Collection Number: 30015

Collection Title: Southern Folklife Collection Radio and Television Files, 1930-2005

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Size About 8.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1900 items)
Abstract The collection consists of materials related to radio stations and television stations in the United States and Mexico, 1930-2005. Materials include program guides, radio playlists, station newsletters, promotional materials, newspaper and magazine articles, station-produced publications, correspondence, press releases, and about 56 press release photographs from KBBQ in Burbank, Calif. Some KBBQ photographs depict country music recording artists, including Lynn Anderson, Eddy Arnold, Glen Campbell, Jimmy Dean, Merle Haggard, Lee Hazlewood, Ferlin Husky, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Lee Lewis, George Lindsey, Roger Miller, Buck Owens, Ray Price, Jeannie C. Riley, Tex Ritter, Nancy Sinatra, Hank Thompson, Sheb Wooley, and Tammy Wynette; Hollywood tailor Nudie Cohn; and actor Andy Griffith. Station publications include about 150 issues of Stand By! from WLS in Chicago, Ill., from the 1930s and 1940s. There is also material relating to the Southern Baptists Radio-Television Commission.
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Folklife Collection.
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The collection consists of materials related to radio stations and television stations in the United States and Mexico, 1930-2005. Materials include program guides, radio playlists, station newsletters, promotional materials, newspaper and magazine articles, station-produced publications, correspondence, press releases, and about 56 press release photographs from KBBQ in Burbank, Calif. Some KBBQ photographs depict country music recording artists, including Lynn Anderson, Eddy Arnold, Glen Campbell, Jimmy Dean, Merle Haggard, Lee Hazlewood, Ferlin Husky, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Lee Lewis, George Lindsey, Roger Miller, Buck Owens, Ray Price, Jeannie C. Riley, Tex Ritter, Nancy Sinatra, Hank Thompson, Sheb Wooley, Tammy Wynette; Hollywood tailor Nudie Cohn; and actor Andy Griffith. Station publications include about 150 issues of Stand By! from WLS in Chicago, Ill., from the 1930s and 1940s. There is also material relating to the Southern Baptists Radio-Television Commission.

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Contents list

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About 1900 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by station call letters.

Folder 1

ABC TV and Radio.

1992-1993 and undated. Photocopied articles.

Folder 2

AFRTS. Los Angeles, Calif.

1973-1975. American Forces Radio and Television Service. Program and station information.

Folder 3

BBC.

1970-1971. Photocopied newspaper articles, and weekly newspaper column "This Week's Sounds."

Folder 4

CBS TV and Radio.

1952, 1992-1993 and undated. Photocopied pages from 1952 Scrapbook of Hillbilly and Western Stars, magazine articles, and album liner notes.

Folder 5

KAOS. Olympia, Wash.

1976. Playlist for The Evergreen State College radio station KAOS.

Folder 6

KAXE. Grand Rapids, Minn.

1981. Newsletters and playlists.

Folder 7

KAZU. Pacific Grove, Calif.

1980-1984. Newsletters, playlists, and station guides.

Folder 8-16

Folder 8

Folder 9

Folder 10

Folder 11

Folder 12

Folder 13

Folder 14

Folder 15

Folder 16

KBBQ. Burbank, Calif.

1967-1970 and undated. Newsletters; jingles; program policies; three issues of KBBQ newspaper The World of Folk and Country; press releases, including press release photographs; press clippings; and papers of Program Director Bill Ward, including files, letters, notes, and internal memos. Press release photos depict KBBQ disc jockeys Bob Jackson, Corky Mayberry, Harry Newman, Larry Scott, and Pat Shields; renowned tailor Nudie Cohn; television stars Andy Griffith and George "Goober" Lindsey; and musicians including Lynn Anderson, Eddy Arnold, Glen Campbell, Jimmy Dean, Merle Haggard, Lee Hazlewood, Ferlin Husky, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roger Miller, Buck Owens, Ray Price, Jeannie C. Riley, Tex Ritter, Nancy Sinatra, Hank Thompson, Sheb Wooley, Tammy Wynette, and others.

KBBQ Press release photographs, 1967-1968.

P-3901: Jack Whitney and Jeannie C. Riley with KBBQ disc jockeys, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3901

Standing from left to right: KBBQ disc jockeys Harry Newman and Bob Jackson, Burbank mayor Jack Whitney, KBBQ disc jockey Corky Mayberry, musician Jeannie C. Riley, and KBBQ disc jockeys Larry Scott and Pat Shields.

P-3902: George Lindsey, Don Grierson, and WBBQ employees at KBBQ, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3902

Standing from left to right: KBBQ music director Larry Scott, Don Grierson of Capitol Records, musician and actor George "Goober" Lindsey, and KBBQ disc jockeys Bob Jackson and Hugh Jarrett. All are wearing matching hats, and Lindsey is holding a copy of his album Goober Sings.

P-3903: Jeannie C. Riley and Bob Jackson at KBBQ, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3903

Musician Jeannie C. Riley, and disc jockey Bob Jackson. Both are standing outdoors in front of a KBBQ sign.

P-3904: Robert B. McWhirter with Beverly Banks and George Banks, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3904

Standing from left to right: KBBQ President Robert McWhirter, and KBBQ contest winners Beverly Banks and her son George Banks. All three are holding a check.

P-3905: Robert B. McWhirter, Beverly Banks, George Banks, and unidentified man, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3905

Standing from left to right: KBBQ President Robert McWhirter, KBBQ contest winners Beverly Banks and George Banks, and unidentified man.

P-3906: Roger Miller, Larry Scott, and Sheb Wooley, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3906

Standing from left to right: Musician Roger Miller, KBBQ Music Director Larry Scott, and musician Sheb Wooley at the Second Annual Sheb Wooley Boy's Club Benefit outdoors at a state park near Ventura, Calif.

P-3907: Jeannie C. Riley with KBBQ disc jockeys, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3907

Pictured from left to right: Corky Mayberry, Larry Scott, Jeannie C. Riley, Harry Newman, Pat Shields, and Bob Jackson. All are on the steps of Burbank High School.

P-3908: Ken Curtis and Hugh Jarrett, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3908

KBBQ disc jockey Hugh Jarrett and musician Ken Curtis, standing at the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif. Hugh Jarrett holds a copy of Ken Curtis' album Gunsmoke's Festus Haggen Calls Out Ken Curtis.

P-3909: Jerry Lee Lewis, Bob Jackson, Larry Scott, and Jimmy Bryant, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3909

Pictured from left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson, musicians Jimmy Bryant and Jerry Lee Lewis, and KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott.

P-3910: Hugh Jarrett, Ray Price, Tex Williams, and Nudie Cohn, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3910

Standing from left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Hugh Jarrett, musicians Ray Price and Tex Williams, and tailor Nudie Cohn. The four are backstage at the KBBQ First Anniversary Show.

P-3911: George Lindsey, Andy Griffith, Merle Haggard, and unidentified man (Sopwith), 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3911

Standing from left to right: actor and musician George "Goober" Lindsey, actor Andy Griffith, musician Merle Haggard, and a Mr. Sopwith. The four are backstage at the "KBBQ Fly-in" in Los Angeles, Calif. Lindsey, Griffith, and Sopwith are wearing leather aviator caps, and Haggard is holding a guitar.

P-3912: Mrs. Ferlin Husky, Hugh Jarrett, Ferlin Husky, and Jerry Wallace, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3912

Standing from left to right: Mrs. Ferlin Husky, KBBQ disc jockey Hugh Jarrett, and musicians Ferlin Husky and Jerry Wallace. All are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3913: Harry Newman, Bill Anderson, Eddie Briggs, Larry Scott, Corky Mayberry, Bob Jackson, and Don Reardon, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3913

Sitting from left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Harry Newman, musician Bill Anderson, KBBQ disc jockey Eddie Briggs, KBBQ disc jockeys Larry Scott, Corky Mayberry, and Bob Jackson, and Decca Records promotion man Don Reardon. All are sitting at an outdoor banquet table.

P-3914: Hugh Jarrett, Andy Griffith, Corky Mayberry, and Jimmy Wakely, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3914

Standing from left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Hugh Jarrett, actor Andy Griffith, KBBQ disc jockey Corky Mayberry, and musician Jimmy Wakely. All are standing backstage at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Calif. An unidentified man is entering through a door in the background.

P-3915: Jimmy Wakely, Charlie Adams, Jerry Wallace, Freddie Hart, and Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3915

Standing left to right: musicians Jimmy Wakely, Charlie Adams, Jerry Wallace, and Freddie Hart. Seated in front of a microphone in the foreground is KBBQ music director Larry Scott.

P-3916: Buck Owens with Harry Newman and Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3916

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Harry Newman, musician Buck Owens, and KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott. All three are standing in front of a KBBQ sign at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Calif. Buck Owens holds a baseball glove signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

P-3917: Bob Russell, Hugh Jarrett, and Roger Miller, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3917

Standing left to right: songwriter Bob Russell, KBBQ disc jockey Hugh Jarrett, and musician Roger Miller. According to the press release, the three are standing in the celebrity room of the Palomino Club in North Hollywood, Calif.

P-3918: George "Goober" Lindsey with Eddie Briggs and Bob Jackson, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3918

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Eddie Briggs, actor and musician George "Goober" Lindsey, and KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson.

P-3919: Tex Ritter, Larry Scott, and Johnny Bond, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3919

Standing left to right: musician Tex Ritter, KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, and musician Johnny Bond. The three are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3920: Eddie Briggs, Jesse Unruh, and Joey Bishop, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3920

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Eddie Briggs, California State Assembly Speaker Jesse Unruh, and actor Joey Bishop. The three are backstage at the Third Annual Awards Show of the Academy of Country and Western Music in Hollywood, Calif. Briggs is holding a microphone in front of Unruh, and Bishop is holding an award.

P-3921: Tammy Wynette with Larry Scott and Corky Mayberry, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3921

Standing left to right: KBBQ Music Director Larry Scott, musician Tammy Wynette, and KBBQ disc jockey Corky Mayberry. Wynette is holding a KBBQ Country Music Award.

P-3922: David Houston, Larry Scott, and George Lindsey, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3922

Standing left to right: KBBQ Music Director Larry Scott, musician David Houston, and musician and actor George "Goober" Lindsey. Lindsey is playing a guitar.

P-3923: Larry Scott, Margaret Whiting, and Jimmy Wakely, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3923

Standing left to right: KBBQ Music Director Larry Scott, and musicians Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely.

P-3924: Jack Greene, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3924

Musician Jack Greene standing in front of the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif. A sign in the background reads, "Celebrating Jack Greene Day on KBBQ."

P-3925: Harry Newman, Bob Jackson, Jack Greene, Pat Shields, Larry Scott, and Bill Ward, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3925

Sitting left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Harry Newman, KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson, musician Jack Greene, Pamper Music representative Pat Shields, KBBQ Music Director Larry Scott, and KBBQ Program Director Bill Ward. All are sitting at an outdoor luncheon table.

P-3926: Jack Greene with Hugh Jarrett, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3926

Pictured left to right: Musician Jack Greene, and KBBQ disc jockey Hugh Jarrett. The two are in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3927: Larry Scott, Johnny Tillotson, and Hugh Jarrett, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3927

Sitting left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, musician Johnny Tillotson, and KBBQ disc jockey Hugh Jarrett. Scott and Tillotson are sitting at a table with microphones, and Jarrett is pointing to a Johnny Tillotson album on the table.

P-3928: Merle Haggard with Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3928

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, and musician Merle Haggard. The two are standing in the Capitol recording studios in Hollywood, Calif, and both are holding a KBBQ award that names Merle Haggard the "Top Male Vocalist of 1967."

P-3929: Eddie Briggs and Leon Ashley, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3929

Sitting left to right: musician Leon Ashley, and KBBQ disc jockey Eddie Briggs. The two are backstage at a KBBQ country music show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Calif. Briggs is holding a microphone.

P-3930: Bob Jackson, Bobby Lewis, and Pat Shields, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3930

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson, musician Bobby Lewis, and Pamper Music representative Pat Shields. The three are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3931: Waylon Jennings with Ron Perranoski and Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3931

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, musician Waylon Jennings, and former Los Angeles Dodgers baseball player Ron Perranoski. The three are standing backstage at the KBBQ Country Music show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Calif.

P-3932: Hinson Cargill with Larry Scott and Harry Newman, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3932

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, musician Hinson Cargill, and KBBQ disc jockey Harry Newman. The three are standing backstage at the KBBQ-KFOX Country Music Show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Calif.

P-3933: Jimmy Dean with Bob Jackson, Harry Newman, and Corky Mayberry, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3933

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockeys Bob Jackson and Harry Newman, musician Jimmy Dean, and KBBQ disc jockey Corky Mayberry. Dean is holding a finger in the ears of Newman and Mayberry.

P-3934: Hank Thompson with Harry Newman, Bob Jackson, Corky Mayberry, and Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3934

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockeys Harry Newman and Bob Jackson, musician Hank Thompson, and KBBQ disc jockeys Corky Mayberry and Larry Scott. The men are standing in the celebrity room at the Palomino Club in North Hollywood, Calif.

P-3935: Bob Jackson, Randy Boone, and Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3935

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson, actor Randy Boone, and KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott.

P-3936: Larry Scott, Joe Maphis, and Rose Maphis, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3936

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, and musicians Joe Maphis and Rose Maphis. The three are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3937: Bob Jackson, Lynn Anderson, Casey Anderson, Liz Anderson, and Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3937

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey, musician Lynn Anderson, Lynn Anderson's father Casey Anderson, Lynn Anderson's mother Liz Anderson, and KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott. All are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3938: Sammy Jackson, Jimmy Bryant, Larry Scott, and Bob Jackson, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3938

Standing left to right: actor and KBBQ disc jockey Sammy Jackson, musician Jimmy Bryant, and KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott. Sitting in foreground: KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson. The four are in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3939: Robert B. McWhirter, Bill Wallace, and Dick Schofield, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3939

Standing left to right: KBBQ President and General Manager Robert B. McWhirter; Adam Young Inc. Vice President Bill Wallace, and KFOX Vice President and General Manager Dick Schofield. Wallace is attempting to pick a combination lock on a safe; McWhirter and Schofield are leaning in with hands cupped to their ears.

P-3940: Jim O'Brien, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3940

Headshot of KBBQ disc jockey Jim O'Brien.

P-3941: Bill Williams and Lynn Anderson, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3941

Pictured left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Bill Williams, and musician Lynn Anderson. The two are outdoors, and Anderson is sitting on a motorcycle.

P-3942: Allen King, Bob Jackson, Harry Newman, Nancy Sinatra, Lee Hazlewood, Bill Williams, and Larry Scott, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3942

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockeys Allen King, Bob Jackson, and Harry Newman, musicians Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood, KBBQ disc jockey Bill Williams, and KBBQ Music Director Larry Scott. All are standing in Hazlewood's office in Hollywood, Calif.

P-3943: Robert B. McWhirter, Mrs. Wayne A. Bowman, and Mr. Wayne A. Bowman, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3943

Standing left to right: KBBQ President and General Manager Robert B. McWhirter, Mrs. Wayne A. Bowman, and Mr. Wayne A. Bowman. McWhirter is holding a folded American flag, and Mrs. Bowman is holding a framed photograph of her son, Marine PFC Blaine A. Bowman, who is being honored by KBBQ as "Our Man in Vietnam."

P-3944: Eddie Briggs and Buck Owens, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3944

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Eddie Briggs, and musician Buck Owens. The two are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif., and Briggs is wearing headphones.

P-3945: Buck Owens fans, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3945

About 40 Buck Owens fans lined up outside the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3946: Larry Scott with Sheb Wooley, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3946

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, and musician Sheb Wooley. The two are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3947: Larry Scott, Harry Newman, Jim O'Brien, Bill Williams, and Bob Jackson, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3947

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockeys Larry Scott, Harry Newman, Jim O'Brien, Bill Williams, and Bob Jackson. The five are at the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif. On a table in the foreground is a birthday cake in the shape of the Capitol Records Tower building in Hollywood, Calif., in honor of musician Buck Owens.

P-3948: Harry Newman, Allen King, Winnefred Torres, Glen Campbell, and Carvel Brown, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3948

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockeys Harry Newman and Allen King, KBBQ "Night at the Bowl" contest winner Winnefred Torres, musician Glen Campbell, and KBBQ "Night at the Bowl" contest winner Carvel Brown. The five are standing backstage at the Capitol Records Hollywood Bowl show.

P-3949: Eddy Arnold with Allen King, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3949

Standing left to right: musician Eddy Arnold, and KBBQ disc jockey Allen King. The two are pictured at Los Angeles International Airport.

P-3950: Larry Scott, Roger Miller, Bob Jackson, and Allen King, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3950

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, musician Roger Miller, and KBBQ disc jockeys Bob Jackson and Allen King. According to the press release, the four are at a screening of the Paramount movie Waterhole #3.

P-3951: Larry Scott, Buck Owens, Phil Regen, Jim Brewer, and Tom Brumley, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3951

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, musician Buck Owens, Los Angeles Dodgers baseball players Phil Regen and Jim Brewer, and musician Tom Brumley. All are standing backstage at the KBBQ Buck Owens Show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Calif.

P-3952: Larry Scott, George Lindsey, and Bob Jackson, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3952

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, actor and musician George Lindsey, and KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson. The three are standing in the KBBQ studios under a sign that reads "Modern country music, KBBQ The Valley, Radio 1500, 24-Hours." Lindsey is holding a microphone.

P-3953: Bob Jackson, Molly Bee, Buck Owens, and Allen King, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3953

Standing left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Bob Jackson, musicians Molly Bee and Buck Owens, and KBBQ disc jockey Allen King. The four are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3954: Larry Scott and Glen Campbell, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3954

Standing left to right: KBBQ music director Larry Scott, and musician Glen Campbell. The two are standing in the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.; Scott is holding a copy of Campbell's album Gentle on My Mind.

P-3955: Larry Scott and Bonnie Guitar, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 10x8. #30015, Series , P-3955

Sitting left to right: KBBQ disc jockey Larry Scott, and musician Bonnie Guitar. The two are pictured in front of microphones at the KBBQ studios in Burbank, Calif.

P-3956: Bill Wardlaw headshot, 1967 or 1968, b&w print, roughly 8x10. #30015, Series , P-3956

Head shot of KBBQ Program Director Bill Wardlaw.

Folder 17

KBER. San Antonio, Tex.

1965 and undated. Press releases, and station magazine The Wide Country News & Views.

Folder 18

KBSB-FM; KDRS-CC-CAFM. Bemidji, Minn.

1979. Playlists.

Folder 19

KCAW. Sitka, Alaska.

1981-1984. Newsletters, playlists, and station information.

Folder 20

KCBX. San Luis Obispo, Calif.

1978. Program guide for NPR station KCBX.

Folder 21

KCOP. Los Angeles, Calif.

1963. Photocopied magazine article from Country Music Report.

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Folder 24

Folder 25

Folder 26

KCZT.

1966-1975 and undated. 19 issues of Kountry Sounding Board, a hand-made publication produced by KZCT tape and fan club.

Folder 27

KDKA. Pittsburgh, Penn.

1954, 1991-1992. Photocopied articles from Pickin' & Singin' News and The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music.

Folder 28

KDNK. Carbondale, Colo.

1983-1984. Playlists and station newsletter.

Folder 29

KDYL. Salt Lake City, Utah.

1931. Program guides.

Folder 30

KERB. Kermit, Tex.

1991. Photocopied article from The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music.

Folder 31

KERO. Bakersfield, Calif.

1963. Photocopied articles from Country Music Report.

Folder 32

KESP. Eureka Springs, Ark.

1980. Correspondence between KESP general manager and John Edwards Memorial Fund.

Folder 33

KET. Lexington, Ky.

Undated. Press releases.

Folder 34

KFAI. Minneapolis, Minn.

1981. Playlist and letter to record companies.

Folder 35

KFBI. Abilene, Kan.

Undated. Photocopied cover of KFBI song folio.

Folder 36

KFDI. Wichita, Kan.

1973. Station information pamphlet.

Folder 37

KFEQ, "Pony Express Roundup."

1940. Postcard calendar with photograph of KFEQ "Pony Express Roundup" crew.

Folder 38

KFOX. Long Beach, Calif.

1963-1965, 1993, and undated. Promotional flyer and booklets, and photocopied magazine articles from Country Music Report and The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music.

Folder 39

KFWB. Los Angeles, Calif.

1983 and undated. Photocopied album covers.

Folder 40

KGB. San Diego, Calif.

Undated. Promotional flyers for radio shows.

Folder 41

KGBS. Los Angeles, Calif.

1965-1975 and undated. Country Music Souvenir Photo Album, six issues of station magazine KGBS Country, station playlist, photocopied newspaper articles, and photocopied Country Music article.

Folder 42

KGKO. Fort Worth, Tex.

1993. Photocopied article from The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music.

Folder 43

KIEV. Glendale, Calif.

1963 and undated. Photocopied newspaper article, and photocopied article from Country Music Report.

Folder 44

K-KUP. Cupertino, Calif.

1979-1981 and undated. Playlists and newsletters.

Folder 45

KLAC. Los Angeles, Calif.

1976-1979 and undated. Playlists and promotional magazine.

Folder 46

KMMJ. Clay Center, Neb.

1937 and undated. Photocopied newspaper articles from The Clay Center Sun.

Folder 47

KMOX. Saint Louis, Mo.

1978, 1993, and undated. Photocopied album covers, and photocopied articles from Old Time Country and U.S. News & World Report.

Folder 48

KNIX. Phoenix, Ariz.

1989. November 1989 issue of KNIX monthly news publication Country Spirit.

Folder 49

KOPN. Columbia, Mo.

1975-1979 and undated. Newsletters, playlists, and program guides.

Folder 50

KOTO. Telluride, Colo.

1976-1984 and undated. Newsletters, playlists, and promotional pamphlet for Telluride 8th Annual Bluegrass & Country Music Festival.

Folder 51

KPCS. Pasadena City College, Pasadena, Calif.

1975 and undated. Promotional flyer for radio show, and program guide.

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Folder 52

Folder 53

KPFK. Los Angeles, Calif.

1961-1965 and undated. Program folios, and promotional flyers for radio shows.

Folder 54

KPFT. Houston, Tex.

Undated. Promotional material for radio show "The Bluegrass Express."

Folder 55

KPMC. California.

1965-1968. Photocopied article from The Bakersfield Californian, and script.

Folder 56

KRLA. Pasadena, Calif.

1966-1969 and undated. Station guide, correspondence, and about 75 issues of KRLA newsletter KRLA Beat.

Folder 57

KRLD, "Big 'D' Jamboree."

1942-1954, 1991, and undated. "Big 'D' Jamboree" picture album, KRLD station information, and photocopied articles from Pathfinder, Pickin' & Singin' News, and The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music.

Folder 58

KSCU. Santa Clara, Calif.

1986 and undated. Playlists.

Folder 59

KSJO. San Jose, Calif.

1967 and undated. Disc jockey fact sheet, and information about "The C & W Music Promoters' Organization."

Folder 60

KTLA. Los Angeles, Calif.

1974. Photocopied article from Country Music about television station KTLA.

Folder 61

KUMR. Rolla, Mo.

1978. Playlist.

Folder 62-63

Folder 62

Folder 63

KUSP. Santa Cruz, Calif.

1981-1993. Playlists, station newsletters, station guide, and promotional information for music festival.

Folder 64

KUZZ. Bakersfield, Calif.

1963. Photocopied article from Country Music Report.

Folder 65

KVNF. Paonia, Colo.

1980-1982 and undated. Station guide, playlists, and correspondence.

Folder 66

KWKH, "Louisiana Hayride." Shreveport, La.

1949-1974 and undated. Press releases, and photocopied articles from Scrapbook of Hillbilly and Western Stars, National Jamboree, Pickin' and Singin' News, Cowboy Songs, Country Music, and Old Time Country.

Folder 67

KWTO. Springfield, Mo.

Circa 1943. Station newsletters.

Folder 68

NBC Radio and television.

1992-1993 and undated. Photocopied articles from Music City News, Old Time Country, and Country Music; photocopied album covers; and advertisement for "The 28th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards."

Folder 69

NPR.

1974 and 2003. Promotional program information, and information about the "1974 Folk Festival USA."

Folder 70

NPR, "Down Home Dairyland."

1992 and undated. Program information.

Folder 71-72

Folder 71

Folder 72

NPR, "Folk Masters." The Barns of Wolf Trap, Vienna, Virgina.

1990-1996. Promotional materials for NPR program "Folk Masters."

Folder 73

NPR, "Lost and Found Sound."

2000-2003. Promotional materials for NPR program "Lost and Found Sound."

Folder 74

NPR, "Masters of Traditional Music."

1992. Promotional pamphlet for NPR radio series "Masters of Traditional Music."

Folder 75

NPR, "Mountain Stage."

1997. Photocopied newspaper article about NPR program "Mountain Stage."

Folder 76

PBS, "American Patchwork."

1990. Promotional material and magazine article about PBS series "American Patchwork."

Folder 77

PBS, "Austin City Limits."

Undated. Press releases for PBS program "Austin City Limits."

Folder 78

PBS. "Southbound."

1981. Press release for PBS documentary series "Southbound."

Folder 79

PRI. "American Routes."

1998-2005 and undated. Press release, promotional materials, and photocopied newspaper articles about PRI program "American Routes."

Folder 80

PRI. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?"

Undated. Promotional pamphlet for PRI program "Will the Circle be Unbroken?"

Folder 81

Radio, miscellaneous.

1966-1993 and undated. Photocopied newspaper and magazine articles about radio, 1975 country music radio station list, and promotional materials from the Record Industry Association of America.

Folder 82

Southern Baptists Radio-Television Commission / "Country Crossroads."

Undated. Radio station guide published by the Southern Baptists' Radio-Television Commission, and information about radio program "Country Crossroads."

Folder 83

Ted Randal Enterprises Programming Book.

Undated. 33-page programming guide created by radio station consulting firm Ted Randal Enterprises.

Folder 84

WAMU. American University, Washington, D.C.

2001-2002. Station newsletters and program schedules.

Folder 85

WBAA. Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind.

1966. Program schedule, and script for program created by the Purdue Folk Song Club.

Folder 86

WBAI. New York, N.Y.

1981. Station information.

Folder 87

WBAP. Dallas, Tex.

1977, 1991, and undated. Photocopied articles from magazines including Country Music and The Journal of the American Academcy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music.

Folder 88

WBFO. Buffalo, N.Y.

1973-1975 and undated. Program guide, program promotional materials, station correspondence, and photocopied articles.

Folder 89

WBIC. Indianapolis, Ind.

1992-1993. Photocopied articles from Old Time Country.

Folder 90

WBMD. Baltimore, Md.

1965. Station newsletters.

Folder 91

WBRS. Waltham, Mass.

1978. Station newsletter and playlists.

Folder 92

WCMS. Norfolk, Va.

1965-1967. Two issues of station publication WCMS Digest.

Folder 93

WCOP. Boston, Mass.

1952. Photocopied pages from Scrapbook of Hillbilly and Western Stars.

Folder 94

WCNY. Liverpool, N.Y., and Syracuse, N.Y.

1973-1980 and undated. Photocopied newspaper article, press releases, station event flyers, and newsletters.

Folder 95

WCTX. Hershey, Penn.

1970, 1993-1997 and undated. Correspondence between disc jockey JoAnne Thomas, station president Hugh J. Clifton, and listener Don Brown; photocopied pages from Country Music Scrapbook; photocopied issue of "Doc Williams Country Newsletter," autographed by Doc Williams; and invitations to "Country Music Jamboree."

Folder 96

WDBS. Durham, N.C.

Undated. Program / station guide.

Folder 97

WDON. Wheaton, Md.

1965. Press release.

Folder 98

WEFT. Champaign, Ill.

1981-1986 and undated. Program guide The Wireless, newsletters, board of directors elections information, concert flyers, informational packet describing the station's origins and operations, letters to station members.

Folder 99

WENO. Nashville, Tenn.

1968. Billboard article.

Folder 100

WEVL. Memphis, Tenn.

1976-1985 and undated. Program guides / newsletters.

Folder 101

WEXL. Detroit, Mich.

1965-1969. Press releases, program guide, and playlist.

Folder 102

WFAA. Dallas, Tex.

1968-1969. Articles (in manuscript form) about WFAA.

Folder 103

WFAE. Charlotte, N.C.

1985. Station guide.

Folder 104

WFMD. Frederick, Md.

1993. Article from Frederick magazine.

Folder 105

WGBH. Boston, Mass.

1978. Photocopied newspaper article from The Boston Globe.

Folder 106

WGN / "National Barn Dance."

1965. Press releases, and photocopied pages from 1965 Country and Western Scrapbook.

Folder 107

WGNU. Saint Louis, Ill.

1967. Playlist.

Folder 108

WGUS. Augusta, Ga.

1968. October 1968 issue of WGUS Country magazine.

Folder 109

WHAS. Louisville, Ky.

1992 and undated. Informational pamphlet, and photocopied articles from The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music, and Old-Time Country.

Folder 110

WHKY. Hickory, N.C.

Photocopies of autographed photographs of musicians from 1943.

Folder 111

WHO. Des Moines, Iowa.

Circa 1965. Press release.

Folder 112

WHOW. Clinton, Ill.

1974. Letter from station president J. R. Livesay, and photocopied promotional booklet about WHOW.

Folder 113

WIS. Columbia, S.C.

1990-1993. Photocopied articles from Old Time Country.

Folder 114

WJJD. Aurora, Ill.

1938. Photocopied playlist.

Folder 115

WJQS. Jackson, Miss.

1968. Two issues of WJQS magazine Giant Glimpses.

Folder 116

WJZ.

1935. Script for radio program "Death Valley Days."

Folder 117

WKCO. Gambier, Ohio.

1978. Playlists.

Folder 118

WKTU. New York, N.Y.

1978. Magazine article about "WKTU, Disco 92."

Folder 119

WKZO. Kalamazoo, Mich.

1965. Photocopied pages from 1965 Country and Western Scrapbook.

Folder 120

WLBK.

1958-1959. Staff memo about programming policy and results of a listener survey.

Folder 121

WLCL. Lake County, Ind.

Undated. Promotional flyer for "Harry Glenn Show."

Folder 122-148

Folder 122

Folder 123

Folder 124

Folder 125

Folder 126

Folder 127

Folder 128

Folder 129

Folder 130

Folder 131

Folder 132

Folder 133

Folder 134

Folder 135

Folder 136

Folder 137

Folder 138

Folder 139

Folder 140

Folder 141

Folder 142

Folder 143

Folder 144

Folder 145

Folder 146

Folder 147

Folder 148

WLS Family Album. Chicago, Ill.

1930-1957. 29 issues of WLS Family Album,a yearly illustrated publication describing WLS staff, programs, operations, and performers.

Folder 149-151

Folder 149

Folder 150

Folder 151

WLS, "National Barn Dance." Chicago, Ill.

1936-1993 and undated. Letters, WLS station fact sheet, radio program script, promotional materials, WLS autograph books, "National Barn Dance" program, typed essays, typed timeline of "National Barn Dance" dates, photocopied newspaper and magazine articles about WLS and "National Barn Dance," and related materials.

Folder 152-166

Folder 152

Folder 153

Folder 154

Folder 155

Folder 156

Folder 157

Folder 158

Folder 159

Folder 160

Folder 161

Folder 162

Folder 163

Folder 164

Folder 165

Folder 166

WLS, Stand By! Prairie Farmer's Radio Weekly. Chicago, Ill.

1935-1949. About 150 issues of Standy By!, a weekly illustrated publication containing radio program schedules, articles, and community information.

Folder 167

WLS Weekly. Chicago, Ill.

1935. Six issues of WLS Weekly, a weekly illustrated publication containing radio program schedules, station information, articles, and community information.

Folder 168

WLW. Cincinnati, Ohio.

1942-1943, 1991-1992, and undated. Program guide, newsletter, promotional materials, program script, photocopied album liner notes, photocopied articles from The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music and Old Time Country, and photocopied pages from 1952 Scrapbook of Hillbilly and Western Stars.

Folder 169

WMAQ. Chicago, Ill.

1975. Photocopied articles from Country Music.

Folder 170

WMMN. W.Va.

1941. One issue of WMMN Family Album, a yearly publication describing the station's staff, programs, operations, and facilities, and performers heard on the station.

Folder 171

WMNF. Tampa, Fla.

1980-1981. Newsletters, program guides, and playlists.

Folder 172

WNAX. Yankton, S.D.

1945-1946, and undated. Photocopied program schedules; letters from Dick Hill of "The Friends of the John Edwards Memorial Foundation;" and 1946 issue of WNAX 1946 Album, describing programs, staff, events, and musicians heard on WNAX.

Folder 173

WNOX. Knoxville, Tenn.

1992. Photocopied article from Old Time Country, and photocopied pages from 1952 Scrapbook of Hillbilly and Western Stars.

Folder 174

WOR. New York, N.Y.

Undated. Press release.

Folder 175

WOUB. Athens, Ohio.

1975 and undated. Playlists and newsletters.

Folder 176

WPAQ. Mount Airy, N.C.

1987. Photocopied article from Bluegrass Unlimited.

Folder 177

WPEN. Philadelphia, Penn.

Undated. Photocopied advertisement.

Folder 178

WPFW. Washington, D.C.

1992. Photocopied article from The New York Times.

Folder 179

WPLO. Atlanta, Ga.

1968-1973. Playlists and promotional material.

Folder 180

WPVG. Funkstown, Md.

1994. One issue of WPVG newsletter The Country Connection, photocopied pages from 1965 Country and Western Scrapbook, and notes.

Folder 181

WRRN. Warren, Penn.

1965. Press release.

Folder 182

WRVA, "Old Dominion Barn Dance." Richmond, Va.

1952-1963, 1992, and undated. Photocopied magazine articles, and photocopied pages from 1952 Scrapbook of Hillbilly and Western Stars.

Folder 183

WRFG. Atlanta, Ga.

1989. Station guide.

Folder 184

WSB. Atlanta, Ga.

1964-1978, 1991-1992. Letters, photocopied album liner notes, and photocopied newspaper and magazine articles.

Folder 185

WSLR. Cleveland, Ohio.

1966. Photocopied article from Billboard.

Folder 186-187

Folder 186

Folder 187

WSM. Nashville, Tenn.

1952-1977, 1991-1993, and undated. Press releases, letters, photocopied magazine and newspaper articles, and related materials. Some materials relate to the Grand Ole Opry.

Folder 188

WTJH. Atlanta, Ga.

1969. Playlists.

Folder 189

WTRI. Brunswick, Md.

1993. Photocopied article from The Herald-Mail.

Folder 190

WTWC. Champaign, Ill.

1973-1974. Program guides and newsletters.

Folder 191

WVMR. Dunmore, W.Va.

1981. News release.

Folder 192

WUSM. North Dartmouth, Mass.

Undated. Promotional material.

Folder 193

WWL. New Orleans, La.

1977. Photocopied article from Country Music.

Folder 194-195

Folder 194

Folder 195

WWVA. Wheeling, W.Va.

1933-1974, and undated. Station publications, promotional materials, newsletters, radio program information, magazine articles, letters, news releases, and related materials.

Folder 196-197

Folder 196

Folder 197

WWVA Family Album. Wheeling, W.Va.

1936 and 1946. Tenth anniversary issue and twentieth anniversary issue of WWVA Family Album, an illustrated publication describing WWVA's staff, operations, facilities, programs, and performers.

Folder 199

WWVA 1936 Wheeling Flood Souvenir. Wheeling, W.Va.

Late 1930s. Illustrated publication describing Wheeling's 1936 flood and the response of WWVA's staff.

WYEP. Pittsburgh, Penn.

1978. Station newsletter and program schedule.

Folder 200

WYL. Boston, Mass.

1965 and undated. Photocopied letters, photocopied typed document describing station operations, station newsletter, and playlist.

Folder 201

WYSO. Yellow Springs, Ohio.

1980-1985. Playlists, newsletters, and program guides.

Folder 202

WYZE. Atlanta, Ga.

1974. Pages from WYZE Old Bird, a publication of WYZE.

Folder 203

XER, XERA, XERF. Del Rio, Tex.

1934, 1973, and 1992. Photocopied newspaper and magazine articles.

Folder 204

XERB. Rosarita Beach, Baja, Mexico.

1963. Photocopied article from Country Music Report.

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