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to The American Radio Archives, one of the largest radio broadcasting collections in the world.  Here you will find thousands of scripts, recordings, photographs and much more.  Already outgrowing our current space, the American Radio Archives will nearly double with the addition of the collections owned by Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters.  Consequently, plans are being implemented for the 44,000 square foot American Radio Archives and Museum, which will provide the needed archival space, and also a museum area to display these marvelous materials.
 

Enjoy a brief visit back to the Golden Age of radio as we adjust the tuner to audio excerpts from some of the most popular shows of the 1930s and 40s.
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The new museum will be constructed contiguous to the recently expanded 84,000 square foot Thousand Oaks Grant R Brimhall Library, one of the most successful municipal libraries in the country.
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