Municipal Archives


​WRR Municipal Radio, 1925-2006

​Collection 1991-024​​​​​​​​

Overview

Repository
Office of the City Secretary
Dallas Municipal Archives
1500 Marilla Street, 5D South
Dallas, Texas 75201
Creator WRR Municipal Radio
Title WRR Municipal Radio
Dates 1930-1970 
Addition 1 1925-1997
Addition 2 1927-1934
Addition 3 1988-2006
Addition 4 1942
Quantity 3.36 linear feet
Addition 1 4.09 linear feet [2017]
Addition 2 0.21 linear feet  [2018]
Addition 3 1.88 linear feet [2019]
Addition 4 0.42 linear feet  [2019]
Abstract WRR Municipal Radio business papers.
Identification 1991-024
Language Records are in English

Scope and Content

WRR of Dallas is the first broadcast radio station in Texas, the oldest radio station west of the Mississippi, and one of the first licensed in the United States.  Henry "Dad" Garrett set up WRR in Dallas in 1920 and was the first announcer.  Garrett received a license (the second issued in the U.S.) for WRR on August 4, 1921, by the U.S. Department of Commerce.  The origin of the specific call letters for the station (WRR) is unknown.
 
When Garrett was superintendent of the Dallas Police and Fire Signal System, he realized that radio was an effective way for firefighters in the field to communicate.  After persuading city officials to see the safety value of his concept, he installed a 50-watt radio transmitter at the central fire station.  The equipment's principal purpose was to transmit alarms to the other fire stations as well as to the portable radio receiver that Garrett carried in his car.
       
Garrett soon found another use for the city's new equipment.  Between fire alarms, he connected the transmitter to a phonograph and played his collection of classical recordings.  Before long in 1921, the AM station had a regular daily schedule that included broadcasting police bulletins, baseball scores, and a weather forecast at 7:00 in the evening.  This information was followed at about 8:30 in the evening by a classical music concert.  The fire department transferred control of WRR to the City of Dallas in 1931. 
 
The station’s original offices were in the Dallas Fire Department central headquarters, located adjacent to Dallas’ old city hall at 2014 Main Street.  In 1924, leading Dallas businessmen, including John Foldberg Thorwald, took on the task of reconstructing WRR as a city-owned station (the first in the US), and in 1925 the station studios moved to the Adolphus Hotel.  The offices have been located in Fair Park since the late 1930s.
       
WRR has undergone multiple personnel and format changes.  Over the years, formatting has included Public Service, Talk, and Contemporary Oldies. It was the first news/talk station in Dallas, the first station to regularly feature traffic reports, and one of the first to regularly broadcast live sporting events.  WRR was the original flagship station for the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Rebels, Dallas Texans, and SMU basketball team.
       
When the City of Dallas considered selling WRR in early 1990, both business and cultural leaders joined together to support the station and convince the city to retain ownership.  These leaders formed a board of directors, elected officers, and incorporated as Friends of WRR in August of 1990.  The IRS granted this group tax-exempt status in February 1991, and the Friends of WRR became official in April 1991.  The purpose of the group is to support and further WRR as a city-owned, classical music asset, a goal that appears to have been reached.  In 2002, the Texas Historical Commission designated WRR a Historical Treasure.
       
Collection includes correspondence, memos, media, reports, budget materials, legal documents, contracts, ascertainment surveys, and Friends of WRR event materials.  WRR publications, such as newsletters, have been transferred to Collection 1991-098 Publications, 1956-Current.
       

Organization

The original collection is arranged chronologically.  The first addition is arranged first by series then chronologically within each series.  The second addition required no organization.  The third addition is arranged chronologically, and the fourth required no organization.
 

Access

Permission to publish, reproduce, distribute, or use by any and all other current or future developed methods or procedures must be obtained in writing from the Dallas Municipal Archives. All rights are reserved and retained regardless of current or future development or laws that may apply to fair use standards.
 

Citation

WRR Municipal Radio, 1925-2006 (Box <x>, Folder <y>), Dallas Municipal Archives
 

Related Materials

Collection 2002-006—WRR Audiotape
 

Index Terms

Dallas -- Texas -- History
Radio broadcasting -- Texas -- Dallas
WRR-AM (Radio Station: Dallas, Tex.)
WRR-FM (Radio Station: Dallas, Tex.)

Container List For Original Collection

Box Folder Title, Date
1  Radio Commission Board Minutes-Bound Volumes Book No. 1, May 22, 1931-February 14, 1947
1
  Radio Commission Board Minutes-Bound Volumes Book No. 2, March 21, 1947-April 24, 1962
2  Radio Commission Board Minutes-Bound Volumes Book No. 3, May 22, 1962-December 22, 1972
2
  Radio Commission Board Minutes-Bound Volumes Book No. 4, January 24, 1973-November 19, 1974
3 1 Operational Papers, 1930s 
3
2 Operational Papers, 1930s
3
3 Operational Papers, 1930s
3
4 Financial reports, 1930s
3
5 Financial reports, 1930s
3
6 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1939
3
7 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1940
3
8 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1941
3
9 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1942
3
10 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1943
3
11 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1944
3
12 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1945
4 1 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1946
4
2 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1947
4
3 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1948
4
4 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1949
4
5 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1951
4
6 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, 1952
4
7 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, January-April 1953
4
8 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, May-December 1953
4
9 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, January-September 1954
4
10 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, October-December 1954
4
11 List of broadcasts of civic, educational, and informative programs that are non-revenue, January-March 1955
5 1 Balance Sheets, 1940
5
2 Balance Sheets, 1941
5
3 Balance Sheets, 1946
5
4 Balance Sheets, 1947
5
5 Balance Sheets, 1948
5
6 Balance Sheets, 1949
5
7 Balance Sheets, 1951
5
8 Balance Sheets, 1952
5
9 Balance Sheets, 1953
5
10 Balance Sheets, 1954
5
11 Balance Sheets, 1955
5
12 Balance Sheets, 1956
5
13 Balance Sheets, 1957
5
14 Balance Sheets, 1958
5
15 Balance Sheets, 1959
5
16 Balance Sheets, 1960
5
17 Balance Sheets, 1961
5
18 Balance Sheets, 1962
5
19 Balance Sheets, 1963
5
20 Balance Sheets, 1964
5
21 Balance Sheets, 1965
5
22 Balance Sheets, 1966
5
23 Balance Sheets, 1967
5
24 Financial Papers-Statements of Operations, undated
5
25 Financial Sheet-Account No. 95, undated
6 1 Monthly Remittance Reports, January 1932-October 1934
6
2 Monthly Remittance Reports, November 1934-September 1936
6
3 Monthly Remittance Reports, October 1936-February 1939
6
4 Original folders, undated
6
5 Original folders, undated
7 1 Commission agendas and attached supporting documents, 1967
7
2 Commission agendas and attached supporting documents, 1968
7
3 Commission agendas and attached supporting documents, 1969
7
4 Handwritten minutes, 1967
7
5 Miscellaneous minutes
7
6 Action transcriptions for minutes
7
7 Progress Report, December 22, 1970
8 1 Correspondence
8
2 Memoranda
8
3 Resolutions
8
4 Cartoon-Bill McClanahan
8
5 "WRR Radio Expansion Under Study," Dallas Times Herald, September 15, 1959
8
6 Emergency Radio Communications, 1953
8
7 Report on City Communications
8
8 "World of Music"
8
9 Advertising
8
10 Contracts
9
11 WRR reports presented to Radio Commission
10
12 Smith Detective Agency and Nightwatch Service Inc. Report on Radio Commission Stationary, November 15, 1959
10
13 WRR-FINA traffic reports, 1962
10
14 Reports and Broadcasts, undated
10
15 Blue Prints-Studio, undated
10
16 Radio Commission, January-June, 1970
10
17 Radio Commission, July-October, 1970
10
18 Radio Commission, November-December, 1970


Container List For Addition 1

Box Folder Title, Date
   Administration
111Affirmative Action Plan, 1976-1977
112Announcer Bios, 1995-96, undated
113Annual Employment Reports, 1974-77
114Awards/Recognition, 1966-77, undated
115Balance Sheets, 1974-77
116Cable Television Report & Order, 1972
117City Council Actions, 1974-76
118City of Dallas Charter, 1968
119City of Dallas Code of Ethics, 1976-77, undated
1110Communications Report (Analysis), 1966, undated
1111Communities Foundation of Texas, 1995
1112Computed coverage contours, undated
[Created by Cohen and Dippell Consulting Engineers]
1113Demographics, 1983
[Population characteristics]
1114Emergency Broadcast System
1115FCC Form 301 Technical Change Transmission Line, 1979
1116FCC License Application, 1965
1117FCC License Renewal, 1974, 1977
1118FCC Newsletter, 1974-84
1119FM Broadcast Station License, 1972
1120Gauges of Performance, 1974-78
121Guidelines for Employee Discipline, 1974-75
122Handbook for Appointed Officials, 1975
123HR 12993, 1974
124Hypoing, 1975-76
125Inventory, 1974
126Mediastat Report, 1973-78
127Minority Reports, 1973-74
128New Studios Groundbreaking Ceremony, 1974
129New Studios 1, 1972-74
1210New Studios 2, 1972-74
1211Newspaper Clippings, 1970-78
1212Ordinances, 1922, 1970-75
1213Petition Not to Sell WRR, 1992
1214Pulse Report, 1968-72
131Recorded Conversations, 1974
132Research, undated
133Roger Mulder, 1976-77
134Southern Broadcasting, 1976, undated
135World AIDS Day - Quilt Project, 1995
136WRR AM-FM License Stats, 1977
137WRR Annual Problems and Needs, 1979
138WRR Annual Problems and Needs, 1980
139WRR Annual Problems and Needs, 1981
1310WRR Operations Manual, 1975
   Ascertainment Surveys
1311Agriculture, 1976-77
1312Business, 1976-77
1313Charities, 1976-77
1314Consumer Services, 1976-77
1315Culture, 1976-77
1316Education, 1976-77
1317Environment, 1976-77
1318Government, 1976-77
1319Labor, 1976
1320Military, 1976-77
1321Minority/Ethnic Groups, 1976-77
1322Mixed, 1976-77
1323Neighborhood and Fraternal Civic Groups, 1976-77
1324Organizations-Elderly, 1976-77
1325Organizations-Women, 1976-77
1326Organizations-Youth, 1976-77
1327Professions, 1976-77
1328Public Safety, Health, and Welfare, 1976-77
1329Recreation, 1976-77
   Boards and Commissions
141Radio Advisory Board, 1975
142Radio Advisory Board, 1976
143Radio Advisory Commission, 1977
144Radio Advisory Commission, 1978
145Radio Commission Annual Report, 1974 [2 copies]
146Radio Commission Attendance, 1971-78
147Radio Commission Meeting, 1970
148Radio Commission Meeting, 06/27/1972
149Radio Commission Meeting, 07/31/1972
1410Radio Commission Meeting, 08/22/1972
1411Radio Commission Meeting, 09/26/1972
1412Radio Commission Meeting, 10/31/1972
1413Radio Commission Meeting, 11/28/1972
1414Radio Commission Meeting, 07/27/1973
1415Radio Commission Meeting, 01/22/1974
1416Radio Commission Meeting, 03/19/1974
1417Radio Commission Meeting, 04/30/1974
1418Radio Commission Meeting, 05/28/1974
151Radio Commission Meeting, 09/24/1974
152Radio Commission Meeting, 10/29/1974
153Radio Commission Meeting, 11/19/1974
154Radio Commission Meeting, 01/21/1975
155Radio Commission Meeting, 02/18/1975
156Radio Commission Meeting, 04/09/1975
157Radio Commission Meeting, 05/22/1975
158Radio Commission Meeting, 07/29/1975
159Radio Commission Minutes, 1957-59
1510Radio Commission Minutes, 1960-64
1511Radio Commission Minutes, 1965
1512Radio Commission Minutes, 1966
1513Radio Commission Minutes, 1967
1514Radio Commission Minutes, 1968
1515Radio Commission Minutes, 1969
1516Radio Commission Minutes, 1971
1517Radio Commission Minutes, 1972
1518Radio Commission Minutes, 1973
   Contracts
161American Research Bureau, 1966-76
162American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers 1, 1967-74
163American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers 2, 1967-74
164Atwood-Richards, 1973-77
165B. Dalton Booksellers, 1976-77
166Barrett-Gormin, 1976-78
167 Best Choice Magazine, 1976
168BMI, 1974-78
169Boardman Aviation, 1976
1610Brockway Associates, 1976
1611Christian Science Monitor, 1977
1612Concert Music Satellite System, 1984-86
1613D&K Advertising, 1978
1614Dallas Blackhawks, 1973-77
1615Dallas Tornado Soccer Club, 1974-75
1616Frank Music Corporation, 1975-76
1617Frontier Airlines, 1973-74
1618Gold Rush Program, 1976-77
1619Herbert Groskin and Co., 1962-79
1620Highland Park Football, 1976-77
1621Houston Astros, 1976-78
1622Houston Oilers, 1976
1623Jack Masla & Company, 1976-77
1624Keyes Corporation, 1975-76
1625Mesquite Football, 1975-76
1626Mutual Broadcasting 1, 1966-77
1627Mutual Broadcasting 2, 1966-77
171NBC Information, 1975-76
172Notre Dame Football, 1973-74
173Parrish Associates, 1976
174Pittman, Lovett, Ford, and Hennessy 1, 1974-77
175Pittman, Lovett, Ford, and Hennessy 2, 1974-77
176Riley Representatives, 1977
177Savali/Gates, 1976-77
178Sheraton Corporation, 1960-75
179Spot Advertising 1, 1969
1710Spot Advertising 2, 1970
1711Spot Advertising 3, 1970
1712Spot Advertising 4, 1972
1713Spot Advertising 5, 1973-75
1714Spot Advertising 6, 1973-75
181Texas International Airlines, 1974-75
182Texas Sports Network, 1976
183Trade Agreement - Faulk Planning, 1974-75
184Trade Agreement - AAA Auto Club, 1976-78
185Trade Agreement - Allman Companies, 1976
186Trade Agreement - BankAmericard, 1975
187Trade Agreement - Benihana Restaurant, 1976
188Trade Agreement - Broadcast Marketing, 1975-77
189Trade Agreement - Budget Rent-A-Car, 1974-75
1810Trade Agreement - Caldwell Printing, 1976
1811Trade Agreement - Dallas Morning News, 1977
1812Trade Agreement - Dallas Times Herald, 1975
1813Trade Agreement - Hart Furniture, 1975
1814Trade Agreement - Iconoclast, 1975-76
1815Trade Agreement - Inter/Media (Phone Mate), 1976
1816Trade Agreement - KOAX, 1976
1817Trade Agreement - Kwik Kopy, 1975
1818Trade Agreement - KXAS TX, 1975
1819Trade Agreement - Metroplex Helicopter, 1977
1820Trade Agreement - Midland International, 1976
1821Trade Agreement - Miracle Ford, 1977
1822Trade Agreement - Mitch Lewis Associates, 1976
1823
Trade Agreement - Mixed, 1969-77
[Oak Cliff Tribune, Sheldon Communications, Inc., KXTX, The  Midlothian Mirror, Mesquite Daily News, Times-Chronicle Newspapers, Arlington Daily News, News-Texan, Inc., Papillion Restaurant, First American Financial, National Singles Register, Winston Network, Inc., Planned Profits of Texas, Forester Radio-Telephone Service, 3M National Advertising Company, Radio Shack, KNUS, Essenfield Wholesale Jewelers, Financial Trend, KOAX, McKenzie Floor Company, Royal Tokyo Restaurant, The Chablis and The Creperie, Granny's Dinner Theater, Nortex Electronic Calculators, Inc., Brentano's, Tropicana Hotel, Littlestone Company, Dominique Restaurant, Adolphus Hotel, Shamrock Hilton, La Quinta Motor Inns, Alexander's Restaurant, Brennan's French Restaurant]
18
24Trade Agreement - Rains-Albright (Salvage Carpets & Duffy's Furniture), 1974
18
25Trade Agreement Reports, 1976
1826Trade Agreement - Shepherd Printing, 1977
1827Trade Agreement - Sheraton Inn, 1975
1828Trade Agreement - Texas Monthly, 1974-75
1829Trade Agreement - The Allen Company, 1974
1830Trade Agreement - The Texas Observer, 1976
1831Trade Agreement - Tom Myers and Associates, 1976
1832Trade Agreement - Underground Shopper, 1974-75
1833Trade Agreement - Universal Weather Service, 1976
1834Trade Agreement - World Tennis Magazine, 1977
1835UPI, 1873-77
1836William B Tanner Co., 1974
1837World Championship Tennis, 1976
   Correspondence
1837ABC Radio, 1974-77
1838Abe Lincoln Awards, 1973-75
1840Action Center, 1974-77
191Advertising Agencies 1, 1974-77
192Advertising Agencies 2, 1974-77
193Bonneville Corporation, 1977
194CBS, 1977
195City Hall, 1974-76
196Congressional, 1974-75
197D Magazine, 1974-78
198Dallas Association of Radio Station Managers, 1976-77
199Dallas Chamber of Commerce, 1975
1910Editorials, 1975
1911Elkins Scholarship, 1974-75
1912Favour 1, 1974-78
1913Favour 2, 1974-78
1914First Presbyterian Church, 1965-67
1915Ford Foundation, 1976
1916Format Development, 1974-75
1917Fraudulent Billing, 1973
1918General 1, 1975-78
201General 2, 1975-78
202General 3, 1975-78
203Giveaway, 1975
204Holland and Associates, Inc, 1974
205Houston Astros, 1970-76
206Houston Trip, 1974
207Internship Program, 1976
208KDFW TV, 1975
209Listener Editorials, 1975
2010Listener Mail 1, 1975-84
2011Listener Mail 2, 1975-84
2012Listener Mail 3, 1975-84
211Listener Mail 4, 1975-84
212Listener Mail 5, 1975-84
213Listener Mail 6, 1975-84
214Listener Mail 7, 1975-84
215Lottery, 1975
216MasterCharge, 1974
217National Association of Broadcasters, 1973-74
218National Radio Broadcasting Association, 1976
219NBC, 1975-77
2110New York Trip, 1974
2111NIS Advisory Council, 1976
2112Nixon Resignation Album, 1976
2113North American Radio Alliance, 1977
2114North Texas State University, 1974
2115Offages, 1976
2116Proctor Press, 1974
2117Public Service, 1971-75
221Pulse Inc., 1962-74
222Radio Advertising Bureau, 1974-75
223Radio Commission 1, 1970-78
224Radio Commission 2, 1970-78
225Richard Martin, 1974
226SESAC, 1964-75
227Southland Corporation, 1975
228Southwest Airlines, 1974
229Texas Association of Broadcasters, 1974-76
2210Texas State Fair, 1966-82
2211Texas State Network, 1977
2212Tracy Locke, 1974-75
   Friends of WRR
2213Accounting, 1991-93
2214"Airtime" - Music of the Metroplex, 1990-92, undated
2215"Airtime" Releases, 1992-93
2216Arts Update Spots, 1992, undated
2217ATT, 1995
231Board Meeting 1, 1992
232Board Meeting 2, 1992
233Board Members, 1991, undated
234Classical Countdown/School Supply Drive, 1994
235Correspondence, 1992-93
236Executive Committee Meeting, 1993
237Friends of WRR 1, 1990-94
238Friends of WRR 2, 1994-95
239Friends of WRR 3, 1994-95
2310Friends of WRR 4, undated
241Friends of WRR 5, undated
[Minutes of first organizational meeting, bylaws, Articles of Incorporation]
242Membership Campaign and Reception, 1993
243Membership Campaign Materials, 1992, undated
244Volunteers, 1993, undated
   Memoranda
245Bill Whitley, 1974-76
246Eddie Hill, 1974-75
247Houston Astros, 1974-78
248Internet, 1997
249Jim Lawrence, 1977
2410Joe McChesney, 1977-78
2411John Crawford, 1976
2412NBC Articles, 1975
2413Paul Pryor, 1974-76
2414Pittman Lovett, 1975
2415Policy, 1975
2416Public Service Activities, 1974-76
2417Request to Revise Budget, 1974
2418Ruth Lafever, 1975
2419Staff, 1974-78
2420Telephone System, 1974-77
2421Tom Tully, 1977-78
2422WRR-FM Program Advisory Committee, 1975
   Programming
251Daily Operating Logs, 1972-73
252Daily Program Logs, 1972-73
253Exxon SW Conference Football, 1974
254FCC Political Reports, 1966-68
255Legal, 1959
256Mean Green Network, 1974
257Metropolitan Opera, 1971-74
258Mystery Sound Contest, 1957
259Political Broadcast Agreements 1, 1968-69
2510Political Broadcast Agreements 2, 1970
2511Political Broadcast Agreements 3, 1972-73
2512Political Broadcast Agreements 4, 1980-84
2513Political Broadcast Forms, 1973
2514Political Inquiry Forms, 1978-82
2515Program Changes - AM, 1974-75
2516Program Changes - FM, 1974-75
2517Standard Rate and Data,  1973-78
261WFAA, 1988-90
262WRR-FM Exhibit 11, undated
263WRR-FM Exhibit 13, 1977
264WRR-FM Exhibit 14 (Logs), 1976
265WRR History 1, 1925-66, undated
266WRR History 2, 1959-1975
   Media
267Morton Myerson Center, 1989
268Pictures 1, 1970, undated
[Prints and slides]
269Pictures 2, undated
[Prints]
271Pictures 3, 1973, undated
[Prints]
272Pictures 4, 1974, undated
[Prints]
273Press 1, 1939-19 98
274Press 2, undated
275Scrapbook 1, 1983-84
[Photocopy of original magnetic-paged album that contained event photos, news clippings, and invitations.  Photocopy shows original page layout and order of photos.  Album disassembled after copying.]
276Scrapbook 2, 1983-84
[Original album contents.]
277Scrapbook 3, 1983-84
[Original album contents.]
278Scrapbook 4, 1983-84
[Original album contents.]
279Scrapbook 5, 1983-84
[Original album contents.]
281Scrapbook 6, 1983-84
[Original album contents.]
282WRR Promo Map
33 1 reel 1/4"-tape.  Al Jones on "Affiliated Grocery/BakeRite Show", ca. 1950
33 3 reels 1/4"-tape.  Contents unknown, undated
33  Artifacts
33 CD - March of the Day, 2003
33 CD - Unknown content, undated
33 DVD - Classical WRR 101.1 FM History, undated
33 WRR coffee mug
33 WRR T-shirt


Container List For Addition 2

Box Folder ​Description, Date
2​8
3
​Licensing applications and support documentation, 1927-1934
[Copies.  Original documents reside with the National Archives and Records Administration.]


Container List For Addition 3

Box
Folder
Description, Date
28
4Clippings, invitations, and mailers, 1988
[from a single binder]
285Clippings, invitations, and mailers 1, 1989
[from a single binder]
286Clippings, invitations, and mailers 1, 1989
[from a single binder]
287Clippings, invitations, and mailers, 1991
[from a single binder]
288Clippings, invitations, and mailers, 1992-1994
[from a single binder]
289Clippings, invitations, and mailers, 1995
[from a single binder]
2810Letterhead, undated
2811Media sponsor table tent, undated
291Photographs - WRR events and appearances, 1980s and 1990s
292Programs - From the Top, 2/9/2002
293Pronunciation Guide, undated
294Special Programs, undated
295WRR Program Guides, 1972-1983
[incomplete series]
296WRR Program Guides, 1991-1995
[incomplete series]
297WRR Program Guides, 1996-1997
[incomplete series]
298WRR Program Guides, 1998
[incomplete series]
299WRR Program Guides, 1999
301WRR Program Guides, 2000
302WRR Program Guides 1, 2001
303WRR Program Guides 2, 2001 
304WRR Program Guides 1, 2002
305WRR Program Guides 2, 2002
306WRR Program Guides, 2003
307WRR Program Guides, 2004
[incomplete series]
311WRR Program Guides, January 2005
312WRR Program Guides, 2006, undated 
[incomplete series]
31 CD - 15th Anniversary of the Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center, 2004
31 CD - Caroling at the Adolphus, 2001
31 CD - Dallas Symphony Orchestra Guild, undated
31 CD - March of the Day Volume 2, 2004
31 CD - NTDTV Chinese New Year  Spectacular, 1/21/2007
31 VHS - Broadcast news reports, 6/16/2002
31 VHS - Broadcast news reports, 7/29/1999
31 VHS - Picnic in the Park, Dallas Arboretum, 9/6/1999
31 VHS - Press Event - WRR 50th CD/Web Launch/Jim Lowe Award, Tower Records Dallas raw footage, 11/23/1999
31 VHS - Unusual City Jobs, 11/7/1999
32 Photographs - WRR events and appearances, undated
[Lupe Murchison Opening, Kahn's, Select Comfort, Auto Show, Kids-Kids-Kids, Baylor Press Event, Arlington Camera, Castle Gap, Paint Your Piano, Parkland Hospital, Baldwin Family Music, Barnes and Noble/Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Tower Records/Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Grissom's Jeweler's, Bass Hall, Jaguar, John Peter Smith Hospital, Bon Appetit, Picnic in the Park]


Container List For Addition 4

BoxFolder​Description, Date
34

Engineering Data Book, 1942














 

 


 

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