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THE HUNT FOR RADIO BROADCASTING HISTORY

Housed in the Hornbake Library on the University of Maryland College Park campus is a treasure trove of history on radio broadcasting in the United States. The Library of American Broadcasting was founded in 1972 as the Broadcast Pioneers Library and was originally housed at NAB headquarters in Washington, D.C.

William S. Hedges, a retired NBC executive, started the Broadcasting Pioneers Project in 1964. The collection expanded rapidly for decades — until it ran out of space and funding. In October 1994, the library’s governing board established a partnership with the University of Maryland and moved the collection to the present location.

The caretakers of the collection are

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