Gallant American Women

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.


4479. Gallant American Women. December 12, 1939. Program #7. Blue Network. "Laws and The Woman". Sustaining. Dramatizations of how American women achieved equality under the law. The program is produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Jane Ashman (writer), Helene Bamberger (assistant writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Rudolph Schramm (composer), Eugenie Leonard. 28:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4480. Gallant American Women. December 26, 1939. Program #9. Blue Network. "Women and The Sea". Sustaining. Dramatizations of how women have gone down to the sea in ships. The program is produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Rudolph Schramm (composer), Eugenie Leonard, Jane Ashman (writer), Helene Bamberger (assistant writer). 28:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4481. Gallant American Women. January 2, 1940. Program #10. Blue Network. "Women Of Learning". Sustaining. How daring women raised the barriers against their admission to colleges and schools of trade. At one time, women were not admitted to colleges. The program is produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer). 28:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4482. Gallant American Women. January 9, 1940. Program #11. Blue Network. "Women As Teachers". Sustaining. At one time men did all the teaching. The story of how women took over and made it a woman's job. The program is produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of E]ucation, The Federal Security Agenecy and The Works projects Administration. Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer). 28:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4483. Gallant American Women. January 16, 1940. Program #12. Blue Network. "Women Explorers". Sustaining. The stories of women who traveled through the jungles and mountain paths, where none had gone before. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer). 28:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4484. Gallant American Women. January 23, 1940. Program #13. Blue Network. "Women Of Letters". Sustaining. Stories of famous American women writers and their achievements. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer), Jane Ashman (writer), Janet Sealy (assistant writer). 28:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4485. Gallant American Women. January 30, 1940. Program #14. Blue Network. "Ladies Of The Press". Sustaining. Dramatizations of the exploits of famous female publishers, editors, and reporters. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Ishbel Ross (assistant, author of "Ladies Of The Press"), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor). 27:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4486. Gallant American Women. February 6, 1940. Program #15. Blue Network. Sustaining. The lives of the mothers of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are dramatized. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer), Rosemary Benet (writer), Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor). 28:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4487. Gallant American Women. February 13, 1940. Program #16. Blue Network. "Fashions In Sentiment". Sustaining. A very well-done survey of American courtship customs over the years. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Rudolph Schramm (composer). 28:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4488. Gallant American Women. March 12, 1940. Program #19. Blue Network. "Women In Medicine". Sustaining. Dramatizations of the lives of famous women doctors and the troubles they had getting into medical school. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer), Kate Herd Meade (assistant writer), Janet Sealy (assistant Writer). 28:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4489. Gallant American Women. March 19, 1940. Program #20. Blue Network. "Women In Fashion". Sustaining. A very well-done montage about the follies of fashions for women over the years. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Aministration. Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer), Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor). 28:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4490. Gallant American Women. April 2, 1940. Program #22. Blue Network. "Women In Nursing". Sustaining. How famous women nurses entered the medical profession. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Rudolph Schramm (composer). 28:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4491. Gallant American Women. April 9, 1940. Program #23. Blue Network. "From Taverns To Tearooms". Sustaining. The story of women in the food service professions. Produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer), Jane Ashman (writer), Eva Hantzel (program supervisor). 28:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4492. Gallant American Women. April 16, 1940. Program #24. Blue Network. "Women In Science". Sustaining. Women who look through telescopes, microscopes, and who are active in other branches of science. produced in co-operation with The United States Office Of Education, The Federal Security Agency and The Works Projects Administration. Eva Hantzel (program supervisor), Mary R. Beard (The World Center For Women's Archives: historical consultant), Eugenie Leonard, Rudolph Schramm (composer), Irve Tunick (writer), Janet Sulling (? writer assistant). 28:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 14 programs.