What's on the Air?

December 1936
New Republic;12/23/36, Vol. 89 Issue 1151, p248
The article provides information about several television programs in the U.S. Charl Ormond Williams, president of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, surveys "Women Elected to Office in 1936" on Saturday, December 19, 1936 on CBS Broadcasting Inc. channel. Charles Dana Gibson, James Truslow Adams, Nancy Hale, William Allea White, Marcia Davenport and others at Scribner's 50th anniversary party, Saturday, December 19, to be aired on NBC Television Network.


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