Correspondence regarding Florida Institute of Continuing University Studies production of educational television program "Through the TV Tube," June 1964. Nancy Benda starred in elementary episode titled "Taxation without Representation."
Correspondence between Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies Assistant Dean William G. Mitchell and Nancy Benda thanking her for her performance on "Through the TV Tube," August 3, 1964. "Small honorarium enclosed"
Letter from dismayed parent Claire D. Jenna about the cancellation of educational children's television show "Miss Nancy's Store." "Please don't take Miss Nancy's Store off the air. Not only my four-year-old daughter Suzanne waches it regularly, my husband and I join her.... Legitimate, good TV show...
Letter from young "Miss Nancy's Store" fan Wanda Coles in reaction to series cancellation. "I watch Miss Nancy's Store, everyday. I like her program. Would you please keep her on the air, so children of my age and yonger can continue to be educated and intertained?"
Letter from group of siblings from Fourt Lauderdale, Mary Nell, Amy, Joe, Mike, Pat, Houle to producers on the cancellation of "Miss Nancy's Store." "We would feel sad if we couldn't watch it anymore."
Correspondence between William Galbreath Acting Production Coordinator of the Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies and educational television star Nancy Benda about production of "TV and the Classroom Teacher," October 1964.
Letter from a young "Miss Nancy's Store" fan Rozlyn Haruish in reaction to series cancellation. "I watch your program every evening on Channel 2 in Miami, and enjoy it very much. I do hope that it will be possible for you to remain on television, since my parents consider your program both entertain...
WFSU-TV promotional booklet about "Miss Nancy's Store," a television series for young children. Describes details about the show and includes program budget and justification of funding support for continuation of the program.
Letter from dismayed parent "Mrs. George Brant" about the cancellation of educational children's television show "Miss Nancy's Store." "For once, couldn't the viewer be considered and some other program be dropped and put the money into this feature that holds so many children's attention?" Newspape...
WFSU Florida State University Broadcasting Program Profiles Television and Radio Schedule for May and June 1963. Features information about educational television star Nancy Tribble Benda's television show, "Our Nation's Story."
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