Celebrity pesticide spots phonograph records : manuscript collections, 1970. 1970.

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Celebrity pesticide spots phonograph records : manuscript collections, 1970. 1970.

The Celebrity pesticide spots phonograph records consist of four 33 1/3 RPM records containing spots about the safe use of pesticides, produced by USDA Office of Information, Radio and Television Service, Washington, D.C. Three of the records are identical; there are a total of two unique records. Celebrity voices include Minnie Pearl, Art Carney, Arthur Godfrey, and Eva Gabor. Additionally, there is a typescript of the spots with a generic letter about the typescripts signed by Layne Beaty, Chief of Radio and Television Service. The letter appears to have been sent out to public service directors.

1.75 linear ft (1 box)

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SNAC Resource ID: 7993833

National Agricultural Library, NAL

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Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

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Arthur Morton Leo Godfrey (August 31, 1903 – March 16, 1983) was an American radio and television broadcaster and entertainer who was sometimes introduced by his nickname The Old Redhead or The Ole Redhead. At the peak of his success, in the early-to-mid 1950s, Godfrey was heard on radio and seen on television up to six days a week, sometimes for as many as nine separate broadcast for CBS. His programs included Arthur Godfrey Time (Monday-Friday mornings on radio and television), Arthur Godfrey'...

Gábor, Eva, 1921-1995.

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Carney, Art, 1918-2003

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United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Radio and Television Division

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Minnie Pearl

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Country comedy performer. Born October 25, 1912. Died March 4, 1996. Real name: Sarah Opehlia Colley Cannon. Country music's best-known female comedian. Recognized for her knee-length dresses and straw hat with the $1.98 price tag. Star of Grand Ole Opry from the early 1940s-1991. Popular stage and television performer. Regular cast member of the Hee Haw television show. Member, Country Music Hall of Fame. From the description of Oral history interview with Minnie Pearl; 1984 October...

Beaty, Layne R.

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Beaty (b. 1935) was chief of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Radio and Television Service from 1954-1980. He graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in 1935. Between 1943 and 1951 he worked as farm editor of radio station WBAP in Forth Worth, Texas. In 1947, he served as president of the National Association of Radio Farm Directors (NARFD) From the description of Layne R. Beaty paper 1926-1979. (National Agricultural Library). WorldCat record id: 503458305 ...