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About the Birmingham Black Radio Museum
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Finding Aid to the Collection
BIRMINGHAM TIMES: Birmingham Black Radio Museum Maintains Unique Aspect of Local Heritage
ALABAMA NEWSCENTER: Birmingham Black Radio Museum maintains unique aspect of local heritage
IMLS Announces Grants of $1.4 Million for African American History and Culture Museums
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William Faush, Oral History Transcript
William Faush discusses his start in radio at WBCO in Bessemer
Black and white photograph portrait of William Faush, depicted with eyes closed and hands held together in prayer. On photograph, an inscription, "May God Bless You / Scrapbook Readers / 'Faush'," in black marker.
Don Solomon, Oral History
Don Solomon discusses WVOK and Leroy Garrett.
Don Solomon, Oral History Transcript
Don Solomon discusses Leroy Garrett and the advent of Black Radio in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Heavenly Four
A black and white group portrait of The Heavenly Four Gospel Quartet with their manager, Leroy Garrett.
Ben Alexander, Oral History
Ben Alexander discusses the history of WEDR
Ben Alexander, Oral History Transcript
Conversation with Ben Alexander regarding the history of broadcasting in Birmingham.
Ben Alexander, WEDR, 1950
Black and white photograph of Ben Alexander in the studio at WEDR, clipped from a newspaper or magazine.
Jesse Champion, Oral History
Jesse Champion discusses the Grand Terrace in Bessemer and remote broadcasting in early Black radio.
Jesse Champion, Oral History Transcript
Jesse Champion discusses early broadcast history and his start in Black radio.