Broadcasting Archives at the University of Maryland, including the Library of American Broadcasting and the National Public Broadcasting Archives.

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Bizarre: Photo of a hand #puppet produced as a promotion for an Eddie Cantor TV show. #1950s #UMD

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1950s dancing cigarette pack. As one student said, "Wrong on so many levels, I don't know where to start!" #UMD

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The NPR wall calendar features original art each month by illustrators who are NPR fans. Available @ shop.npr.org.

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Some give Mary Hartline (of "Super Circus") the dubious honor of being TV's first "sex symbol." #archive #UMD

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In old-time radio, an ancient witch could be played by a 13-year-old kid like Miriam Wolfe. #archives #UMD

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Remember Hanna-Barbera 's "Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor" on CBS Saturday mornings?

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Wally Cox. In a box. (With Peter Lupus and Steven Hill, from "Mission Impossible.") Press photo. #archives #umd

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Actress Julie Harris in “Pygmailion” on NBC-TV’s “Hallmark Hall of Fame,” February 6, 1963. #archives #umd

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#WOMEN IN #RADIO: Sally Starr, singer and disc jockey, reading mail at WJMJ radio (Philadelphia), undated. #UMD

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#WOMEN IN #RADIO: May Klich, disc jockey, WRVA (Richmond, VA), undated. From the LAB collection.

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Today's the 80th anniversary of the radio program "Vox Pop," which premiered in 1935 & remained on air until 1948.

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#WOMEN IN #RADIO: Peggy Lloyd, disc jockey on WOV (New York), undated. From the Library of American Broadcasting.

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Radio aviation show, Andrews Air Force Base (MD). Arthur Godfrey is in front of the microphone. #WMAL #SpecCollUMD

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Old School! Martin Ross, disc jockey, WPTR (Schenectady, N.Y., undated).

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DJ Rex Dale interviews Gloria Swanson about “Sunset Boulevard” on WCKY in Cincinnati in the early 1950s.

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Remember when bananas were only a nickle? Me neither. But then I don't remember Rinso White either. #UMD

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NBC’s Studio 8-H in its radio heyday; since 1975, its been the home of NBC’s "Saturday Night Live." #UMD

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James Wallington with sound effects cabinet at WGY (Schenectady, NY), 1924. (#Library of #American #Broadcasting)

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Who says radio wasn't an interactive medium, back in the day? (I mean, WAAAAYY back in the day). #UMD

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Buddy Dean, WITH radio, Baltimore, best remembered as host of “The Buddy Deane Show,” on WJZ-TV (1957-1964). #UMD

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