Earl Freudenberg’s legacy spans over 50 years in broadcasting. He recently donated over 500 audio cassettes of radio interviews that need to be digitized. It will cost $3,500 for the entire collection to be transferred and made available online.

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The following are samples of five of his shows as recorded (Another programming may preempt some shows.) A very special thanks to Bradley Reeves at the Appalachian Media Archives for digitizing these broadcasts.

Danny Davis Interview 5/19/1987 (Side A)
Danny Davis Interview 5/19/1987 (Side B)
“Old Grocery Stores” 1989 (Side A)
“Old Grocery Stores” 1989 (Side B)
Marilyn Lloyd and Zack Wamp 10/14/1992 (Side A)
Marilyn Lloyd and Zack Wamp 10/14/1992 (Side B)
Hey Earl! 9/5/1999 (Side A)
Hey Earl! 9/5/1999 (Side B)
“Old Furniture Stores” 2000 (Side A)
“Old Furniture Stores” 2000 (Side B)

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