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COLLECTION Identifier: MS Thr 229

D. G. Bridson radio plays


Radio plays by American writer, radio broadcaster, and producer Douglas Geoffrey Birdson.


  • 1951-1955

Language of Materials

Collection materials are in English.

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on physical access to this material. Collection is open for research.


.16 linear feet (1 volume)

Includes typescript carbon copy of The quest of Gilgamesh, mimeographed typescript of The last Hellene. Also includes mimoegraphed typscript of Wyndham Lewis's radio script The human age, parts 1-3 produced by Bridson.

Biographical / Historical

Douglas Geoffrey Bridson (1910- 1980) was a writer, radio broadcaster, and producer.


Arranged alphabetically by author.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

69M-46. Presented by Mr. John Lincoln Sweeney, Intervane Corofin, County Clare, Ireland; received: 1970 January 8.

Bridson, D. G. D. G. Bridson radio plays, 1951-1955: Guide.
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