Miscellaneous Radio Items
Row One (left to right)
- Gary Larson radio cartoon, ">> Aha! <<"
- SABA Meersburg in Reinhardt's shop window with Opel Rekord parked on street in Germany (circa 1953)
Row Two – (left to right)
- Virginia Moore - "You Can't Do Business With Hitler" (1942)
- Joan Alexander (April 16, 1915 - May 21, 2009) voice of Lois Lane
- American Forces Network interview (during WWII)
- Radio tracking in South Africa (2007)
- Grundig Reisesuper 1956 prospekt (catalog) – Reisesuper = "Super Travel." A cheerful and endearing catalog presenting the seven Swabians – the seven Grundig Boys (all seven Swabians had made up their minds to travel about the world to seek adventures and perform great deeds). Self-published Fürth / Bayern. Soft cover, format 30 x 21 cm (transverse), eight pages with colored illustrations. Featuring: Mickey Boy - Pushbutton Boy 56 - Transistor Boy L - Transistor Boy T - FM Boy 56/I - FM Boy 56/II - FM Concert-Boy 56.
- Grundig Reisesuper 1956 prospekt / Inside pages / version 1 (missing a page, but shows staples)
- Grundig Reisesuper 1956 prospekt / Inside pages / version 2 (larger images, with all pages)
- Bernardine Flynn (January 2, 1904 – March 20, 1977) American radio actress and announcer best known for playing the role of Sade Gook on the long-running comic radio serial Vic and Sade.
- Mercedes McCambridge (March 16, 1916 – March 2, 2004) American actress of radio, stage, film, and television.