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Archiver: How Missouri History Sounded

Wed, Jan 29 2020
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Subjects
History
Age Group
For adults

 

Story Center Event
Presenter
Sam Zeff
Registration Required

 

Listen and discuss a podcast showcasing Kansas City regional stories as originally broadcast by KMBC radio in the mid-twentieth century and now archived in the Marr Sound Archives at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. This is part one of a three-part series led by Sam Zeff, metro reporter for KCUR and producer of the history podcast Archiver. This episode explores the history of cowboy music and shows in Missouri.

 

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