Molly Saltman "Art and Artists" interviews, 1965-1966

Saltman, Molly, b. 1915
Radio interviewer
Active in Los Angeles, Calif.

Collection size: 94 sound tape reels (ca. 20 min. each) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 3-5 in.

Collection Summary: Interviews conducted by Saltman, and lectures by various speakers on various subjects, each approximately 20 minutes in length, for the "Art and Artists" series broadcast on radio station KPAL in Palm Springs, California, 1965-1966. Several of the interviews / lectures consist of more than one reel.

The 65 interviewees and lecturers include: Ralph Altman, Edward Biberman, Nicholas Brigante, Katherine Brugger, Walter C. Carlson, Edmund Carpenter, Lynn Cordner, Kenneth Donahue, Leonard Edmondson, Ekros, Claire Falkenstein, Lorser Feitelson, Max Finkelstein, James Gill, Gerald Gladstone, Richard Hamilton, Mrs. Dalzell Hatfield, Henry Hopkins, Dennis Hopper, Benjamin Horowitz, Mahendra K. Jain, R. K. Jain, Kelly James, Abbot Kaplan, Andre Karlson, Fred Katz, Roger Kuntz, Felix Landau, Jules Langsner, Jack Levine, Lawrence Lipton, Stephen Longstreet, Bart Lytton,

Robert Marko, Paul Maure, Stanton Macdonald-Wright, Gertrud Natzler, Otto Natzler, Joseph Nyiri, Harry Partch, Lily Pons, Vincent L. Price, Ernest Lloyd Raboff, Fanya Chocem (Sage), Atzie Schiff, Arthur Secunda, Art Seidenbaum, Austin Sellery, Vicci Sperry, Gloria Stuart, Henri Temianka, Harry Trimborn, Maurice Tuchman, Kenneth E. Tyler, Gordon Wagner, June Wayne, Albert W. Wein, Eileen M. Whitaker & Frederic Whitaker (transcribed, 7 p.), Charles W. White, Helen Wurdemann, Peter Yates, Colin Young, Joseph L. Young and Jerry Ziegengeist. Also included is an unknown speaker, lecturing on the topic "Early Western Artists."

Biographical/Historical Note: Radio talk show host; Los Angeles, Calif.

Donated by Molly Saltman, 1986.

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