side 1: 1962-63? background recording at home: Snow talking with children, one named Shelly Dimond. Off air music. Party with Kashin Wheeler, John Willis, Lois Snow, and Marian [last name not given], at 67 Horatio Street, NY? side 2: Snow reading an article/speech about the relationship between China and USSR (practice presentation?) Problem with recorder? -- sound goes in and out. Radio speech on China with audience asking questions, undated
Scope and Contents
Edgar Snow used his recorder as a tool to facilitate and document his work. He would practice reading speeches, record broadcasts off the air, and record interviews and conversations. The following list includes recordings of such activities. Mixed into this list are tapes which in part also include recordings of family and friends.
- From the Collection: Snow, Edgar (1905-1972) (Creator, Person)
Language of Materials
English , Chinese , French .
Conditions Governing Access
Materials in this record group (series) are stored onsite and offsite. Items stored onsite require a minimum of 1 business day to retrieve them for use. Any items stored offsite will list a Location number and will require a minimum of 2 business days to retrieve them for use. Researchers interested in consulting any of the materials are advised to contact UMKC University Archives.
1 Reels : 1.875 ips/2 trk