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Bob And Ray Overstock Door Chimes



Posted here to satisfy an unusual group of Door Bell Geeks

The General Mills Radio Adventure Theater



The General Mills Radio Adventure Theater was an anthology radio drama series with Tom Bosley as host, which aired on the CBS Radio Network …

1954 01 17 The Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy Show Guest Librace


Edgar Bergen


1954 01 17 The Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy Show Guest Librace From a 12-CD Box Set: 'Kings Of Comedy Golden Age Of Radio' I acquired from …

1950 02 01 The Burns & Allen Show Guest Al Jolson


Burns & Allen


1950 02 01 The Burns & Allen Show Guest Al Jolson From a 12-CD Box Set: 'Kings Of Comedy Golden Age Of Radio' I acquired from my Great A…

1946 01 29 The Bob Hope Show The Life Of Frank Sinatra


Bob Hope


1946 01 29 The Bob Hope Show The Life Of Frank Sinatra Remastered much better quality than the versions on Youtube. From a 12-CD Box Set: 'K…

The Curse of the Reckaviles

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Walter S. Masterman


An English peer is found stabbed in his room with more than a hint of the supernatural playing a hand. This is only reinforced by the curse …

Space-Liner X-87

Read by Mark Nelson


Ray Cummings


The X-87 was a red shambles. It roared the starways, a renegade Venusian at the controls, a swaggering Martian plotting the space-course. An…

The Great Gatsby (version 4)

Read by Martin Reyto


F. Scott Fitzgerald


The Great Gatsby follows a cast of characters living in the fictional town of West Egg on prosperous Long Island in the summer of 1922. The …

A History of the Papacy from the Great Schism to the Sack of Rome, Volume II

Read by Pamela Nagami


Mandell Creighton


Mandell Creighton's history of the Papacy continues in Volume II with the condemnation in 1415 of Jan Hus by the Council of Constance and hi…

Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interview…

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Various


These volumes of slave narratives are the product of the Federal Writers Project sponsored by the Library of Congress and the Work Project A…

Complete Poems

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Anne Brontë


Anne Brontë was the youngest of the three famous literary sisters and is best known for her novel The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. She wrot…

The Syndic

Read by Ben Tucker


C. M. Kornbluth


There have been a thousand tales of future Utopias and possible civilizations. They have been ruled by benevolent dictatorships and pure dem…

History of the Norwegian People, Volume 2

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Knut Gjerset


A detailed and exhaustive history of the Norwegian People, written in two volumes. This second volume deals with Norwegian History from the …

History of Japan In Words of One Syllable

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Helen Ainslie Smith


A simplified history of the country of Japan, from ancient Prehistoric times to the late 19th century, written chiefly in words of one sylla…

Lives of Greek Statesmen

Read by Pamela Nagami


George William Cox


In the darkest days of the Persian War when the armies of Xerxes were overrunning northern Greece, Athens faced destruction. The desperate A…

World-Power and Evolution

Read by Leon Harvey


Ellsworth Huntington


Every important aspect of human knowledge must be considered in its relation to both space and time. In "Civilization and Climate"…

Under Six Flags: The Story of Texas

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M. E. M. Davis


A history of the of Texas from La Salle's Texas Settlement in 1685 to the dedication of the State Capitol building at Austin in 1888. - Summ…

Things Seen in Spain

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Catherine Gasquoine Hartley


Written in 1912, Hartley’s account of her travels in Spain discusses the fascinating country and its people. She dedicates a section to each…

Juggernaut of Space

Read by Mark Nelson


Ray Cummings


Never had the mind of man conceived so horrible a doom as was reaching for Earth. Never had a greater need for Earth's valiant champions bee…

Supernatural Horror in Literature

Read by Piotr Nater


H. P. Lovecraft


In this essay Lovecraft traces the history of hair-raising fictional stories with a focus on things that go bump in the night, starting with…

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