Patricia Kurland collection of radio programs [sound recording],

Title
Patricia Kurland collection of radio programs [sound recording], 1961-1979.
Author
Kurland, Patricia.
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Description
  • 119 sound tape reels : analog.; 7 in.
  • analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track, mono. ;
  • analog, 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, mono. ;
  • analog, 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, stereo. ;
Uniform Title
  • Contact (Radio program)
  • Exchange (Radio program)
  • Human touch (Radio program)
  • Meliorist (Radio program)
  • Midnight kinship (Radio program)
  • Potpourri (Radio program)
  • Something special (Radio program)
  • Voices in the night (Radio program)
Subject
Source (note)
  • Kasserey, Victor
Biography (note)
  • Patricia Kurland was a published writer and associated with the Meliorists, an adjunct of the Foundation for Arts and Letters, as well as a radio personality.
Indexes/Finding Aids (note)
  • Finding aid available in repository: *L(Special)89-12.
Processing Action (note)
  • Accessioned
  • 5 3 in. reel and 3 7 in. reel duplicates deaccessioned
  • Cataloged
Call Number
*L (Special) 89-12
Author
Kurland, Patricia.
Title
Patricia Kurland collection of radio programs [sound recording], 1961-1979.
Summary
The collection consists of various radio series from the 1960's and 1970's in which host Patricia Kurland blends interviews, quotes from literature, comments on popular culture, and recorded music. It includes radio programs such as The Exchange, Potpourri, Something Special, and The Human Touch, all of which are dedicated to interviews with popular personalities. Two series, The Meliorist and Voices in the Night, consist of music and quotes from classic and popular literature.
Also included in the collection is a series of tapes recorded in 1970 at the Center for International Studies during the East West Trade Program.
Biography
Patricia Kurland was a published writer and associated with the Meliorists, an adjunct of the Foundation for Arts and Letters, as well as a radio personality. She originally moved into communications as the Woman's Director of WNBC, and from there to The Herald Tribune Radio Network in New York where she was an independent radio and television producer. She is a member of both AWRT (American Women in Radio and Television) and NATAS (The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences).
Indexes
Finding aid available in repository: *L(Special)89-12.
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Added Author
Angoff, Charles, 1902- Interviewee
Jackson, Mahalia, 1911-1972. Interviewee
Levitan, Ruth. Interviewee
Picon, Molly. Interviewee
Schneebaum, Tobias. Interviewee
Silverman, Al. Interviewee
Steloff, Frances. Interviewee
Thayer, Jane. Interviewee
Foundation for Arts and Letters.
Centrul de Studii Internaţionale (Bucharest, Romania)
Added Title
Contact (Radio program)
Exchange (Radio program)
Meliorist (Radio program)
Human touch (Radio program)
Midnight kinship (Radio program)
Potpourri (Radio program)
Something special (Radio program)
Voices in the night (Radio program)
Research Call Number
*L (Special) 89-12
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