GRAUER, BEN. Interview with Harrison D. Horblit [Monitor radio program], 1958
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Ben Grauer: Monitor (Radio Program) Interview with Harrison D. Horblit about Grolier Club Exhibition “One Hundred Books Famous in Science,” 1958


Main Entry
Monitor (Radio Program).

One hundred books famous in science: Ben Grauer’s interview with Harrison D. Horblit about the Grolier Club exhibition [transcription disk], 1958.

Physical Description
1 sound recording (33-1/2 rpm)

Historical/Biographical Note
“Monitor,” a news magazine of the air, was broadcast by the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) between 1955 and 1975. Broadcaster Ben Grauer was one of many radio journalists who appeared on the program. On 9 March 1958 he interviewed fellow Grolier Club member Harrison D. Horblit about the club’s 1958 exhibition “100 Books Famous in Science” which Horblit had organized. The Grolier Club published a catalog of the exhibition in 1964.

Scope and Contents
Transcription disk of interview by Ben Grauer with Harrison D. Horblit and typed letter signed from Ben Grauer to Grolier Club librarian Alexander Davidson transmitting the disk.

General Note
Title devised by cataloger.

Davidson, Alexander, librarian of New York.
Grauer, Ben. Correspondence.
Grauer, Ben. Sound recordings.
Horblit, Harrison D. One hundred books famous in science. 1964.
Horblit, Harrison D. Sound recordings.
Grolier Club.
NBC. News.

Science. Radio Programs.

Added Entries
Grolier Club.
NBC. News.

Sound recordings. 20th century.

Occupation (as reflected in collection)
Radio broadcasters. United States. 20th century.
Broadcast journalists. United States. 20th century.

Grolier Club, 47 East 60th Street, New York, N.Y. 10022-1098.
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