadio journalismCzechoslovakiaWorld politicsPoliticiansKeller, Helen,Press coverageRadio broadcastingPublic opinionInternational relationsBroadcast journalismUnited States.--CongressPolitics in motion picturesCommitteesGovernmental investigationsBroadcastingMass mediaIndians of North AmericaClosed captioningJournalistsMines and mineral resourcesFarm producePolitical playsPresidents--ElectionMr. Smith goes to Washington (Motion picture)World mapsInternational relations--Public opinionPacific AreaNewspaper editorsNew York (State)--New York--BrooklynCampsPress and politicsMan-woman relationshipsNew York (State)--New YorkReiss, Winold,18781965189819151927192819291930193419361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019521953195519561957195819591961196419651966196719681972197819791980198419881990199119931999200020012002200620132573261321791.4372PN1997ocn076970142ocn765938427ocn062480815ocn671819193ocn644226005ocn672352498ocn764754470ocn766053804ocn050429054ocn766038594ocn049829077ocn007003675ocn424643801ocn702483961ocn698701903ocn695465416ocn045304942ocn663591508ocn657724434ocn045305145ocn045305255ocn049512725ocn045305122ocn045305046ocn670106629ocn045305197ocn010148856ocn012802405ocn701903348ocn655862776ocn655883208ocn655874121ocn701903508ocn655854148ocn701899633ocn148839894ocn656890937ocn049818790ocn665089485ocn665093382ocn0109282003656ocn002501162book19560.28Kaltenborn, H. vIt seems like yesterdaySixty-five historic events of the last six decades presented in pictures and described by a veteran commentator and newspaperman2805ocn008989539book19380.59Kaltenborn, H. vI broadcast the crisisHistory2171ocn024425647visu19910.14Helen KellerBiographyArchival films and commentary by H.v. Kaltenborn are used to trace the life of Helen Keller and her triumph over serious handicaps with the help of teacher Anne Sullivan1994ocn000875561book19450.59Kaltenborn, H. vEurope now, a first-hand reportPersonal narratives American1944ocn002163973book19370.76Kaltenborn, H. vKaltenborn edits the news; Europe--Asia--American1243ocn001834326book19420.53Kaltenborn, H. vKaltenborn edits the war newsOutlines, syllabi, etc1242ocn076970142visu19390.21Capra, FrankFrank Capra's Mr. Smith goes to WashingtonFictionDramaFilm adaptationsMotion picturesPolitical fictionAn idealistic, newly-appointed senator heads to Washington where he single-handedly battles ruthless politicians out to destroy him+-+5133639796324632ocn003674168book19300.63Kaltenborn, H. vWe look at the world252ocn007003675rcrd0.50Greenspan, BudWitness! Congressional investigation highlights215ocn011490713book19420.94Kaltenborn, H. vTwenty Year Club of Pioneers in Radio BroadcastingBiography171ocn002945542book19490.84Kaltenborn, H. vFifty fabulous years, 1900-1950; a review of the first half of the 20th century162ocn006083080book19270.94Reiss, WinoldAmerican Indian portraitsPortraitsExhibition catalogs132ocn002032093book19420.28Rand McNally and Company1942 war atlasMaps101ocn010946366map19390.95Rand McNally and CompanyH.V. Kaltenborn's map of EuropeMaps84ocn180050139book19500.47Kaltenborn, H. vFifty fabulous years, 1900-1950; a personal reviewBiography62ocn017007784map19400.95Kaltenborn, H. vH.V. Kaltenborn's new 1940 war map of EuropeMaps61ocn018031138map19440.86Kaltenborn, H. vReference map of EuropeMaps51ocn036888679book19400.47Kaltenborn, H. vKaltenborn's 1940 campaign handbook51ocn055715423map19440.95Manning, F. EPacific war mapsMaps51ocn017792793book19470.97Twenty Year ClubTwenty year club of radio pioneersBiography5073ocn000299671book19500.47Kaltenborn, H. vFifty fabulous years, 1900-1950; a personal reviewBiography414ocn023681898book19610.96Mass Communications History Center (Wis.)The H.V. Kaltenborn CollectionBiographyArchives262ocn003693813book19500.84Kaltenborn, H. vThe reminiscences of H.V. KaltenbornHistoryBiographyInterviewsSourcesEditor, radio commentator. Topics include: childhood and early occupations; Harvard; Brooklyn eagle; radio broadcaster with several NYC stations and CBS and NBC networks, 1921-1950; organized Association of Radio News Analysts, 1942; views on past and future roles of radio; visits to Russia, 1926, 1929; impressions of Adolf Hitler, Calvin Coolidge, and others122ocn017761104book19610.92State Historical Society of WisconsinThe H.V. Kaltenborn collectionBiography94ocn007098629book19650.70Clark, David GillisThe dean of commentators : a biography of H.V. KaltenbornBiography65ocn049940784book19470.98Chester, GiraudThe radio commentaries of H.V. Kaltenborn : a case study in persuasion63ocn026298027book19640.95Grow, Earl SidneyA dialogue on American international involvement, 1939-41 the correspondence of H.V. Kaltenborn, his sponsors, and his public22ocn053789592com19660.92Kolb, James SylvesterH.V. Kaltenborn : an analysis of his thought and his career21ocn068804438map19390.95Rand McNally and CompanyH.V. Kaltenborn's map of EuropeMaps21ocn028415891mix1.00Hunter, RobertRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence relating to Republican Party politics, Wendell Willkie's 1940 presidential campaign, the work of House Special Committee on Un-American Activities, and Hunter's book, Revolution (1940); together with correspondence relating to his early involvement in efforts to combat tuberculosis and personal correspondence. Correspondents include Jane Addams, Nicholas Murray Butler, Cass Canfield, Sidney Cockwell, Edward T. Devine, Martin Dies, Henry Ford, John Nance Garner, Herbert Hoover, Harry Hopkins, Hiram Johnson, Hans v. Kaltenborn, Walter Lippmann, Joan London, Joseph W. Martin, Raymond Moley, Westbrook Pegler, Samuel B. Pettengill, Oren Root, Upton Sinclair, Irving Stone, Robert A. Taft, and Wendell Willkie22ocn137239983rcrd19651.00Kaltenborn, H. v[A tribute to Hans von Kaltenborn]21ocn122481714mix19501.00Kaltenborn, H. vReminiscences of Hans Von Kaltenborn:InterviewsChildhood and early occupations; Harvard; Brooklyn EAGLE; radio broadcaster with several New York, N.Y. stations and Columbia Broadcasting System and National Broadcasting Company networks, 1921-1950; organized Association of Radio News Analysts, 1942; views on past and future roles of radio; visits to Russia, 1926, 1929; impressions of Adolf Hitler, Calvin Coolidge, and others11ocn051175329visu19360.10[H.V. Kaltenborn with pince-nez]Studio portrait of H.V. Kaltenborn (wearing pince-nez), associate editor of Brooklyn Daily Eagle and radio commentator11ocn013741162book1947Kaltenborn, H. vAround the world with Kaltenborn11ocn145770887mixEngel, Harold AHarold A. Engel papersPapers of an educational broadcaster associated with WHA and WHA-TV, Madison, Wisconsin (1931-1968), as assistant director in charge of legislative and public relations. The collection deals exclusively with educational broadcasting and contains articles, clippings, surveys, and reports. Most documentation concerns the development of WHA, particularly its early history; Malcolm P. Hanson, Harold B. McCarty, and other staff members; campaigns for increased air time; television facilities; FM broadcasting; and building plans. The balance deals with Engel's other activities in educational broadcasting through the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, National Association of FM Broadcasters, the University of Wisconsin Radio and Television Committee, and with other Wisconsin educational stations such as WMVS, WLBL, and WUMW-TV. Prominent correspondents include August Derleth and Hans v. Kaltenborn11ocn145770405mixButterfield, Charles EPapers of an AP radio and television editor, consisting of clippings and teletype copies of articles pertaining to media development, some biographical material, and correspondence11ocn173693202mixNational Broadcasting CompanyRecollections at 30Tape recordings of three representative programs from the National Broadcasting Company's "Recollections at 30" series, including H. V. Kaltenborn's 35th anniversary in radio, April 3, 1957, and other highlights of early radio programs and personalities such as Rudy Vallee, Clark and McCulla, Lum and Abner, Al Jolson, Francis Langford, Fred Allen and Portland, Tom Cokely, Fanny Brice, Joe Penner, Ginger Rogers, Mickey Rooney, Bob Hope, Brenda and Cobeania, Bob Burns, and Judy Garland11ocn051165865visu19400.10The Kaltenborns at homeH.V. Kaltenborn, associate editor of Brooklyn Eagle, sitting by fireplace with his wife at his side; both looking at photograph in his hand; dachshund at his feet; candles, clock, and other objects on mantelpiece. Caption: "The Kaltenborns at home: Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Kaltenborn enjoy the comforts of their hearthside at 9 Garden Place. They have lived on the Heights since 1902."11ocn051167052visu19380.10Knudsen, DavidMr. & Mrs. H.V. KaltenbornBrooklyn Daily Eagle associate editor H.V. Kaltenborn and wife walking on gravel drive (possibly in Bermuda) and holding hands before building with trellis; both smiling; he in short-sleeved shirt, she in short-sleeved dress11ocn051176193visu19500.10Brooklyn Eagle[H.V. Kaltenborn reading in arm chair] [graphic]H.V. Kaltenborn, associate editor of Brooklyn Eagle and radio commentator, reading in arm chair; open book in right hand, dachshund on lap+-+5133639796324+-+5133639796324Fri Mar 21 15:07:13 EDT 2014batch25422