12 pamphlets (1933-1946) by David Sarnoff, radio and television broadcasting pioneer, and at the time president of RCA and Chair of NBC. four are from the White House library, and two from Congressman Robert Luce. All are in wrappers, and all quite nice. They are all from the Library of Congress, with scant markings, though they do have a tiny "LC" perforated stamp on the title pages and a surplus/duplicate stamp on the rear wrapper. As it turns out, they seem to be pretty scarce, with many having listings of only two copies or so in WolrdCat/OCLC. $500
Network Broadcasting, 1938, 8x5", 39pp, white wrappers, from the White House Library;
Communications Control in War, printed by Army Industrial War College, 1933,10x6", 34pp, OCLC 2 copies, white wrappers, from the White House Library;
Broadcasting in the American Democracy, 1936, 17pp, OCLC 2 copies,white wrappers, from the White House Library;
Science and Society, 8x5", 1936, 18pp, OCLC 2 copies, white wrappers, from the White House Library;
Radio and Education, 1939, 8x5", 26pp, white wrappers, gift from Hon. Robert Luce;
Opportunities in Radio and Electronics for Returning Service Men, 1945, 7x5", 24pp, cream wrappers;
The American System of Broadcasting and its Function in the Preservation of Democracy, 1938, 7x5", 15pp, white wrappers, from the Hon. Robert Luce, with a small card stapled to to the front wrapper "with the compliments of David Sarnoff"
Science for Life or Death, 1945, 16pp, from the Bureau of the Budget, white wrappers;
Principles and Practices of Network Radio Broadcasting, testimony before the FCC, November 14, 1938 and May 17, 1939, RCA Institutes Technical Press, 10x6", 110pp, with the business card of Frank E. Mullen, VP, Advertising and Publicity, RCA, blue wrappers;
New Horizons of Industry, 7x5", 17pp, 1942, white wrappers, with the stapled business card of Horton H. Heath (Dept of Information, RCA);
Post-war Horizons, 1943, 7x5", 14pp, white wrappers;
Address by Mr. David Sarnoff, Drake Hotel, May 19, 1937, 23pp, 7x4", white wrappers.