Errand Of Mercy

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


33940. Errand Of Mercy. November 16, 1947. Program #6. Red Cross syndication. "Combination". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Dramas about the various services the Red Cross Provides. Untitled dramas are described by the service dramatized in the story. In October of 1948, a newly numbered series began, which ran through 1949. The 1947 series had a separate numbering system. This program is a drama of the Junior Red Cross. Gene Baker (narrator), Jerry Farber, Jimmy Ogg, Lurene Tuttle, Peter Leeds. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33941. Errand Of Mercy. November 23, 1947. Program #7. Red Cross syndication. "Insular Operations". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A story of disease and famine in the Philippines. Keye Luke, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33942. Errand Of Mercy. November 30, 1947. Program #8. Red Cross syndication. "The Sugar Drop". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of water safety. Jimmy Ogg, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Tommy Bernard. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33943. Errand Of Mercy. December 7, 1947. Program #9. Red Cross syndication. "Disaster Service". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A family's home is destroyed during the famous Galveston harbor explosion. Marjorie Reynolds, Eddie Fields, Anne Whitfield. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33944. Errand Of Mercy. October 10, 1948. Program #1. Red Cross syndication. "The Drifter". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A good story about a man who leaves his wife because of an old head wound. Gerald Mohr, Lurene Tuttle, Peter Leeds, Will Wright, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33945. Errand Of Mercy. October 17, 1948. Program #2. Red Cross syndication. "Dr. Colley". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Peggy Webber, Barton Yarborough, Peter Leeds, Barbara Fuller, Anne Stone, Rod O'Connor. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33946. Errand Of Mercy. November 7, 1948. Program #5. Red Cross syndication. "The Spark". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of disaster preparedness and relief. Verna Felton, Jack Webb, Lurene Tuttle, Rye Billsbury (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33947. Errand Of Mercy. November 14, 1948. Program #6. Red Cross syndication. "Combination". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama about the Junior Red Cross. Jerry Farber, Peter Leeds, Lurene Tuttle, Gene Baker (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

10641. Errand Of Mercy. November 21, 1948. Program #7. Red Cross syndication. "First Aid". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A cop on the beat finds aid course comes in pretty handy. Jack Webb. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10642. Errand Of Mercy. November 28, 1948. Program #8. Red Cross syndication. "Volunteer Services". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A Grey Lady helps a fog-bound sailor steer a straight course. Norman Peale, Gerald Mohr. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33948. Errand Of Mercy. December 5, 1948. Program #9. Red Cross syndication. "The Runaway". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of service to the armed forces. William Tracy, Barton Yarborough, Anne Stone, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33949. Errand Of Mercy. December 12, 1948. Program #10. Red Cross syndication. "The Snow Queen". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama about Red Cross first aid. Lurene Tuttle, Barton Yarborough, Jack Webb, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

10643. Errand Of Mercy. December 19, 1948. Program #11. Red Cross syndication. "The Frosted Pane". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. An amnesiac tries to piece together his past. Jack Webb, Lurene Tuttle, Barton Yarborough. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10644. Errand Of Mercy. December 26, 1948. Program #12. Red Cross syndication. "A Day In The Life Of Harry". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A veteran in a T. B. ward decides to make a movie. Barton Yarborough. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33950. Errand Of Mercy. January 16, 1949. Program #15. Red Cross syndication. "Lucky Charm". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama about first aid and accident prevention mobile emergency first aid units. Eddie Fields, Barton Yarborough, Rye Billsbury (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33951. Errand Of Mercy. January 23, 1949. Program #16. Red Cross syndication. "A Thousand Words". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama about Red Cross volunteer services. Herbert Rawlinson, Barton Yarborough, Anne Stone, Gerald Mohr, Rye Billsbury (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

10645. Errand Of Mercy. January 30, 1949. Program #17. Red Cross syndication. "Highway First Aid". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A man anxious to get home for his anniversary arrives a year late. Jack Webb. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10646. Errand Of Mercy. February 6, 1949. Program #18. Red Cross syndication. "Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The watchmaker will never walk again. Peter Leeds. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33952. Errand Of Mercy. February 13, 1949. Program #19. Red Cross syndication. "The Blood Is The Life". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A blood transfusion saves the life of an RH negative baby. Barbara Fuller, Gerald Mohr, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Lurene Tuttle, Norman Field, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33953. Errand Of Mercy. February 20, 1949. Program #20. Red Cross syndication. "Help For A Fighter". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A high school girl with a crushed leg must learn to have the confidence to walk again. Anne Stone, Barbara Fuller, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Janet Waldo, Martha Wentworth, Norman Field, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33954. Errand Of Mercy. February 27, 1949. Program #21. Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The story of four returned veterans who all benefitted from the services of the Red Cross. Gerald Mohr, Barton Yarborough, Jack Webb. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33955. Errand Of Mercy. March 6, 1949. Program #22. Red Cross syndication. "Hung Shu To Hoi". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A young Chinese girl traveling to New York alone is helped by the Red Cross. Anne Stone, Barbara Jean Wong, Barbara Fuller, Barton Yarborough, Eddie Fields, Elliott Lewis, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33956. Errand Of Mercy. April 11, 1949. Program #27. Red Cross syndication. "The Tinderbox". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A forest ranger sees thirty years of work go up in flames. Anne Stone, Eddie Fields, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Norman Field, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer), William Tracy. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33957. Errand Of Mercy. April 18, 1949. Program #28. Red Cross syndication. "Old As The Hills". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A young man tries to convince an old timer that flood preparedness is essential. Eddie Fields, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Joseph Granby, Peggy Webber, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33958. Errand Of Mercy. April 25, 1949. Program #29. Red Cross syndication. "Piano For Four Hands". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A mechanical pianist finally gives a great performance! William Tracy, Lurene Tuttle, Norman Field, Peter Leeds, Henry Blair, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33959. Errand Of Mercy. May 2, 1949. Program #30. Red Cross syndication. "The Canisters". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Forty years of work are lost from a kitchen counter during a flood. Earl Lee, Gene Baker (narrator), Jack Webb, Joseph Granby, Martha Wentworth. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33960. Errand Of Mercy. May 9, 1949. Program #31. Red Cross syndication. "Top Brass". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Papa can't handle the kids very well while Mama is in the hospital; the Red Cross is called in to help. Peter Leeds. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33961. Errand Of Mercy. May 16, 1949. Program #32. Red Cross syndication. "Letter Of Recommendation". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. An attempt to get a job as a news writer, with special problems and qualifications. Lurene Tuttle, Verna Felton, Eddie Fields, Frank Gerstle, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33962. Errand Of Mercy. May 23, 1949. Program #33. Red Cross syndication. "The Unknown". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A boy who was once terrified of the water saves a little girl from drowning. Bill Grey, Jack Webb, Jeanine Roos, Jimmy Ogg, Peggy Webber, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33963. Errand Of Mercy. May 30, 1949. Program #34. Red Cross syndication. "The Sample". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A Veteran leaving the VA hospital is helped to buy a tomato farm by the Red Cross. Barbara Fuller, Earl Lee, Eddie Fields, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer), William Tracy. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33964. Errand Of Mercy. June 6, 1949. Program #35. Red Cross syndication. "The Buried Hatchet". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A museum curator discovers canoe safety! Barton Yarborough, Betty Pierce, Gerald Mohr, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Jack Webb, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33965. Errand Of Mercy. June 13, 1949. Program #36. Red Cross syndication. "Moon Over A Filling Station". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A portrait of middle-America that raises a ruckus! Henry Blair, Joseph Granby, Lillian Buyeff, Peter Leeds, Selena Royle. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33966. Errand Of Mercy. June 20, 1949. Program #37. Red Cross syndication. "The Other Side Of The Hedge". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A fourteen year old boy with a new sister and an old problem. Billy Gray, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Jack Webb, Jimmy Ogg, Lillian Buyeff, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33967. Errand Of Mercy. June 26, 1949. Program #38. Red Cross syndication. "Long Way Home". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Anne Stone, Barton Yarborough, Herbert Rawlinson, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Lois Corbett, Norman Field, Rod O'Connor (announcer), William Frasey. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33968. Errand Of Mercy. July 31, 1949. Program #43. Red Cross syndication. "Piano Lessons". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A piano teacher loses everything in a forest fire. Barbara Fuller, Henry Blair, Herb Ellis, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33969. Errand Of Mercy. August 7, 1949. Program #44. Red Cross syndication. "Exchange". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A man learns radio writing in a VA hospital with the help of the Red Cross. Edward King (director), Gerald Mohr, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Jack Webb, Lillian Buyeff, Olan Soule, Peter Leeds, Robert North. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33970. Errand Of Mercy. January 1, 1950. Program #65. Red Cross syndication. "Emblem On The Door". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A year-end summary. Anne Stone, Barbara Fuller, Gerald Mohr, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Lurene Tuttle, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer), William Tracy. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33971. Errand Of Mercy. January 8, 1950. Program #66. Red Cross syndication. "The Lamp". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A new lamp, a little boy and a disaster. Barbara Fuller, Herbert Rawlinson, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Jack Webb, Lois Corbett, Peter Leeds, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48023. Errand Of Mercy. January 15, 1950. Program #67. Red Cross syndication. "Quotation". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A wounded war vet comes to grips with reality. Alma Lawton, Art Brierly (engineer), Barbara Fuller, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Kenneth Greenberg (writer), Louis Graf (producer, director), Olan Soule, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Wayne Kenworthy (sound effects), William Tracy. 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48024. Errand Of Mercy. March 5, 1950. Program #74. Red Cross syndication. "A Year Ago". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A reporter's son is burned in a theatre fire. Eddie Fields, Irma Glen (composer, conductor), Jeffrey Silver, Louis Graf (producer, director), Lurene Tuttle, Olan Soule, Ray Ferguson (engineer), Robert M. Miller (writer), Rod O'Connor (announcer), Sonny Barnett, Wayne Kenworthy (sound effects), William Tracy. 14:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33973. Errand Of Mercy. September 7, 1952. Program #205. Red Cross syndication. "Two Hands". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross service to veterans. Sam Edwards, Barbara Eiler, Joe Forte, Ned LeFevre (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33972. Errand Of Mercy. September 14, 1952. Program #206. Red Cross syndication. "Giovanni and Son". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross service to the armed forces. Ted de Corsia, GeGe Pearson, Barbara Fuller, Ned LeFevre (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33974. Errand Of Mercy. September 21, 1952. Program #207. Red Cross syndication. "Between Holidays". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama about the Junior Red Cross. Henry Blair, Anne Whitfield, Hy Averback, Ned LeFevre (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33975. Errand Of Mercy. September 28, 1952. Program #208. Red Cross syndication. "The Tinder Box". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A Red Cross fire prevention drama. Frank Nelson, GeGe Pearson, Olan Soule, Shepard Menken, Ned LeFevre (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33976. Errand Of Mercy. October 5, 1952. Program #209. Red Cross syndication. "Enter Miss Nightingale". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A about the nursing service. Barbara Eiler, Gil Stratton, Hy Averback (announcer), Lurene Tuttle, Will Wright. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33977. Errand Of Mercy. October 12, 1952. Program #210. Red Cross syndication. "From Winston To Butch". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of the Red Cross blood program. Dick Beals, Lurene Tuttle, Les Tremayne, Frank Nelson, Hy Averback (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33978. Errand Of Mercy. October 19, 1952. Program #211. Red Cross syndication. "The Key". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Lurene Tuttle, Parley Baer, Hy Averback (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33979. Errand Of Mercy. October 26, 1952. Program #212. Red Cross syndication. "The Other One". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross First Aid. Jeffrey Silver, Barbara Eiler, GeGe Pearson, Joe Forte. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33980. Errand Of Mercy. November 2, 1952. Program #213. Red Cross syndication. "The Invisible Gift". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of the Junior Red Cross. Mary Lansing, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33981. Errand Of Mercy. November 9, 1952. Program #214. Red Cross syndication. "Tom's Wife". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross home nursing. Jeanne Bates, Olan Soule, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Sammy Ogg, Verna Felton, Will Wright. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33982. Errand Of Mercy. November 16, 1952. Program #215. Red Cross syndication. "No More Tomorrows". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of the Red Cross blood program. Anne Whitfield, Barbara Fuller, Dick Beals, Lurene Tuttle, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Sammy Ogg. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33983. Errand Of Mercy. November 23, 1952. Program #216. Red Cross syndication. "Jimmy Is For Luck". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross disaster relief. Raymond Burr, Hy Averback, Ted de Corsia, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

33984. Errand Of Mercy. November 30, 1952. Program #217. Red Cross syndication. "Thanks Is Not A Word". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross service to veterans. Gil Stratton, Hy Averback (announcer), Jeanne Bates, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Sam Edwards. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33985. Errand Of Mercy. December 7, 1952. Program #218. Red Cross syndication. "Tough Guy". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross service to the armed forces. Barbara Fuller, Frank Nelson, Gil Stratton, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Ted de Corsia. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33986. Errand Of Mercy. December 14, 1952. Program #219. Red Cross syndication. "The Drifter". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross service to veterans. Vic Perrin, Jeanne Bates, Hy Averback, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33987. Errand Of Mercy. December 21, 1952. Program #220. Red Cross syndication. "Love For Christmas". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross service groups. Lurene Tuttle, Verna Felton, Dick Beals, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33988. Errand Of Mercy. December 28, 1952. Program #221. Red Cross syndication. "Remember This". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A year-end round-up of Red Cross activities. Rod O'Connor, Verna Felton. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33989. Errand Of Mercy. January 4, 1953. Program #222. Red Cross syndication. "The Equation". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of the Red Cross blood program. Hy Averback, Barbara Eiler, Barbara Fuller, Shepard Menken, Will Wright, Frank Nelson, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

33990. Errand Of Mercy. January 11, 1953. Program #223. Red Cross syndication. "Escape". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama about the Red Cross service groups. Virginia Gregg, Barbara Luddy, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33991. Errand Of Mercy. January 18, 1953. Program #224. Red Cross syndication. "Millie Is A Lady". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Junior Red Cross. Barbara Luddy, Anne Whitfield, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33992. Errand Of Mercy. January 25, 1953. Program #225. Red Cross syndication. "McGillicutty's Cat". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross disaster services. Verna Felton, Tudor Owen, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33993. Errand Of Mercy. February 1, 1953. Program #226. Red Cross syndication. "Annual Banquet". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross first aid. Frank Nelson, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33994. Errand Of Mercy. February 8, 1953. Program #227. Red Cross syndication. "H With A Southern Accent". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross home nursing. Vic Perrin, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Alma Lawton. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33995. Errand Of Mercy. February 15, 1953. Program #228. Red Cross syndication. "The Four Corners". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross and veterans organizations. Hy Averback, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33996. Errand Of Mercy. February 22, 1953. Program #229. Red Cross syndication. "More Than Bricks and Mortar". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross disaster services. Paul Richards, Hy Averback, Anne Whitfield, Jeanne Bates, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33997. Errand Of Mercy. March 1, 1953. Program #230. Red Cross syndication. "The Story You Wrote". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A Red Cross campaign documentary. Ned LeFevre, GeGe Pearson, Joe Forte, Dick Beals, Hy Averback, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33998. Errand Of Mercy. March 8, 1953. Program #231. Red Cross syndication. "A Living Tribute". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A nursing documentary about Jane Delano Day. Virginia Gregg, Betty Lou Gerson, Barbara Fuller, Shepard Menken, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

33999. Errand Of Mercy. March 15, 1953. Program #232. Red Cross syndication. "Not Such A Bad Night". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A drama of Red Cross service groups. Les Tremayne, Betty Lou Gerson, GeGe Pearson, Tyler McVey, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

34000. Errand Of Mercy. March 22, 1953. Program #233. Red Cross syndication. "The Blood Is The Life". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A program about the Red Cross blood program. Les Tremayne, Betty Lou Gerson, Alice Backes, Herbert Rawlinson, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

34001. Errand Of Mercy. March 29, 1953. Program #234. Red Cross syndication. "The Gunniston Case". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A program of Red Cross service to veterans. Betty Lou Gerson, GeGe Pearson, Tyler McVey, Rod O'Connor (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

53577. Errand Of Mercy. August 16, 1953. Program #254. Red Cross syndication. "Bill's Mother". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A new bride meets her mother-in-law for the first time. Shortly afterwards, Bill's mother has a stroke. Barbara Eiler, Bob Brook (engineer), Ellen Wadleigh (writer), Gil Stratton, Irma Glen (organist), Lloyd Creekmore (sound effects), Louis Graf (producer, director), Lurene Tuttle, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Tyler McVey. 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53562. Errand Of Mercy. August 23, 1953. Program #255. Red Cross syndication. "End Of The Line". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. After forty years of service, a railroad man is given a watch a put out to pasture. Barbara Luddy, Bill Amadon (engineer), Bob Miller (writer), Irma Glen (organist), Joe Forte, Kate McKenna, Lloyd Creekmore (sound effects), Louis Graf (producer, director), Norman Field, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Will Wright. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53565. Errand Of Mercy. August 27, 1953. Program #260. Red Cross syndication. "Wind Of Running Ridge". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A tornado hits an isolated Kentucky community, and nobody seems to know about it! Bill Brownell (sound effects), Bill Naney (writer), Gerald Mohr, Irma Glen (organist), John Pollack (engineer), Louis Graf (producer, director), Norman Field, Robert Esson, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Will Wright. 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53563. Errand Of Mercy. August 30, 1953. Program #256. Red Cross syndication. "The Red Crayon Messages". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The daily newspaper arrives with several stories circled in red...and with good reason. Bob Miller (writer), Frank Nelson, Gerald Mohr, Irma Glen (organist), Lloyd Creekmore (sound effects), Lloyd Jones (engineer), Louis Graf (producer, director), Lurene Tuttle, Mary Lansing, Rod O'Connor (announcer), Sammy Ogg, Tyler McVey. 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53568. Errand Of Mercy. September 6, 1953. Program #257. Red Cross syndication. "The Citizen". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. An immigrant army wife is having difficulty visiting her husband in the army stationed in Germany. Alma Lawton, Art Brierly (engineer), Ellen Wadleigh (writer), Helen Andrews, Irma Glen (organist), Lloyd Creekmore (sound effects), Louis Graf (producer, director), Rod O'Connor (announcer), Will Wright. 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53569. Errand Of Mercy. September 13, 1953. Program #258. Red Cross syndication. "The Recluse". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Mrs. Aynlsey seems to have no friends and seldom leaves her house. Barbara Luddy, Bill Amadon (engineer), Edith Tackna, Ellen Wadleigh (writer), Irma Glen (organist), Lloyd Creekmore (sound effects), Louis Graf (producer, director), Rod O'Connor (announcer), Shepard Menken, Verna Felton. 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

53564. Errand Of Mercy. September 20, 1953. Program #259. Red Cross syndication. "George From Now On". Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. A young boy thinks he's old enough to own a shotgun and go hunting with his father. Bill Brownell (sound effects), Bob Miller (writer), Frank Nelson, Howard Cooley (engineer), Irene Tedrow, Irma Glen (organist), Joe Forte, Louis Graf (producer, director), Rod O'Connor (announcer), Sammy Ogg. 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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