Heritage Over Land, a 12-part documentary series about the restoration of the South, was funded primarily by Alfred P. Sloan's foundation. Sloan was the CEO and President of the General Motors.
With Henry Cassidy as the correspondent, the show presented interviews of ordinary Americans from the South. They were asked to describe the impact of economic, social, and industrial revolution that was occurring in their area during the early part of the 20th century.
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 12 old time radio episodes:
|01.10.1954||a time to build|
|01.24.1954||the land is new|
|01.31.1954||the growth of the timber industry in the south|
|02.07.1954||pattern for tomorrow|
|02.14.1954||bounty of the sun|
|02.21.1954||forge for the future|
|02.28.1954||doorway to the future|
|03.07.1954||the power and the pride|
|03.14.1954||legacy of the centuries|
|03.21.1954||lesson for tomorrow|
|03.28.1954||time for beauty||
+ Program #11. "Time For Beauty". 1:00 P. M. A series about "the changes that have lately come to ...
|04.04.1954||the land is bright|
Other "Historical" Shows you may enjoy:
- Author meets the critics
- Radio newsreel
- Our secret weapon
- Martha Meade Society Program
- Voices and events of 1953