Individual Author Record
Name: Paul Harvey AurandtPen Name: Paul Harvey Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: September 4, 1918 in Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Illinois ConnectionAurandt moved to Chicago in June 1944 and lived there until retiring to Arizona.
Biographical and Professional InformationAurandt, who went by the hame of Paul Harvey, was a Chicago radio broadcaster for the ABC Radio Networks and a newspaper columnist. His syndicated newspaper column was at one time carried in 300 newspapers. His ''News and Comment'' was broadcast on weekday mornings and mid-days, and at noon on Saturdays, as were his famous ''The Rest of the Story'' segments. Over his 57 years on national radio, his programs were carried by 1,200 radio stations, plus an additional 400 stations of American Forces Radio. At his peak, his listening audience was estimated at 25 million people a week. He was called ''the voice of Middle America'' and ''the voice of the Silent Majority''. "Paul Harvey was the most listened to man in the history of radio," said Bruce DuMont, president of the Museum of Broadcast Communications and host of the nationally syndicated ''Beyond the Beltway''. "There is no one who will ever come close to him."
- Remember These Things, Heritage Foundation, 1952Autumn of Liberty, Hanover House, 1954The Rest of the Story, Hanover House, 1956Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor, Word Books, 1975Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story, Doubleday, 1977More of Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story, William Morrow, 1980Destiny: From Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story, William Morrow, 1983You said it, Paul Harvey!, Paulynne, Inc, 1996
Selected Titles At Your Library
Paul Harvey's The rest of the story /
ISBN: 0385127685. OCLC Number: Doubleday,. Garden City, N.Y. :. 1977. ISBN 0385127585 LCCN 7775381.
More of Paul Harvey's The rest of the story /
ISBN: 0688036694. OCLC Number: W. Morrow,. New York :. 1980.
ISBN: 0688022057. OCLC Number: Morrow,. New York :. 1983. Stories/ Begins with the burial of John Scott Harrison. His body was stolen by grave robbrs. Whether the body snatcher5s knew it or not, the body they pulled belonged to the only man history remembers as the son of one U.S. president and the father of another!