"One Man's Family" Memorabilia.

RADIO PROGRAMING HISTORY) Morse, Carlton.

Editorial: Standard Brands and Miles Laboratories. 1934-1952., 1934
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Four pieces of memorabilia from "One Man's Family," the radio soap opera created by Carlton E. Morse that ran from 1932 to 1959 on NBC. The program was initially a west coast offering but expanded coast to coast in 1933. The items are: 1) "'One Man's Family' History in Words and Pictures", a brochure (12 X 9 inches) that opens to a 22 x 18 inch sheet providing details of the characters and photos of the actors who portray them and also a broadcast photo from the NBC San Francisco studio; circa 1934. 2) "Scrap Book" by Jack Barbour, a twelve page booklet of clippings (10 x 8 inches) providing Barbour's "history" in word and picture; 1936. Laid in "letter" from Barbour plugging Tender Leaf Tea, the show's sponsor. 3) "Memory Book" by Fanny Barbour, 24 pp booklet (5.5 x 7.25 inches) in stiff board covers in which Fanny recounts "memories" of her children, etc., and in so doing creates a family history; 1940. 4) "This I Give.above all else a heritage of love," Father Barbour's "history," in 32 pp booklet format (12 x 8 inches) compiled from "Barbour Family Memorabilia" and "the deep places of his secret heart" and illustrated with numerous "family photographs" including a diagram with photos of every important room in the Barbour house (including the laundry room); 1952. All items in very good clean condition. A most interesting collection of memorabilia from the longest running dramatic serial in American radio history. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: "One Man's Family" Memorabilia.
Editorial: Standard Brands and Miles Laboratories. 1934-1952.
Año de publicación: 1934
Encuadernación: Wrappers

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RADIO PROGRAMING HISTORY) Morse, Carlton.
Editorial: Standard Brands and Miles Laboratories. 1934-1952. (1934)
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Descripción Standard Brands and Miles Laboratories. 1934-1952., 1934. Wrappers. Four pieces of memorabilia from "One Man's Family," the radio soap opera created by Carlton E. Morse that ran from 1932 to 1959 on NBC. The program was initially a west coast offering but expanded coast to coast in 1933. The items are: 1) "'One Man's Family' History in Words and Pictures", a brochure (12 X 9 inches) that opens to a 22 x 18 inch sheet providing details of the characters and photos of the actors who portray them and also a broadcast photo from the NBC San Francisco studio; circa 1934. 2) "Scrap Book" by Jack Barbour, a twelve page booklet of clippings (10 x 8 inches) providing Barbour's "history" in word and picture; 1936. Laid in "letter" from Barbour plugging Tender Leaf Tea, the show's sponsor. 3) "Memory Book" by Fanny Barbour, 24 pp booklet (5.5 x 7.25 inches) in stiff board covers in which Fanny recounts "memories" of her children, etc., and in so doing creates a family history; 1940. 4) "This I Give.above all else a heritage of love," Father Barbour's "history," in 32 pp booklet format (12 x 8 inches) compiled from "Barbour Family Memorabilia" and "the deep places of his secret heart" and illustrated with numerous "family photographs" including a diagram with photos of every important room in the Barbour house (including the laundry room); 1952. All items in very good clean condition. A most interesting collection of memorabilia from the longest running dramatic serial in American radio history. Nº de ref. de la librería 51136

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