Radio: The Goldbergs at Princeton

Plump, placid, matronly Mrs. Gertrude Berg scarcely knew what to make of it. The august Princeton University Library wanted to salt away the scripts of her radio show The Goldbergs (TIME, June 23, 1941) as "one of the best serials now being broadcast." In Old Nassau's archives The Goldbergs will find themselves beside such other candidates-for-the-classics as the best of Norman Corwin's scripts, David Loth's Woodrow Wilson, F. van Wyck Mason's Stars on the Sea, etc.

For most of the last 14 years, Mrs. Berg, wife of a consultant on sugar technology and...

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