Joan Bennett Collection - With her first appearance in film at the age of six, Joan Bennett moved to Hollywood to star in 1929 Bulldog Drummond.
Story of Empire Country - Produced by the New York State Department of Health and the State Radio Bureau as a public health lesson disguised as a soap opera, The Story of Empire County covers topics such as public water fluoridation and chest x-rays to check for TB.
Rare Sports Recordings - From Baseball to Roller Derby to Football to Hockey, this collection includes rare sports old time radio collections.
State of the Union Addresses - (update) Officially a speech made from the US President to Congress; however, the advent of radio made the State of the Union a public speech heard by Americans everywhere.
Personal Album - some of the most popular actors and singers of the era appeared on AFRS free of charge and in some cases the only ones who would get to hear the AFRS shows were the troops because the recordings were not available to the general public.
Nick Carter Master Detective - (update) Look Smart, Patsy! Nick Carter gave old time radio detectives fans another deductive hero to tail. The half-hour unfolds as a straight, dramatic narrative, with clues littering the scenes, so that a plausible solution was possible for the alert listener.
Jackie Robinson Radio Shots - Baseball legend, Jackie Robinson takes to the airwaves to interview celebrities of the day and answer questions from listeners.