41 episodes

Archiver is a tour through the most important moments in history with host, Sam Zeff. Using archival tape, our show will pull you into the world of these events while explaining how they still affect us today.

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Archiver is a tour through the most important moments in history with host, Sam Zeff. Using archival tape, our show will pull you into the world of these events while explaining how they still affect us today.

    KMBC Women

    KMBC Women

    KMBC radio was headquartered atop the swanky Pickwick Hotel in downtown Kansas City. The Pickwick was the place to stay for men doing business with the city and county. It was a favorite of Harry Truman when he was Presiding Judge of Jackson County. And while there were probably plenty of deals made by men in smoke-filled rooms, at KMBC they were thinking about and celebrating, women.

    Brush Creek Follies

    Brush Creek Follies

    We kick off this season of Archiver on February 8th, 1941 at the Ivanhoe Temple in Kansas City.

    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: Lou

    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: Lou

    It's been more than a half century since the start of the Vietnam War. Vietnam changed American politics, changed the US military and most importantly changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans.

    In this special Archiver series, we meet four Kansans who fall into that category. Four people who fought the war, not with claymore mines and grit, but with bandages, medicine, and pure compassion.

    • 22 min
    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: Susan

    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: Susan

    It's been more than a half century since the start of the Vietnam War. Vietnam changed American politics, changed the US military and most importantly changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans.

    In this special Archiver series, we meet four Kansans who fall into that category. Four people who fought the war, not with claymore mines and grit, but with bandages, medicine, and pure compassion.

    • 21 min
    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: HC

    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: HC

    It's been more than a half century since the start of the Vietnam War. Vietnam changed American politics, changed the US military and most importantly changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans.

    In this special Archiver series, we meet four Kansans who fall into that category. Four people who fought the war, not with claymore mines and grit, but with bandages, medicine, and pure compassion.

    • 25 min
    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: Richard

    Kansas Voices Of The Vietnam War: Richard

    It's been more than a half century since the start of the Vietnam War. Vietnam changed American politics, changed the US military and most importantly changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans.

    In this special Archiver series, we meet four Kansans who fall into that category. Four people who fought the war, not with claymore mines and grit, but with bandages, medicine, and pure compassion.

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

Cape0027 ,

Archiver is excellent

Thanks to Sam Zeff, I've been amazed by how relevant Kansas history is to the whole of the US. I've been recommending Archiver to all my friends and tell them to get their kids to listen too. The Archiver podcast would be a great supplement for both middle school and high school teachers. Sam weaves archival audio clips into the episodes, which add dimension to each episode's subject. Plus, the diverse subjects of each Archiver episode will give students unique ideas for research papers and might even inspire them to produce their own researched, audio presentation.

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