Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Radio/Television Broadcasts

BROADCASTS INDEX

Alabama Washboard Sextet. 1/5/39
Alexander Sausage and His Pork Chops. 8/11/38
Alexander, James. 7/14/38
Ambassadors Four. 7/14/38
Anderson, Mamie. 8/25/38
Anderson, Marian. 4/23/43, 4/13/54, 4/20/52
Athen, Abdul. 3/24/35
Bahama Red's Calypso Rascals. 1/13/57
Balladiers. 11/4/56
Balladiers. 11/25/56 (complete)
Barnstorm Tramp Band. 8/17/39
Barrie, Clyde. 5/5/35
Basin Street Boys. 10/27/35
Berry, Doris. 2/27/54
Blackman, Paul. 5/15/52
Booker, Martha. 9/21/39
Brown, Marion. 3/9/39
Brown Sisters. 3/8/64
Brown, Anne Wiggins. 10/17/35, 9/8/37, 8/22/41, 2/7/43
Brown, Janice. 9/14/39
Byron, Thomas. 5/5/35
Chanticleer Quartet. 9/15/35
Chloesta Ferrell and Her Three Africans. 7/14/35
Church of God and Saints of Christ. 9/30/56 (Malindy Singers)
Corigan, Eleanor. 7/28/38
Crump, Pleasant. 8/4/38, 12/23/56
Dawson, William (Musician). 1/15/41
Delta Rhythm Boys. 11/9/52. (See also: Frederick Hall Quartet: 2/3/38)
DePaur, Leonard. 2/11/45
DePaur Chorus. 8/22/41, 11/21/41, 1/18/42
Dett, R. Nathaniel. 3/24/39, 11/10/40, 1960
Dixon, Dean. 8/22/41, 2/16/43
Dixieland Four. 8/31/39
Dobbs, Mattiwilda. 1/27/56, 1/9/81
Douglas High School Chorus (Baltimore, MD). 11/10/38
Duncan, Todd. 4/19/42, 10/17/35, 5/7/36, 9/8/37
Dynatones. 7/15/56
Edwards, Ben. 8/10/59
Esquires. 2/3/57
Ferrell, Chloesta and Her 3 Africans. 7/14/35
Five Bachelors. 8/17/39
Five Esquires. 8/10/39
Five Girlfriends. 9/16/56
Five Harmons. 12/1/35
Five Jets. 8/19/57
Five Thrills. 8/26/56
Four Kentuckians. 3/23/39
Four Owens Brothers. 3/31/35
Four Rhythm Singers. 1/19/39
Four Sambros. 10/20/35
Frank Sparrow a/nd the Singing Sparrows. 9/29/35
Frederick Hall Quartet. 2/3/38. (Delta Rhythm Boys: 11/9/52)
Frying Pan Stompers. 4/6/39
Garmon Choral Ensemble. 1/6/57
Golden Crown Quartet. 8/25/38
Greer, Cordelia. 5/24/70
Harris, Lee. 9/7/39
Harrison, Hazel. 3/15/42
Haley, Marshall. 8/4/35
Hall, Ethel. 11/4/37
Hamilton, Bob. 5/29/54
Hampton, Lionel. May 2, 1954
Hampton Institute Junior Quartet. 7/12/36
Handy, William C. 9/21/41, 12/18/49, 10/27/57
Harlem Roustabouts. 9/21/39
Harmonettes. 1/19/39
Hartford Male Swing String Quintet. 3/1/36
Hayes, Walter. 8/17/39
Heralders. 12/7/56
Hinderas, Natalie. 4/19/59
Holmes, Eugene. 3/8/64
Holley, Otis. 6/23/35
Hot Mikado. 4/23/39
Howard University Choir. 11/10/37
Howard University Glee Club. 3/29/39, 4/7/36
Howard University Men's Glee Club. 3/2/40
Hurley, Burton. 2/6/54, 2/13/54
Imperial Quartet. 4/21/35
Jackson, Mahalia. 1/20/52
James Sisters. 12/23/56
Jerusalem Four. 6/23/35
Johnson, J. Rosamond. 4/19/42
Jones, Mae. 4/6/39
King, Charles. 2/16/39
King, James. 11/4/56
Knight, Gladys. 6/24/52
Lawler, Athena. 8/17/39
Lawson, Warner. 3/29/39
Lillie, Alma. 2/2/39
Lincoln Boys. 2/2/39
MacKay, Gordon. 11/10/35
Malindy Singers. 9/30/56 (Church of God and Saints of Christ)
Marshall, George. 7/14/38
Matthews, Edward. 12/21/41
Maynor, Dorothy. 11/10/40, 12/18/40
McFerrin, Robert. 7/7/58, 1959, 1962
McMechen, June. 1951
Mills, Harry. 12/16/43
Monotones, 12/18/56
Naturals. 2/17/57
North Carolina A & T Chorus. 3/16/42
Originaires Quartet. 10/6/35
Parks, Dozier. 8/26/56
Perry, Mary. 8/18/35, 8/25/35
Philharmonic Glee Club. 6/17/56
Plummer, Yvonne. 1/5/36
Rahn, Muriel. 9/16/51
Randle Brothers. 2/3/57, 2/10/57
Rascals of Rhythm Trio. 11/17/35
Rhea, La Julia. 5/12/35, 9/2/50
Rhythmaires. 3/23/39
Richard and His Mambo Kings, 8/12/56
Robeson, Paul. 4/23/43, 9/21/41
Roberts Family. 3/10/57
Robinson, Adolphus. 7/28/35
Robinson, Bill. 4/23/39, 8/22/41
Roen, Frank. 12/8/35
Royal Tones. 2/17/57
Rustin, Bayard. 12/9/37
Six Jaws of Jam. 3/9/39
Starlight Dixie Trio. 11/24/35
Saxon, Luther. 11/16/47
Schuyuler, Philippa Duke. 4/7/45
Sissle, Noble. 8/22/41
Smith, David. 2/10/57
Smith, Muriel. 9/22/38, 4/27/44, 5/26/44, 2/12/49, 11/16/47
Southernaires. 1/18/42, 7/19/42
Starlight Dixie Trio. 11/24/35
Stepin' Fetchit. 10/24/35
Suwanee Four. 8/11/35
Swanee River Boys. 9/14/39
Swinking Six. 8/18/38
Tamper Serenaders. 9/7/39
Three Hot Spots. 4/14/35
Tolerson, Thomas. 11/11/56
Triggs, Richard. 9/23/56
Tune Blenders. 8/14/54
Tuskegee Institute Choir. 1/15/41
Tynes, Margaret. 8/3/58
Walker, Samuel. 11/18/56
Washboard Jitterbugs. 8/25/38
Washington, John. 12/18/56
Whisonant, Lawrence. 3/15/42, 7/19/42, 4/20/52, 2/16/56 [See also: Lawrence Winters]
Whistling Willie. 1/5/36
Whistling Willie. 8/3/39. [See: William Williams]
White, Josh. 9/21/41
Williams, Camilla. 7/18/48, 1/8/51, 10/9/61
Williams, William. 8/3/39. [See: Whistling Willie]
Wilson, Curley. 1/5/39
Winters, Lawrence. 3/15/42, 7/19/42, 4/20/52, 2/16/56 [See also: Lawrence Whisonant]
Wise, Ethyl. 7/1/37

BROADCASTS

March 24, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Abdul Athen
LWO 5799-1A 5840

March 31, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Four Owens Brothers
LWO 5799-1B 3810

April 13, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Three Hot Spots
LWO 5799-2B 4105

April 21, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Imperial Quartet
LWO 5799-3A 3557

May 5, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Clyde Barrie
LWO 5799-4A 2315

May 12, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: La Julia Rhea
LWO 5799-4B 1835

May 5, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Thomas Byron
LWO 5799-4A 755

June 23, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Otis Holley
LWO 5799-7B 850

June 23, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Jerusalem Four
LWO 5799-7B 2332

July 14, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Chloester Ferrell and Her Three Africans
LWO 5799-9A 3342

July 28, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Adolphus Robinson
LWO 5799-10A 3142

July 28, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Adolphus Robinson
LWO 5799-10A 5953

August 4, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Marshall Haley
LWO 5799-10B 2751

August 11, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Suwanee Four
LWO 5799-11A 3113

August 18, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Mary Perry
LWO 5799-11B 5131

August 25, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Mary Perry
LWO 5799-12A 4850

September 15, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Chanticleer Quartet
LWO 5799-14A 150

September 29, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Frank Sparrow and the Singing Sparrows
LWO 5788-15A 4910

October 6, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Originaires Quartet
LWO 5799-15B

October 17, 1935
The Rudy Vallee Show
With: Todd Duncan
ICD 24141

October 17, 1935
The Rudy Vallee Show
With: Anne Brown
ICD 24141

October 24, 1935
The Fleishmann Hour
With: Stephin' Fetchit
Reel 12,368

October 27, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Basin Street Boys
LWO 5799-17A 5342

November 10, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Gordon MacKay
LWO 5799-18B 1312

November 17, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Rascals of Rhythm Trio
LWO 5799-19A 1700

November 24, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Starlight Dixie Trio
LWO 5799-19B 3640

December 1, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Five Harmons
LWO 5799-20A 155/5825

December1, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Dewey Moon
LWO 5799-20A 3638

December 8, 1935
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Frank Roen
LWO 5799-20B 200

January 5, 1936
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Yvonne Plummer
LWO 5799-23A 1807

January 5, 1936
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Whistling Willie
LWO 5799-23A 4553

March 1, 1936
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Hartford Male Swing String Quintet
LWO 5799-27B 4704

May 7, 1936
The Rudy Vallee Show
With: The Howard University Glee Club
RGA 9789

May 7, 1936
The Rudy Vallee Show
With: Todd Duncan
RGA 9789

July 12, 1936
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Hampton Institute Junior Quartet
LWO 5799-38A 4120

July 1, 1937
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Ethyl Wise:
LWO 5799-64A 40:10

September 8, 1937
Gershwin Memorial Program
With: Todd Duncan
ncp 1895/1904

September 8, 1937
Gershwin Memorial Program
With: Anne Brown
ncp 1895/1904

November 4, 1937
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Ethel Hall: "Summertime"
LWO 5969-8A 2258

November 10, 1937
Negro Education Association
With: Howard University Choir
LWO 16659 37B4

December 9, 1937
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Bayard Rustin
LWO 5659-10b 5452

February 3, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Frederick Hall Quartet: "Dry Bones"
LWO 5969-17A 5002

July 14, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: James Alexander
LWO 5969-29B 3623

July 14, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: George Marshall
LWO 5969-29B 3623

July 14, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Ambassadors Four
LWO 5969-30A 22

July 14, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Ambassadors Four
LWO 5969-30A 22

July 28, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Eleanor Corigan
LWO 5969-30B 4587

August 4, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Pleasant Crump
LWO 5969-31A 4708

August 11, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Alexander Sausage and His Pork Chops
LWO 5659-31B 4654

August 18, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Swinging Six
LWO 5969-33A 1430

August 25, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Golden Crown Quartet
LWO 5969-33A 4928

August 25, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Mamie Anderson
LWO 5969-33A 3721

August 25, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Washboard Jitterbugs
LWO 5969-33B 1524

September 1, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Harry Walker
LWO 5969-B 3924

September 22, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Muriel Smith
LWO 5969-35A 4903

November 10, 1938
American Education Week
With: Douglas High School Chorus (Baltimore, MD)
RWA 3219 A1

December 1, 1938
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Paul Blackman

January 5, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Alabama Washboard Sextet
LWO 7161-1A 135

January 5, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Curley Wilson
LWO 7161-1B 508

January 19, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Harmonettes
LWO 7161-2B 1925

January 19, 1939
Four Rhythm Singers
With: The Four Rhythm Singers
LWO 7161-2A 3919

February 2, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Alma Lillie
LWO 7161-3A 4020

February 2, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Lincoln Boys
LWO 7161-3A 136

February 16, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Charles King
LWO 7161-5A 2440

March 9, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Marion Brown
LWO 7161-5B 1435

March 9, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Six Jaws of Jam
LWO 7161-5B 5720

March 23, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Four Kentuckians
LWO 7161-6B 3430

March 23, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Rhythmaires
LWO 7161-7B 5825

March 24, 1939
Concert
Performer: Jeanne Behrend, Piano
"When Thou Commandest" (Comp. R. Nathaniel Dett)
Curtis Insitute disc #1408
LWO 8575 R51 A1

March 29, 1939
National Negro Health Week Program
With: Howard University Glee Club
RWA 4340 A1-2

April 6, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Frying Pan Stompers
RWA 7161-7B 140

April 6, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Mae Jones
RWA 7161-7B 5222

April 23, 1939
Magic Key of RCA
With: Bill Robinson (Hot Mikado)
RWA 2941 A3-B2
Note: On this program, excerpts from 'Hot Mikado' are presented

August 3, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: William Williams
LWO 7161-16A 4826

August 10, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Ben Edwards
LWO 7161-16B 645

August 10, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Five Esquires
LWO 7161-16B 5651

August 17, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Five Bachelors
LWO 7161-17A 130

August 17, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Walter Hayes
LWO 7161-17A 5608

August 17, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Barnstorm Tramp Band
LWO 7161-17B 2700

August 17, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Athena Lawler
LWO 7161-17B 4218

August 31, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Dixieland Four
LWO 7161-18A 3000

September 7, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Lee Harris
LWO 7161-18B 4615

September 7, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Tampa Serenaders
LWO 7161-18B 5546

September 14, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Janice Brown
LWO 7161-19A 2031

September 14, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Swanee River Boys
LWO 7161-19A 4313

September 21, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: The Harlem Roustabouts
LWO 7161-19B 135

September 21, 1939
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Martha Booker
LWO 7161-19B 4928

March 2, 1940
Howard University Anniversary Program
With: Howard University Men's Glee Club
RWA 5624 B3-4

November 10, 1940
Ford Sunday Evening Hour
Pelletier Collection, pt. 2
disc no 2 side B
Performer: Dorothy Maynor, Soprano
(arr. R. Nathaniel Dett)
LWO 9061-5A

December 18, 1940
Library of Congress Music Division Concert
With: Dorothy Maynor
RVA 0948

January 15, 1941
Dedication of Infantil Paralysis Unit at Tuskegee Institute
With: William Dawson
RWA 3833 B1-2

January 15, 1941
Dedication of Infantil Paralysis Unit at Tuskegee Institute
With: Tuskegee Institute Choir
RWA 3833 B1-2

August 22, 1941
America's Negro Soldiers
With: Anne Brown
LWO 12873 49A3 3200

August 22, 1941
America's Negro Soldiers
With: Noble Sissle (announcer)
LWO 12873 49A3 3200

August 22, 1941
America's Negro Soldiers
With: Bill Robinson
LWO 12873 49A3 3200

August 22, 1941
America's Negro Soldiers
With: Dean Dixon
LWO 12873 49A3 3200

August 22, 1941
America's Negro Soldiers
With: Leonard DePaur
LWO 12873 49A3 3200

September 21, 1941
Freedom's People
With: Paul Robeson
LWO 12,873-79B2

September 21, 1941
Freedom's People
With: William C. Handy
LWO 12,873-79B2

September 21, 1941
Freedom's People
With: Josh White
LWO 12,873-79B2

November 21, 1941
Freedom's People
With: De Paur Chorus
LWO 12873 92A3
LWO 16659 51B30

December 21, 1941
Freedom's People
With: Edward Matthews
LWO 12873 109B1

January 18, 1942
Freedom's People
With: De Paur Chorus
LWO 15731 63B2

January 18, 1942
Freedom's People
With: Southernaires
LWO 15731 63B2

March 15, 1942
Freedom's People
With: Hazel Harrison
LWO 12873-71B 354

March 15, 1942
Freedom's People
With: Lawrence Whisonant [Lawrence Winters]
LWO 12873-71B 2604

[Also: 57002. Freedom's People. 1942. Program #7. Red net origination, Federal Radio Education Committee syndication. "Contributions To The Arts". Sustaining. "The Story Of The American Negro." Ambrose Caliver (program supervisor), Charles L. Cook (composer), Frank Wilson (narrator), Irve Tunick (writer), Leonard De Pauw (Choral Director), Hazel Harrison ("distinguished concert pianist"), Lawrence Wissoner (? baritone), The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College Chorus, Edwin Dunham (director). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete. Source: http://www.radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=Freedom's+People

March 15, 1942
Freedom's People
With: North Carolina A & T Chorus
LWO 12873 Tape 71 Side B: 1930

April 19, 1942
Freedom's People
With: J. Rosamond Johnson
RWA 3649 A1-4

April 19, 1942
Freedom's People
With: Todd Duncan
RWA 6949 A1-4

July 19, 1942
Salute to Mexico
With: Lawrence Whisonant
LWO 15731 62A1

May 27, 1952
Ted Mack Amateur Hour
With: Paul Blackman
LWO 9607A-40A


February 7, 1973
(Coca-Cola)
Anne Brown
T5855, 27A2

February 16, 1943
Interview
With: Dean Dixon
LWO 5833 GR13 5A4

April 23, 1943
Negro Spirituals
With: Marian Anderson
RWA 4366 B2

April 23, 1943
Negro Spirituals
With: Paul Robeson
RWA 4366 B2

December 16, 1943
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Harry Mills
LWO 8843/11B 4754

April 27, 1944
Major Bowes Amateur Hour
With: Muriel Smith
Tape 9334 r4b1

May 26, 1944
United Negro College Fund Program
With: Muriel Smith
RWA 6399 A2-3

February 11, 1945
Army Hour
With: Leonard DePaur
RWB 3220 A1-4

April 7, 1945
New York Philharmonic
With: Philippa Duke Schuyler ("Manhattan Nocturne")
LWO 6359, Tap 4, Side A1 (001)

November 16, 1947
The Ford Theater (Carmen Jones)
With: Muriel Smith
RWB 5214 B1-4
Note: First radio production of Hammerstein's adaptation of Bizet's opera "Carmen"

November 16, 1947
The Ford Theater (Carmen Jones)
With: Luther Saxon
RWB 5214 B1-4
Note: First radio production of Hammerstein's adaptation of Bizet's opera "Carmen"

July 18, 1948
The RCA Victor Show
With: Camilla Williams
NBC RWB 8261 B1-2

February 12, 1949
A New Birth of Freedom
With: Muriel Smith
RWB 8165 B4. RWB 9389 A3
Note: Muriel Smith sings two songs.

December 18, 1949
Toast of the Town
With: W.C. Handy
VXE 2049

December 18, 1949
Toast of the Town
With: George Kirby
VXE 2049

September 2, 1950
The Ted Mack Show (radio)
With: La Julia Rhea: "Pace, Pace, Mio Dio"
NBC Tape 9701A

1951
Porgy and Bess
With: June McMechen
Columbia 03L 162
(exact date unknown)

January 8, 1951 (VOA 90)
Recital at Town Hall
With: Camilla Williams
LWO 7657 r3B2-4A3

January 20, 1952
Toast of the Town
With: Mahalia Jackson

1951
Porgy and Bess
With: June McMechen
Columbia 03L 162

September 16, 1951
The Ed Sullivan Show (Toast of the Town)
With: Muriel Rahn
CBS Tape

April 20, 1952
Marian Anderson at Lincoln Memorial
With: Marian Anderson
LWO 7657-50A 30, 1130

April 20, 1952
Salute to Negro History Week
With: Lawrence Winters
LWO 7657-50A 3230

May 15, 1952
Ted Mack Show (radio)
With: Paul Blackman
LWO 9607A-39A 1518

June 24, 1952
The Ted Mack Show (radio)
With: Gladys Knight: "Too Young"
Tape 9607A 4545

November 9, 1952
Toast of the Town
With: The Delta Rhythm Boys
VXE

February 6, 1954
The Ted Mack Show
With: Burton Hurley
FDA 6066

February 13, 1954
The Ted Mack Show
With: Burton Hurley
FDA 6067

February 27, 1954
The Ted Mack Show
With: Doris Berry
FDA 6069

April 13, 1954
Toast of the Town
(Ed Sullivan Show)
With: Marian Anderson
VXE 2198

May 2, 1954
Toast of the Town
With: Lionel Hampton
VXE 2200

May 29, 1954
The Ted Mack Show
With: Bob Hamilton
FDA 6084

August 14, 1954
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Tune Blenders
FDA 6091

January 27, 1956
Voice of America recital
With: Mattiwilda Dobbs
LWO 17074 R19 A2

February 16, 1956
Negro History Week
With: Lawrence Winters
Voice of America 31
LWO 7657, r50A3-B2

June 17, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Philharmonic Glee Club
FDA 1194

July 15, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Dynatones
FDA 1197

August 12, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Richard and His Mambo Kings
FDA 1201

August 26, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Dozier Parks
FDA 1203

August 26, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Five Thrills
FSA 1203

September 23, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Richard Triggs
FDA 1207

September 23, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Malindy Singers
FDA 1208

September 23, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Church of God and Saints of Christ
FDA 1208

November 4, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Balladeers
FDA 1212

November 4, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: James King
FDA 1212

November 11, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Thomas Tolerson
FDA 1213

November 18, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Samuel Walker
FDA 1214

November 25, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Balladiers
FDA 1215

December 7, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Heralders
FDA 1216

December 16, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: John Washington
FDA 1217

December 16, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Monotones
FDA 1217

December 23, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Pleasant Crump
FDA 1218

December 23, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: James Sisters
FDA 1218

August 19, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Five Jets
FDA 1202

September 16, 1956
The Ted Mack Show
With: Five Girlfriends
FDA 1205

January 6, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Garmon Choral Ensemble
FDA 1220

January 13,1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: Bahama Red's Calypso Rascals
FDA 1221

February 3, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Esquires
FDA 1223

February 3, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Randle Brothers
FDA 1223

February 10, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: David Smith
FDA 1224

February 10, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Randall Brothers
FDA 1224


February 17, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Naturals
FDA 1225


February 17, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Royal Tones
FDA 1225

March 10, 1957
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Roberts Family
FDA 1228

October 27, 1957
Toast of the Town
With: W.C. Handy
VXE 2049

July 7, 1958
Recital
With: Robert McFerrin
LWO 7967-21A 4425

August 3, 1958
Toast of the Town
(Ed Sullivan Show)
With: Margaret Tynes
VXE 2379

September 9, 1958
Voice of America
With: Camilla Williams
LWO 17074 R23 B1-B2

1959
Deep River and other classic Negro spirituals
With: Robert McFerrin
Riverside RLP 12/812
(Exact date unknown)

April 19, 1959
National Portrait Gallery
With: Natalie Hinderas
RAA 29916

1960
Voice of America
Acetate tape no. 734
Eastman Festival of American Music, 1960
Performers: The Eastman Singer, David Fetler, Conductor
David Craighead, organist
"The Ordering of Moses" (by R. Nathaniel Dett)
LWO 8695 R19 A2, B1

October 9, 1961
Recital at Town Hall
With: Camilla Williams
T6904

October 29, 1961
The Ted Mack Show
With: Sara Lawrence
FCA 6148

1962
Classic Negro spirituals
With: Robert McFerrin
Washington 466
(Exact date unknown)
March 8, 1964
The Ted Mack Show
With: Eugene Holmes
FCA 6258

March 8, 1964
The Ted Mack Show
With: The Brown Sisters
FCA 6258

January 9, 1981
Library of Congress Noon Recital (Coolidge Auditorium)
With: Mattiwilda Dobbs
RWA 0191

1 comment:

Sean Barts said...

How can I hear one of theses broadcasts? My grandmother is Yvonne Plummer 1/5/36