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There are 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom, plus a spacious living room, dining room and kitchen. Feel pampered in the luxurious pillow top queen bed, rest in one of the two comfy twin beds, or use the air mattress available for a maximum of 5 guests. Amenities include complimentary coffee and tea, off-street parking, telephone, Cable TV, Wi-fi, central air conditioning, and a full kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave and dishes to prepare meals if desired.
Fresh cotton bedding, fluffy towels, a hair dryer, shampoo, conditioner and individual soaps are also provided. Plan to stay a few days in West Liberty to explore all it has to offer. Open all year around, it boasts having the largest and most perfectly formed pure white crystal stalactite found in any cave — the Crystal King.
Full gourmet breakfast served each morning. Whether you are there on business in the Wilmington area, visiting nearby Wilmington College, or looking for a getaway in a small town setting, their convenient accommodations are sure to please you. Ride the healthy happy horses. Historic barns, spacious rooms, queen-sized beds, private baths, bountiful homemade breakfast, outdoor hot tub, ponds, row boat, hiking, rocking chairs. It has now been over two centuries since its commencement, and this establishment is still in operation.
Over the years, this historic inn has been visited by 12 presidents, spanning from John Quincy Adams to George W. Other prominent historical figures have visited, including Charles Dickens and Mark Twain. Accordingly, each overnight room is named after a famous guest that has stayed there. The rooms are also complete with antique furnishings, a private bath, television and telephone. This inn is believed by many to be haunted, prominently by the ghost of Sarah Stubbs. Sarah grew up in the Golden Lamb after her father died in , and her uncle, Albert Stubbs, took over the operation.
On top of ghost hunting, guests can also enjoy the tavern and very popular restaurant for dining. Great Wolf Lodge in Mason, Ohio: Something for everyone in the family!
Great Wolf Lodge will be a first-class, full-service family destination resort and conference center, designed to capture the atmosphere and adventure of the north woods. Two suites are available in addition to camping cabins at this bed and breakfast between Cincinnati and Dayton.
Gregory Creek Inn is located on Niederman Family Farm and has great views of the rural countryside with plenty to do on the farm or at nearby attractions.
Each suite comes with two queen-size beds, private bathroom with shower, personal living area, cable TV, refrigerator, clock radio, microwave oven, coffee maker, couch and sitting chairs, table and chairs, sink, private exit to outside and more. Guests also have access to main living area with fireplace, an outdoor deck, and another screened in deck.
In fact, a review of the frequently-filled-and-replaced Guest Book reveals that it is common for guests to rank Hearthstone Inn with some of the finest lodging experiences in the world. Guests can take a relaxing break in the soothing glove leather sofa and let their imaginations whisk them away to some far-away place, being inspired by the surrounding art of Thomas Kinkade.
Guests are captivated by sparkling and radiant custom stained glass balcony window crafted in nearby Yellow Springs, Ohio. Museum displays featuring the history of the local area and the Civil War period are intriguing and educational. Stately, magnificent hand-hewn barn beams, made in , surround the breakfast commons beneath the second-floor balcony. While at first impression its rural location, being ten miles from the nearest cities Springfield and Xenia may seem out-of-the-way, guests soon realize that Hearthstone is actually located just minutes from numerous tourist attractions.
And what attractions there are! Hikers can enjoy nearby Indian Mound Reserve, just outside of village limits, which features a foot chasm, water fall, magnificent springtime Phlox fields, and an foot high Indian mound. The historic Clifton Mill www. Entertaining thousands of visitors each year, a visit to Clifton Mill is especially endearing during the Christmas holiday season when it is ablaze with three million lights. While in Clifton, the popular Clifton Gorge features wonderful hiking — not strenuous at all — and some outstanding views of the Little Miami River.
This is the same area where frontiersmen Simon Kenton and Daniel Boone wandered prior to Ohio statehood. Connected with the famous Little Miami Bike Trail, Hearthstone Inn can even rent you a bike even a bicycle built for two!
If you plan it just right and stay in one of the deluxe suites, a bubbling Jacuzzi can soothe those muscles nicely at the end of the day. Even without a Jacuzzi, however, relaxing in a rocking chair on the wraparound porch while sipping a cold soda pop has its way of making your day refreshingly memorable. If you really want to go back in time, the annual Renaissance Festival in Harveysburg can be easily reached in about 30 minutes. How about unsurpassed dining experiences?
Visit the Village of Yellow Springs www. Twice a year the village, located ten minutes from Cedarville, sponsors the Yellow Springs Street Fair, which attracts artisans and visitors from around the country. Cedarville is a quiet, small-town community nestled in Greene County, with a population about 3, Kyle, who was instrumental in establishing the Labor Day holiday. CedarFest is the annual village Labor Day event which commemorates this accomplishment of Senator Kyle.
Ambassadore Whitelaw Reid also hailed from Cedarville, having run as vice-presidential candidate with Benjamin Harrison in The current Cedarville Opera House was erected in www.
As Ambassador to England, he provided the structural plans which were based on a one-third scale of the famous Royal Albert Hall. Having a special event for a small group, party, church or civic function? Just 30 minutes from Dayton. Welcome to John T. You too can experience tranquility, just as John T.
Situated on acres of rolling woodland and farmland with breath-taking vistas of the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Murphin Ridge Inn is the ideal spot for a romantic getaway, family vacation or business retreat. Sit on a rocking chair on the front porch with your feet up, sipping slowly from a glass of homebrewed raspberry iced tea. Explore hiking trails and discover gorgeous waterfalls and the wonders of nature.
Drive through our neighboring small towns and shop for antiques, Amish handcrafts and baked goods. Please join us on the rocker. Share the view of the winter wheat turning golden. Listen to the mockingbird imitate the sound of the telephone in the Amish shop across the road. Wait for sunrise and a breakfast of Foggy Bottom pancakes and homemade applesauce with a view of forever.
Nestled on 10 acres of woods and within an hour drive of Cincinnati, Columbus or Dayton area. The guest rooms have private baths and queen size beds, refrigerator in each room along with coffee and tea.
Beautiful log home in a stunning woods setting. Not your typical cabin in the woods and you aint going to be roughin it. Call or go to dreamscapehideaway. Friendship Village International Training and Retreat Center features world class accommodations and training facilities in a rustic setting for corporations, organizations, and families alike. Eagle Lodge, the lodging of Friendship Village International Training and Retreat Center nestled in the hills and forests of Appalachia Ohio, is a perfect venue for relaxing after a day of training or retreat activities at our Conference Center, Bear Conference Center, to renew your body, mind, and spirit.
The incredible happens when leaders come together in the spirit of personal and professional growth to explore new horizons in this natural setting. Come discover yourself and your world again. Explore new meanings of self, team, adventure, and success at Friendship Village. Lazy Lane Cabins offers rustic cabins and deluxe vacation homes, each secluded on their own acreage for privacy. The cabins are centrally located in the beautiful Hocking Hills region of southeastern Ohio near Logan.
Enjoy hiking, fishing, canoeing and horseback riding. The cabins sleep 2 — 6 and are all comfortably furnished and include fully equipped kitchens, air conditioning and heat, satellite TV, hot tubs, gas grills, and fireplaces. Perfect for a romantic getaway or honeymoon. Peaceful tranquility awaits you at Lazy Lane Cabins in private wooded settings. Some cabins are pet friendly.
You can schedule a gourmet meal prepared in your cabin from the Traveling Chef or even relax with a private massage in your cabin. Map It Hocking Hills Phone: A Georgian Manner Location: The spacious and very romantic honeymoon suite with private Jacuzzi is located on the main floor. Upstairs there are four beautiful furnished rooms with antiques and wonderful views of Lake Logan and the surrounding natural beauty of the Hocking Hills.
Family cottages that sleep six to romantic cozy cottages that just sleep 2 adults. All cottages have Hot-Tubs and campfire rings. With-in minuets to all area attractions. Hocking Hills Resort Location: There are cedar vacation homes for family and friends and love bug cabins for couples, all cabins come with fireplaces, jacuzzi tubs or hot tubs. The Grouse Nest Restaurant is also located at the resort and serves lunch and dinner year round.
Special Events and Holiday Buffets are offered throughout the year. If you are looking for that special place to have your wedding day, the Hocking Hills Outdoor Chapel and Reception Hall can host up to guests. There are three outdoor locations for your ceremony to be held at and a reception hall. Full breakfast included with stay! Gift shop and restaurant on premises. Close to state parks, canoeing, fishing, kayaking, swimming, hiking, flea markets, dining etc.
Map It Bethel Rd. Ravenwood also has dining in the castle, unique offerings such as camping in authentic Gypsy Wagons, and Coach House Tea Room in addition to castle tours.
Sunrise Log Cabins Location: City slickers east of the Mississippi can saddle up for the ride of their life on a western dude ranch …in Ohio! So when people today look for an authentic experience living, working and vacationing all at the same time on a real dude ranch, they naturally think they must go west. It is nestled in rolling hills untouched by man as far as the eyes can see, spanning acres of family land.
There, they lasso up trail rides, team penning, dude rodeo, evening entertainment, BBQ, and a whole lot more! The first thing that takes hold of the psyche is the serenity of it all. The setting is better than the actual west. It is not dry, barren, brown and flat, oh no! It is vividly colorful with wood lines, green pastures and valleys with watering holes that provide some old-fashioned cowboy kicks.
Take an afternoon swim, canoe ride or just fish. Some guests find the lodge life their speed and get lost in a novel on a comfy sofa in the rustic library flush with natural light. Once everyone is settled in and strangers become friends, you are matched with your horse for your 4 — 6 day stay.
During orientation you will observe a round pen demonstration and see how horses are trained. This lesson teaches horse psychology, how to ride and tack your horse. Pay attention because you will be responsible for getting, grooming, and saddling your horse. Enter the arena for rodeo games where you can learn to pen calves by separating three at a time from the herd and heading them into a small pen.
Even cowboys take a day off here and there and when they do, you can usually find them gathered at the nearest swimming hole. Spend the afternoon swimming, reading or playing horseshoes and volleyball.
And when you get hungry, no worries, food comes to you. A really long picnic table waits with all the fixings for a feast amidst the breezy shelter of shade trees. Throughout the stay, food is a plenty. Whenever you find yourself parched, no matter where on the ranch that may be, there are pitchers of lemonade, iced tea and water served up.
Fruit, ice cream bars and other snacks accompany it. The main meals are served in a variety of ways from family style to buffet style, and of course cowboy style. If someone has special dietary needs, no worries, your menu will be prearranged. The cabins are spacious with a rustic ranch decor but also include modern amenities. Watch the sun rise or set from the sprawling porch sipping a drink or passing time in a rocking chair.
Dave takes special care in putting together his groups. When families, couples or individuals want to book 4 — 6 nights, they are matched to optimize camaraderie when possible. In addition, there are opportunities to book exclusive family reunions, corporate retreats and team building groups, as well as church, scout and other groups. KD Guest Ranch is only a few years old so everything from the barn, lodge and cabins appears to be brand new!
Located in the Southeast Ohio foot hills of Appalachia country, KD Guest Ranch is ideally located for folks to mosey on over from any corner of Ohio, the surrounding states and across the Midwest.
Learn more about KD Guest Ranch by calling or visiting www. Excerpt from a past edition of OhioTraveler by Frank R. The name says it all, kick back and relax in one of our secluded luxury cabins nestled in the Appalachian Mountains near the beautiful Ohio River. Two bedroom cabins sleep two to four people, wheelchair accessible, towels and linens provided, central air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, private hot tub on deck with spa robes and spa towels provided.
Outdoor features furniture on deck, firepit with wood fire grill and standard park charcoal grill, firewood provided, picnic table and lawn chairs. Lazy Dog Camp-Resort, which is open year round offering 77 camping sites, 10 cabins. Accommodations include swimming pool, hot showers, laundromat facility, playground area, shuffleboard, horseshoe pits, basketball, 4-Acre Pay-Lake, and much more family fun sites and activities on 35 acres.
Just an hour and a half east from Columbus, this is a resort of a different sort combining down-home living and wild animals with tranquility and upscale amenities. This thousand square-foot lodge blends new construction with the country environment, so the luxurious three-story split log and gabled roof structure sits atop a hill surrounded by pines. As guests enter the living area, they are invited to relax on leather couches by the fireplace under a foot double-beamed cathedral ceiling.
Or, they may choose to join in a card game or find that cozy spot to just relax, unwind and enjoy the view. This combination of old and new ensures that Inn goers will have the best of both worlds.
Two balconies face a hilltop view with a separate entrance allow complete privacy for couples. The wet bar and mini refrigerator enables guests to satisfy their appetite at any time plus a large private bath with Jacuzzi allow for intimate time together. As a result, popular amenities like a steam sauna, hot tub and gazebo are located on the premises. In addition, they provide everything from massages to touring packages. Guests exploring the grounds find enough outdoor activities to keep themselves entertained for their entire stay.
Upon request, they will prepare a delectable picnic lunch so hiking, fishing at 7 stocked ponds and bird watching outings can be planned.
Binoculars available There is a wildlife observation deck and a petting zoo with, miniature horses, donkeys, goats and two camels, Carl and Jimmy. Also on the farm are long horn steer, buffalo and white tail deer.
The more adventurous may rent John Deere Gators or experience our majestic hillsides on a guided horseback ride. Near Cambridge in Southeastern Ohio, it is the perfect getaway or retreat for any season. Be sure to inquire about special packages, business meetings and stress-free, wedding packages.
Most rooms or suites offer a private balcony or deck and all have a gas fireplace with antique mantle. All rooms contain stained antique stained glass windows and lamps. The castle contains a dining hall with dinner available at an extra charge, and also a game room and a library.
Hiking, rock climbing, hunting, birding, wildflower walks, nature study, horseback riding and canoeing are a few of the outdoor activities guests can enjoy. This beautiful area is located in the peaceful quaint little town of Winterset just 3 miles past the Salt Fork State Park entrance on 22 headed towards Cadiz and 10 miles South outside of Cambridge.
Salt Fork Cabins will offer you the secluded getaway you have been looking for with the all the amenities of home and a quiet picturesque setting in the hill country. When sitting on your own private deck you will enjoy the panoramic view of the country side and will be just a cast away from your own private fishing pond. You will find our Cabin hidden in the lakes at Winterset. The Cabin is brand new and completely constructed of the finest pine and wood accents to put you in the perfect country setting over a weekend.
The cabin sits on it own private 4 acre pond and has a private secluded drive to the woods leading up to the cabin. The cabin offers two cozy bedrooms with an upstairs loft with a full view of the pond and country side. You can enjoy a quiet morning on the deck as the geese splash in the pond or soak in the hot tub after a long day. The cabin offers all the amenities of home with a full refrigerator and electric stove.
Our cabin offers a wood burning stove for the cold winter nights and a large capacity air conditioner for those humid summer days. Whether you are looking to fish, hike or enjoy some of the local attractions, this cabin has it all. It is less than 2 miles from the state park where you can enjoy a round of Golf, boating and Jet Ski rentals at the marina or a day in the sun at the beach.
The resort is a working cattle and guest ranch that offers an opportunity to experience the adventures of the west, not so far from home. Whether you prefer to be part of the action with cattle drives, team penning, cow cutting and guided trail rides, or to ride at your own leisure, Smoke Rise is sure to give you a taste of the old west and the famed cowboy life-style!
Smoke Rise provides cabins, camping, horseback riding, heated pool, clubhouse, and can accommodate corporate outings. There is abundant birds, wildlife, and peace and quiet. Also, domestic Katahdin Sheep, Shorthorn Cattle, chickens, horses and dogs. Stockport Mill Inn and Restaurant on the Dam is a great stay off the beaten path.
This former grain and hydroelectric mill is now a unique inn and restaurant. There are guest rooms with private balconies and beautiful views of the Muskingum River. Ah, nothing like a sound sleep to the hypnotic sound of moving water.
Suites come with Jacuzzi tubs and other rooms have old-fashioned claw foot tubs. Outside the room on each floor is a common space with refrigerator, microwave and coffee, tea and hot cocoa.
Walnut Creek Campground in Chillicothe: Unlike most state and private campgrounds, Walnut Creek offers large and spacious lots for your RV or primitive camping experience and just look at all there is to do. You can get plenty of exercise at the large sports field with basketball, volleyball, corn hole, a shelter house, and more. The swimming pool is one of the largest in the area. There are paddle boats and row boats for you to enjoy at no additional charge.
There are miles of hiking and golf cart trails. You can even rent a golf cart or you are welcome to bring your own for a unique highlight to your stay. Walnut Creek runs through the front of the property and is a great place for cooling off on those hot summer days. Clean showers, flush toilets, camp store, free Wi-Fi, playgrounds, and two shelter houses, are all available for your convenience. They also offer 1 room to 3 bedroom cabins for rent. Each of the seven beautiful cabins come with a golf cart, picnic table, fire ring, wood, and charcoal grill.
Beautiful, highly-rated park located 2 miles off I exit 50 miles east of Columbus. Picnic table and fire ring at every site. Entertainment and activities during summer season. Large shelter pavilion with electricity, camp grills, picnic tables, and fire ring are great for special get-togethers. The Buxton Inn in Granville, Ohio: The inn offers two story porches, formal gardens, and fountains to provide a relaxing and historic visit.
Each of the twenty-five overnight guest rooms is furnished in period antiques, and also offers central air as well as color cable television. Perhaps the most interesting part about the inn is that it is said to be haunted by the friendliest ghosts in the area. The ghost is said to be that of Orrin Granger who was the original owner of the building. Cherry Valley Lodge specializes in crafting unique and memorable getaways that will have you returning again and again, year after year.
From our romantic weekend escapes, to fun-filled getaways or our indulgent girls-only weekend of pampering, experience the tradition of the Cherry Valley Lodge.
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Courtyard surrounds travelers with the conveniences that make business and pleasure travel easy. Relax and get ready for the day ahead in one of 84 guest rooms.
Featuring free high-speed Internet, two phones with data ports, complimentary newspaper, and in-room coffee. Unwind in the swimming pool, whirlpool and exercise room. The restaurant offers a reasonably priced healthy breakfast buffet to start your day. Located 35 miles east of Columbus, near Longaberger Homestead, Dresden and many other local attractions. The historic Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Columbus offers an ideal setting for conferences, meetings, and special events, as well as being the preferred choice of business and leisure travelers alike.
Newly renovated and moderately priced, The Courtyard by Marriott Downtown features Free high speed internet access, a large work desk, in room coffee and tea service, blow dryer and a full size ironing board and iron. Augustine would not be easy. Barrier Islands protected the Spanish post, and the harbor was too shallow for large warships to approach. Occasional breaks between the islands did provide inlets through which smaller ships could approach St.
Augustine and its principal defensive bastion, the Castillo de San Marcos. The beginning of the Anglo-Spanish War in the War of Jenkins' Ear led London to encourage Oglethorpe to launch raids against the Spanish to his south, and in late winter , Oglethorpe began making preparations for an attack on St.
Augustine by both land and sea. Oglethorpe's land force of some colonies and Native Americans easily took the small satellite forts to the north and west of St. His primary forces arrived by sea off St. Augustine in eight ships on June 13, , providing Oglethorpe with an additional 1, colonial troops and Native American warriors, most of the latter being Cherokees. Almost immediately the English secured control of Anastasia, the barrier island directly across from the Castillo.
Seven hundred fifty Spanish troops defending the fort now faced Oglethorpe's 1, men. The Spanish governor of St. Augustine, Manuel de Montiano, dispatched an immediate appeal to Cuba for reinforcements and supplies. As with their assault on St. Augustine in , it soon became apparent to the English that their only hope of victory was to starve out the fort's defenders. Montiano estimated that he had rations for less than a month. Oglethorpe then initiated a bombardment of the Castillo de San Marcos that lasted 27 days.
The fort was spared the full impact of the cannon fire, however, because of the shallow water and the resultant distance of Oglethorpe's ships from the stronghold. Further adding to Oglethorpe's troubles was the unique character of the fort's walls. It was constructed of coquina, a soft lime-stone formed by compressed shell fragments. Rather than shatter on impact, the walls absorbed the shock of cannon balls with surprising ease.
The greatest danger to the defenders was starvation, and in early July, Montiano ordered half rations. At the same time he received the welcome news that Spanish relief ships had been spotted off the coast approximately 70 miles to the south. Unfortunately for Montiano, these ships were unable to gain the harbor because Oglethorpe's ships were guarding most of the navigable inlets that allowed access past the barrier islands to the Inland Passage.
Montiano then dispatched five shallow-draft boats to retrieve the supplies. Waiting until an English warship was out of sight of the Matanzas Inlet, these boats were able to slip into the Inland Passage and reach the fort on July 3. By mid-July, Oglethorpe's men were badly demoralized. Suffering from the heat and mosquitoes, they were close to mutiny. With hope of a quick victory evaporating and with hurricane season about to begin, on July 20 Oglethorpe lifted the siege and sailed for Savannah.
Very detailed, fine, bottom right border restored unaffecting map These reports were copied from the New Jersey Gazette September 3rd, , starting with a letter to Congress dated August 30th, from Hillsborough, NC detailing the action sof the commanders under him as well as the movement of both the American forces and the British line that day at Camden, SC.
It is no wonder that the British pres sdevoted so much attention to this British victory in the Carolinas. Map by James Lodge, published to promote a newly proposed plantation up the Mississippi river from New Orleans. Purposely simple in its depiction of the region. An inset shows the layout of the plantation, with docks and a note about the river ' feet across and 60 fathoms deep.
Clean bright paper, later color. Folds as issued, good margins. One tiny pin hole well outside of area of interest. Published in London, February The proposed British settlement was adjacent to Baton Rouge shortly after the British took control of the area in Nice detail in the US and Canada.
An interesting map showing the transitional knowledge and powers in North America His surrender in to a combined American and French force at the Siege of Yorktown ended significant hostilities in North America. These beautiful maps are priced considerably lower than many major map dealers in the world. Blaeu maps are considered some of the finest produced in the 17th Century. Two cartouches, surveyor, sailing ships at battle in the Mediterranean, 2 compass roses and two coats of arms.
Original colors, very fine Original colors , extending from C. De Romani on the Northern Coast to Alfachs and Panicola in Valencia on the southern end of the coast and showing the entirety of Catalonia in tremendous detail. Nearly towns and cities named. The map shows castles, walled cities, town, rivers, mountains, and many other details. Large decorative cartouche with coat of arms, large decorative scale of miles, 4 sailing ships and two compass roses.
Dutch edition, wide margins, very fine, wide borders. Original colors , features the province of Andalusia and the city of Seville, but also depicts the Straits of Gibraltar; know in classical times as the Pillars of Hercules. This monument appears on the verso of all Spanish portrait Colonial coins.
The title cartouche alludes to this by showing a lion skin. With two fine title and scale cartouches. With Dutch text on verso. Very fine, wide borders Colonel William Davies of the 1st Virginia writes an ALS recommending against the appointment to Jefferson, the two page lettersheet is addressed to Governor of Virginia and was hand-carried by the applicant Strother Suttle.
Morgan writes on page 1, "Frederick City, March 18th, , Sir: Strother Suttle who has served five years in the Continental Army with reputation and declared as he is desirous to continue to serve his country and would accept an ensign's commission if such officers are wanting in out line. I would beg leave to recommend Mr. Suttle to our Excellency as a gentleman qualified go fill such a post. I have the honor Sir to be your obedient servant and your humble servant.
It therefore be as well perhaps id Mr. Suttle's appoinment should omit the regiment altogether and leave him to be disposed of after he joins the army which is the case of many young officers. One of the most gifted battlefield tacticians of the American Revolutionary War - , he later commanded troops during the suppression of the Whiskey Rebellion - He became an officer of the Virginia militia and recruited a company of soldiers at the start of the Revolutionary War.
He also served in the Philadelphia Campaign but resigned from the army in Morgan returned to the army after the Battle of Camden, and led the Continental Army to victory in the Battle of Cowpens.
After the war, Morgan retired from the army again and developed a large estate. He was recalled to duty in to help suppress the Whiskey Rebellion, and commanded a portion of the army that remained in Western Pennsylvania after the rebellion.
He retired from Congress in and died in William Davies' service in the American Revolution began when he was commissioned a captain in the 1st Virginia Regiment on September 30, He was captured at Fort Washington on November 16, and was later paroled.
He was promoted to major in the 7th Virginia Regiment on March 22, and to lieutenant colonel of the 22nd Virginia on February 21, He was appointed lieutenant colonel commandant of the 14th Virginia on April 6, and was promoted to Colonel retroactive to March 20, He was wounded in action at the Battle of Monmouth on June 28 of the same year.
The 14th Virginia was re-designated the 10th Virginia on September 14, Davies was reassigned to the 1st Virginia on February 12, He served until the close of the war in An interesting and rare Revolutionary War written document written by Morgan and Davies in early addressed to Thomas Jefferson as Governor of Virginia.
This document was written several months after his great victory at the Battle of Cowpens in South Carolina. It was his goal to have the first two lines slow the British before withdrawing and forcing Tarleton's weakened men to attack uphill against the Continentals.
Understanding the limited resolve of the militia, he requested they fire two volleys before withdrawing to the left and reforming to the rear. Once the enemy was halted, Morgan intended to counterattack.
In the resulting, Battle of Cowpens, Morgan's plan worked and the Americans ultimately conducted a double envelopment which crushed Tarleton's command.
Rejoining Greene after the victory, Morgan was struck down the following month when his sciatica became so severe he could not ride a horse. On February 10, he was forced to leave the army and return to Winchester.
Later in the year, Morgan briefly campaigned against British forces in Virginia with the Marquis de Lafayette and Wayne. This extremely rare map provides a great regional description of the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Florida, and of the valley of the Mississippi River north to above the Arkansas River where Hernando de Soto was supposedly buried.
Biagio and the course of the Apalachicola River. In the north, the prominent trading route, Strada de Coll Welk , nearly reaches the Mississippi River and is marked with distances between important points. Another road is shown in Florida and several Indian trials are depicted. Numerous Indian tribes are located and there are notations concerning the quality of the land.
Zatta's maps retain Mitchell's scale, but being smaller are more legible. Zatta also included updated legends in Italian with notations concerning the Revolutionary War, such as Burgoyne's defeat at Saratoga. Gorgeous full hand coloring. The Gentleman's Magazine , This map measures approximately It is in nice shape with very light toning and pinholes along the left edge where it was once bound in a volume.
This Revolutionary War map shows troop movements and positions for the then-recent Battle of White Plains. It is a re-titled, updated issue of a map Sketch of the Country Illustrating the late Engagement in Long Island that was originally published in the October edition of The Gentleman's Magazine.
It was updated using specific military information that had been published in a different magazine, the London Gazette , and republished in the December edition of The Gentleman's Magazine. Four-language ship's papers issued to "Josiah Burnham Jr. Boasting choice signatures in this desirable four-language format, this is a spectacular example of a Jefferson-Madison document, minor age tone, and trifle top border fissure restored nicely This version, which was published in the Documentary History of the State of New York , has a legend in both English and French, unlike the original, which has a legend in French only.
The edition is a revision of a map first published in He was engaged in constructing fortifications, as well as in civil engineering projects and map making. This map gives a good overview of French activities in the Lake Champlain region on the eve of the French and Indian War. In addition to fortifications, the map conspicuously shows French land grants in the area. This is the only part of New York State that the French attempted to settle in the eighteenth century.
Much like the English in the Hudson Valley, the French attempted to settle the area through a system of large land grants to aristocratic landholders, who were supposed to develop the land and attract additional settlers to their estates.
These land grants existed almost entirely on paper. There were few potential settlers in New France, and the military threat from the British effectively discouraged people from moving into this area. The original pre map if available would cost thousands of dollars. McKean served as a President of Congress. He was at various times a member of the Federalist and Democratic-Republican parties. In spite of his primary residence in Philadelphia, McKean remained the effective leader for American independence in Delaware.
Being an outspoken advocate of independence, McKean's was a key voice in persuading others to vote for a split with Great Britain. When Congress began debating a resolution of independence in June , Caesar Rodney was absent.
George Read was against independence, which meant that the Delaware delegation was split between McKean and Read and therefore could not vote in favor of independence.
McKean requested that the absent Rodney ride all night from Dover to break the tie. After the vote in favor of independence on July 2, McKean participated in the debate over the wording of the official Declaration of Independence, which was approved on July 4. His signature as Governor of Pennsylvania December 19th, appointing a judge to the Supreme Court, 13" X 18", and a large star shaped paper seal his signature above.
Some professionals restoration at fold area, nice bold ink signature Records show he died while in that service March 29th, His grandson was Oliver Wendell Holmes. The family had settled in Woodstock, CT. The following four documents pertain to his service as a surgeon in the Continental Line during the Revolutionary War and paying his wife Temperance Holmes for his service.
Holmes, dated at Woodstock, CT. Holmes had died in the service of the Continental Army in Holmes was a Physician Surgeon in the Continental Army commanded by Colonel John Chandler until the day of his death which happened on the 19th day of March and signed by four select men including Jedediah Morse Sr. Dated at Woodstock, CT. Morse along with Lt.
Signed by Judge Charles Church Chandler. The land was in present day Ohio and was allotted to the State of Virginia by an act of Congress in The Virginia Military District was an approximately 4. Virginia had historic claims to much of the Northwest Territory, which included Ohio, dating from its colonial charter.
Virginia and the other states ceded their claims over western lands to overcome other states' objections to ratifying the Articles of Confederation. In return for ceding its claims in , Virginia was granted this area to provide military bounty land grants. The Ohio district was a surplus reserve, in that military land grants were first made in an area southeast of the Ohio River, in what is now Kentucky. The Ohio land was to be used only after the land southeast of the river was exhausted.
Charles Walden, entered service from Caroline Co. The document [vellum] is in excellent condition. The embellishment manuscript in brown ink is light but readable; the signature of Monroe is extremely strong, also signed by Josiah Meigs [educator at University of Georgia, lawyer, served under Madison and Monroe as Commissioner of the Land Office.
Much scarcer than ordinary land grants of the period Dieskau in which the English were victorious captivating the French Genl. On one side were 1, French and Indian troops under the command of the Baron de Dieskau. They were defeated by 1, Colonial troops under William Johnson and Mohawks led by a noted war chief, Hendrick theyanoguin.
Johnson's expedition was better organized than Shirley's, something that did not escape the attention of New France's governor, the Marquis de Vaudreuil. He had been primarily been concerned about the extended supply line to the forts on the Ohio, and had sent Baron Dieskau to lead the defenses at Frontenac against Shirley's expected attack. Dieskau planned to attack the British encampment at Fort Edward at the upper end of navigation on the Hudson River, but Johnson had strongly fortified it, and Dieskau's Indian support was reluctant to attack.
The battle ended inconclusively, with both sides withdrawing from the field. Johnson's advance stopped at Fort William Henry, and the French withdrew to Ticonderoga point, where they began the construction of Fort Carillon later renamed Fort Ticonderoga after British capture in This map was originally drawn in by Samuel Blodget who participated in the battle and published it in Boston six months later.
Then it was published in London by Thomas Jefferys in This edition is the only version available to a collector at a moderate price. The paper is firm, uncolored as issued, light foxing to left margin. Overall very fine condition Dark printing and manuscript, minor nicks to top of one unaffecting any data.
President of the United States - Partial document signed, 1 page, 7 X 1. This appears to be a portion of a legal document, which reads: In Testimony whereof we have caused the Impression of our Hands to be hereunto affixed. Boldly signed John Adams. Matted and framed together with modern portrait of Adams, Payment for 19 pounds 8 shilling, 8 pence.
These were issued to soldiers as pay due them for war service. Written to business partner, William Matthews in care of Mr. Broome, Head of Elk as addressed on outer panel. Buchanan and Matthews were attempting to capitalize on the heightened cost of goods in Baltimore due to the British blockade of the Chesapeake Bay.
In this letter, Buchanan delineates his business arrangement with Matthews, who is lodging in Head of Elk, MD, on his way to purchase goods in Philadelphia, where the market prices were less commercially restricted. Passages of letter include: He  the rest of our great southern News and which you went away so fully possessed of but in such a manner as in my opinion makes the whole doubtful even to the landing of the French Troops which we were so certain of.
He says that there are extracts of letters from Genl. Gates to the Governor of Virginia which mention it and that it is generally believed If it is we beg you to lose no time in pushing it with the utmost vigor as from the Enemies still being likely to continue in the Bay , from the Prices quoted at Howard of Elk Ridge offers  50 Hhds.
Loose no Moment or opportunity in letting  hear from you and believe me. Some wear and discoloration to edges. Writing is fairly faint but discernible. Revolutionary War letters mentioning any military content are rare indeed A large 8" X 13" manuscript deed all written in William's hand and signed in full by him, "William Williams" as register of the town of Lebanon, CT. A document involving the gift of land to his two sons by Nathanial Fitch in the town of Lebanon. Williams notes that this deed was entered in the Lebanon Record book on December 7th, The large document is written in bold dark ink, age stains, archival repairs on verso, bottom left corner restored affecting no text.
An unusual signature as most of his signatures is just Wm. He was a member of the Committee of Safety, and was elected to the Continental Congress. He was a colonel in the Pennsylvania militia - , and vice-president of the first constitutional convention for Pennsylvania. He resigned from the Continental Congress in because of poor health, and was appointed to the Pennsylvania Court of Admiralty where he died at age George Ross was the last of the Pennsylvania delegation to affix his signature to the Declaration of Independence.
He had been loyal to the King but he soon became disgusted with Tory politics and supported the cause of the Patriots. Huntington became active with the Sons of Liberty in his state in He then chooses a legislative course. Elected to Connecticut's Upper House of Assembly in , he served on the Council of Safety, and was selected a delegate to the Continental Congress that year. He served two terms as President of the Congress during the important adoption of the Articles of Confederation.
He was called home in when he was elected Lieutenant Governor if his state; an office that then included the duties of Chief Judge of its Superior Court. In , he was elected governor. He was very popular in the office and used his influence to develop roads and industry in the state. He was re-elected every term until his death To the Treasurer of Connecticut authorizing the payment of 2 pounds three shillings, two pence to a captain from taxes for payment of the civil list, signed "Sam Huntington" as well as another signature "Huntington".
Written all in his hand Given the problems he was inheriting from Royal Governor Thomas Hutchinson, within a week of arriving Gage contacted Trumbull and expressed a "readiness to cooperate" with him "for the good of his Majesty's service. Trumbull refused and made clear his choice to side with the Patriots. He replied that Gage's troops would "disgrace even barbarians," and he accused Gage of "a most unprovoked attack upon the lives and the property of his Majesty's subjects.
Trumbull was a friend and advisor of General Washington throughout the revolutionary period, dedicating the resources of Connecticut to the fight for independence. Washington declared him "the first of the patriots. He also served as the Continental Army's Paymaster General Northern Department in the spring of , until the untimely death of his mother forced him to resign his post.
As part of his resignation, he requested that the remainder of his back pay he distributed to the soldiers of the Northern Department. McDowell Country is named in his honor. It is the last standing home place in North Carolina for which a county was named.
Congress of - Manuscript court document 2pp. At the outbreak of hostilities in , he pledged support for the American cause and diverted his business stock of tools, weaponry, and supplies to the army.
In September , he was selected to serve in the first New York State Senate and seemed to remain a Senator for the rest of his life. Earlier, he had been identified as a justice of the peace. A substantial landholder before the war, he served as surveyor of bounty rights and was accorded a number of land bounties for service to the American cause. Dirck Ten Broeck stated that he was "in good health" when he filed a will in October However, in , he resigned from the Loan Office because of ill health.
He died in May at the age of forty-two. Congressional loan offices soon opened in every state to handle financial matters for the Treasury department. These offices offered the loan certificates, sold foreign bills of exchange and were authorized to accept other funds due to the government and to use those funds to pay government bills. Interesting document from a famous New York Dutch family, very fine, light tone The verso docket reads, "Proposed reductions on the estimates for the plantations in Minorca and Gibraltar.
While specifically undated it is obviously written between and as the document shows a future budget projected as far as which was reduced to allow for funds for the South Carolina troops who moved into Georgia under Oglethorpe into his regiment. These troops were forces being funded for the campaign against the Spanish in and his building of forts to defend against the Spanish. During a visit in Oglethorpe convinced King Georgia II to appoint him as a colonel in the army and give him a regiment of British soldiers to take back to Georgia.
Interestingly, Oglethorpe was a civilian at this time, with only limited military experience primarily as an aide to Prince Eugene. Nevertheless, he got what he wanted: Oglethorpe also was given the title of "General and Commander in Chief of all and singular his Majesty's provinces of Carolina and Georgia. In terms of military rank in the British army, he was a colonel. During the pending hostilities with Spain, however, Oglethorpe also held a brevet or temporary field commission as general in order to command all allied forces Carolina Rangers, Indian allies, etc.
Only in September , however, was Oglethorpe actually promoted to the rank of brigadier general in the British army. In , a Spanish fleet arrives forcing Oglethorpe to abandon several positions after laying an unsuccessful siege to St. He moved back to St. The Spanish invasion of Georgia came in July Ships bearing thousands of Spanish troops landed on the south end of St. Back at Fort Frederica, which was still under construction, Oglethorpe rallied his forces for battle. In a critical skirmish known as the Battle of Gully Hole Creek, Oglethorpe's forces turned back a Spanish advance force.
As they pursued the retreating Spaniards down the trail, Oglethorpe halted his force at the edge of a marsh. Here he positioned his men to await the counterattack by the main Spanish army.
Oglethorpe then took temporary leave of his force to return to Fort Frederica, which he feared was under naval attack. Finding no such assault underway, Oglethorpe left to rejoin his men at the marsh.
Meanwhile, Spanish troops had already arrived but were turned back after a brief but fierce fight. Ironically, Oglethorpe arrived just after the conclusion of what would become known as the Battle of Bloody Marsh. This loss helped persuade Spanish commanders to withdraw to St.
Never again would Spanish forces mount an offensive against Britain's colonies on the East Coast of America. An important early Georgia Colonization document mentioning James Oglethorpe several times. The military finances for the colony of Connecticut were handled by the Committee of Four called the Pay-Table during the American Revolution - Abigail Wadsworth, his sister, signs as receiving 33 pounds 7 shillings, 1 pence from her brother Colonel Jeremiah Wadsworth for a long list of sundries and services.
The list includes linens, calico, weaving of cloth, mending shoes, as well as cash for the exchange of Connecticut money for Continental notes.
When the war started, Wadsworth was appointed to a committee charged with buying 5, pairs of yarn stockings for the army which had already been sent to Canada. He served on another committee to procure 1, pounds of "lawful money in specie" in exchange for bills for use by the army.
The Connecticut General Assembly later commissioned him and Col. Jonathan Fitch to find a large number of tin kettles for the army.
The next assignment was to buy up as much pork as he could both to furnish the American army and to keep it out of the hands and stomachs of the British forces.
Having served effectively in these assignments in Connecticut, Congress elected him Deputy Commissary General of Purchases on June 17, , but he resigned in August. When Congress reorganized the supply system, he became Commissary General in April , resigning in December reaching the rank of colonel; he became commissary for Comte de Rochambeau's army until the war's end.
In the summer of , he went to Paris to report to the French on his activities. He is said to have turned a good profit for himself in his transactions for supplies. Wadsworth saw no reason why patriotism should interfere with profit. Wadsworth was known as an intimate friend of Gen. Washington, and whenever the General visited Hartford during the war, he made the hospitable mansion of Col.
Wadsworth his home, during his stay history says, that Gen. Washington with Count de Rochambeau, were enjoying the hospitalities of Wadsworth's liberal board when Gen. Arnold was committing treason against his country at West Point, and that Gen. Washington returned there to take a hasty breakfast at Arnold's table, an hour after he had left, immediately before his guilt was discovered.
Apparently Wadsworth is paying his sister for sundries supplied him but at the same time paid for some person items for his sister such as a "book for Harriet", schooling for Harriet" - possibly his niece. Despite scarcity of funds and lack of cooperation on the part of state authorities, he kept the Continental Army so well provisioned that Washington wrote, "Since his appointment, our supplies of provision have been good and ample.
Signed by Abigail Wadsworth as receiving the finds Well written and detailed The tax adjustment was due to his son Holbrook Atwater being in the service of the Continental Army who served in the 7th Regiment, 10th Company [data included].
Two of the signers were in the Continental Army, Henry Daggett who served in the early formation of the 7th Connecticut regiment and Joel Gilbert who served in the Connecticut line in and again in The 'Grand List' was a listing of all taxable properties for a particular period.
Signed by Edward Telfair During and , he attended meetings held in Savannah at Peter Tondee's tavern, where revolutionaries organized and formed strategies for asserting their independence from Great Britain. In May , when news of the Battles of Lexington and Concord reached Savannah, Telfair joined with other Liberty Boys to break into the royal magazine and make off with pounds of powder.
Telfair served in the Continental Congress from through , during which time he was one of the signers of the Articles of Confederation. As a rebel against the British crown, he was declared guilty of high treason in a bill of attainder passed in Telfair was elected governor of Georgia by the legislature in for a one - year term, and he served again as governor from through , a rare and desirable note of high quality Colonel in command of the King's Orange Rangers.
The King's Orange Rangers was a Loyalist battalion of infantry raised in to defend British interests in the area of Orange County, New York, and more generally in and around the colony of New York, although it saw most of its service in Nova Scotia. The unit's commander was Lt. In March, , Lt. Bayard was charged with murdering one of his own officers, Lt.
Bayard was tried and found guilty of manslaughter in October, and sentenced to be suspended for three months and then removed from his command. This sentence was overturned on a technicality by the Judge Advocate General, but probably played a role in Bayard's subsequent difficulties in retaining his command. Bayard was a Son of Liberty who turned Tory. Each volunteer was to "receive 40 shillings advance with new cloaths, arms, and accoutrements and everything necessary to complete a gentleman volunteer.
Two months later, one company was transferred to Liverpool's Fort Point. After the war, when the unit was disbanded, many settled in Canada on land granted for service. A very rare loyalist war dated signature The Case of Tifton vs. Gibbert with Jackson defending John Gibbert. The verdict is seen on the verso as "Not Guilty" with Jackson writing a postscript to the case.
Jackson received a sporadic education in the local "old-field" school. In , he worked for a time in a saddle-maker's shop.
Later, he taught school and studied law in Salisbury, North Carolina. In , he was admitted to the bar and moved to Jonesborough, in what was then the Western District of North Carolina. This area later became the Southwest Territory , the precursor to the state of Tennessee [statehood ].
Fine condition and written in very bold brown ink, some light stains Jackson writes the entire document and signs it "Jackson att. In he worked for a time in a saddle-maker's shop.
In he was admitted to the bar and moved to Jonesborough, in what was then the Western District of North Carolina. Choice condition and written in very bold brown ink This map is from The History of the rise, progress and establishment, of the Independence of the United States of America: Printed by Hodge, Allen, and Campbell, and sold at their respective book stores, Ample borders, uncolored as issued. Fine light tone, ex. Charles Gregory in the Continental line for three years and his representatives are entitled to land allowed a Sergeant.
Dated September 1st, and signed by Benjamin Harrison who had signed the Declaration of Independence and was the father and grandfather of two Presidents: Benny Goodman and his orchestra open the network portion with Milton Berle as emcee.
Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill. He tells how America and its allies played their parts in Victory. Ike waves to the screaming crowd! A few episodes from Book 84 are missing, but the story will be easy to follow in the 20 chapters that survive.
The drama picks up, generally, where we left off last summer. In Chapter 4 of Book 84, Hazel is concerned because it has been a long time since she has heard from her son Pinky in Oregon. Meanwhile, Margaret is working on a history of the Barbour Family. Paul is in Oregon, checking on Pinky. President Truman addresses the delegates, speaking about the great work done in developing a charter for the U. Carstairs who is coming for tea.
The story of a souse and a spinster who travel up the Congo during the first World War. Helping Captain Billy recall those pleasant days are his wife Josephine and his daughter Betty. Radio station WNIB first signed on the air July 9, and in celebrated 40 years of continuous broadcasting under the same call letters and same ownership. In Germany, the Russians are still in complete control of Berlin following the arrival of American, British and French troops.
A young amateur actress wants to break into the big time when a flop producer brings his recent Broadway disaster to her small home town. The Japanese may be overcome in six months. Special guest on the show is comedian Victor Borge who takes over the McGee time period for the summer. Churchill has straight-away resigned and Clement Atlee will be named by the King as the new Prime Minister. Murrow reported from London his belief that one of the principal negotiators at Potsdam has stated that his country will go to war with Japan — and soon.
Lots of stories about radio, performers, producers and directors. Kaltenborn and Caesar Saerchinger report: With every minute that passes it seems more certain that the offer is definite and that there is a nine out of ten chance that it will be accepted. These reports are still unconfirmed but they have set a whole world in motion.
This is not V-J Day. This is not yet V-J Day. Chaplin and Morgan Beatty report. This is a day of wild speculation, of high hope, of reaching for a world peace which seems to be no more than just beyond our fingertips. No indication from official sources whether Hirohito must go.
Washington, London, Moscow and Chun King now forming their decision. When this decision will be communicated to Tokyo —via the governments of Switzerland and Sweden—we are not told. Almost four years of work and struggle, grief and failure, and later, success. Whether Sunday, August 12, is to be written into world records as the day the Second World War ended, we do not yet know. Their people know nothing even now regarding their surrender offer. John with late bulletins.
The joys and sadness of victory are presented in this now-classic broadcast with a look at the awful effect of the weapon used to end the war. The program continued from the remote studio in the Museum of Broadcast Communications, but over-the-air listeners had to wait while the problem was solved. And the congregation of military, government and Congressional leaders prayed for wisdom and strength with which to face the hard tasks of peace.
William Conrad stars as U. The occupation troops are moving in gradually, slowly extending the area under Allied control.
Thousands of miles from Japan, the Japanese forces are slowly yielding the territory they had fought to rule forever. Marjorie and Leroy try to convince their Uncle Throckmorton that they should go to the lake for the Labor Day weekend.
An all-star cast observes the end of the war: President Truman has a victory message. Guest is Robert Montgomery. A patient is kidnapped from the State Medical Hospital. Part One deals with the early s, offering an introduction to the era of big bands, crooners and dazzling vocalists.
Henry is faced with the inevitable. Rumors are flying as the fall semester begins. Next summer on TWTD: Two towns vie for the only school teacher available. The story continues with music of and An aging star takes in an adoring fan and soon discovers that the young woman is taking over her life. Music from the WW II years. Alexander gets a part in the school play.
Gale Gordon died June 30, at age Bullard on the Great Gildersleeve show. Phil Harris died August 11, at age Her family warns her that the house may be haunted.
Fanny Brice and Hanley Stafford star. Maggs buys a locked chest at an auction, his wife is upset when she finds it empty except for a layer of dried blood. Ken Alexander is guest host for this Halloween show and he is joined by members of the Mighty Metro Art Players to present a special Ghost-to-Ghost broadcast. Basil Rathbone co-stars as the Phantom, a disfigured composer who lives in the catacombs under the Paris Opera House. A story of a family down on their luck and in financial difficulties.
Music in the post-war years. Guest is Victor Moore. A WW II story of two people who find themselves very much in love, but whose Yuletide happiness is shadowed by a stranger threat. While a woman files a complaint, the station house prepares for the Christmas party to be held for neighborhood children.
Music from the end of the decade. This is the first of four consecutive Gildersleeve programs to be presented this month. The opportunity to collect a dishonest inheritance seems irresistible.
This is an unusual broadcast, with Hal Peary absent from the program due to illness. Bob Hope leads off an all-star cast celebrating the first peacetime Christmas since the series began: President Truman sends a peacetime message to the military audience. The miracle of Christmas is relived in our day as a cynical tourist camp owner gives a room to Marie and Jose.
Orson Welles narrates this radio classic. He competes with Harriet in a knitting contest to prove that men are superior to women. Today we begin an exciting series by the great Carlton E.
The remaining chapters will be presented on January Mayor Friday and his friend Doc Tooner insist the young couple stay the night, locking their doors behind them. Today we conclude the exciting series by Carlton E. George Burns was born January 20, and today, precisely years later, we celebrate his Centennial!
George and his wife Gracie Allen entertained radio fans royally for eighteen years, from until , when they made a smooth transition to television. Plus these complete broadcasts: A dead sea captain apparently has returned from his watery grave to reclaim his wife and ship. A death house inmate wants Rogue to retrieve stolen jewels, get the reward and give the money to his daughter. A millionaire masquerades as a clerk in his own department store to investigate employee complaints.
A pompous, cantankerous, megalomaniac broadcaster is confined by a broken hip to a normal Midwestern home, which he turns into bedlam. The gang tries to comfort him.
The gang reads some of the letters while Jack tries to tune in to Don Wilson on the radio. Instead, he gets columnist Louella Parsons who comments on the Benny contest. Ronald Colman are expected for a holiday dinner. Jack dreams of the future — when Dennis is a star and he is an unknown! Fred Allen, in New York, announces the first prize winner and Jack names many other winners.
From an out-of-print Capitol Records album. Ronald Colman at the Philharmonic Auditorium. The Fat Man is asked to hide a woman who is being followed. Lowell Thomas and H. A prejudice trooper learns a valuable lesson about white men and Indians. Naval Receiving Station in Schumacher, California. Scott Smart as the heavy-set detective who investigates when a man thinks his wife is cheating on him. This program features all programs starring the talented actor John Brown.
Irma wants her memoirs published. Junior gets a job at the circus. He seeks help from Bob Crosby and Dolores Hope. While a pitchfork murderer is loose, a traveler stops to help a lady in distress. A turn-of-the-century story about an ex-con dentist who becomes infatuated with a gold-digger.
A man returns to his hometown where he crosses the path of his ex-wife who has taken up with a gangster. Carroll Naish stars as Luigi Basco who has invited his night school class to Easter dinner. Grandma sends daughter Susie a bunny for Easter. Ken Alexander subs for Chuck Schaden on this program. All programs today are from April 20 of various years. Dick York is Billy Fairfield. This is the audio track from the TV show.
After an auto accident, Groucho decides he needs help from someone with a lot of influence with the city of Beverly Hills. He recruits actor Laughton. Cast features Leo Gorcey. Groucho is the judge, Price is the prosecutor.
In the Beginning, dealing with many of the steps that became the foundation for the development of radio. Both mothers are coming to visit the Coopers, but neither George nor Liz are excited about it. In this complete story, a widow of 18 months still clings to the memory of her husband in spite of the urging of her friend and her year old son.
A sales girl unwittingly becomes guardian for an abandoned baby, causing a scandal in the department store where she works. A woman on the train tells Drummond she fears her life is in danger. Louella Parsons and Darryl F. Zanuck introduce Tyrone Power and Alice Faye in scenes from the movie. A businessman lures women to his castle on the pretense of employment, but they are never seen again! Bret Morrison narrates an incident in the life of Abraham Lincoln. The Sounds of Time, continuing the discussion of the works of inventors and scientists in the 19 th and 20 th centuries: James Kildare with Lionel Barrymore as Dr.
An automobile accident victim has retreated into a self-protective shell after losing her leg. A piece of diamond jewelry leaves a trail of death for those who try to sell or pawn it.
A sound picture of radio as it was sixty years ago, in The McGees go door-to-door selling encyclopedias. Cast features radio students, members of the Northwestern University Drama Group. The subject is armed. Bring him in, boys! Fanny Brice and James Melton star. A dramatic theme about a young girl who wants to be in the Follies runs throughout this variety show. Cast includes June Travis and Frank Nelson. He has been succeeded by his brother, the Duke of York. Ken takes the cast to the circus.
The family plans a trip to Russia. Shirley Bell stars as Annie. The cast does their version of Warner Bros. Music by Victor Young and the orchestra. Host city is Detroit, Michigan. The Singing Lady offers a premium for listeners: We pick up where we left off last year, and begin with Chapter 1 of Book 85 in the continuing saga of the Barbour family.
Morse shows his I-Love-A-Mystery-style in this three-part adventure. On an uninhabited island on the Canadian pacific coast, Captain Bart Friday and Skip Turner are on an intelligence mission for the military. Chapter 1 of 3. Chapters 6 and 7 of Book 85 are missing from our collection, but the story picks up with Chapter 8 next week on Those Were The Days. The Radio Act of was the first real attempt to govern broadcasting, creating the Federal Radio Commission to administer the new law and to bring order out of chaos.
A young girl slowly comes to realize that her beloved uncle is really a murderer. Guest is singer Buddy Clark. A man is told that he has been dead for six years. Jimmy wants Dorothy to run for president of the United States.
A juror finds a large sum of money attached to a note asking for a hung jury. Gildersleeve, who needs an excuse to get his nurse-girlfriend over for dinner. A luckless farmer bargains his soul away to the devil for seven years of prosperity.
Growing Pains , showing how advertisers, who had not warmed to the small, individual groups of radio listeners scattered around the country, found new interest in the medium when networks made available audiences that stretches from coast to coast.
With the emergence of networks, the struggling radio industry began to prosper. Bob tells of his encounter with a bully called Mugs Widmark. A Word from the Sponsor, discussing radio advertising from the first record plugs on experimental station 8XK in , through the tentative experimentation of early stations and networks, to its present-day status as a billion-dollar-year industry.
This program also reviews the advent of television, its impact on radio, and the countermeasures radio station managers initiated. Hackenbush and Verna Felton as head nurse in a zany hospital sketch. Grandma, played by Verna Felton, takes Junior, played by Red Skelton, on a tour of the new radio studio. A detective investigating the murder of a glamorous star finds himself falling in love with her.
Lionel Barrymore is host. Guests are George Raft and Mona Freeman. A couple from the year have escaped in time back to the year Also discussed are ethnic comedy series and characterizations, their success, and the reaction to them by radio listeners.
While cleaning out the desk, Liz finds some love letters. Bea Benadaret is the nurse, Frank Nelson is the doctor. Appleby, the owner of the vacant lot. A long-suffering husband finally decides to murder his wife. Mel Blanc is the harried clerk, Bea Benadaret is his wife. Jack tries to get Bob Crosby to sign his contract to replace Phil Harris.
In a Family Way discusses the family comedy series from five different approaches: Chapters 4 and 5 are missing from our collection. Now we jump ahead almost eight years to listen to the final five episodes of the series that began in Today we say good-bye to all those wonderful Carlton E.
Morse characters with what, in our view, might have been the final show in the series if Mr. Morse and his cast had been given such an opportunity: Paul is writing letters in his studio at the top of the house. Mother Barbour is doing some mending in the sewing room, while Father Barbour lovingly tends his rosebushes in the garden. Meanwhile, next door, at the home of Mr. Jack Barbour, here too all is quiet.
All six daughters are out of the house, and we find Jack and Betty relaxing in the kitchen where, on the table between them, stand a carton of milk, two glasses, and a cookie jar filled with golden-brown cookies. Judge Hooker and Gildy have opposing views on the subject of juvenile delinquency. Cast includes Lillian Randolph and Earle Ross. All programs today are from September 21 of various years. President repeated his pledge to keep the country out of war. Jokes about Hats, Rivals, Gossip and Lectures.
A psychiatrist shields a doctor accused of murder and tries to prove his innocence. Irma writes a gossip column. Reviewing the Situation takes a look at situation comedy which fell into several different categories: A story of Chicago leading up to the Great Chicago Fire of Bob Cunningham gets an eyewitness account from a woman who was able to escape from the hotel.
All programs today are from October 12 of various years. Jack distributes train tickets for the trip back to Hollywood. Joe Friday with Barton Yarborough as Det. A man, posing as a doctor, burglarizes the homes of his patients. Kendall, reporter for the London Times, writing colorful accounts of life and death in the West. Recreating the stage and screen presentation At the Chicago Theatre October , Two grave robbers deliver the wrong body to their client. Three women on a winter holiday in the country find themselves in a snow-covered cemetery.
Entertainment Tonight tracing the growth of the variety show, whose beginnings paralleled that of radio comedy. Through its golden years in the s, the variety show was the magnet which drew to radio headliners from other fields of entertainment. Host of the program is Lionel Barrymore who died the night this transcribed broadcast was aired. Guest is bandleader Ben Pollak who inspired Chico to form his own band. Adventures of Harry Nile: Dead Ringer — the detective saves a woman from drowning and gets tangled in a vicious murder himself.
Tune in Tomorrow traces the history of the soap opera. Just before Thanksgiving, turkey ranch owner Jim Pilgrim discovers that his flock has been poisoned. A Dramatic Production discusses radio drama which brought pleasure and escape to America at a time when it was desperately needed: The dramas were reflections of life in various strata throughout the world, and were educational as well as entertaining. Host is Edward Arnold. Jack tries to sell his Maxwell to Fred. The meaning, joy and hope of Christmas is expressed during four consecutive daytime dramas against the retelling of the story of the Nativity.
Narration by Ron Rossen, written by Carl Bixby. Jack tries to convince Eve that there is a Santa Claus. He receives a telegram from his commanding officer cancelling his leave. A big, beautiful minute holiday gift from the American Broadcasting Company. Chapter 1 — Friday and Turner are on a steamship, taking a prisoner to Saigon. Aboard ship, they meet Dr. Carter and his party who are on their way to Cambodia, in the heart of French Indo-China.
Case Closed focuses on the popularity of the detective program on the air, grouping the radio detectives according to personality and philosophy and discusses common criteria shared by the crime fighters of all groups and examines the differences in their approaches. Tall in the Studio discusses the Westerns, which recalled an early period of American history when the country struggled for existence, and traces the history of three types of Western series: Cast includes Virginia Gregg and Gerald Mohr.
Jed is a southern marksman who, after the Civil War, becomes an agent of the White House, working for President Grant. Vocals by Bea Wain. First of three related programs. The ghost of murdered entertainer Buzzy Ballew persuades his twin brother, Edwin Dingle, to let him use his body to put the killer in jail.
Naval Hospital in Corona, California. Later, Hope and Benny appear as radio disc jockeys. Cast includes Verna Felton. Jack attends a meeting of the Beverly Hills Beavers. Second of three related programs. All In the Game deals with a form of radio entertainment which began in the s and remains high in listener priority today: A soldier, listed as dead in World War I, returns to find his wife remarried.
Guests are Miss Colbert and Mr. A love story set in the drama of scientific research done by Pierre and Marie Curie whose monumental discovery of radius wom them the Nobel Prize in Physics in The Melody Lingers On, tracing the history of music on radio, its origin, its variations, some programs which increased its popularity, and the problems music has faced over the years.
A young man discovers that his father is a criminal. A wave of shoplifting hits the city. Lucy and Jimmy in a murder mystery sketch. And now… the News concerns the genesis of newscasting on radio, its growing pains and its emergence as a viable and important phase of communications.
Ken Alexander subs for Chuck Schaden. With the Art Van Damme Quintet. Jimmy plans to change his character for television. An elderly woman from the East comes to Dodge in search of her grandson. This is a speed-corrected restoration of the original recording. News… the War Years covers the development of news on the air from Gildersleeve — has other plans. A plane carrying American scientists is mysteriously lost while flying from Singapore to Manila.
Listen and Learn examines the role of education in radio, beginning with college and university educational stations and their conflict with the commercial networks.
Drummond takes to the road to break up a hi-jacking ring. Jim and Marian Jordan star. The Other Networks traces different American radio broadcast systems: A member of a law firm is suspicious of his partners. The Mystery of the Sunken Reef. We present a Jack Armstrong adventure complete in ten, fifteen-minute episodes, originally broadcast between Monday, December 23, and Friday, January 3, But this sequence originally ran over the Christmas holiday break, giving youngsters of the forties a two-week opportunity to hear a complete adventure while they were home from school.
The Mystery of the Sunken Reef is top notch listening, an excellent example of the world of after school radio. In the fall of he joined WGN in Chicago, his radio home ever since. He began his Chicago career doing a variety of mid-day and evening programs. Wally Phillips will join us in person during our program today as we talk about his radio career and present clips from some of his memorable broadcasts. From River City, S.
Special guest is announcer Ed Herlihy who talks about his career and long association with Kraft Foods, who funded the Kraft Television Theatre. An actor, researching a role, wants to find out why. A woman is murdered with no apparent motive. A woman and her daughter, staying at the Fort due to a stagecoach breakdown, are causing problems for the soldiers. When Margo sprains her ankle, she and Lamont seek shelter in a mysterious mansion. A man kills several Santas to cover a murder. A dentist is infatuated by a gold digger in this turn-of-the-century comedy.
Charlie enters with some comic banter with Carson. Carson discusses his charm! Nora, a nurse, falls in love with a married doctor. First show in the series. Preston who, with the help of Yukon King, his Wonder Dog, finds an old Shepherd dog caught in an animal trap.
A boy is brought into Blair General Hospital after being bitten by a dog. An elderly man with a shotgun threatens his neighborhood after his dog has been poisoned.
Their friend Marge is played by Mary Hunter. In this sequence, the Aces new neighbor is a motion picture director and Jane wants to get a part in his forthcoming picture. Carroll Naish stars with Alan Reed. On a bet with Pasquale, Luigi has a blind date with a telephone operator, his first with an American girl.
Director Laurentz reveals to Neil his choice for the role in the picture. The next four episodes of Easy Aces will be presented on August The next four episodes will be presented September 6.
Vocals by Helen Forrest and Tony Pastor. Marge wants to break things off with Neil. The final four episodes in this sequence of Easy Aces programs will be presented on September Tune in to the signature music of radio: Groucho Marx in a radio quiz show spoof: She asks Harpo Marx to do the job. Comedian Red Skelton died September 17, at age A man and woman take a job which involves a bribe and the governor of the state. This concludes this sequence of sixteen consecutive and related episodes… until next we meet the Easy Aces..
Heading towards the town of Land Creek, Britt finds a wounded man and brings him to a cabin where a single woman lives by herself. Gracie and her friends interrupt his peace and quiet. A mountain girl asks Matt Dillon to protect her father. A man responsible for the death of his buddies on an expedition is haunted by their ghosts on Halloween.
And now he comes back to finish the job. And because this Halloween broadcast is too scary to do alone, Chuck will be joined by Ken Alexander — who is scary enough all by himself!
November 1st, — Double Feature. Sullivan and Jack Dempsey. Rosa Rio apparently provides organ accompaniment. Apparently Rosa Rio provides the organ theme. Audition program for a possible series. An intolerant ex-soldier becomes a killer and leads police in a murderous chase. Host Ronald Colman stars as Cyrano, renown for his nose, but longing for the love of a beautiful lady.
Daddy tells Snooks the story of the first Thanksgiving. In a dramatic segment for Thanksgiving, Bing narrates the story of Lt. She asks him to go to the post office to mail a Christmas gift to a relative in Alaska. Charlie asks Cooper to play Santa Claus.
A true Christmas story about 4, American prisoners of war in a German concentration camp in December, A cynical ambulance driver and a mysterious doctor make their rounds of mercy on Christmas Eve. Mortimer Snerd claims he saw Santa last night. Charlie tells Hoppy of a dream he had about Hoppy thwarting a reindeer strike.
A Christmas fantasy about a suave angel who comes to earth to help a bishop and his wife raise money for a new church. Story by Paul Gallico. Lurene Tuttle, David Rose and the orchestra. Flying out of Saigon, Capt. William Todhunter Hall of Ivy College. Voice of America rebroadcast. Peggy Lee, Veola Vonn. Ted Osborne as James Madison. Morgan help Moore train for a fight with Joe Louis. Announcer is Fred Foy.
Ed Prentiss stars as Captain Midnight. After a train accident a man is unable to locate his wife who was sitting next to him. Announcer is Charles Lyons.
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