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Barrelman Radio Program
TitleBarrelman Radio Program
Creator of ContentBarrelman (Radio program)
Date of Content1937-1955
SubjectBarrelman (Radio program)
O'Leary Newfoundland (Radio Program)
Radio broadcasting--Newfoundland and Labrador
Popular culture--Newfoundland and Labrador
Radio scripts
Correspondence
Scope and Content of FondsThis collection contains the papers of The Barrelman radio program, the scripts of which were generated by Joseph R. Smallwood and Michael F. Harrington, the two announcers who served as the Barrelman in St. John's. The St. John's scripts were recycled for the Corner Brook series, which was entitled O'Leary Newfoundland Program and hosted by Stan O'Leary, brother of the program's sponsor, F.M. O'Leary. These vary somewhat from the St. John's scripts and are also included in the collection. This collection will be of interest to historians and biographers researching Smallwood's and Harrington's early careers; those studying the lives of other prominent Newfoundlanders, especially those who made a name for themselves outside Newfoundland; folklorists, who will find a wealth of material on a wide range of folkloristic genres; those interested in early radio programming in Newfoundland, as well as diversions of the time; students of vernacular literature; and anyone seeking a sampling of Newfoundland's history, culture and social life.
Extent of Fonds6.75 meters
Author of Finding AidWeir, Gail
Date of Finding Aid1992
ContributorsSmallwood, Joseph Roberts, 1900-1991
Harrington, Michael, 1916-
F. M. O'Leary Ltd.
LocationCanada-Newfoundland and Labrador
Resource TypeFinding Aid
TypeText
FormatText/XML
IdentifierCOLL-028
Languageen
RelationThe Barrelman : making Newfoundland better known to Newfoundlanders. Micro/Film/666|bNFLD
CollectionArchives and Special Collections Finding Aids (EAD)
SponsorMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections Division
RestrictionsMaterial in this collection may not be used in any publication without the written permission of F.J. O'Leary. All patrons should be aware that copyright regulations state that any copy of archival material is to be used solely for the purpose of research and private study. Any use of the copy for any other purpose may require the authorization of the copyright owner. It is the patron's responsibility to obtain such authorization.
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