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Thu Oct 16 17:52:26 2014 UTClccn-no20030172690.00"Program coming in fine. Please play Japanese sandman" /0.471.00KDKA cook book : published in connection with the KDKA Cooking School, under the direction of /136381709no20030172695980699KDKA AM 1020 (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)KDKA Radio (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)lccn-n98106120Goldin, J. Daviddnrlccn-no2009045360Marr Sound Archiveslccn-n50054057Andrew W. Mellon Foundationlccn-no2003024154WCAE (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)lccn-no95012225Bell Telephone Hour Orchestraprflccn-no2008016916Armstrong, Berniecndprfitrarrnp-voorhees, donaldVoorhees, Donaldcndarrlccn-no2011010922KQV (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)lccn-n80014461American Telephone and Telegraph Companyspnlccn-no2011026723Faith, Percy1908-1976cndarrKDKA (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)HistoryPictorial worksMusicDramaKDKA (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)Radio broadcastingPennsylvania--PittsburghRadio stationsUnited StatesRadio broadcastersPopular musicRadioWorld War (1939-1945)Conrad, Frank,Orchestral musicHawaiiPearl Harbor, Attack on (Hawaii : 1941)New York (State)--BuffaloOperas--ExcerptsEmployeesInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Manners and customsOrgan music, ArrangedSymphoniesPolitical and social viewsWorld War (1914-1918)InterviewsCooking, AmericanEconomicsOral historyOrchestral music, ArrangedSongs (High voice) with orchestraPiano musicIllinois--MonticelloFolk songs, EnglishEconomic historyRadio programsTransportationMembership requirementsIllinois--Piatt CountyCommunity banksBallets--ExcerptsAfrican AmericansRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),IllinoisChristmasMoratorium on payment of debtsMotion picture music--ExcerptsRadio stations--EmployeesSymphonies--ExcerptsGermanyDyer, Mary,Dance orchestra musicGospel music1921192519261928192919301931193419371940194119421943194519461947194819511964196519701974197819791980199920002005201020132014378338341791.4409748PN1991.3.U6151ocn491914632book20100.35Salamon, EdPittsburgh's golden age of radioHistoryPictorial worksProvides photographs of personalities and events in commercial radio history, recognized by the Federal Communications Commission to have begun in Pittsburgh, Pa., at KDKA in 1920+-+887720382521ocn019708348rcrd19640.22Goodman, Ailene SPittsburgh songs of a cityMusic21ocn028641688book19281.00Terman, Mildred DavisKDKA cook book : published in connection with the KDKA Cooking School, under the direction of22ocn662741826rcrd19420.47[The Bell Telephone hour. [The Carnation contented hour11ocn049820156rcrd19410.47[Pearl Harbor attack news bulletins, coverage on NBC network. [Bernie Armstrong at the organ11ocn714884861rcrd19430.47[Bond drive for the United States Navy cruiser Los Angeles. [Gabriel Heatter newsGabriel Heatter news: Frank Singiser substitutes for Gabriel Heatter. A summary of American victories in the South Pacific; the Axis hope to bomb American cities this summer; Yugoslavian guerrillas have pushed back German forces11ocn671644638rcrd19420.47[Treasury star parade. [Record cutter tests]DramaTreasury star parade: The story of Quaker martyr Mary Dyer is dramatized. The opening of "Music and American Youth" originating from Dallas, where a mass youth choir sings "Dallas is born." Record cutter tests: Recording of an uncredited orchestral work11ocn664826146rcrd19420.47[Sunday down south. [The First Piano Quartet11ocn665868680rcrd19430.47[This we have done. [NBC Symphony OrchestraDramaThis we have done: Top war headlines from 1942 are presented as dramatic vignettes for this "year in review" program sponsored by Iron City Beer. Included are the Battle of the Coral Sea and sinking of the USS Lexington, the Japanese attack on Corregidor, the signing of the draft bill, and more11ocn657097119rcrd19410.47Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra[Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. [H.v. Kaltenborn news analysisNews and views by John B. Hughes: An analysis on the recent attack on Pearl Harbor and the developments in Asia during the last few days. Followed by music transcribed from the library at WCAE11ocn027190363mix1.00Bryant, SlimJohn Edwards memorial collectionMusicCommercial recordings of Slim Bryant and his Wildcats, playing traditional fiddle tunes, polkas, and hillbilly standards at KDKA in Pittsburgh in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. There are also commercial recordings of the Golden Gate Quartet performing a dozen gospel songs11ocn681418690rcrd19430.47Pius[Pope Pius XII Christmas Eve message, December 24, 1943, as broadcast over NBC network. [Pope Pius XII Christmas Eve message, December 24, 1943, as broadcast over NBC networkPope Pius XII presents a Christmas Eve address concerning the current war. Following the conclusion of Pope Pius XII's speech, NBC's religious director, Max Jordan summarizes the address in English and gives commentary. Your Esso reporter: The Germans have used rocket guns on England. The British have bombed Berlin again. Germany reports that it will treat Allied pilots as war criminals. Russians have fought the Germans back to 85 miles west of Kiev. The Japanese are no longer threatening in the Solomon Islands. Pittsburgh steel workers are threatening to stop work after a contract runs out. Franklin Roosevelt is to speak on Christmas day11ocn700942382rcrd19410.47[The Pepsodent show. 1941-10-28, part 2]11ocn701057016rcrd19410.47Armstrong, Bernie[Bernie Armstrong at the organ. [Tapestry musicale11ocn662719162rcrd19420.47[The pause that refreshes on the air. [The Bell Telephone hour11ocn714898450rcrd19430.47Hughes, John B[The march of time. [News and views by John B. HughesDramaThe march of time: A description of a series of plays written by an American servicemen presented on Broadway and a condensed version of the play, "First cousins" by Kurt Kasznar. News and views by John B. Hughes: The president has vetoed the War disputes bill, but was over-ridden by Congress; commentary on other labor and economic issues11ocn662706801rcrd19420.47[Kraft music hall. [Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street11ocn666932221rcrd19430.47[The Bell Telephone hour. [The Carnation contented hour11ocn700946757rcrd19410.47[The Pepsodent show. [The Pepsodent show11ocn664576892rcrd19420.47[Syncopation piece. [George Washington birthday programHistoryGeorge Washington birthday program: The beginning of a narrated story of George Washington's role in the Revolutionary War82ocn018829012book19260.88Godfrey, EdwardStories and poems read by Uncle Ed over KDKAPoetry61ocn042883846visu19990.66How radio got started Frank Conrad and KDKAHistoryDescribes the early days of commercial radio from America's first radio station in Frank Conrad's garage, to the establishment of the first commercial radio operation52ocn005511491book19250.95First anniversary of the University of Pittsburgh radio studio of station KDKA31ocn051730180rcrd0.10KDKA AM 1020 50th anniversary special, Nov. 2, 1970 "Listen to what we started."History31ocn044614168book19370.47KDKA (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)KDKA and seventeen years of broadcastingHistory21ocn044614046book19460.47KDKA (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)"Going forward with radio" as presented in cooperation with WBEN, the Buffalo Evening News stationHistoryPortraits21ocn704547542rcrd20000.10KDKA AM 1020 80th anniversary special, Nov. 2, 2000 "Hears where it all began"HistoryA one-hour retrospective on the history of KDKA AM 1020, the world's first radio station21ocn051730191rcrd0.10KDKA celebrates 65 65th anniversary special, November 2, 1985HistoryIncludes the behind-the-scenes story of KDKA's first broadcast; early KDKA history, 1920's-1940's; the early days of Pirates baseball on radio; the switch to all local programming in the 1950's; highlights from Cordic & company and Art Pallan's last show; John Cigna talking about his KDKA debut; Dave James's recollection of Ed Schaughency's farewell broadcast; Bill Steinbach's comments on the development of KDKA 90-to-6; and mid/late 1960's holiday greeting21ocn019523550art1965Saudek, Robert"Program coming in fine. Please play Japanese sandman"HistoryThe First Radio Station Broadcast in the U.S. was held on the evening of November 2, 1920, over the facilities of KDKA on a roof of the Westinghouse plant in East Pittsburgh11ocn886012051mixThoma McCormick Michaux, MarjorieMarjorie Thoma McCormick Michaux papersThe Marjorie Thoma McCormick Michaux papers include photocopies of two books containing her poems that were featured on The Dream Weaver, two photographs of Michaux from the 1990s, and a CD containing a recording of The Dream Weaver episode that featured her poem Childhood11ocn068969384rcrd20050.10Oral history interview with Henrietta Winkler Porterfield January 18, 1983HistoryBiographyGenealogyInterviewsCONTENT SHEET. Homemaker. Interview: Parents and childhood -- Teaching in Danville, Illinois -- Brother died in World War I -- Meeting husband and moving to Monticello -- Husband was President of the National Bank of Monticello -- Depression and banks closing -- Stores on the Monticello square -- Old Opera House -- Presbyterian Church parsonage -- Canning and making soap during World War II at school -- Radio11ocn039065812book1930The pioneer moves to Saxonburg11ocn068969387rcrd20050.10Oral history interview with Charles W. Norris September 21, 1982HistoryBiographyGenealogyInterviewsAnecdotesCONTENT SHEET. Postal Worker. Interview: Parents, grandfather was in the Civil War -- Eshelman Taylor Shop in Monticello -- Teaching school at Dighton School House and Slabtown School -- Rural mail carrier in a mail wagon -- Marriage and children -- World War I -- Post Office -- Monticello (Klein's) Band -- Depression and the bank closings -- Hogshoot Bridge -- Radio11ocn701907894visu19210.10[Frank Conrad, founder of KDKA]Pictorial worksShows Frank Conrad, inventor, Westinghouse engineer, and founder of KDKA radio, working at an array of electronic equipment11ocn502402801book19701.00Westinghouse Broadcasting CompanyListen to what we started : golden jubilee, 1920-1970History11ocn037661623book1945KDKA family album11ocn313791586mix1974Kmetz, BobPittsburgh transportation historyHistoryTypescript document11ocn334886299book19311.00Mail response from the KDKA radio audience, July 1 to December 31, 193011ocn039065835book1930Ten years on the air. KDKA, the pioneer in radio development, celebrates ten years of successful broadcasting and at the same time announces the completion of a new station11ocn794303046bookGerald Fuchs collectionThe collection consists of six letterheads from various Pittsburgh companies+-+8877203825+-+8877203825Thu Oct 16 15:15:17 EDT 2014batch23813