Read the full article at the Broadcasting Archives Blog!
On November 14, 2000, The New York Times broke the story of the discovery of a spectacular cache of early television history. . . Eleven miles from the collection’s new home at the Library of Congress, a small group of broadcast archivists at the University of Maryland were not so much giddy as they were nonplussed. This was because their facility, the Library of American Broadcasting (LAB), already housed a collection of scripts from YSOS and The Admiral Broadway Revue, many hand annotated.