The Ohio Story Radio Scripts

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The story of Captain Eddie Rickenbacker and his experiences at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The history of research conducted at the Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus that betters that life of every person.

The story of how Herbert Huffman of Marysville and the Kiwanis Club recruited 40 boys at the Columbus Broad Street Presbyterian Church in 1939 to become the internationally famous Columbus Boys' Choir.

The story of Alexander Graham Bell and the first telephone call ever made in Ohio in 1877. The first phone was located I in Cleveland at the offices of Messrs. Rhodes and Company, coal dealers.

Chief Tarhe (The Crane) met with General Harrison in Franklinton in 1813 to discuss his intentions after signing the Greenville Treaty.

The story of Captain Eddie Rickenbacker of Columbus and his time spent in a lifeboat.

The story of Oley Speaks of Canal Winchester and his musical career and compositions including the music to "Mandalay" and also his famous "Sylvia".

The story of how Herb Huffman, founder of Columbus Boys' Choir, worked with Richard Johnston (a music student from Oberlin College) and started a girls' version of the choir in 1949.

The history of the Gooding Amusement Company of Columbus, Ohio who operated amusements throughout Ohio as well as other states for over fifty years. Mr. Floyd Gooding is responsible for the company.
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