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WGST Radio records

WGST Radio records

Descriptive Summary

Title: WGST Radio records
Identification: MS330
Date: 1928-1976
Size/Quantity: 70.8 linear feet (223 archival boxes)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: WGST (Radio station : Atlanta, Ga.).
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:The WGST records document the history of the station, from its founding to its eventual sale, spanning a total of 52 years. Administrative files in Series 1 document the daily operations, lawsuits, and sale of the radio station. The studio logs of Series 2 provide detailed lists of the station's programming, advertising, and public service announcements for the period from 1940 to 1970.
Note:Part of this collection was processed in 2000, as the WGST Radio Station Records, MS008. This collection includes the materials that were in MS008 as well as additional materials that have since been obtained by the Georgia Tech Archives. The MS008 materials comprise Series 1, Subseries 1 of this collection.

Biographical/Historical Note

In 1922 the Atlanta Constitution founded a radio station in response to its rival newspaper's station, WSB, which was owned by the Atlanta Journal. Clark Howell, newspaper editor and owner of the Constitution, offered the station to Georgia Tech in 1923 as a gift, which President Marion L. Brittain accepted on behalf of the state. At first the station operated under the call letters WBBF. The station's license was allowed to expire in 1924, but in the following year, a new license was granted with the call letters WGST, standing for the Georgia School of Technology. After several legal battles, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia took over operations from 1946 to 1973, when the station was bought by the Meredith Corporation.

From 1925 to 1930, the studio was located on the third floor of the Electrical Engineering Building. During this period the station operated for two hours a week, and programming was provided by the faculty and students of Georgia Tech. The Southern Broadcasting Company (SBC) signed a twenty-year lease to take control of the operations in 1930 and moved the radio station studio to the Ansley Hotel. Later that decade the studios moved to the Forsyth Building, where it would remain until a 1956 move to the Alexander Memorial Coliseum. Under the contract with the SBC the station increased its broadcast time and operated as a commercial venture, although the President of Georgia Tech retained official oversight of the programming. Georgia Tech was permitted air time for any broadcasts it required, and continued regular weekly programs. The station was affiliated with the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) from 1930.

In 1941, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia sought to void the contract with the SBC, accusing SBC of unethical financial transactions. Governor Eugene Talmadge tapped theater owners Arthur Lucas and William K. Jenkins to take over operations of the station. SBC contested this turn of events to the Federal Communications Commission. The suit resulted in the Board of Regents assuming control of operations in 1946. In a further development a year later, CBS indicated that it would not be sponsoring WGST after its current contract ended. The court ruled that CBS did not give fair and proper notification for this plan and ordered that a one-year extension be added to give WGST sufficient time to find another broadcasting affiliation. The American Broadcasting Company (ABC) picked up the radio station in 1950. In spite of this repeated litigation, the station provided a good source of revenue for Georgia Tech, funding among other things a long-range development plan for the architecture department in 1943.

A second lawsuit took place in 1951. Atlanta had four television channel signals that the Federal Communications Commission assigned to the area and WSB owned two of them, but was putting one up for sale. A group of private citizens organized themselves together to form Broadcasting, Inc. to buy it. The impending sale came under protest from WGST, who had sought for years to obtain a channel, but the court refused to impose an injunction.

By 1973 the Board of Regents declared WGST surplus property and offered it up for sale. Although WGST broadcast Georgia Tech sports events, the station remained commercial in nature with diminishing student input and support. Further, Tech had begun its own student station, WREK, in 1968. At five million dollars, the highest bidder was the Meredith Corporation of Des Moines, Iowa. Much opposition to the sale of the radio station came from the governor, legislators, and alumni, but the Board of Regents approved the sale and in the following year, operations were turned over to the Meredith Corporation.


Scope and Content Note

The WGST records document the history of the station, from its founding to its eventual sale, spanning a total of 52 years. Correspondence, financial documents and other administrative files in this collection (Series 1) document the daily operations of the station, particularly the 1947 lawsuit against CBS, the 1951 legal dispute over the acquisition of a television station, and the sale of the station in 1973-1974. Although the collection does not contain much coverage of the earliest decade of the station's history, the period from 1940 to 1970 is especially well documented in the series of studio logs (Series 2), which contain minute-by-minute lists of the station's programming, including titles of programs, lists of advertisements and public service announcements. The logs also provide documentation for the station's transition from CBS to ABC, the use of local and network programming, and the coverage of major local and national events during this period.

Further details on the content of this collection are provided in the detailed description below.


Arrangement

Arranged into two series:

SERIES 1: Administrative files

SERIES 2: Studio logs


Index Terms

American Broadcasting Company.
Barnes, Ewell
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
Georgia Institute of Technology. History.
Georgia School of Technology. History.
Logbooks.
Logs (records).
Manuscripts.
Pettit, Joseph M., (Joseph Mayo)
Radio broadcasting--Georgia--Atlanta.
Radio stations--Georgia--Atlanta.
WGST (Radio station : Atlanta, Ga.). History.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite [Item, Folder/Volume Title, Series Title,] WGST Radio Records (MS330), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

Accession number 1985.0806 for materials originally processed as MS008; accession 1999.0501 for materials added to original collection.

Processing Information

Yen M. Tang processed MS008 in 2000; Christine de Catanzaro and Arhant Durlabhji reprocessed as MS330 and added accession 1999.0501 in December 2007.

Revisions to Finding Aid

December 2005:
  • Original finding aid (MS008) converted from Encoded Archival Description Version 1.0 to Version 2002. December 2007: Original finding aid (MS008) revised after the addition of further materials. Revisions made by Christine de Catanzaro. March 2010: Finding aid imported into Archivists' Toolkit. September 2011: All studio logs that were previously unavailable are now available in photocopy.

  • Restrictions

    Restrictions: Access

    Some of the studio logs are available in photocopy only.

    Restrictions: Use

    Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.


    Separated Material

    The photographs in this collection have been removed and processed separately as WGST Radio Photographs (VAM330). About 150 open-reel tapes will also be processed separately. One artifact has been removed to the artifacts collection.


    Other Finding Aids

    A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.


    Container List

     

    SERIES 1: Administrative files, 1928-1976

    Description

    This series contains subseries of administrative files documenting the daily operations, legal battles, and sale of the radio station.



    Subseries 1: Administrative files, 1928-1975

    This subseries contains a variety of documents relating to the daily operation of the radio station. Correspondence documents exchanges between the station personnel and the Board of Regents or other Georgia radio stations concerning such subjects as daily operations, two court cases, and broadcast agreements. The affidavits and court statements stem from two separate lawsuits, the first involving the station's affiliation with the Columbia Broadcasting System in 1947 and the second concerning the rights to a television channel in 1951. The financial statements are mostly comprised of commercial businesses that did not pay their advertising fees over a period of time. The transactions and correspondence from the collection agency document the success or failure of WGST to collect these funds. Employee pay sheets are also included. Contractual agreements for broadcasting collegiate football games, the Peach Bowl, and auto racing events also form part of this subseries. The last folder includes the station's broadcasting schedule for the years 1961-1966.

    The materials in this subseries are from accession number 1985.0806.

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    11Correspondence - M. L. Brittain, 1935-1941
    12Correspondence - Southern Broadcasting Co., 1941
    13Correspondence, 1941-1958
    14Correspondence, 1941-1958
    15Correspondence, 1941-1958
    16Correspondence - CBS lawsuit, 1947-1948
    18Correspondence - Broadcasting, Inc., 1951
    19Correspondence - Board of Regents, 1956-1958
    110Correspondence - Board of Regents, 1956-1958

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    21Legal documents, 1946-1951
    22Legal documents, 1946-1951
    23Legal documents, 1946-1951
    24Affidavits - John Fulton, 1947
    25Affidavit - Blake Van Leer, 1947
    26Affidavit - Raymond Paty, 1947
    27Affidavit - Frank Spratlin, 1947
    28Affidavit - Rutherford Ellis, 1947
    29Affidavit - Frank Neely, 1947
    210Affidavits - Fred Borton, 1947
    211Affidavit - John Knight, 1947
    212Affidavit - John Norton, Jr., 1947
    213Affidavit - C. E. Hooper, 1947
    214Affidavit - Hugh Feltis, 1947
    215Affidavit - Quincy Sutton, 1947
    216Affidavit - Andrew Ring, 1947
    217Affidavit - Frank Maier, 1947
    218Affidavit - William Neal, 1947
    219Affidavit - Charles Rawson, 1947
    220Affidavit - Madelinn Chace, 1947
    221Affidavit - Jack Briscoe, 1947
    222Affidavit - Paul Porter, 1947
    223Affidavit - Ben Akerman, 1947
    224Affidavit - William Wheeler, 1947
    225Affidavit - B. E. Thrasher, Jr., 1947

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    31WGST file photographs, undated
    32Drawings - Control Board, 1928-1929
    33History of WGST, 1929-1937
    34Manuals - Switchboard, 1932
    35Sound systems, 1934-1939
    36Administrative files, 1936-1947
    37Georgia Radio Commission, 1937-1940
    38Technical articles, 1939-1941
    39WGST press releases, 1939-1943
    310WGST Radio Station building, 1941-1958
    311Technical equipment depreciation schedules, 1955-1970
    312WGST - Retirement system, 1957

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    41-2Financial records - Deferred charges, 1971-1975
    43Beef House Restaurant account, 1971-1972
    44Eng Enterprises account, 1971-1974
    45Beman and Williams account, 1970-1974
    46Joseph Dance, Jr. account, 1969-1970
    47Seventh House account, 1973
    48Georgia Photo Service/Colorworld account, 1968-1971
    49ACM Advertising Mini Cinema account, 1971-1972
    410Terrell and Company account, 1969-1970
    411Du Bois and Associates account, 1970
    412WSEM Radio Station account, 1967-1971
    413WDYX Radio Station account, 1967-1970
    414Falls College account, 1968-1969
    415Jane Rhodes Advertising account, 1968
    416Newnan Broadcasting account, 1966-1967
    417Hanson R. Carter account, 1967
    418Pitch and Putt account, 1966-1967
    419International Park Billiard Parlor account, 1965
    420Thomas County Broadcasting Company account, 1962-1963
    421McNiel Boat Works account, 1960-1961
    422Georgia Record Distributor account, 1963-1964
    423Lymburner Nurseries, Inc. account, 1961-1963
    424Cleve Warnock account, 1961-1963
    425Overseas Services account, 1971-1972
    426Mediterranean Reducing Salon account, 1972
    427Continental Advertising account, 1967
    428Radio Station WMES account, 1966-1971
    429Paul Neuda Advertising account, 1970
    430WDAX Radio Station account, 1967-1969
    431The Blue Cockatoo account, 1967-1969
    432Walt Broom Company account, 1967-1968
    433American Telephone and Telegraph Co. account, 1960-1962
    434Maxim Advertising Agency account, 1965-1966
    435Radio Station WSYL account, 1960-1966

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    51Radio Station WGML account, 1965-1966
    52National Carpet Company account, 1965-1966
    53Radio Station WPGA account, 1963-1965
    54Don Nixon Advertising Agency account, 1965
    55Dutch Oven Bakeries, Inc. account, 1963-1965
    56McCane Advertising Agency account, 1963-1964
    57Sid H. Dunken Agency account, 1962
    58Imported Auto Accessories, Inc. account, 1961-1962
    59Briarcliff Hotel account, 1962-1963
    510Americana Credit Card Company account, 1962-1963
    511Ellgordo's account, 1961-1963
    512Belman Jewelry Company account, 1961-1962
    513Invoices (Electric Co.), 1939
    514Outside talent and employee pay sheets, 1965-1973
    515Blair Radio Commission statements, 1967-1973
    516Blair Radio Commission statements, 1967-1973
    517Blair Radio Commission statements, 1967-1973
    518Blair Radio Commission statements, 1967-1973
    519Blair Radio Commission statements, 1967-1973
    520Blair Radio Commission statements, 1967-1973
    521Blair Radio Commission statements, 1967-1973

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    61Federal Communications Commission, 1934-1935
    62Federal Communications Commission licenses, 1941
    63Federal Communications Commission applications, 1956
    64Federal Radio Commission, 1933-1936
    65Federal Radio Commission permits, 1932-1934
    66Trade-outs - Comstock Distributing Company, 1965-1972
    67Trade-outs - WTCG Channel 17, 1969-1971
    68Trade-outs - Alfred L. Lino and Associates, 1970-1971
    69Trade-outs - Bridal publications, 1971-1972
    610Trade-outs - Squit-Arpege Perfume, 1971
    611Trade-outs - Neighbor Newspapers, Inc., 1971-1972
    612Trade-outs - Original Sound Recording Company, 1971-1972
    613Trade-outs - Various, 1971-1973

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    71Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    72Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    73Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    74Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    75Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    76Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    77Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    78Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    79Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    710Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    711Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    712Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    713Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    714Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    715Broadcast contracts and correspondence, 1958-1972
    716Auto racing broadcast agreements, 1964-1969
    717Auto racing broadcast agreements, 1964-1969
    718Auto racing broadcast agreements, 1964-1969
    719Auto racing broadcast agreements, 1964-1969
    720Auto racing broadcast agreements, 1964-1969
    721Auto racing broadcast agreements, 1964-1969
    722"Pick of Dixie" rights (purchased), 1961-1969
    723"Pick of Dixie" rights (sold), 1962-1971
    724Station broadcasting schedule, 1961-1966



    Subseries 2: Administrative files, 1937-1976

    Much of the material in Subseries 2 concerns the sale of WGST in 1973-1974. Documents include appraisals, bid invitation and bids, correspondence, and sale documents. Financial statements, audit reports, and reports of examination in this subseries document the sale of the station as well as the financial condition of the station during the late 1950s and 1960s. The reports of examination also provide some information on employees, their activities, and their salaries, particularly as they relate to the station's finances. Files on the 1970 NAACP-WGST coalition meetings document the NAACP's efforts to encourage the employment of African Americans at radio stations in Atlanta, and WGST's response to these efforts. An application for renewal of the affiliation contract with CBS in 1948, and a 1958 union agreement is also found in this subseries.

    Arranged alphabetically by folder title.

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    81Affiliation contract (CBS) -- Application for renewal, April 1948
    82Appraisals (Atlanta Real Estate Board), August 1973
    83Appraisals (Chapman Associates), August 1973
    84Appraisals (John B. Chapman, M.A.I.), August 1973
    85Appraisals (Prichett, Stripling and Bray, Inc.), August 1973
    86Audit report, June 1974
    87Audit report, June 1976
    88Balance sheets, 1973-1974
    89Bid invitation and instructions, 1973
    810Bid invitation and instructions, 1973
    811Bids, sale documents (folder 1 of 2), 1972-1973
    812Bids, sale documents (folder 2 of 2), 1972-1973
    813Clark-Howell trust fund, 1974
    814Contracts in force, June 1973

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    91Contracts in force, June 1973
    92Correspondence, 1965-1966
    93Correspondence, 1973
    94Correspondence, September-October 1973
    95Correspondence, January-April 1974
    96Correspondence, September-October 1974
    97Correspondence, November-December 1974
    98Correspondence, January-May 1975
    99Deed, 1937
    910Employee benefits, undated
    911Financial statements, June 1959
    912Financial statements, June 1960
    913Financial statements, May 1961
    914Financial statements, June 1962
    915Financial statements, June 1963
    916Financial statements, June 1964
    917Financial statements, 1966-1967
    918Financial statements, June 1967
    919Financial statements, June 1968
    920Financial statements, June 1969
    921Financial statements, June 1970
    922Financial statements, June 1971
    923Financial statements, June 1972
    924Financial statements, June 1973
    925Financial statements, June 1974

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    101Financial statements, 1973
    102Financial statements, February-August 1974
    103Financial statements, 1974-1975
    104Minutes-Clark Howell Fund Investment Advisory Committee, November-December 1974
    105Minutes-WGST Radio Committee, 1952, 1973
    106NAACP-WGST coalition meetings, February-March 1970
    107NAACP-WGST coalition meetings (2 of 2), February-March 1970
    108Press information-"Men and Science", June-July 1960
    109Principles in gathering and disseminating news . . ., undated
    1010Report of examination, June 1957
    1011Report of examination, June 1958
    1012Report of examination, June 1959
    1013Report of examination, June 1960
    1014Report of examination, June 1961
    1015Report of examination, June 1962
    1016Report of examination, June 1963
    1017Report of examination, June 1964
    1018Report of examination, June 1965
    1019Resolution for land purchase (1946-1948), May 1961
    1020Sale documents, 1973
    1021Sale documents, November 1974
    1022Service contours (map), undated
    1023Union agreement, December 1958
     

    SERIES 2: Studio logs, 1940-1970

    Description

    This series contains the WGST studio logs over a thirty-year span of broadcasting, from 1940 to 1970. The studio logs consist of detailed, minute-by-minute lists of the station's programming, including titles of programs, lists of advertisements and public service announcements, and names of announcers. The logs also indicate the class of each program, including indications of either local or network programming. The character of each program (dramatic, music, skit, variety, etc.) is also provided, particularly in the early years.

    The studio logs document the station's radio programming during the thirty-year span, as well as the transition from live radio to recorded broadcasting during the period. The logs also provide documentation for the station's transition from CBS to ABC, and the station's use of local and network programming. In addition, they illustrate the station's coverage of major local and national events during and after World War II. Documentation of coverage is available for numerous major events, including V-J Day, the death of President Roosevelt in 1945, and later events such as the assassination of President Kennedy in November 1963.

    The logs for 1940 through early 1956 are bound in volumes. Beginning in 1955 the logs are loose sheets (there are duplicate logs for 1955, and January through April of 1956). All dates are covered, with the exception of some isolated dates and the date spans in the following list: October 1941-May 1942; November-December 1945; October-December 1950; March-May 1967; July 1967; and March 1970. The last program log is April 30, 1970.

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    111Studio log book, January-March 1940

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    122Studio log book, April-June 1940

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    133Studio log book, July-September 1940

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    144Studio log book, October-December 1940

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    155Studio log book, January-March 1941

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    166Studio log book, April-June 1941

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    177Studio log book, July-September 1941

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    188Studio log book, June-July 1942

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    199Studio log book, August-September 1942

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    2010Studio log book, October-December 1942

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    2111Studio log book, January-March 1943

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    2212Studio log book, April-June 1943

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    2313Studio log book, July-September 1943

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    2414Studio log book, October-November 1943

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    2515Studio log book, December 1943

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    2616Studio log book, January-February 1944

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    2717Studio log book, March-April 1944

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    2818Studio log book, May-June 1944

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    2919Studio log book, July-August 1944

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    3020Studio log book, September-October 1944

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    3121Studio log book, November-December 1944

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    3222Studio log book, January-February 1945

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    3323Studio log book, March-April 1945

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    3424Studio log book, May-June 1945

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    3525Studio log book, July-August 1945

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    3626Studio log book, September-October 1945

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    3727Studio log book, January-February 1946

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    3828Studio log book, March-April 1946

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    3929Studio log book, May-June 1946

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    4030Studio log book, July-August 1946

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    4131Studio log book, September-October 1946

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    4232Studio log book, November-December 1946

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    4333Studio log book, January-March 1947

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    4434Studio log book, April-June 1947

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    4535Studio log book, July-September 1947

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    4636Studio log book, October-December 1947

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    4737Studio log book, January-March 1948

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    4838Studio log book, April-June 1948

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    4939Studio log book, July-September 1948

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    5040Studio log book, October-December 1948

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    5141Studio log book, January-March 1949

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    5242Studio log book, April-June 1949

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    5343Studio log book, July-September 1949

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    5444Studio log book, October-December 1949

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    5545Studio log book, January-March 1950

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    5646Studio log book, April-June 1950

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    5747Studio log book, July-September 1950

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    5848Studio log book, January-March 1951

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    5949Studio log book, April-June 1951

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    6050Studio log book, July-September 1951

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    6151Studio log book, October-December 1951

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    6252Studio log book, January-February 1952

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    6353Studio log book, March-April 1952

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    6454Studio log book, May-June 1952

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    6555Studio log book, July-August 1952

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    6656Studio log book, September-October 1952

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    6757Studio log book, November-December 1952

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    6858Studio log book, January-February 1953

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    6959Studio log book, March-April 1953

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    7060Studio log book, May-June 1953

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    7161Studio log book, July-August 1953

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    7262Studio log book, September-October 1953

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    7363Studio log book, November-December 1953

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    7464Studio log book, January-February 1954

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    7565Studio log book, March-April 1954

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    7666Studio log book, May-June 1954

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    7767Studio log book, July-August 1954

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    7868Studio log book, September-October 1954

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    7969Studio log book, November-December 1954

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    8070Studio log book, January-February 1955

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    8171Studio log book, March-April 1955

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    8272Studio log book, May-June 1955

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    8373Studio log book, July-August 1955

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    8474Studio log book, September-October 1955

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    8575Studio log book, November-December 1955

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    8676Studio log book, January-February 1956

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    8777Studio log book, March-April 1956

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    88Studio logs, January-March 1955

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    89Studio logs, April-June 1955

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    90Studio logs, July-August 1955

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    91Studio logs, September-October 1955

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    92Studio logs, November-December 1955

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    93Studio logs, January-February 1956

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    94Studio logs, March-April 1956

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    95Studio logs, May 1956

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    96Studio logs, June-July 1956

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    97Studio logs, July-August 1956

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    98Studio logs, September 1956

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    99Studio logs, October-November 1956

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    100Studio logs, November-December 1956

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    101Studio logs, January-February 1957

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    102Studio logs, February-March 1957

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    103Studio logs, April-May 1957

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    104Studio logs, May-June 1957

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    105Studio logs, June-July 1957

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    106Studio logs, July 1957

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    107Studio logs, August 1957

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    108Studio logs, September-October 1957

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    109Studio logs, October-November 1957

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    110Studio logs, November-December 1957

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    111Studio logs, January 1958

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    112Studio logs, February-March 1958

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    113Studio logs, March-April 1958

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    114Studio logs, May-June 1958

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    115Studio logs, June 1958

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    116Studio logs, July 1958

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    117Studio logs, July-August 1958

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    118Studio logs, September 1958

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    119Studio logs, October-November 1958

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    120Studio logs, November-December 1958

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    121Studio logs, January-February 1959

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    122Studio logs, February-March 1959

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    123Studio logs, March-April 1959

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    124Studio logs, May 1959

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    125Studio logs, June 1959

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    126Studio logs, July 1959

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    127Studio logs, August 1959

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    128Studio logs, September 1959

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    129Studio logs, October-November 1959

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    130Studio logs, November-December 1959

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    131Studio logs, January-February 1960

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    132Studio logs, February-March 1960

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    133Studio logs, April 1960

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    134Studio logs, May 1960

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    135Studio logs, June 1960

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    136Studio logs, July 1960 (including August 1, 1960)

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    137Studio logs, August 1960

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    138Studio logs, September 1960

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    139Studio logs, October 1960

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    140Studio logs, November 1960

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    141Studio logs, December 1960

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    142Studio logs, January 1961

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    143Studio logs, February 1961

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    144Studio logs, March 1961

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    145Studio logs, April-May 1961

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    146Studio logs, May-June 1961

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    147Studio logs, June 1961

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    148Studio logs, July 1961

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    149Studio logs, August 1961

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    150Studio logs, September 1961

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    151Studio logs, October 1961

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    152Studio logs, November 1961

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    153Studio logs, December 1961

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    154Studio logs, January-February 1962

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    155Studio logs, February-March 1962

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    156Studio logs, March-April 1962

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    157Studio logs, May-June 1962

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    158Studio logs, June-July 1962

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    159Studio logs, July-August 1962

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    160Studio logs, August-September 1962

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    161Studio logs, October 1962

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    162Studio logs, November 1962

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    163Studio logs, December 1962

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    164Studio logs, January-February 1963

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    165Studio logs, February-March 1963

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    166Studio logs, March-April 1963

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    167Studio logs, May-June 1963

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    168Studio logs, June-July 1963

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    169Studio logs, July-August 1963

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    170Studio logs, August-September 1963

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    171Studio logs, October 1963

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    172Studio logs, November 1963

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    173Studio logs, December 1963

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    174Studio logs, January-February 1964

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    175Studio logs, February-March 1964

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    176Studio logs, March-April 1964

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    177Studio logs, April-May 1964

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    178Studio logs, June-July 1964

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    179Studio logs, July-August 1964

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