Mystery Monday: Early Radio History
Are you a Super Sleuth, A Sleuth, A Sidekick or an Amateur? Play to find out.

Today's task: Delve into Early Radio History at the American Radio History Archives to discover broadcasts of yesteryear, radio personalities, mysteries and more.

Here's how to play:

Step 1: Need a few tips on searching the Early Radio History Archives? Click here: https://youtu.be/ItpD-rjIh7A

Step 2: Begin the hunt! https://www.americanradiohistory.com/hd2/IDX-Site-Early-Radio/search.cgi

Step 3: Use your skills to locate the answers to the questions below and then hit submit to receive your Sleuth Level badge.

If you need a hint or have questions or recommendations for an upcoming Mystery Monday, email Erin Robinson at erinr@derrypl.org
Optional: Your Name
Your answer
Email (Optional, but necessary in order to receive your Sleuth Badge!)
Your answer
Who was "Lady X" and why was her story reported in Rural Radio Magazine?
Your answer
What was the "Alice in Philcoland" publication about? What was one of their rhymes?
Your answer
Locate the article "Voices from the Air" published in Radio News, July 1922, p. 201. What was the actual cause of the noise?
Your answer
Who played Our Miss Brooks in the 1949 Radio Show of the same title?
Your answer
Who was the host of "Leave it to the Girls" as reported in Radio Row in the winter spring issue of 1947.
Your answer
What radio station could you tune into in 1934 to hear "Police Calls" in New Bedford, Mass?
Your answer
In the article "The Cause of Freak Messages," published in Radio News, December 1920, what does the author say is the reason Freak Messages can travel better by night than by day?
Your answer
What was "One Way Or Another" by Erald A. Schivo?
Your answer
What was the "Thirty Minutes Behind the Walls" broadcast about? Who were the two main announcers?
Your answer
Locate the Radio Map of the United States, Revised Dec. 3rd, 1927. What two New Hampshire towns are listed?
Your answer
Bonus Question: Visit Old Radio World and locate an episode to listen to. What did you choose and what was your impression? Link: https://www.oldradioworld.com/
Your answer
Extra: Listen to this old prison radio rendition of "Influenza." What was your impression? Link: https://easttexashistory.org/items/show/39
Your answer
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy