Records documenting production of the popular 1930s radio program
Cheerio, from the show's creator, Charles Kellogg Field.
Charles Kellogg Field (1873-1948) was a member of Stanford University's pioneer class, graduating in 1895 with an A.B. in
English. Field wrote Four-leaved Clover: Being Stanford Rhymes in 1896 under the pen name Carolus Ager and wrote Stanford Stories in 1900 with author Will Irwin. He was a member of the Bohemian Club and literary circles during the early part of the century,
and wrote several Bohemian Grove plays between 1902 and 1918. In 1908 he became associate editor of the Sunset Magazine, and
worked for that magazine for several years. Field entered broadcasting in his sixties with the popular radio program Cheerio.
6 Linear Feet
: 8 boxes, 1 flat box
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