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Columbia Broadcasting System
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. New York, NY
Location / Nationality:
Manuscript language material
CBS Inc (see also from)
American school of the air.
Amy the cat-sitter.
Analysis of Senator John W. Bricker's report entitled "The network monopoly", An
Annual report to the shareholders of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. for the fiscal year ended ...
Annual report to the stockholders for the fiscal year ended ...
Cat in the hat., The
CBS news special report.
CBS western logs
Close-up; a picture of men and methods that make CBS television.
Conversations with Walter Lippmann.
Crisis; a report from the Columbia broadcasting system.
Dr. Seuss on the loose
Face nation (Annu.)
Face the nation.
Foundations of democracy; a series of debates
Free Company presents ..., The : a collection of plays about the meaning of America
From Pearl Harbor into Tokyo; the story as told by war correspondents on the air. The documented broadcasts of the war in the Pacific, as they were transmitted by CBS throughout America and the world, are taken verbatim from the records of the Columbia Broadcasting System.
Gateways to music.
Green eggs and ham.
"His royal hi-de-highness"
Invitation to learning : English & American novels
Invitation to learning (Radio program)
Manfred F. DeMartino collection of CBS radio scripts
Meet your parent, adult, child.
Monkey see, monkey do: verbs.
Music of the Americas, love songs
Music of the White House
Network practices, memorandum supplementing statement of Frank Stanton, president, Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
New Year's program with Eileen Farrell
NFL-CBS football guide 1967.
Radio and television bibliography.
Radio in 1937; a book for executives who want to know the number and quality of families in the radio audience.
Reorganization of the federal judiciary
Ronald Reagan remembered : CBS news
sound of your life; a record of radio's first generation., The
Special supplement to Talks, a quarterly digest of addresses of diversified interest broadcast over the Columbia Network
Special Supreme Court edition covering broadcasts over the Columbia Network in February and March 1937
[Sunday concert of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York]
Talk to the animals.
Television, a discussion of far-reaching decisions, soon to be made, which will fundamentally affect the future of television; a disclosure of the basic postwar television problem; a challenge to American technical "know-how";
"We now take you to ... South America ... Great Britain ... Spain ... Italy [and] China.
Welcome home, Johnny Bristol.
What are letters for: initial consonants.
What are letters for: vowels.
What the new radio rules mean, to people who like good radio programs ... to all who believe in free radio, as against a government-dominated radio.
Why we need a new radio law;
wild, wild West., The
World words : recommended pronunciations